Archive for complaints

I’m Not Done with Suicide Squad

Posted in Reviews!, Videos! with tags , , , , , , on 08/10/2016 by McCutcheon

Though they should have been taking out despotic rulers guarded by super assassins, the #Sqwad spent their time accidentally meeting up with the Joker for a few minutes and going to the Enchantress light show. Maybe next time?

Haters!

Posted in Whatever with tags , , , , on 09/27/2012 by McCutcheon

Don’t be fooled by the title and the Judge Dredd picture, I’m not going to defend that movie.

Alright, so, I’m constantly posting articles pertaining to Hollywood and their fascination with gimmicks. Among those gimmicks include high-budgets, bad stories, and ruined adaptions of beloved franchises. I’d like to think that my input is overall positive as well as constructive. Articles like American Movies Could Learn a Thing or Two from Anime, Just Let it Happen, Foxand the most popular of them all, Freaking Comic Book Movies were all meant to be more than just entertaining, but also call to light the annoyance of our favored properties being ruined and everybody just being cool with that.

I like to think that we’re all in this together, as viewers and as nerds, and that we could recognize a good thing and condemn a bad one.

But then some crap happened. Continue reading

Freaking Comic Book Movies

Posted in Whatever with tags , , , , , , , , on 05/21/2012 by McCutcheon

Just…no.

There are a lot of comic book movies these days. That’s pretty obvious, yes, but there are even more than some people probably realize because a lot of them aren’t superheroes. 2010’s Red, AMC’s Walking Dead, the ultimate display in mediocrity with Cowboys & Aliens. There’s just a nonstop flow of them and if you couldn’t tell, it probably won’t stop till Armageddon.

For good reason too, because they make a crap-ton of money. Avengers has crossed the billion dollar mark, along with all its counterpart films making well over their budget as well. Amazing Spider-man is also sure to do some pretty good business even with the exhausted sigh of many fans who are still reeling from 2007’s third installment which seemed to ruin the series’ name in the long run. Continue reading