Big bird is a juvenile kaiju.
I have heard it’s visually impressive, but moves further from having a narrative and developed characters and more toward a somewhat empty spectacle where the actors are props to hold up what’s happening on screen.
Inception was juuuuust bordering on this. The characters had enough implied development to connect with. The more time goes on and the bigger his budget he gets it seems he’s more interested in his oblique Story than he is in human characters.
I picked up Tenet cheap on Blu-Ray, but have yet to watch it.
It’s a non alcoholic beer, so anyone could’ve drink it, but if you’re younger you probably wouldn’t want to.
On the other hand though, s and t are next to each other in the alphabet. Coincidence?
Yes, well. It’s my dumb reaction to deliberately mix up the start of words as lazy humour (so Spider-Man on its own would become Mider-Span, for example), and I did pump the brakes on it when I realised.
My gut reaction was to make another superhero portmanteau name from Spider-Man and Black Panther, but going the other way.
Dunno if should, after sounding it out in my head.
It’s not a terribly uncommon sentiment, and neither is that kind of halting yell.
I don’t know if you understand what the word “list” means.
Oh man, do you mean that Ulik the troll is getting his own series too? That’d be awesome - Marvel has doing pretty well with lesser known characters, so I’m pumped to see what they can do with an A-lister like Ulik.
I mean, to an extent I get it. Marvel wants to expand the MCU and a good way to do that is to introduce obscure characters like Loki, because they’re a blank canvas to develop however they want with no preconceptions on the part of the audience.
I just wish they’d develop characters already introduced first, ya know? There are plenty that could do with a lot more exploration of their motivations, or have their story developed further. Like that iron man guy - sure he had a couple of movies but then what? It felt like there was a lot more growth for him, so it’s sad to see the character abandoned without any sort of definitive ending.
Also to point out claiming that you are right because you are a SW fan while everyone else is wrong because they are Marvel fans is flat out saying that your opinion carries more weight because of that qualification.
It’s also a weird flex when you turn around and reveal that no one on the SW discussion board agrees with you either?
That is an extremely literal interpretation of one piece of dialogue.
Also, and this is a crazy concept for someone with a username and icon from a DC character posting about Star Wars in a Marvel discussion board, but people are capable of being fans of more than one thing.
Uh huh, must’ve all been pretty background. What’s next? That guy with one eye in the Thor movies gets his own series?
News to me, but it’s Marvel’s decision if they want to pick a character at random and give them their own series.
First I’m hearing of this - I’m honestly surprised that such an obscure character is getting his own series.
Lol Anakin and Vader are different people? I guess that’s based on the well known and widely accepted legal defence of “it wasn’t me, you honour, it was another guy in my body.”
Anakin was always volatile - was it a different person in his body when he killed raider children?
Then doubled down on inanely posting about obvious facts.
Quit trolling and post as your genuine personality and perhaps we can get along.