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User avatar #22023 - huntergriff ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
So...this new episode of american dad episode was kind of feelzy...Jeff's staying in outer space after coming back about 60 years too late.
#22028 to #22023 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/20/2014) [-]
i hate jeff though
User avatar #22021 - asdasdzxczxc ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Just watched godzilla this saturday. All I can say, is that if you ignore the shitty acting, the fact that brian cranston dies so quickly, and the cheesy writing, it is an awesome movie.
The art style, effects and music are definetely the strong aspects of the movie.
User avatar #22043 to #22021 - imnotkickthecat ONLINE (05/21/2014) [-]
>expecting "good" acting in a monster movie
try watching the old godzilla movies
>thinking brian's character was worth anything other than any way other than introducing the mutos
>expecting great writing in a monster movie

Its a movie about monsters fighting monsters. Just like all the people who bitched about pacific rim; if you go there for any other reason to see giant things fight each other you are going to the wrong movie.
User avatar #22053 to #22043 - asdasdzxczxc ONLINE (05/21/2014) [-]
Don't misunderstand me, I never expected to see any of those things. Just saying that those were the bad things about the movie, that's all. One of the things that dissapointed me was the fact that they cutted 2 of the fights. Other that that the movie is great
User avatar #22024 to #22021 - grohl (05/20/2014) [-]

I really loved how they didn't put too much time into the monster fights. They could have done it like Matthew Broderick Godzilla where the movie was mostly repetitive sequences where Godzilla smashed cars and people ran. But they kept all of the MUTO/Godzilla goodies until the very end and i loved every second of it. The score was just brilliant, and those effects were indeed phenomenal.

I can't deny the acting was mostly bullocks, but i thought that Aaron Taylor-Johnson really did well as one of his first heroes outside of Kick-Ass. Makes me hopeful for seeing him as Quicksilver.

I disagree with you about Bryan Cranston's death, though. I think him dying early on was actually better for the plot. The whole "Scientist-who-saw-it-all-coming" character is so stock for disaster/monster films it's crazy.

Anyway those are my thoughts.
User avatar #22054 to #22024 - asdasdzxczxc ONLINE (05/21/2014) [-]
Cranston's screen time was more of a rant than an objective critic. As the fights itself, the last one deserved so much more attention than the soldiers

Also I don't think johnson did a good acting
User avatar #22007 - haydentheviking ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
I need a good movie to watch! No action films tho i hate action films
#22029 to #22007 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/20/2014) [-]
red lights
hard candy
User avatar #22022 to #22007 - hydromatic (05/19/2014) [-]
Action: The Actioning
User avatar #22009 to #22007 - jari (05/19/2014) [-]
What genre?
User avatar #22010 to #22009 - haydentheviking ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Any besides action
User avatar #22011 to #22010 - jari (05/19/2014) [-]
Perfume: The Story Of A Murderer
User avatar #22006 - suddenk (05/19/2014) [-]
Guardians of the Galaxy Official Trailer #2 (2014) - Chris Pratt Marvel Movie HD New Trailer
User avatar #22003 - harbingerwolf (05/19/2014) [-]
So i just watched Godzilla, always been a big godzilla fan, especially growing up with comics and VHS's even. My soul has been crushed. Dont put me down as just some hater straight away Godzilla has always been something close to me since i was a little kid. Spoilerish review below.
User avatar #22008 to #22003 - haydentheviking ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
im still upset that Bryan Cranston was killed and could of made a better story without the shitty soilder son and the constant crying
User avatar #22004 to #22003 - harbingerwolf (05/19/2014) [-]

The story, Bryan Cranston are amazing for, the opening with the fossil remains were eerie and fucking awesome. The breif glimpses and flashes you were supposed to see inbetween fight scenes were amazing and just right.
Then Godzilla and the MUTO meet, you know that scene in the trailer where the chopper crashes and illuminates godzilla, he roars and everyone know's awesomely kickass shit is about to go down?

Thats it.
That trailer was the entire scene.

After he roars it cuts immediately to another scene "WHY THE FUCK WOULD THEY CUT DURING THE MIDDLE OF SOMETHING SO INSANELY HYPE AND BAD ASS?" i wondered, but no, it cuts because thats the end of the scene. Their actual fight appears as just a news report on a TV in the background.

