literally the worst movie

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wiedźmin book challenge: favourite scenes [1/10]

“I don’t need your help. Get out of here.”
“No.”

// janet montgomery as yennefer of vengerberg & charlie hunnam as geralt of rivia

I don’t think y'all understand how bad it is that Joss Whedon is directing a DCEU film. Joss literally permanently and purposefully screwed the MCU over. He admitted he never even watched TWS and hadn’t watched Avengers since the movie came out in 2012 and he literally just did what he wanted with Age of Ultron spitefully and permanently ruined MCU canon/MCU continuity and his handling of female characters even prior to the MCU has been nothing short of disgusting and humiliating (miss me with your Buffy splaining. White feminism isn’t actual feminism) not to mention his bts treatment of women actresses is insulting as well. Having him direct a Batgirl movie is literally the worst idea possible, having him part of the DCEU which has so far been going great is even worse, and idk what drugs WB have been on but I’m literally about to scream.

me trying to dissociate bill skarsgard from pennywise after seeing IT (coz he was literally that great playing the character)…

Originally posted by usedpimpa

I just hope that Thor: Ragnarock gives us the Thor we deserve. And the Thor that chris hemsworth has worked so hard for.

This whole time in the MCU he’s been there for humor purposes, but Thor is actually such a deep, interesting character. Anyways I hope taika waititi does him some justice.

How was the Series of Unfortunate Events movie literally the best thing ever and the worst thing ever at the same time

Like how could they nail the casting, atmosphere, music, narration and basically everything aesthetic so perfectly while completely disregarding the actual story that they were adapting beyond the point where it can even be enjoyable

the emoji movie thoughts

well, i did it. i watched the fucking movie. we watched a pirated copy of it on rabbit, and now i can say that ive seen the emoji fucking movie

the movie was quite literally, one of the worst experiences ive ever had. i cried, screamed, nearly threw up, and then just hysterically sobbed once we reached the credits. i feel entirely numb. i am not joking when i say that if i were given an option between seeing the emoji movie again and getting walking pneumonia again, i would choose walking pneumonia in a heartbeat. 

the only redeeming quality of the movie was the animation and the comments the camera man kept making throughout. im dead serious. everything else was horrible: from james corden hand emoji and his horrible design to the moments where they literally ripped off other movies word for word and cinematic beat for cinematic beat. 

this film makes me ashamed, disgusted, infuriated, and depressed all at once. the emotion i feel is indescribable, and yet uncannily familiar to the handful of near death experiences ive had in my short 17 years of existence. 

this movie, however, has motivated me to become an artist even harder than any god tier masterpiece pixar has made. i want to become ceo of disney and vaporize sony animation, and pure hatred, pure spite for this movie will motivate every action i do from now on. 

thank you emoji movie. i now have something to give me more stamina when im at boxing class hitting the punching bag

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8pm. tomorrow.

I literally can’t decide if the funniest and worst part of the maximum ride movie was the
-Awkwardly forced romantic tension between Fang and Max (and the fact he called her mom in the beginning?? Gross dude)
-the super poor acting on everyone’s part, although Gazzy was pretty compelling
-THE. WINGS.
-the sense of style and wardrobe they all suddenly had??
-the flipped character portrayal. Iggy and Gazzy were stocky, Fang had short brown hair (????), max was White as hell??
-the TERRIBLE CGI
-the over-sized cages, as opposed to the classic cramped dog crates
-the lack of like any torture from the School at all
-THEM BITCHES GOT WIFI IN THEIR HOUSE SMH
-That OMINOUS COOKIE LINE LMAO
-Ella and Dr. Martinez were introduced for like two damn seconds??
-there was a TOTAL lack of hypervigilance that all of them are known for
-max was a straight up BITCH
-nudge was a brooding teenager
-angel said nothing ? At all?
-Ari was the only Eraser
-the dream sequence was off
-how had ari not felt max take his card from his pocket?
-ALSO, max is known for being a KICK ASS fighter. She got knocked out from one hit from Ari!
-Fang’s acting was so, so bad it was laughable
-the pace of the movie was so fucked up
-tbh from watching the movie I don’t think I’d want to read the books if I hadn’t already
-and we can’t forget the best part
-Max’s t shirt LITERALLY just said RANCH in block red letters

anonymous asked:

okay i'm kinda curious now with all this "discourse" if u can call it that? i guess like a stucky discussion is a better word lmao but what is ur real opinion on cacw? esp how it fit in with the rest of the trilogy

Honestly I didn’t really mind it as a movie on its own. In the trilogy I hate it. I think that everyone, especially the caps squad, was in character but there really wasn’t enough of them. It was a transition film just to push the mcu into a different direction. It being the end of the cap arc just really sucks.

