Is this the worst scene in cinema?
This whole movie was an utter abomination. This was just the icing on an ashitty cake really.
>Burton will never make anything like Edward Scissorhands or BeetleJuice ever again
Feels bad, man.
Alice reproducing the dance would have been worse had the film not finally expired by thus point.
Tres poo-poo ca-ca.
Get ready for full cringe!
At what point during production does everyone know a piece of shit like this is a sure bomb? There's no way they could have had that edited and been like yeah this is something people will watch without feeling physically ill
This is a film you're not supposed to watch without at least half a litre of pure LSD in yout bloodstream.
I does make no sense. But I thought it would be cool if Blackbeard was just a normal guy from from the 90s and this was the only song he knew by heart so he made it his theme song.
Neverland is magical so it doesn't need to chronologically line up with the real world.
how is it that something like this happens and nobody steps in to stop it
nobody says, "hang about lads this is shite"?
Why? Why would they do this? Who made this?
I agree Nirvana is overated even though I used to like em a lot and that song in particular is mediocre
But this sounds so out of place and in poor taste. What the fuck were they thinking?
no this is the worst in movie history:
I dare you to watch the whole thing
What in the name of fuck is happening?
yes this is awful, when I saw it at a packed IMAX you could feel that the audience's anger was so thick in the air you could cut it with a knife.
if this movie didn't come out 3 months after avatar it would not have made anywhere close to a billion dollars
I hope the sequel fucking flops
That's Blackbeard, slavemaster of Neverland, and captain of ship capable of inter-dimensional travel. His slaves are kidnapped from any point in the history of Earth and brought to Neverland. Peter Pan is from 1940s London, Hook is from the 1850s American Wild West, and I guess Blackbeard is a fan of 1990s rock.
>holy fuck imax3D is great!
>holy shit, fuck imax3D, and imax, and everything
it really is funny how quickly something dies because a shitty movie tricks a ton of people.
I just realized that both the best (Spider-man 2) and worst superhero movies ever came out in the same year: 2004, which was twelve years ago. Why are superhero movies still being made?
Am I the only whos tired of this guy's singing?
After hearing him so much in Les Miserables I just want him to shut the fuck up and never open his mouth again if hes going to sing.
I swear to fucking god I'm in tears.
Seriously, how the fuck is it possible that no one told the one who thought this shit up 'no, really, that's a fucking retarded idea'? Or even better, why did no one straight up punched him in the face? This must've been hilarious at the cinema.
Mac and Me was sponsored by McDonalds.
The title is literally "MAC and Me"
>The film was considered a box office bomb, grossing $6,424,112 in the United States. It had a profit-sharing arrangement with Ronald McDonald Children's Charities.
> sponsored by McDonalds
and basically every other corporate entity that existed at the time. Even fucking Valvoline got in on that shit. It was, start to finish, inside and out, a 2 hour long commercial.
I honestly don't know why this post made me laugh so much.
>this was actually included in a cinematic production
>not once at any level of preproduction, filming or post production did anyone seem to address the fact that this scene is absolutely pigfuckingly retarded
We're entering a brave new world.
That was kind of the joke in case the unrealistic amount didn't make it obvious enough.
>have father dying of thyroid cancer
>his favorite childhood memory is watching Peter Pan with his dad
>mom thinks it's a good idea to take him to this
>voice in the back of my head tells me this is a bad idea
>go to the theatre
>it's completely empty
>my dad is excited
>we get to this scene
>can feel the cringe sitting next to him, have to close my eyes for the duration of the movie
>mom asks him what he thought
>he tries to feign joy and tells her it was great
>I can see the pain in his eyes as he says it
If there's one thing I don't get about the movie is Bane's voice. I watched it in italian when it came out at the cinema, and when I saw the original scene I legitimately thought there was some strange fan-dubbing going on. Then I realized it was his actual voice. What the hell?
>kids start singing Smells Like Teen Spirit
What in the everloving FUCK am I watching
I knew about this scene for months, but I never ended up watching it until now...dear lord, someone got away with this?
They shot the movie, then Nolan released the intro on IMAX and people flipped over the audio, since Tom was always speaking from behind the mask a lot of retards complained they couldn't understand Bane at all. WB probably pressured Nolan into fixing it somehow, so he brought Hardy to dub all of his dialog again. And for some reason this time Hardy overdid the gypsy accept and that's what ended up in the theatrical release. There's a video on youtube that has an audio comparison of both versions.
holy fuck i havent seen this shit since i made the mistake of seeing it in theaters opening night baked out of my mind.
i forgot it was that terrible, had a good, light chuckle (at how horrible it is, especially panning to the other retards faces) throughout the entire vid
Tony Stark: Ahh, Junior. You're gonna break your old man's heart.
