I liked Wonder Woman a lot.
Sorry for asking but, your mention of Merc makes me really wonder.
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We saw the WW onboard a couple weeks back. It was not clear if the main character was overly naïve and/or had mental issues. At least there was some personality other than the usual boring superhero stuff. I watched the entire movie, which is more than I have for the vast majority of that genre.
I really enjoyed Atomic Blonde. The style of cinematography was interesting with respect to the length of uncut scenes. The fighting was also a more-interesting pace given how it seemed like it could be plausibly more realistic when compared to many other movies with hand to hand combat scenes.
Yep, that scene definitely stood out as being :cooler:The scene just after the first heist when Baby is going to get coffee.
I also really enjoyed Baby Driver. I like what Edgar Wright does with the film. This film also has several scenes that are long and uncut which I really appreciate. Even more-so with this movie because they integrate all the audio cues in with a long scene makes me think this took a decent amount of rehearsal. The scene just after the first heist when Baby is going to get coffee. I also love that at the very opening of the film with the Sony logo they started the audio integration with regards to his condition.
Maybe I missed something, but I'm pretty sure Leia didn't die in TLJ, so I'm not exactly sure why Carrie Fisher's death affected your enjoyment of the movie.Just saw the new Jedi Star Wars movie not bad I enjoyed it except for Carrie Fisher died
Well, they haven't released a Black Panther movie yet, so maybe you're not as far behind as your feared....I haven't seen Black Panther Marvel movies I'm always interested in
Deepwater Horizon was quite the LFE fest. The subs were getting a prolific workout. I can't think of another movie with such an extended sequence of predominant and near continuous Low Frequency Effects.
The movie was pretty good too.
Yes, I was watching the Blu-ray at home with my dual 21" subs with 4kW behind them that are dialed in just right. Watching this in a typical commercial theater would have been a travesty (in terms of LFE).Were you watching at home? Low frequency makes me sick. Somehow the body absorbs the sound to the intestines.
Yes, I was watching the Blu-ray at home with my dual 21" subs with 4kW behind them that are dialed in just right. Watching this in a typical commercial theater would have been a travesty (in terms of LFE).
Bass makes you sick? :scratch: Bummer...