I was fuming, i thought no one in their right mind would do that, but i stayed and waited for maybe the actual big battles.

Remember that scene in the trailers where godzilla roars as the doors are closing shut?

Thats it, it was when he meets the MUTO's again, "They cant do that same shit again this must be it, this is gonna be so kick ass to make up for it!"

But no, that is it, game over, cue more waiting untill were inevitably at the end. Yes that last fight scene was fucking phenomenal, although very short, and constantly broken up by human shit going on on the ground. As much as i wanted to enjoy the first and last actual godzilla fight i was still too pissed off from the two "fuck you viewer" moments earlier and the constant breaking up didnt help.
User avatar #22025 to #22004 - grohl (05/20/2014) [-]
they did all those sequences to tease you, really. It was all build up for when the shit really hit the fan. I thought all of those teaser fights were just brilliant.

And they couldn't have had Bryan Cranston stay the whole film without him becoming the stock disaster/monster movie character who saw it all coming. Better to go out as a good character than become annoying and bitchy, if you ask me.
User avatar #22005 to #22004 - harbingerwolf (05/19/2014) [-]

The MUTO's themselves are freakin awesome, and they do get some decent screen time where you actually see them do things and they are overall awesome.
What i can not fucking understand is why they have over 10x the screen time AS THE FUCKING MONSTER WHO IS THE TITLE OF THE FUCKING FILM.

Oh and Bryan Cranston?
He was incredible, but as if there wasnt enough monster action you wanted to see there is only 10 minutes at the beginning of Bryan.

But everyones raving about it, sequels already confirmed so this is the way films will be done from now on.
So my soul is crushed, my hopes brutally violated, and one of my last days off ruined.

Please go fuck yourself in the most severe way possible Gareth Edwards.
User avatar #22044 to #22005 - imnotkickthecat ONLINE (05/21/2014) [-]
Because the mutos are brand new and they have to establish what they do. Godzilla is still the same. Brians character was not needed any more than we needed his son. They were both useless and should have both died. We only needed brian's character to introduce the mutos and after that he wasnt needed. What did you want? A long drawn out fight between the same three monsters? Yea that would not get boring really quick at all.

Stop your bitching holy shit. This is not the end of the world. It is just the reboot to get the legendary series going.
User avatar #21999 - benschien ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
hey guys im searching for a good website to download movies/tv series in english language. i got an uploaded.to premium account and i have no ideas how torrents work and dont really need to know. do you guys know good sites?
#21997 - lungeroy ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
As someone with a fear of heights, the moondoor creeps me the fuck out. Holy shit I hate that thing
User avatar #22002 to #21997 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
Yeah. I'd be clinging to the walls as far away from that drop as possible.
#21992 - repostsrepost (05/19/2014) [-]
I don't think anyone didn't see that GoT episode ending coming. geez how about making it a little more subtle.
#21985 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/19/2014) [-]
sansa with a nice overreaction to a broken snow house

i saw the oberyn thing coming since last week. im happy but i think they misseed out on the shock value of waiting to reveal it
User avatar #21988 to #21985 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
The episode was such a mess.

That Lysa scene with her falling? What the hell was that? It was so poorly done, the effects were something you'd expect from a decade or more ago.

As you mentioned, the scene with Sansa and Robyn was so ridiculous and forced.

The scene with The Hound and Arya was forced. Arya just stabs the guy so slowly and he doesn't bother to even move at all? Plus, that bite The Hound received will get infected and will be what "kill's" him.

The Mountain looks like a fuzzy toy, not a blood driven monster with no empathy or remorse for human life.

User avatar #21995 to #21988 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
The Mountain is a blood driven monster with no empathy or remorse for human life though.
He is a fucking crazy psycho cunt, book wise, he cut a dudes arms and legs off and fed them to people. Greg burned half his brothers face for no fucking reason. Greg is a crazy piece of shit.
User avatar #21996 to #21995 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
Maybe I am misreading what you said though.
User avatar #22000 to #21996 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
If you've seen the episode, you'll know that the mountain doesn't look like anything you described. He just has big muscles. He looks like a gentle giant. A teddy bear. A fuzzy toy. This mountain doesn't look like he'd harm a fly. Even while hacking away at someones body, he just didn't look the part.
User avatar #22032 to #22000 - ljxjlos (05/20/2014) [-]
Well, it really doesn´t matter too much, tho, considering (!!!REAL SPOILER!!!) it won´t be long until he´s nothing but a suit of armour, not eating, speaking or doing anything else that´d show his face, sooo...
User avatar #22012 to #22000 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
Looks the part to me. A giant motherfucker with a sword.
#22013 to #22012 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
The part Is a little more deeper than that. Spend time on any fan forum of GOT and you'll see I'm not the only one complaining.
The first Mountain was perfect. He was big, he was scary looking. He was the right age
But this one, just look. He's baby faced, he's too young, he does not look scary. He's just really big.

