Imagine this, Doctor Strange and Iron Man are on planet Titan. The two titans stare at each other on the planet Titan as rain assaults the ground. Lightning erupts the darkened sky and Iron Man utilizes his x-ray vision on his suit and sees through Doctor Strange's identity. "Doctor Stephen Strange? I'm actually impressed" Tony quips.
Doctor Strange seems uncomfortable, to which Tony notices and says "what? You thought a kino cape can deceive the world's greatest detective?" To which meta Doctors Stranger notices something familiar, he was a detective too. A Holmes detective. Like Tony! And then Dr. Strangest goes "will no shit Elementary! Its Holmes my dear Sherlock!"
The sad thing is I wrote this in 20 minutes
So I went to go see Avengers: Infinity War over the weekend and I saw it in regular digital cinema in one of the biggest auditoriums they had. Before the movie started, one of the previews was to promote the "cinemark XD experience" and it utilized the current sound system to show how loud it could be. And I thought to myself "dang this theatre can get pretty loud with just that preview" but then when the actual movie started it was pretty quiet and I thought it would get louder with the action sequences but it never did. I was so confused because even the XD preview was louder than the actual movie. I never remembered standard movies being this quiet, I remember I saw The Avengers (2012) in the SAME auditorium and it was LOUD. So now it leaves me with the question, are movie theaters purposely making movies quieter so more people can be influenced in paying extra to see it in XD, or am I just crazy?
Some of the best scenes in movies is having two or more characters rip each other apart verbally in an argument. If these scenes are done right, it can cause a suspenseful atmosphere with great tension. A few of my favorite argument scenes are
The scene from Reservoir Dogs when Nice Guy, Mr. Pink, and Mr. White are arguing if there is a setup or not
These are just some of my personal favorites and I know there are tons more, please share some of your favorites arguments! Old or new!
Hello so I'm having trouble finding a place to set my dock. If I put it in front of my tv on my dresser it cuts off my tv display because the Switch dock is so tall and wide. I've had people tell me to put the dock behind my tv but I'm scared that the switch won't get much ventilation and overheat. Is this true? I live in a small apartment in a tiny room and I don't have enough room to buy a small stand to put it in next to the tv. Any advice will help thank you!!
This is a tough one for me, and I'm not just talking about recent Oscar Best Picture winners here. In 25 years I think I have a general idea of what someone might call a "classic" such as your obvious Christopher Nolan films and a Denis Villeneuve film here or there, but what about like a cult classic? Or a film that did pretty well, but did not receive as much attention as we hoped. People will take notice of it when it gets labeled as a classic. I like to think of Whiplash being a great classic, in my experience people see Damien Chazelle's La La Land as a overrated oscar bait, but nobody likes to bring up how great Whiplash is or people have just stopped talking about it. I feel in those 20 years people will go like "man we wasted all that time bashing La La Land when we had a perfect film like Whiplash right there". Another I think of as a cult classic will be Only God Forgives. Oh man was this film bad, but I just love it so much. I feel within the coming years it might be seen as Fight Club esque movie you know? Well, those are just some of my thoughts, I'm curious to hear yours!
I've browsed this subreddit for a while now and I don't see much postings about this film. I absolutely love this movie and as I said is my favorite movie of all time. This movie actually inspired me to start writing screenplays. I know its not a perfect film but I appreciate it for its legacy theme and its originality. I haven't come across a movie that resembles this at all, or I might just be naive. I just love how all three acts are different but connect in the end. Seriously, if you have not seen it, definitely watch it. I just want to talk to more people about it!