I remember seeing it in theaters. I actually did a back-to-back showing: Scott Pilgrim vs the World, followed right up with Expendables 1.I mean, 1 was a fun popcorn flick. I didn't bother with any of the sequels.
"They'll die when they're dead"The Expendables 4
Because sure, why not. Can't be any worse than the last three.
I saw 3 before I saw the other two, and I don't think watching them out of order made an ounce of difference to me. They're dumb spectacle with very little to recommend them.Does this mean I need to see 1-3?
I'll defend Megan Fox's acting ability to my death bed. Her bad acting was mostly the result of bad writing in bad movies, and from a young age she was exploited by the likes of Michael Bay, but if you watch her in a movie she actually cares about, like Jennifer's Body, she's greatI'm pretty sure the Expendables movies are just an excuse to bring nineties and naughties action stars together to do some action. Possibly while making jokes about how they're old. The storyline is just an excuse for the action.
Though I've never seen an Expendables movie so I don't know for sure.
Also damn Megan Fox has still got it. Plastic as hell, terrible actress, but when she wants to smolder, she smolders.
Also see her stint on the great sitcom New Girl for more proof she can be a good actor.I'll defend Megan Fox's acting ability to my death bed. Her bad acting was mostly the result of bad writing in bad movies, and from a young age she was exploited by the likes of Michael Bay, but if you watch her in a movie she actually cares about, like Jennifer's Body, she's great
I'm pretty sure the animation department and the live action department are entirely separate with their own leaders. One of the reasons Into the Spider-Verse was such a success is because Sony as a whole doesn't really care about animation and so allowed Lord and Miller to just, do whatever. Whereas the live action sector is driven entirely by marketing guys and empty suits.Sony could have easily capitalized on the Spider-Verse craze instead of pushing to make this. They could have done some straight-to-video stuff like a one-off animated movie for Spider-Man Noir or a short Spider-Ham series. And they would have cost a fraction of what this cost.
Kraven...kiiiiinda went off the deep end in the comics, so the violence isn't out of character for the character. Maybe for Sony, though. But this IS the studio behind Fixed.isn't this a little overly-graphically violent compared to the rest of the Sony Spidey-verse?