Originally Posted by Morpheo
From what I heard he got into a heated discussion (must have been political or religious! what else can it be?
), got banned from a thread (no idea which), and then decided to leave. I pm'd him about 2-3 months ago but never got any response. I never saw/read what happened - like you I asked other members who told me. Apparently he left for good. That's too bad I liked reading his posts, at times funny, at times useful, even helpful, and at times full of drunken pig pictures
I just hope he's good and that maybe he'll stop by and say hi someday.
Whoa now thats a shocker as I've never seen him out of line or disrespectful. If anything it's me who's more likely to be banned than mr oink.
But back to the movie. I'm baffled to why so much venom for this great, unique, totally entrancing entertaining movie.
My guess it's just a few wanna be tough guy hardcore critic who think by stomping on this movie they can appear to be a badass film noir. (Ya, I'm talking to u corn chex & 10th planet )
1st of all Chris Evans kicked major butt ok, to me he's one of the best new young talent we have today. Would u prefer J Franco or P walker ? Yeah, ok I don't think so put a sock in it.
Evans reminds me a young Clint Eastwood, even with more range. You think Dirty Harry can don a comic book superhero suit then flip a switch n do something dark like this?
Nothing wrong if u didnt care for it, even though it was 94% from RT & 8.2 on imdb. That speaks for itself, your minority quibbles is just that.
I just have problems with the reasons you have. If those r your reasons then there will be very little films that meets your criteria.
This is easy imdb top 250 classic compared to most of the junk or massive hyped out there today like 22 jump st, Ater earth, divergent, sharknado, Man of Steel, Looper, bad prequels n sequels,..
Or would you prefer The critics pick Locke where you get to see guy taking on his speaker phone while driving in his car with not a single other character the entire movie? Huh,..is that your cup of tea? This is what you deem cinema right?