Luckily, he won't have many scenes as he doesn't have many in the book either.
User avatar #22014 to #22013 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
The first guy, and the second, both left for reasons though.
Still, in armour, I imagine he'll look it a bit better.
User avatar #22015 to #22014 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
Maybe. I hope so. But I wonder why they couldn't find someone else that at least fit every trait needed, big, older, and scary.
User avatar #22016 to #22015 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
Because finding 7-8 foot tall people is hard in itself, let alone ones who can act the part and is also older and scary.
User avatar #22017 to #22016 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
I don't think they'll be giving this part anything more than 1 or 2 lines. And it was this guys first acting job anyway. He has no previous training.

They could just do what LOTR did and shoot from angles that make certain characters appear larger or smaller.
User avatar #22018 to #22017 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
Probably not, Greg isn't exactly known for being wordy. Though he does shout a fair bit in the fight.

Also I don't think they can do that for the fight.
User avatar #22019 to #22018 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
Can't wait for the fight. I hope it's next episode. But that's still a 2 weeks wait.
#22020 to #22019 - EdwardNigma (05/19/2014) [-]
It is the next episode, given the name of it.
User avatar #21989 to #21988 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
Oh and I forgot to mention that The Mountain's age is wrong too. He's supposed to be The Hounds OLDER brother.
#21990 to #21989 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/19/2014) [-]
while i appreciatre the use of spoilers having 2 be episode spoilers then the 3rd be a future spoiler was misleadin since i never read the books

i really didnt pay attention to the cgi in that scene to be honest. i r eally liked littlefinger aka cia guy this episode though. first time i thought i heard truth come out of his mouth.

a few overacted or forced scenes ill agree with. how they handle the bronn thing i think was done good and made sense in my mind.

i assume that guy doesnt move from the shock.

well the mountain is kinda bald. for all i know the dude is supposed to be in his 40s
User avatar #22001 to #21990 - eight (05/19/2014) [-]
The third isn't anything special. Because even book readers have no idea what happened to him. So not much of a spoiler, but worthy enough to be hidden.
#21984 - imnotkickthecat ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Danny was craving that Daario dick. Nigga be playing hard to get, but my man daario has a thing for the white ladies.
User avatar #22040 to #21984 - EdwardNigma (05/21/2014) [-]
Fuckin Daario is such a wank though.
#21986 to #21984 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/19/2014) [-]
danny didnt get naked. confirmed shes the one who said she doesnt wanna do nude scenes anymore
User avatar #21983 - hydromatic (05/19/2014) [-]
GoT was great. Wanted littlefinger to say "Only Cat" at the end. But not a huge problem.
2 weeks wait now untill the next episode
User avatar #21978 - hydromatic (05/18/2014) [-]

Spoiler for show watchers only:
"Only Cat" probably happening in little over 3 hours!
#21981 to #21978 - baitdoesnttalkback (05/19/2014) [-]
ill read it after the episode
#21968 - anonymous (05/18/2014) [-]
#21991 to #21968 - tentaquil (05/19/2014) [-]
Mothra or bust
#21998 to #21991 - anonymous (05/19/2014) [-]
Ghidorah or burst
User avatar #21966 - therealtjthemedic (05/18/2014) [-]
I fucking loved Adam West's batman, and think all the people who think batman should be really dark and edgy nowadays are a bit fucking weird.
#21964 - anonymous (05/18/2014) [-]
''Be afraid. Be very afraid.''
User avatar #21963 - blazekingxxx ONLINE (05/18/2014) [-]
Hey guys can you help me find something to watch?

