did The Lego Movie really "shatter expectations" and all that? like a lot of people are saying how because of the Lego movie they'll never judge a movie by its trailer again or discount movies that look like cash grabs. I was under the impression everyone knew it was going to be great from the first trailer
Yo I heard The Matrix "reboot" will be more of an anthology kinda thing, not an actual reboot. It'd still take place in the same continuity. I was kinda worried if they might retcon all the stuff established in 2 and 3. On the other hand, all that stuff informed The Animatrix and all of the games and other stuff, so I don't know if they could've ever taken it out anyway. But overall I have gone from being worried to
one trope I am really tired of is the incompetent psychiatrist. like seriously you expect me to believe that a doctor can't tell when the psychopath is lying to him? when they've been working with the patient for years? when even the audience can tell? or they disregard basic safety protocol
Is there a reason the prequels had to stop where they did. Only reason I can think is the actors were so young there had to be a big time gap. And if Luke and Leia got older there'd have to be a recasting
But nice that Rogue One came out 11 years later so Jimmy Smits aged up at least
is there anything that you don't like, but you're still happy to find that other people like? I think Legend of Korra is a lot like that for me. I mean you know all my criticisms of it later on but whenever someone is like "I love that show! It's so great" I am really happy about it. Maybe just because it tried so hard
Do you feel like the "The enemy cannot push a button if you disable his hand" is kinda the same as "Look into my eye"? like what the heck? they were both responses to smartass comments that make no sense. Zim's is kinda related at least but still not really an appropriate or meaningful asnwer lol
Maria Pitillo (born January 8, 1966) is a former American actress who has starred in film and on TV, most notably as Audrey Timmonds in Godzilla (1998), a role which garnered her a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress. She also had a recurring role on the TV series Providence.