For those who enjoyed Ex Machina, HUM∀NS on AMC/Channel4/4 is becoming a great watch, where a family purchases an AI robot servant that looks human, but also does and says stuff that make her almost human; backstory seems well done also; big fan of Odi ; must see for any fans of artificial intelligence, science fiction and Merlin.
What I’ve managed to suss out from the Batman v. Superman trailer.
Superman is an illegal alien, which is no fun. IMO he’s simply an undocumented worker.
Batman stopped Batmanning, because something, something Robin is dead. He starts Batmanning again because more people died, which reminds him that his parents died. You didn’t know his parents died? Here’s the requisite reminder.
(Quick Ben Affleck career arc summary: He went from beating up comic book fan boys, to being a comic book artist, to being a comic book character. Not bad for the star of Gigli.)
Wonder Women is here because… I have no idea. I guess to give fan boys something to fap to. And apparently kids these days prefer a skinny sprout eating little girl over a real deal woman. No one can replace Linda Carter.
Post by SPEEDSTER0595 on Mar 16, 2018 22:11:04 GMT
10 years ago.
It all started 10 years ago, in a cave with a box of scraps. An insistent G-Man, and a man with an eye patch. No one but the executives at Marvel could have seen the future. The next 10 years of Marvel films, with a boost from Disney crafted an entire cinematic universe that sculpted the film landscape today. Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy was the tip of the iceberg, but Marvel really turned comic books into a media that just wasn't for kids or geeks. They infused it with other film genres and masterfully cemented the comic-book movie genre as a legitimate category.
Now 10 years later, the Marvel Cinematic is unstoppable, and heading to the most anticipated climax of film in decades. The Infinity War is here, and Thanos is hungry!