I like Arrow, Supernatural, true blood, heroes, things like American dad, archer etc

Cant think of anymore
#21979 to #21963 - hydromatic (05/18/2014) [-]
Game of Thrones.
User avatar #21994 to #21979 - blazekingxxx ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Currently watching
User avatar #21965 to #21963 - jari (05/18/2014) [-]
If you like shows from the CW you should watch the 100, and Dracula kinda fits in that list too, kinda sad it got cancelled
User avatar #21993 to #21965 - blazekingxxx ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Thanks man watching the 100 now
#21957 - ilikethisusername (05/18/2014) [-]
So, just watched the new Godzilla movie in 3D and so far I liked it. I watched it with my family and my brother and my dad thinks that the one made in 1998 was the original and the first one, and Godzilla never shoots lazers from his mouth. So I argued that Godzilla has existed since 1954 and he does shoot lazers from his mouth.

They thought I was a retard and didn't believe me. But nonetheless, I enjoyed the movie. It was fucking amazing.

By the way, in case you get confused by the new monsters in the movie...the M.U.T.Os are just a remake of Mothra and Battra from the original Godzilla movies.
User avatar #21987 to #21957 - makotoitou ONLINE (05/19/2014) [-]
Was pretty good, but it focused too much on shitty characters instead of the big G and lost a lot of charm because of that.
User avatar #21974 to #21957 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]
Overall, I thought it was entertaining. I was happy that the movie didn't flop and It surely deserved to be topping the box office right now. There was a lot of tension, the script was a very good quality. I understand that the Gareth Edwards was influenced by Spielberg and that Spielberg understands that characters are the core of the movie. Indiana Jones 4 was a bad movie, but the movie has moments where the characters show some depth and that's the kind of thing you need. If you watch Jaws, there is not a ton of intense action but a lot of build up and the payoff is very satisfying. This movie is satisfying, but not at that level. I think it missed out on some opportunities for nostalgia moments (which was the ending I suggested with the Godzilla theme).
User avatar #21969 to #21957 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]
I saw the movie too and here is my thoughts: Warning, there are spoilers!
This is basically a review that spoils the whole story you have been warned.
I thought the movie was good for the most part. The acting was probably the best acting I have seen in a godzilla movie. Lets face it, godzilla movies are not about acting and it's mostly cheesy lines, but this movie doesn't do that. The put in a serious cast and they have a set of characters you care about. In my definition of "caring about characters" it really comes down to "do I want them to be happy at the end, and if they are I am satisfied." Unfortunately, the cast does give Godzilla significantly less of a role.

The movie starts off with the discovery of two hatchlings and one of them escapes and destroys the plant that Cranston works at. We see a sad sequence with the characters and how Cranston's wife dies after he sent her down. We also see how this makes Cranston crazy to find the truth. I thought this was a good setup for his character and his son because they relate to the MUTO with a personal story. Unfortunately he gets injured (we think he dies but he didn't) aaaand then he dies in the chopper anyway. So now the son has a ton of investment into this movie, and I didn't mind his acting but lets face it, Cranston was probably the reason why more people showed up (Argo, breaking bad fans).
User avatar #21970 to #21969 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]

We then have some story explaining in the battle ship with Ken Watabe and military personnel. It is filler and it does get a little excessive on explaining things to the audience, but not to the point where I was annoyed. We then have the tsunami and Godzilla's first appearance and maybe 30 seconds of him fighting the monster.

What I really really liked was the aftermath of the fight. You have people who are missing, people who are injured, people who die. It just makes you think "this is what the aftermath would be like if a giant monster or two ran through the city." I thought that was creative and I have to give them credit for it (they also do this at the ending).

Then there is long gap of ... not much happening. You have the train sequence, the plan to nuke the three monsters by luring them into the ocean and it fails immensely. I'm not sure why they couldn't keep track of the monster to prevent the train from being led to the monster? It is carrying it's food, maybe it's due to the EMP that knocks out planes, but still, can't someone from outer range keep track? A satellite? You may think I'm over thinking these things but they should be addressed.