Overall, it really was a well-done film. We got the first well-written Clint ever. The fight scenes were great and never boring. But it’s not a cap movie.

Steve got no development in the movie at all. What did we learn about him? That he’ll fight anyone and everyone for Bucky? Ok we learned that in cap 1. Next. Of everyone I think he got shafted the worst. It’s literally HIS movie series. I don’t think he was OOC at all and I loved the little moments we got to see of him (like his hesitation when he talks to Bucky almost every time, his stubbornness, his protectiveness with Wanda, him tying to read the accords while everyone argues around him, holding back tears at Peggy’s funeral, not telling Tony what happened to his parents and that remarkable fake ass apology. Iconic. He was perfectly Steve) but there wasn’t enough.

I was really pleased with Sam throughout, but the same applies. We learned nothing about Sam. NOTHING. He’s the best friend of the “main character” and he got nothing. The same applies for Natasha, even though we really did see an interesting side of her when she chose the accords and then still protected Steve in the end. Bucky got the most character development of all, tbh. I really wished we could have seen more of him with Steve and Sam but what we got was perfect. I honestly wouldn’t change a single thing, but I wished for more.

Idk, I was really pissy about it for a while before I just decided to go back and look at it for what it was. It’s an avengers movie that’s sorta Steve-centric. It wasn’t a good cap movie and we all know that there was way too much focus on the other characters. After I just left what we didn’t get behind, I started to see what we did get. There’s a lot in that movie when you stop being salty. Every time I watch it I notice something that makes me enjoy it more and more.

  • cosmere fandom (one week ago): oh my god a movie would be so amazing can you guys imagine?
  • cosmere fandom (now): a movie is literally the worst idea I have ever heard and I have no idea where they got the idea for such lunacy and I just want the world to know that I will only be seeing this pile of shit out of fandom loyalty
Diego Luna Filmography Exploration Part 1 of ?

Y Tu Mama Tambien
VERY GOOD MOVIE. Weird though in ways I was not expecting and the fast talking voiceover reminded me a lot of Amelie even tho this voiceover was sad while the Amelie one was like ‘there was a fly and a dog ate the fly and then the dog got hit by a car and survived and traveled to Canada.’ But overall this was a MUCH sadder movie than I expected but I enjoyed Diego and Gael Garcia Bernal immensely (I have Rudo y Cursi from the library I’m watching that tomorrow). There was a humor throughout the film but also a deep thread of bittersweetness. Maribel Verdú as Luisa was stunning and wonderful if maybe a touch unrealistic(or maybe the most patient woman on the planet idk she puts up with a lot). Overall it felt like a snapshot of a culture that I do not know very well and it was wonderful to see that captured on film.
8/10 Charolastras.

Open Range
This is a very cheesy western. Very VERY cheesy which a lot more time spent on Kevin Costner’s angst and man pain than was remotely necessary. Diego Luna has a secondary role as a field-hand? A ranch-hand? He helps Kevin Costner and Robert Duvall herd the cows. And his name is Button…why yes you heard me right, BUTTON. As in 'cute as a…’ It’s a ridiculous name but I did recently watch a movie where three brothers were named Kid, Son, and Boy, I shit you not, so there are worse names I guess? Anyway BUTTON has some cute scenes with fellow herder man Mose, played by Abraham Benrubi(look him up you will certainly recognize him from things). Button is supposed to be 16, he acts like he’s 12 and after some cute pouting and a weird scene where he is cleaning his feet???? Some shit goes down and he ends up being kind of a damsel in distress. He’s injured and spends a hefty two thirds of movie unconscious. There’s good stuff in this movie kind of? Annette Benning is a nurse and she’s kind of a badass here and there. Michael Gambon is the villanous leader of the town who just fucking HATES cow herder people so obviously shootouts and such ensue, thats most of the plot. Be warned a dog gets killed in this movie so if that turns you off anything ever skip this. Honestly the movie is worth it for me just for this scene(I hate that they are condescending on his first language but his line delivery cracks me up)
5/10 weird feet cleaning scenes.

