Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by TJ Wells, May 21, 2019.
That feels really weird. If anything, last night proved that this series would be fine if it was entirely in Korean.
feel like mark would absolutely crush this kind of material. what is bong's level of involvement with the actual project, outside of an empty EP role?
If they must do a show, that gets me excited; he was great in Dark Water.
he's great in most things
Damn wild they’re gonna make Ruffalo learn Korean
I think he's truly terrible in the last few Marvel movies. His performance in Ragnarok is actually baffling, like he forgot how to act.
I like him outside of that though, Zodiac still might be my favorite movie of all time.
it doesn't help that the scripts in those movies are largely horrible. he was cashing checks. good for him.
So I saw the black & white version... and I’m not sure I’m crazy about it. There are some moments where it really works (the birthday party scene,) but for the most part it lacks the punch visually that makes the color version look so stunning.
I think knowing what I know now I would have probably opted for a second screening of the color version instead of the black and white one but I’m still glad I checked it out.
That money lets actors have the financial security to do the interesting work.
And fund interesting work too! (See: Robert Pattinson, Brad Pitt)
I think Ruffalo will be fine it's just that the movie is entirely perfect and the series isn't necessary
but if Bong is in I guess so am I
Those tweets are really satisfying considering how both of those movies feel like the companion pieces to each other. One dark, one light.
Every time I see it, I think that drink (Aquavelvet?) looks so good but I know it'll make me violently sick.
I’m the same, I can’t do sugary drinks in general. Even sour beers gives me the rumblies
sometimes it has to do with the studio not letting them make the black and white movie. i know that was the case for Stephen King's The Mist, but they released a blu-ray with the black and white and Darabont and King both consider that their preferred version. Not sure what the reason was for Mad Max, but i love both the regular and black and chrome. Logan was because while Mangold was making the film he was taking a lot of black and white photos which were beautiful, and wanted to make an alternate cut. another one where i love both versions.
as for Parasite: Parasite (B&W Version) he discusses his reasons here.
edit: found an article of Miller explaining the black and chrome cut Mad Max: Fury Road Black & Chrome - Exploring Its Spectacular Detail
i'm curious how they'd do this as a series, i think it's perfect as a film. as for Ruffalo, give me Ruffalo as Columbo already! #Ruffalumbo
It's almost like the house is its own character as well
I can’t stop laughing