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  1. That's awesome! Character development is one of my favorite parts of stories when I write. This is gonna be fun. (Robots are the best!)
  2. It's been six years since the last PotC film, and ten years since the last one that most moviegoers actually saw, so nostalgia can play a big part here. On the other hand, a large number of people, myself included, might say to themselves, "the last Transformers was trash so I'm not even gonna bother with this one". It wasn't that the quality of Age of Extinction that made me walk out of the theater (because it was something me and my friend had to do in order to do something else that we needed to do), but I felt indifferent to the concept of walking out of that one. I was not sad at all about it. So long story short, with a wide array of summer films to choose from, people in the know may just choose the better films instead. Marketing may away things around (Age of Extinction's marketing was exhaustive enough to even drag me into the theater), but this time around, people may just choose the better films. But if The Last Knight actually does turn out to be a step up in quality, disregard this entire statement.
  3. I think it's tomorrow. And I'm guessing the story is getting so good, Spaghetti needed extra time.
  4. I knew it. I remember when I saw Sing Street on Netflix, and I saw this actor play the delinquent character pretty well, and I thought to myself that there was something different about him. And now this. I'd argue that the whole Sing Street cast deserves opportunities like this. Congrats, Ian Kelly.
  5. I really do want to see a trailer for this.
  6. And I also found that the director is Francis Lawrence of The Hunger Games Saga fame, and that the writer is Scott Silver, who most famously wrote the scripts for 8 Mile, The Fighter, and The Finest Hours.
  7. I decided to create this thread for the futuristic retelling of the story of Samson, one of the biblical judges that delivered the Israelites from their oppressors (and in Samson's case, the Philistines). Pure Flix, the film's distributor, is relatively new (I mean, not as old as something like Universal or Fox), but they have had big hits, such as God's Not Dead and War Room. I'm excited to see how this one turns out. And, also, I'm excited for it in general. Will Samson use God's strength to overcome the other movies vying for audiences on the same opening weekend? Only time will tell.
  8. I think it's the passion of the filmmakers that changes it.
  9. I'd like to join the club.
  10. Thank you, everyone! I'm still gonna follow the story to see how it goes! Good luck to the Rockin' Robots and to everyone else! I kinda knew it from the beginning that I would be the first to go home, so I'm not even mad!
  11. And is it the top five of the weekend as a whole?
  12. I blame the Anubis thing.
  13. To be fair, I'm close enough to Before I Fall to salvage points, but I really might be devoured by vultures after Table 19 and Rock Dog.
  14. That's way better than I did for those three movies, to be honest.