Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by airik625, Feb 27, 2017.
It’s like a two hour SNL skit. How was this two hours? My god. The musical choices too.
Just finished this. This movie is absolutely not anywhere the level of The Room, what a insane thing to say.
A serious take for anyone who is on the fence about seeing this: The movie is pretty good, not great. The world is fleshed out and seems lived in. The relationship between Smith and Edgerton was good and their banter felt real and not forced. Both did a good job. The ending felt corny and fell flat, which sucked because the rest of the movie had good pace, well done action and a few tense moments. Worth a one time watch.
This is so fucking bad it should end multiple careers.
The only good thing I can say about this movie is the Portugal the Man song on the soundtrack is pretty good
Thanks for the next good bad movie, Netflix
Really enjoy all the fake user reviews on IMDB praising this
How does Will Smith make this but not Django Unchained?
I've been waiting for something to end Max's career, and that's before I knew he was a predator instead of just an arrogant, overrated prick. But, he just keeps gosh darn going.
Did you know that he was recently developing a Pepe Le Pew film script? Yeah...
Content warning: assault, victim blame
Seriously, freaking screw this guy. Who knew I could hate him this much more? Making fun of him isn't even funny to me anymore; it just sickens me.
This just makes his already gross obsession with Lexi Alexander blocking him even grosser in retrospect.
This reads like a Lonely Island song
I want that to be real so bad
Agreed to everything you said. Comparing this to something like the room is completely ridiculous.
This is well acted, the action is coherent, film is mostly well shot, chemistry between the leads is solid, and the world building is genuinely interesting. It’s got problems, for sure, but it’s no where near as bad as the sensational negative reception makes it out to be.
Bright (film) - Wikipedia
I may need to read more David Erlich reviews.
lol Ayer's response was pretty good.
Wasn't his response just "I'd love to see you write a script?" lol
Also saw he retweeted Ike Barinholtz saying he was a few beers deep watching the film and loving it and then I checked the cast list and saw he was in it lmao
David and Max need to be shoved into a rocket and launched into the sun over this.
This is a movie that bad film podcasters dream about
Can someone please change the title of this thread to "Hyperbole hate featuring Bright"?
only if you own up and change your UN to Contrarian Troll
So this won't be Landis's "Star Wars" as he originally envisioned?
movie wasnt terrible. Solid free watch.
Netflix’s ‘Bright’ Draws 11M U.S. Viewers In First Three Days