Using a keyboard, that is. I don't know that we're ever told that he's using a programming language, which is what others have stated. An engineering application that permits the entry of chemical formulae, perhaps?He understands it. He then derisively calls it quaint.
It IS better. I recently watched both. And as much as I loved McGuire’s Spider-Man 2 when it came out, I find today’s Me liked Far From Home much more.Wait a minute...I made a funny comment about this, but totally glossed over that you think Far From Home is better than Tobey Maguire Spider-Man 2! That's a hot take.
How does time travel into the past get dated? The further we get from the 80s, the better the film gets. Back to the Future has the same strength. It can’t date.Definitely agree. It is a fun romp but is highly dated and didn't age well. It only has value at this point as a historical document.
Those just kept getting worse. The digital special effects definitely show the budget, as does the horrible foley (1950s punch sound effects? Really?!) Surprised that every death scene didn't include the Wilhelm Scream.Starship Troopers 3 is one of the worst in the series, though admitedly, only the first movie is any good. However, the 3rd movie is made hilarious by the fact that there's an actress in it who is almost impossible to understand. I suspect her acting or pronounciation were not considered when she was cast.
Anyone who hasn't seen it. I recommend just checking a scene from the movie on youtube that has her in it for a big laugh.
Thor: Ragnarok is fine when they are in Valhalla fighting Hela, but the comedy-stuff with Hulk before that I could have done without.Nobody's mentioned Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End yet and it's one of my all-time favourite movies.
Return of the King is excellent, as is Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Someone mentioned Cars 3 - another fine choice. Thor: Ragnarok is good fun but I'll take the first Thor movie every time.
(I’ve always personally viewed the Matrix trilogy as being uneven in that the revelations of 2 and 3 take away from what‘s good about 1 without making something better, while I remain torn about the expanding of the John Wick mythology in 2 and 3 compared to symmetry of character and story in 1).
A nearly perfect movie, with a premise essentially ruined by the sequels. The number of parodies of the scene with The Architect, using absolutely impenetrable technobabble, is truly staggering.I agree in regards to the Matrix (still have to watch the John Wick sequels). The Matrix was intended as a movie with an open ending. To then add two more movies that continue the story, kind of defeats the purpose of having that open ending; the audience is supposed to use their imagination in regards to what happens next.
Further more, the Matrix sequels are bloated with pseudo-filosphical ramblings that ultimately go nowhere. It is as if the creators try to pull a veil over our eyes, to hide how ultimately empty the movies are. That is not to say that there isn't stuff to like in the Matrix sequels. There are some fantastic set pieces and impressive special effects. But it doesn't seem like there is anywhere for the story to go, nor any suspense when the main character has basically ascended to a god. For me the first movie will always be great, regardless of how I feel about the sequels. But I do share your feelings that the first movie is some what damaged by the sequels.
Future audience will simply view the Matrix trilogy as one story spread across 3 movies, rather than 2 stories pasted together. Arguably, the same could be said about Star Wars. But in my view, Star Wars was filmed as an episodic style film, where there could be further adventures further down the line, and the story wasn't finished. The Matrix in contrast, clearly has an ending, if an open one.
A nearly perfect movie, with a premise essentially ruined by the sequels. The number of parodies of the scene with The Architect, using absolutely impenetrable technobabble, is truly staggering.
I love Thor: Ragnarok, but I do think the middle Thor-Hulk portion goes on for a scene too long.Thor: Ragnarok is fine when they are in Valhalla fighting Hela, but the comedy-stuff with Hulk before that I could have done without.