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  1. Rampage Trailer

    I'm just annoyed it isn't coming out the same time as a new game.
  2. Gadot as Wonder Woman was originally a three movie deal: https://batman-news.com/2014/01/22/gal-gadot-signed-3-movie-deal-wonder-woman-video/ Presumably: Batman v Superman Wonder Woman Justice League But @TheRealSmallville's link says she was locked in for Wonder Woman 2 already, so
  3. Justice League Reactions and Reviews

    Yea, none of those are people whose early opinions I would trust on this movie. Terri Schwartz, the apologist who has been writing DCEU hype articles for IGN since BvS released? And Brandon "I just got a set visit and now I am ungodly hyped for Justice League" Davis? Forgive me if I need significantly better and more independent sources.
  4. Sounds great to me. Glad they're being smarted about this than Trek was. A new trilogy, separate from the Skywalkers, where they won't be fucking up everything that came before it (original extended Universe getting thrown in the trash, notwithstanding).
  5. No sophomore slump here. Best show on television. Actors are all up to the game. Directing is on point. New cast members are well selected. There was so much hype, and I can't think of complaint.
  6. The Deuce... Is Anyone Watching?

    I'm waiting for the season to wrap. Enjoyed the pilot, but I know I'll want to settle in and enjoy the characters in a continuous run.
  7. THOR: Ragnarok - RT Watch [ Spoilers ]

    The trailers have so much color and lie to them, and they are letting helmsworth play up his charm. Not to mention the director, Taika Waititi, gave us What We Do in the Shadows. I'm not surprised, so much as I am relieved he can make a big budget production.
  8. THOR: Ragnarok - RT Watch [ Spoilers ]

    Thor is my favorite Marvel character in the films. Definitely looking forward to this.
  9. Solo: A Star Wars Story

    It's in the same category as Joker's origin story for me. Something just shouldn't be explained when the mystery is part of the character's appeal.
  10. It doesn't end badly, just takes a couple missteps. It's still very much worth a watch and I am looking forward to another season.
  11. Stranger Things 2 trailer

    Not watching any more trailers past the thriller one. Two more weeks!
  12. Well, they didn't stick the landing. Fincher directed the last 2 episodes for those curious about his involvement level, so they are well made, but they suddenly ask the audience to get invested in a plot line that isn't compelling. The characters sort of drop the depth and nuance and come into conflict for the sake of conflict. It's like they didn't know how to get a dramatic ending or at least didn't earn the one they got. I can see what they were going for, I think, but it missed. I also think they sent mixed messages with the Kansas plotline. I think I know what they set out to accomplish, but they didn't stick with it enough, and at the end suddenly started blending other things into its space and shifted what I thought they were trying to do. I don't know, before I spoil the discussion on that I would like to hear thoughts from someone else on what they were up to with it. That's all ok, we still greatly enjoyed it and think this is among the top properties Netflix has going forward, but the last couple episodes left us wanting for more.
  13. The killers in this show are real people. If you've seen the second episode, compare the actor (and the writing) to the real guy: