Then I remembered that Bob's definition of "great" is more broad than Yatzee's. To Yatzee, a "great" game comes out once every couple of years. To Bob, "great" is equivalent to Yatzee's definition of "good". Therefore, this movie is like Dead Space 2, though some aesthetics differ (as in Dead Space throws monsters at you instead of sneaking them into proximity).MovieBob said:The first great movie of 2012.
Then it's their problem, not yours. You should have the right to watch all the credits if you want, even if there's nothing after the credits.CrystalShadow said:Ah... To stay through the credits...
The thing that always seems to annoy the cinema staff around here.
They don't say so, but you can feel their presence as they get annoyed because they're not allowed to clean up until the last person has left...
Being that last person is always an awkward feeling.
Skyrim has probably soured more peoples' opinions of Wolves and Bears than any movie could ever dolittlewisp said:The premise is okay, I guess, but whenever wolves and bears go up on the target list so there's more prey animals for the lucrative hunting licenses, or because their prey animals are down so they look for other prey (ie, pets and occasionally humans), and how hollywood seems to see them as some sort of monster over an animal trying to survive and then a movie comes out about them, showing them in a negative light and possibly warping voter input because people just can't seem to do their own damn research about how these animals really act. . .
Yeah, it yanks my chain.
Yeah I thought that was kind of stupid too, after seeing that I promised myself I wouldn't pay to rent or go see this film.Matt King said:did... he tie blades to his hands then charge at a wolf?
I'm surprised that's actually an issue to some people. It's like saying you don't like unicorns because horses aren't supposed to have horns. Or that you didn't like the Lion king because animals aren't supposed to talk. Sometimes you gotta play around a bit for the sake of suspense and personally i think wolves do it just fine, because as wild animals go wolves are pretty intimidating.Rabidkitten said:Wolves don't attack humans btw. Like ever, I think there are almost no recorded incidents of wild wolves attacking a human. Dogs while actually just wolves, are prone to attacking humans but in reality they often feel cornered, mistreated, and scared. Something that doesn't often happen while your a big wolf out in the middle of the vast wilds. Wolves are terrified of humans, and will generally avoid them at all cost.