Hardly brain straining to think about that one. More like "hey no causality at all, cause we rebooted the timeline". It's almost as bad as the "and then I woke up, and it was all a dream". Terminator has time-mobius-strip going on...Laughing Man said:Cough cough, the new Star Trek Movie, cough cough.
To sum up: The Japanese Bomb an American Love Triangle.Sipher107 said:Whats wrong with Pearl Harbor?....I liked it.
This is a fair point. Permit me to answer as best I am able.ThisNewGuy said:Moviebob, just a friendly suggestion:
maybe review the movie for the movie. Please stop prejudicing a movie by its cast. I mean, it's ok to say that this movie has bad acting or scripting or w/e, but starting a review by prejudicing a movie to be bad because of other movies is like saying "Why let David Jaffe direct God of War, when he's made games like Micky Mania?"
Get it? Just because a director has made a game that you didn't enjoy, doesn't mean that this particular movie will suffer for it.
I'd completely agree with this, actually. The sound quality in the current format really isn't very good; Bob's voice sounds really tinny, and it sounds like the videos are made with a very cheap microphone. For whatever reason, the Oscar show didn't have that problem. Secondly, the current format makes it seem like he's simply trying to be a Yahtzee for films. I realise that's basically what he is (although he doesn't rant quite as much) but he could at least disguise it a bit better.mulletmanalive said:Return to the on screen format you used with the Oscars thing. Your facial expressions and gesticulations gave your words weight. At present, I'm remaining convinced that i'm justified in looking forward to this movie but i'm wondering about the comments coming from someone who's screen video presentation lacks punch to the point where there is a definate hint of irony in you criticising Micheal Bay.
Yep, the film industry runs very closely to the music industry in terms of content control. If you got a big label you loose all of your originality. That isn't even a music nerd lashing out, no it's fact.PedroSteckecilo said:I'm pretty sure the movies writiers have very LITTLE control over how the final product turns out, they are SO ***** smacked around by the Directors/Producers that I'm pretty sure they just write what people tell them to.