Ultron: If I have to.
Thor: We don't have to break anything.
Ultron: Clearly you've never made an omelet.
Tony Stark: He beat me by one second.
Pietro Maximoff: Ah, this is funny, Mr. Stark. It's what, comfortable? Like old times?
Tony Stark: This was never my life.
Steve Rogers: [to the twins] You two can still walk away from this.
Steve Rogers: You two can still walk away from this.
Ultron: Oh, we will.
Steve Rogers: I know you've suffered.
Ultron: Uuughh! Captain America. God's righteous man, pretending you could live without a war. I can't physically throw up in my mouth, but...
Thor: If you believe in peace, then let us keep it.
Ultron: I think you're confusing peace with quiet.
Tony Stark: Yuh-huh. What's the Vibranium for?
Ultron: I'm glad you asked that, because I wanted to take this time to explain my evil plan!
How much do you want to bet they wanted to use Enter Sandman instead, but couldn't get/afford the rights from Metallica. "We're off to Never Never Land" would have been said when he turns to the camera.
>Reporter Saint Bryan asked Hugh Jackman how that song was picked.
>"That's a great question," said Hugh."We were doing pirate boot camp -- a week of improvs as pirates. Turns out a bunch of adult actors loves playing pirates. We were in our characters about ten hours a day and we started our day by singing songs. So we brought in all these pirates songs --'ho ho ho', sea shanties and it just wasn't jelling.
>"So on the third day Joe [Wright] brought in Nirvana's 'Teen Spirit' and 'Blitzkrieg Bop' ( by The Ramones) and man, it was like we were shot out by a rocket and Joe goes 'That's gonna be the entrance'.
>“The script didn’t have anything like that,” remembers Joe now. “He was just supposed to walk on and make a speech.
>“But during rehearsals, we had a ridiculous pirate boot camp for a week, so Hugh could get to know the other pirates. We were playing music, one day that song came on, everyone started singing, pogoing, and here we are… it was one of those films, where we were liberated to come up with the craziest, silliest ideas and make them real.”
>Hey guys, remember that scene in Hook where all the pirates are chanting "hook, hook, he's the hook!" Wasn't that awesome?
>Yeah, what if we did that scene again but like... made it more badass somehow.
>How do we make it more badass?
>...Well what if we had everyone chanting like in 300? You know how they go "Ha-room! Ha-room!"
>That's brilliant! But we need to think of a song to go with it. What's a cool song?
>Hold on, let me Google "the coolest songs that kids still totally like."
and that's how this scene was made.
THIS IS HOW THE SONG GOT INTO THE FINAL CUT: During production, the cast would do these scenes and chant more fitting songs, but being the hell production that it was, they didn't get it. So the director brings in some more modern rock and for fun they did Smells Like Teen Spirit.
Apparently it everything else was so terrible that THIS IS WHAT THEY ENDED UP USING. WHAT THE FUCK.
>tfw you kill two people and get cast in a Jim Carrey knockoff
>Burton does this in hopes to end his contract with dinsey and not do anymore faggot remakes.
>disney forces it to hit a billion dollars
>Burton picks up drinking "I just want to make beetlejuice 2, damn it!"
I only ever saw the 2d version out of theaters, thought it was a shit flick. I've heard that the 3d was the best part of it. I've never watched a movie in 3d which I actually felt like it added appreciably to the art, only either not noticing it 90% of the time or fucking hating it.
The fact it actually put IMAX and 3D to good use is why it became such a sleeper hit, and kept putting asses in seats for about a year.
But there is a lot to hate, if you're trying to.
If they'd kept the original "big guy-for you", as shitty as the lines are we wouldn't have the meme. So thank you Tom Hardy and your completely inscrutable reading of "extremely painful" where you vary in note some 500 times, not to mention your tremendous effort on "for you" like you're a third person who's just joined a conversation he wasn't even listening to.
Regardless they both sound like shit. Can you imagine Star Wars if James Earl Jones insisted on reading his lines with both hands covering his mouth and a ridiculously high pitch? Yeah.
>i Am yoUR FatHEr!
to be fair, Avatar pissed me off as well.
you wanna talk cringe, try sitting through a nother white guilt moses shit fest again.
at least HTTYD made it about the characters and toothless was fucking adorable. It wasnt a "hurr durr one side is clearly bad!"
