I think having hundreds of millions at stake is a strong incentive to use creative marketing techniques. I certainly noticed many positive reviews were very similar, even identical.
Falling Down (1993).
Which movie do you think is better and why?
It has to be Shrek. (A)
Recycling concepts, movies, songs, etc.. Has been done forever. It is nothing personal against Mel, just the way things go. He has done just as much behind the camera as he is in front of it. Just how things work.
Personally, I'm conflicted. On one hand, I think a company like Disney could do a lot with Fox's franchises like Avatar and Alien, and I'm definitely hyped to see the X-Men/The Fantastic Four in the MCU. On the other hand, the thought of 1 company having this much unrivaled control over the...
1. Demolition Man (1993)
2. Twister (1996)
3. Tremors (1990)
4. The Rock (1996)
5. Enemy Of The State (1998)
6. Dante's Peak (1997)
7. Black Dog (1998)
8. Armageddon (1998)
9. Independence Day (1996)
10. Terminator 2 (1991)
11. Disturbing Behavior (1998) - Try to find the extended cut.
12. From Dusk Till Dawn...
The Dark Knight
The Shawshank Redemption
Steve Mcqueen was only 50. He had a lot of great movies left in him.
Stephen Boyd was only 45 when he died. Ditto for him - he had 20 years of great roles in movies left for him.
But Heath Ledger was only 28 - he would have done great work for at least 30 more years. HL gets my vote.
Clearly one reason for a low audience score is that many people are turned off by Brie Larson's SJW rants and using film to for such politically driven purposes. Rotten Tomatoes claims that people being influenced by this, rather than just the quality of the film constitutes trolling and such scores should be...
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes