|splatterbabble - 2010-05-08 |
As much as I love Dark Knight, I could have done without this. I couldn't make send of how this would have worked in any way other than how they actually did it, which was not with a wire. I'm okay with suspending my disbelief for a plot element, but not for action sequences, at least not unless everything is campy (ie. Troma).
Whereas I quite like hearing about the science involved. Giant piston? Fantastic! I love seeing how thing happen. The only thing is, that explains the plume of smoke from the bottom of the trailer that I previously didn't understand being there. It's like closure for me, though, and that is just me.
"I'm okay with suspending my disbelief for a plot element, but not for action sequences"
You caught us. Although it may have appeared that we were complaining about a particular incongruous (and poorly executed) stunt, we were secretly hating on all stunts ever done.
I didn't see the movie but I find it a bit odd that they apparently didn't edit out the smoke plume.
|memedumpster - 2010-05-08 |
If you get the chance to flip a semi in your movie, do it. Adds entertainment to an otherwise grossly overrated movie.
'On Golden Pond' could have used a truck flipping scene.
Comic book movies should stick to entertaining their primary market with kids movies and tv shows.
This movie was trying SO HARD to make some profound statement.
|happy_ending - 2010-05-08 |
Wait. Didn't you see the part where Henry Fonda flipped the boat over Katherine Hepburn's head? What movie was I watching then???
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