He is a weak pansy. I think Juggernaut looks like total shit. I had hopes until I saw the preview. I've also heard it was weak from people who have seen it. Big surprise when they get the guy who did Rush Hour to direct.Entropy said:My only complain about the Xmen movies is that they turned Cyclops in to a weak pansy.
Yeah, It's apparently quite common for potential movies to go through more than 3 different major script changes, wouldn't be surprised if there was more.dwarfkicker said:They've got two scripts for the Wolverine movie. They are working on a third. They'll pick the best one, pick the director, and get started. I think they want to get started by the end of the year.
Funny, I saw X2 on TV right after I saw it, and man, what a difference on the side by side comparison. It's really the little things like some basic human conversation dialogue that make a difference and add a little depth (and Brian Cox carries the whole movie, just grounds it in reality). Also, the Phoenix angle was totally different in 2 (remember the actual Phoenix at the end? where'd that go?), too bad they didn't wait for Singer and vice versa, he had gotten into a groove with the series with 2 and seemed to have good handle on it.Sparnage said:I saw it tonight, it wasn't too bad, I was expecting it to be worse on account of all all the bad reviews i kept hearing, but it was OK. I agree with alot of people that they tried way too hard in putting too much into it, by the end it didn't really have a solid narrative at all. No need to state the obvious, but yeah definitely doesn't live up to the other two.
Not exactly, I still think he didn't do a very good job and it's a dissapointment, relatively; it happens to contain like 7 top tier actors though so it still feels as if it should be good. But think about this, it stars Anthony Hopkins, Edward Norton, Ralph Fiennes (badly miscast), Harvey Keitel, Emily Watson, Philip Seymour Hoffman, AND Bill Duke! For having that kind of star power and acting chops and a good story, was it really up to par? And if you subtract all those actors, what are you left with? Probably not much, since Manhunter is still arguably the better movie (Brian Cox again =). Even Norton felt like a letdown, kinda like Hugh Jackman in X3; Ratner must inspire performances like George Lucas. Anyway, while it may not be a bad flick, I still think Ratner did as little with it as possible, perhaps so as not to totally botch it (still, on the flip side, Silence of the Lambs swept the Academy Awards). It's like, no matter how fine the ingredients, the guy just can't cook.Sparnage said:I expected a bit better from the directer who made Red Dragon, then again he did the Rush Hour movies as well, so such a fantastic movie must've been a bit of a fluke.