The Terminal
This was more of a rewatch but its what made Diego Luna stick in my memory to begin with and like…this whole movie is like a cup of hot cocoa(the kind with the tiny marshmallows). It’s very cute and easy and almost comforting in its sweetness. The basic plot(for those who perhaps weren’t alive back in 2004) Tom Hanks plays Viktor Navorski and he hails from the fictional Eastern European country of Krakhozia(the rest of the world is the same btw this takes place in 2004 New York there’s just a tiny made up Eastern European country). And after he lands in New York with a mission to keep a family promise, Krakhozia undergoes some sort of revolution and his country is no longer recognized as a country or something? Basically his visa and passport won’t work. They can’t send him back to his country or let him into ours so he ends up living in the airport and cute shit happens. In the year 2017 this film maybe has a few minor problems. Just the general way women are written and discussed and even sweet, sweet Diego wants to break Zoe Saldana like a 'wild stallion.’ The bulk of his storyline is that he is in love with Zoe Saldana who playes Delores Torres, a security person who stamps visas and papers and things and also she’s a Trekkie ahaha this was 5 years before the first Star Trek reboot film. They put that detail in just because Saldana is a Trekkie which is great. Stanley Tucci is still my favorite and he is great in this film as the head of the airport guy who cannot stand the presence of Viktor in his precious airport. Catherine Zeta Jones is kind of a love interest for Viktor and it’s pretty contrived. Also thanks to subtitles I now know that Viktor speaks Bulgarian but there’s a scene where he is able to very easily communicate with a dude speaking Russian…I have a feeling that would not work not all. But in the end it’s a cute and charming Steven Speilberg film, so an easy recommendation for anybody else making this journey into Luna’s filmography. His role is a secondary one but he remains fairly present throughout and is very cute, even in a terrible orange jumpsuit.
8/10 fictional Eastern European countries

Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights
The crown jewel of Diego Luna’s filmography before Rogue One. I’m sorry I can’t hear your objections over how much I love this GARBAGE MOVIE. It’s terrible. Literally the worst and Diego Luna is so cute and charming in it please watch it immediately. Laugh at the weird postcards to Havana opening that’s so cheesy it should be removed from the history of cinema. Enjoy the whitebread love interest that’s supposed to be ANY KIND OF COMPETITION to Diego Luna’s Javier Suarez. A Cuban boy whose brother really cares about the Cuban revolution that’s happening (because this takes place in the 1950s and that was a thing that was happening), meanwhile Diego Luna just wants to DANCE. And I say let him. Watching Luna wiggle his little butt, and also dance quite competently was an unparalleled delight. Don’t expect this movie, set during the Cuban Revolution that led to Fidel Castro taking power, to have ANY OPINIONS ABOUT THAT THING…because OH LOOK ANOTHER DANCE MONTAGE. The fact that all these character’s lives will get precipitously worse after this movie ends is not even an after thought, let’s all dance to MYA INSTEAD. This movie is meant to take place during the 1950s but the soundtrack is Mya, Jazze Pha, Christina Aguilera, and The Black Eyed Peas and it’s hilarious (it does have some time and location appropriate music but they do their big dance number to MYA I LITERALLY CANNOT EVEN). This movie is from 2004 but it DEFINITELY has that 90s feel to it. Not to mention the weird/dumb moments the movie just doesn’t care to deal with. There’s a sequence where Diego Luna and The Girl(played by Romola Garai from The Hour and good BBC shit) get accosted by the cops and she gets away but HE DOESN’T. Is she worried about her new love interest at all and whether he survived that run in with the cops? NOPE TIME FOR A CUTE DANCE PRACTICE MONTAGE. Then he SHOWS UP with a small bruise on his face and he too ENJOYS HER CUTE DANCE PRACTICE…this movie is terrible please watch it. The plot is literally nothing. Patrick Swayze ACTUALLY SHOWS UP FOR AN EXTENDED CAMEO WHICH IS HILARIOUS. What happened to Baby? Is she still in a corner? DONT WORRY ABOUT IT. January Jones and John Slattery from Mad Men are in this which is a funny connection. Romola Garai has been good in things since this movie but there are certain scenes where she comes off as wooden or blank. After you’ve watched it feel free to send me an ask about how much you enjoyed this trash experience.
9/10 Cute dance montages(ignoring all political and social ramifications of these real life events)

And for those who are more familiar with his Spanish language work feel free to give me recommendations. I know he’s directed one or two films so those are tentatively on the list. Right now I’m just picking based on Rotten Tomatoes scores and only half of his work from Mexico even has a score.