Nothing to say about that, loved the rest of the movie but that line just makes me want to cringe out of existence.
Kinda ruined the whole thing if I gotta be honest.
Now downvote me into fucking oblivion.
Edit: just my opinion, obviously no shame towards those who loved the line! Love yall
Ok so obviously, I should give a reason for why I find it cringe, I apologize. I am really not a fan of the line itself but I mainly find it cringe cause of the context. I know it was iconic in the comics but I just think the movie really didn't make it justice. It could have been done A LOT better and it probably wouldn't have come out so cringe, but I still don't like the line itself.
Secondly both the title and the "ruined all the movie" were hyperboles to get my point through. I liked the movie, and obviously go fish up any one of the Sharknado movies and that shit is clearly way cringer.
Peace and love
Ps: also yes, now that you make me think about it, the "she's got help" line and the women power scenes were way cringier, in a much worse way
The first film in 3D… The first film with VFX… The first film with sound…
We’ve seen many films that had major accomplishments that changed the way people see film. What is a major achievement that hasn’t been done yet in a film that would have a major impact (like Star Wars in 1977)?
The best answer I could think of was a film shot in space (which Tom Cruise is trying to do!).
As many serious answers as possible, thanks :)
Cinema vocab help for American English teacher, thanks!
Holy shit how can Italian horror be so entertaining? Earlier I thought a good film has to be well made in the traditional sense like a great script, memorable performances, etc. but Italian horror movies like demons, suspiria, zombi 2 have none of those and are still so freaking addicting. Sometimes films have to be only about entertainment and Italian horror delivers on all aspects. The gore is very over the top, the set designs are so gorgeous and full of colour, the soundtracks transport you to a differerent world, with very unique storylines. Why isn't technicolor used these days? I am listening to demons soundtrack as I am writing this. Plus what are the other must watches in the Italian horror /giallo genre? I am planning on watching all of bava, fulci and argento.
There's just something about seeing a movie for the first time ever, especially on the big screen. I probably have many answers (and it will be hard to narrow down to just one) but I just saw Watchmen for the first time ever and I can't stop thinking about how amazing it would have been on the big screen.
I am currently wondering about visual aspects that make a cinema lens good. What is it that for example Arri lenses have that make them so expensive?
I know that there are certain technical aspects - a large aperture, minimal focus breathing, no aberrations etc. etc. All of that is pretty clear to me and I'm sure it plays a huge role in the price points of different lenses.
What interests me the most are the visual or aesthetic aspects of how a lens looks or even feels. I'm probably missing term here... ;)
I'd be grateful for some help in this matter, because google only returns all kinds of blogposts about how this lens or that lens is so "cinematic" and "perfect for your dslr" and what the "best lens for 2021" is. I'm rather sick of it.
Thanks a lot and if I was too vague I'd love to explain further :)