User avatar #21972 to #21970 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]


Then finally we get to the fight. Godzilla is fighting both enemies while the soldiers disarm the bomb. We are given a scene before hand that the main character (cranstons son) put something on the bomb that only he knows how to disarm. Ok, so this foreshadowed that he would disarm the bomb. So they go down to disarm the bomb while godzilla and the male MUTO fight. Godzilla basically takes the female one out of the nest and give the men time to kill the babies and remove the bomb. We then proceed to the main course of the fight. Which was so underwhelming. Godzilla was definitely more agile and more real looking in the fight than any other Godzilla, but it was only 3 minutes long. There is so much buildup to the fight that you should expect the movie to have an epic conclusion. Even the firebreath was underwhelming, which bothered me the most. I see the spine turn blue, I know what we are going to get. Aaaaand we get a very underwhelming radiation breath attack. In the old godzilla movies the breath was a lot more intense. But I guess for consistency purposes they had to make it less intense otherwise the battle would have been over in 1 minute. It's because all he had to do to kill the male Muto was hit him with his tail into a building. Anyway... the MUTO babies get killed because the main character blew them up with a gas tank. Then the female MUTO basically looks at him and gives him the "I'm gonna get you for that." And we get the same thing when he is on the boat. The monster looks at him and does nothing. Then Godzilla uses his underwhelming flame breath down his throat and kills it. I thought it would have been a lot cooler if it was like the Godzilla 2000 one... you know... where the enemy exploded (see video).

Best Roar Scenes Of Godzilla 2000
User avatar #21973 to #21972 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]

More spoilers

And then Godzilla and the main character fall down and pass out. This isn't the first time it happens. Godzilla and the main character had a little moment where they see each other. I thought it was a little cheesy. Godzilla doesn't have that much humanity.

Then you have the main character and his son (not sure how he found him but ok) and his wife together again for a happy ending. It looks like Godzilla is dead, but I knew that he couldn't die because America already made that mistake last time they made a Godzilla movie, they wouldn't do that again. Godzilla awakens and just goes into the ocean. End.

Now the last 15 or so minutes were OK. This review does sound like I am ripping on it, but there were a lot of good things about the movie. The characters we care about, we get the sense that what is happening around them is affecting them (unlike the old Godzilla movies where it's basically 10 Japanese people watching Godzilla fight in a building far away). It's like the complete opposite of what the recent Godzilla movies are like. I know this movie pays homage to the oldest Godzilla, and I never saw the movie so I don't know if this was supposed to be the aim. But I think the ending should have been a little different. Here is how I would have ended it:

1. You have the main character diffuse the bomb after being saved by Godzilla. 2. Godzilla roars and goes into the ocean. 3. The main character finds his wife and son and they hug etc etc. 4. A final scene where Godzilla is just swimming in the ocean and you hear this theme in the video 40 seconds in. Cut to credits.

Gojira's (Godzilla) Theme Song
User avatar #21971 to #21970 - ilikethisusername (05/18/2014) [-]
You're actually right on everything you said.

The fight scenes weren't so much. The movie was mostly about the characters instead of Godzilla.
User avatar #21975 to #21971 - hawaiianhappysauce (05/18/2014) [-]
Thankfully the characters are good. If the characters were not good then this movie would have flopped. I definitely like the Godzilla in this movie and I remember this scene too where
Godzilla was at the bridge and they started firing missiles at him and such. And I though, "hey, remember what happened last time an American Godzilla went near a bridge (he died from 6 missiles)." And I see Godzilla brush it off and basically break through the bridge, killing hundreds of women and children and I was satisfied with that. Because lets face it, Godzilla doesn't care about humans, if he did, he wouldn't level Tokyo in the first place.

I also liked how the trailer didn't really give away the plot. They sort of pulled off a Star Trek: Into Darkness on us. We knew there what scenes from the trailer we at with the movie, but the order and how things turn out didn't really turn out the way I imagined.
#21962 to #21957 - anonymous (05/18/2014) [-]
They really aren't "remakes" of Mothra and Battra. Mothra is mostly a protector of humanity. Battra is a protector of earth who just thinks humans are shitbags. Theres really not much they have in common besides being the opposite sex and being semi-bug like.
User avatar #21961 to #21957 - jpthecursed (05/18/2014) [-]
I really enjoyed it. I know a lot of people are pissed that they cut away from the first few fights but I felt that it was a clever and funny way to build up to the climax. Also, the entire Hawaii sequence was just jaw-dropping.
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User avatar #21952 - unusualmoo (05/18/2014) [-]
Can someone explain In the Flesh to me? I can't for the life of me figure out wtf is going on other than sentient zombies.
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