Wednesday, October 30, 2013

My Take on Knight's Theories

Knight posted a lot of theories about movies, what they could be or what they could have been.
Or is it?

The first one I'm going to talk about is his theory on the Justice League. The post is hidden somewhere in this blog, but it talked about linking a little known alien species called Tsaurons to Apokolips and adapting largely from Geoff Johns Justice League: Origin. I get this, differentiate them from the Chitauri by not making them hive minds. I liked this idea, but personally, I feel that the Justice League needs to be different. It cannot have Green Lantern, so replace him with an established character that the public likes: Green Arrow. Honestly, though, Justice League: Origin would have to be the best comic to adapt the film from, but with Justice League: War coming out I have only two better comics in mind: Identity Crisis and Throne of Atlantis.

Now, he and I both love Spider-Man 3. I posted before about how if it was released in 2012, it would have been met with much better reception, considering that The Avengers suffers from the same flaws as it does. He had one theory about Spider-Man 3 and that was to extend the series out, because with all the plot points 3 had, it could have led to three or four more films. I agree, but I would only have spread it out to two films, up to Spider-Man 4 if given the option. What I would have done, on the other hand, is eliminate either Sandman or Venom from the film, it makes for a better film.
Makes for a better film!

Thank you all for listening.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Hollywood's Lost Actors

A lot of these actors had a lot riding on them, now they are lost, quite lost in fact. Let's take a look:

Nick Stahl - If you had the opportunity to star alongside Arnold in a bound to be successful film that could really launch your career, how could you deny? By reading the script that is how. His performance was not especially bad, it was just downplayed by the fact that the movie was especially bad. I mean, as a child star the guy had fame... but as far as child star stories go, this one is really highlighting the stock. The most famous thing he has done since, Mirrors 2, a direct to dvd sequel to a horror. Shocking.
That's why you... oh forget it.

Barry Watson - Speaking of horror, here comes Barry Watson. The dude made a movie, Boogeyman, which as a child, scared me a lot more than it does now. The movie was produced by Sam Raimi, of Evil Dead fame, so it had a lot good going for it from the horror side. UnFortunately, Raimi was too busy with Spider-Man 2 to direct and the movie, though successful, was bad for Watson's career. He's done one movie since and it doesn't even have a Wikipedia page.
Add caption here you stupid son of a -

Sean William Scott - This one has probably the most tragic story, because he knew his career was failing. He had it all going for him, American Pie, Final Destination and I could go on. It's obvious the guy was greedy, he wanted money. I mean who signs on to The Dukes of Hazzard film? That is just stupid. The sad thing is, the guy thinks he still has it going for him.
I used to like this movie... then I watched it again.

Anthony Mackie - The worst part about this one is, he's not even lost, just forgotten. How many movies has Anthony Mackie been in that have been good? A lot. How many of them can the normal man remember watching? A lot. Which normal man knows it's been Mackie their watching. Few. The worst part about his career is the fact that he has it all, but none of it at the same time.
Not many know Mackie is in this film... along with most others he's in.


Tuesday, October 22, 2013

No Posts until Tuesday

Yeah, sorry, but because of some issues I will not be able to post until next Tuesday. I will post on Tru School Sports, however. Look out for that on Saturday.
In other news...

I'll just cover small portions of several different news today. The Wolverine got released in China and made a hell of a lot more money than it did. It will probably beat the X-2's box office gross, but in no way X3. Like Knight predicted, the film has got back the FoX-Men Credibility back and Days of Future Past will be a success.

I'm going to briefly talk about Ant-Man. Did Marvel just prepare their first box office bomb? I mean going up almost directly against Man of Steel II: World's Finest? I'll admit, it would have done okay against just Superman, but with Batman in the mix. This film's entire budget will be riding off of the guaran-damn-teed success of The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
That's the Avengers castle!

Also, to cover up my planned posts of the week:
* You'll like Muppets Most Wanted.
* Disneynature's Bears will be like every other documentary.
* Legend's of Oz will do good but be okay.
* 22 Jump Street Will be amazing.
* The Expendables 3 will suck.
Signed and delivered!


Saturday, October 19, 2013

Knight's Upcoming Videos

So, Knight has just given me his video plan which I will be sharing with you guys now.
And my friends are your friends...

I already told you guys that his next video is going to be a tribute to the Spider-Man Trilogy. It's about 50 % done. His next video will be his most ambitious ever, though, more ambitious than the Harry Potter one. It will be a tribute to all 90 years of Warner Bros.
What a classy skunk

Now, in the video that changed his video making style, Little Talks of Fights and Bad Nights, he covered a multitude of topics. Each one of those topics, except Call of Duty, will be covered in their own video. The Dark Knight Trilogy has already gotten theirs, Spider-Man is getting his, Uncharted 3 is coming soon, the Matrix will be getting one and to cap it off a remake of Little Talks of Fights and Bad Nights (which will not have Call of Duty in it).
Huh? Oh, yeah... toilet paper...

So, expect these videos:

* Spider-Man Trilogy Tribute
* Uncharted 3 Tribute
* The Matrix Tribute
I never knew he was Megatron...