The Expendables 3 says "hi".MovieBob said:
And those movies kind of prove his point. But, at the same time, the reason why those movies more or less work as well as it does in order to make a profit, it's really all about the nostalgia of seeing all of your favorite action heroes doing action hero-y things in an all-star action hero movie.Pyrian said:
You have an evil sense of humor!Pyrian said:
Its easy when the guy writing your Justice League movie calls She-Hulk "chunky" and "a giant, green porn star", and then goes on to say that he can't bring Matrian Manhunter into the film because only nerdy virgins know about him, and its such a dumb idea for a character, a detective, rly guise!1![footnote]Yes, because the Watchmen and Batman films, starring detective, were so fucking awful[/footnote].Gorfias said:DC has really got to step up its game. How can they be so much better at cartoons than Marvel, yet be choking so badly on the big screen?
MovieBob said:So. A few weeks back, HitFix's Drew McWeeny drew some professional flack for (seemingly) giving up a major, major, MAJOR spoiler about the (possible) fate of one of the key Avengers. (Seriously, think twice before you click that.) The spoiler in question mostly drew attention because of how it mirrors a major recent comics storyline focused on one specific character
Considering that he's the most prolific contributor to this site, I'd be inclined to cut him a little slack. Besides, the occasional grammar mistake is hardly the only thing sloppy about the Escapist. I've seen formatting errors on the homepage up for an entire day, numerous videos and podcasts with "I'll edit this part out later...", I've had the forum crash in my iOS browser, etc. Personally, I think the whole site needs a much stricter editorial voice and the backend needs to be rewritten from the ground up.Anachronism said:Ok, I hate to be That Guy - I really do - but Bob's sloppy editing is really starting to grate with me.