I guess you've never seen any horror movie ever...this jump scare is pretty generic
The point is that it isn't a horror movie, and horror movies have gotten incredibly lazy by just blaring loud noises and throwing something creepy-looking onto the screen suddenly.
This one's great because it goes completely against character for Bilbo from everything we've seen of him up until that point and it only reinforces what we know about the Ring as a dangerous artifact. The fact that you can scare an audience by reaffirming a plot point in an unexpected flash of screen time is what makes it good. There's not a single horror movie jump scare I can think of that is as effective at telling a story as this scene is.
Have you ever seen the American version of the ring?
Damn, Marxism debunked
just pointing out the hypocrisy
Save your time and don't click on this piece of trash. It's just a Conservative Letter-To-The-Editor shitpiece saying "UBI is stupid 'cuz Commies and Jesus".
Fuck OP for being a POS
Apparently I can't share an alternate viewpoint....looks like a liberal snowflake got triggered!
She really was. Not one person has a bad memory about her. The couple people left that have known her since she was 16-18 anyways. Married to my pap for 62 years, raised 4 kids by herself while my pap was driving truck to provide for his family. She never judged anyone by anything other than the kind of person they were at heart, and didn't judge a family member about anything. She took care of everyone, and anyone she could. She was my first friend, and I wish everyone could have a grandmother like her.
Wow, that's quite heartwarming. Everyone deserves a good grandmother.
Stupid article, how is a film like red sparrow an “event” movie? Also, Pacific Rim 2 and Ready player one haven’t even been released...but somehow the writer of this article knows that black panther will ultimately take away from their respective grosses.It’s certainly possible, but we should at least wait until those films come out.
Finally, should we really consider it “terrifying” that a culturally relevant, high quality, marvel superhero movie is making more than some mediocre video game adaptation that no one really cares about? It’s pretty obvious why black panther is doing so well...especially considering it’s going up against mostly mediocre/bad movies that aren’t connecting with audiences to the same extent of black panther.
More clickbait trash from Forbes.