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Frank 11 month s ago
Cumberbatch never played House. Hugh Laurie did.
       
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Regina 11 month s ago
Frank,
Frank, if you paid better attention, he was referring to the "sarcastic genius" role that Cumberbatch plays in every freaking movie he's in. Same worn out premise that Laurie does.
       
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Lias 11 month s ago
Breaking the fourth wall always pisses me off. The Dead Don't Die would otherwise have been great...
       
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Greg 11 month s ago
...in the 90's you told people about the one bad movie you came across. In 2020, you tell them about the one good show you came upon.
       
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Prudence 11 month s ago
Greg,

...Did you not see many movies in the 90s?

Yeah there are more bad ones now, but don't let nostalgia shade your memories of just so, so much awful garbage.

Swene

The heroes are whoever the target demographics are. The film makers are just trying to tick as many boxes as possible to maximize profits.
       
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Frieda 11 month s ago
#9 - With all that hair did anyone really need a hat?
       
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Roberta 11 month s ago
these are just whiners. like this is such sh#t but then like Big Bang Theory.
       
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Swene 11 month s ago
The thing that ruins most of the movies today is that they are not the pure entertainment that they once were, but instead that they must convey political or social messages of some woke kind. That and the usual male hero is either a [email protected]#k up as a husband/father or both & it's the wise all knowing children who must guide them towards redemption. Every single teen has special powers flick ever made.
       
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ZombieDarwin 11 month s ago
#17 ??? But, the aliens weren't from Earth, they were from outer space. And, in case you didn't notice it, America was shooting at the aliens, and nothing happened. Just like what you protest against??? And Willy (as you put it) knocked out an alien that had just crash landed and was barely conscious.

Gawd, I hate idiots.
       
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Lonny 11 month s ago
ZombieDarwin, I think that part of the complaint was the use of words like "erf" instead of earth. You know, like 'baffroom' or 'I'll go wif you' and the like! Just as most black people speak, sometimes even the highly educated people.
       
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Matthias 11 month s ago
SEARS and IHOP in the superman movie. I was so blatant and annoying.
       
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Vallie 11 month s ago
#13
In the eighties this was the rule. In Every movie with: Stallone, Charles Bronson, Steven Seagal, Van Damme and others.
       
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Vallie 11 month s ago
#18 it is a classic until nowadays. Harry Potter is a good example. A God damn villain that spends 8 films to dye like a morrow.

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Transformers series are the worst merchandising ...
       
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Essie 11 month s ago
What about when all high schooler's in movies are play by people 25+
       
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"The whole "america good, russia/middle east/any other [email protected]#king (insert noun here) bad" trope. It's such a tired and obnoxious ego stroke. Case in point... Independence Day. People are shooting at the aliens with all sorts of guns and they don't even flinch... Willy punches one wearing a full space suit and somehow knocks it out cold?! Then says "welcome to erf!" Ugh... cringed so hard it hurt."

 

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