Discussion in 'Star Trek Movies: Kelvin Universe' started by wayoung, Dec 13, 2016.
Well, we've already got the HISHE, now it's time for the "Everything wrong with..." .
Amusing, and surprising how many sins he took off.
I enjoyed the mashes at the end. Usually I don't bother to watch them, just close the window after the sentencing, but they were great.
Who the fuck are these guys?
I like cinemawins better. I hope they do their own video about STB
Watched it on the shitter this morning. Made me chuckle.
Should I worry about your health, given you were apparently taking a shit for nearly twenty minutes?
I take my time.
Excellent piece of video. Thanks for posting that. I liked his views on NuSulu.
He caught one of my favorite things about this movie:
I was actually talking about the reviewers views on Takeis view of NuSulu in Beyond. Pretty funny. But I think the scene you are posting here was one of the few interesting scenes you could do without effects.
I've grown quite tired of CinemaSins, but this one was actually kinda funny again.
I was hoping for an honest trailer this week, finish the trifecta, but no luck.
I always say, if I can watch the CinemaSins and say, "Yes, but it was still enjoyable," that marks a good movie. Beyond passed that test. Yes, it has flaws (a friend and I debated this when it came out), but I thought it was ultimately very enjoyable and a worthy successor to Star Trek (2009).
"This girl lied to Kirk, but she did it for good reasons yet apparently I'm supposed to be glad she's dying."
Ummm... What good reasons? Piracy, murder and terrorism?
Exactly!! These days, if a movie has flaws, people seem to think it's horrible and rubbish and should be burned. Nothing in life is perfect. To a degree, I can accept the flaws if the movie itself had me cheering, crying, terrified, horrified, shocked or any other way touched.
That's a great way to put it. So often the films that I enjoy often have the longest lists of film mistakes, errors, editing, or whathaveyou. That's part of the art of film is not just what the story and characters are, but how they engage me in a way that I can ignore the flaws.
Why is usually why my list of films that I like exists in at a weird right angle to other views
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