Congratulations, that might be the DUMBEST thing Michael Moore has ever said.
Do you need a hug? You seem agitated today.Well, you don't have words because you spend too much time ginning up your outrage over bullshit.
I'm about as Lefty/progressive, as you can be. But shrieking, teeth gnashing, hair pulling people that decry how 'THIS IS AWEFUL' , and don't do anything . Especially when they don't have a good argument, It gets tiresome.
I had to look up when this was released. Because original flavor Star Wars Mark Hamill? But early 90's, 40-something Hamill? Maybe less so.Body Bags: Anthology .... only real downside: a sex scene between Mark Hamill and Twiggy that showed Mark's whole ass and left nothing to the imagination. Now that was horror.
They didn't actually use de-aging. They had an actor playing young will Smith and mocapped him to replace him with a cgi fresh prince.I saw Gemini Man. To sum it up in one word... meh. It borrowed so many elements from other, better thrillers. The de-aging tech put Will Smith's younger self squarely in Uncanny Valley.
Candyman is in my top 3 Horror movies of all time. It's criminally underrated and it's horror is routed in urban decay and violence, which is something a lot of horror just passes over. I've got high hopes for the Jordan Peele remake.A double feature of the free on Youtube "Trick or Treat" which was a fun litttle rock and roll horror movie, and for the first time "Candyman" which was...SUUUUUUUUUUUUPER chilling like hot DAMN!
I enjoyed venom a lot, almost as much as Eddie Brock enjoyed making out with the symbioteVenom
As long as you approach it like you would a made-for-TV (and I mean CW-grade) movie, it's goofy stupid fun. I like that it obviously doesn't take itself seriously, and yeah, it's not gonna win any oscars, but I enjoyed it way more than I did many of the "real" MCU movies like Ultron or Iron Man 3. I can see why it's getting a sequel, and I'll probably watch it.