>IMPLYING THIS ISN'T
Uh, dog, the reason baneposting happpened s because the lines were shit, and people were trying to convince themselves otherwise.
Though the "extremely painful, for you" does flow better in the original, and only became "big guy for you" once they split up all the lines in redubbing.
Western society is a permanent existential nightmare and avatar was escapist fantasy where someone actually manages to completely escape that nightmare.
Its okay if you lack the mental capacity to see reality for the nightmare it is.
This is the cringiest
Avatar is extremely simplistic and fails to have an iota of nuance, completely forgoing any subtleties in favor of shoving its easily palatable anti-corporatist, pacifistic, return to nature and live in harmony ideals.
>ooga booga white man bad
>don't you want to fuck a navi?
I hope that I've merely taken the bait and that you aren't actually this retarded. For the record, I'm not saying that western society is perfect, but to suggest that someone who dislikes avatar lacks mental capacity is fucking bullshit, it's a movie calculated to appeal to the lowest common denominator.
reality as a nightmare is far more interesting.
a faggy fantastical fairy planet is one note and boring. its conflict that makes man what it is.
i rather be sent to THIS universe.
Thats far more interesting and less boring because the conflict and tension make the fantastical peaceful moments all the better.
they're examples of the finest moments in a man's life.
Avatar is fucking lame.
At least HTTYD has damn vikings and dragons doing battle as well as exploration.
"Western society is a permanent existential nightmare "
No, its fucking amazing. The fact you think it's a nightmare makes you weak.
Considering its a movie where the paganism isn't just ritualistic and symbolic, where its all completely literal, and people/navi are performing organic direct brain interfacing with a literal living god, not to mention riding goddamn dragons... what the hell is wrong with you?
It's gonna get curbstomped by X-Men, which opens on the same day
>Marvel cannibalizing X-Men's profits by releasing Cap before so that Fox has to sell X-Men back to them
>black British pirate in a fantasy film singing Nirvana
except for whats gonna pretty much curb stomp both
Okay, people riding dragons can be horrifying, and brain interfacing with a god sounds like it could be some eldritch abomination tier shit going on. They could have told the same story at the bottom of the sea with the lost city of atlantis, inhabited by mermaids who ride giant squid and communicate with Leviathan. Or they could have told it with Indians...
He means it has no substance, its shallow wonderment to pull at the audience. It has no value outside fo asthetics, and it therefore meaningless. Even in terms of skill and craft it means nothing, unlike say, an oil painting.
because the concept is so simple and lacks almost any discipline except for what money you shell out to people.
or how about this, what if mind melding with the "god" is actually a giant parasite that enslaves the whole civilization, which explains their xenophobia and disinterest against any technology or education.
It could very much be a false god.
it may be proto fucking gravemind from halo!
Except the central reason anyone gave a shit about the navi is because everything with them was completely literal. They were literally making dragons, Sleipnirs, and other god-like representations of earth animals (rhinos, panthers, etc) into extension of themselves and becoming extensions of them, and controlling them only through force of will.
If it was just indians or niggers on the bottom of the ocean, your read would be correct. But pandora was literally more for anyone lucky enough to either be a navi or an avatar.
So... what the fuck is wrong with you?
Wow, you got me. It sure would expand my horizons to mind meld with a beast. I could never see the appeal wearing off as I live the rest of my life living like a primitive hunter gatherer surrounded by savages. Luckily, fantasy medicine will heal all my wounds and I will age gracefully with no conflict because everything is perfectly mediated by a god. There is nothing infantile about this fantasy at all, and I am wrong for wanting more nuance and depth to characters in movies. Fuck me, I'm such a moron!
>Some people actually liked it
You're beyond fucking retarded. Cool concepts don't fucking matter, you can explore the same kinds of themes in other media, you aren't beholden to a movie for the concept. Just becaue such an idea in a movie doesn't make it free from criticism. I'm done wasting my time with you since you're either trolling me or you're 16.
P.S. - I'd rather watch/play a cyberpunk movie/game if you want to talk about getting out of my head.
>hey guys, here's direct brain interfacing
>nah, we want to make money and keep our current society of isolation stable
So this entire central concept just completely went over your head?
>The last movie you saw is now edited by these guys
How much did it improve?
tfw i discovered porn and how great the internet is by searching for and finding pictures of the sister's butt
I knew it was obscure as hell so there was a slim chance but sure enough her nudes exist
>mfw Alice gets fucked by Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Iron Man, Captain America, a handful of Avengers and all of the X-Men
Looks like its been put through a Photoshop filter
>Sicario sits down at the dinner table with hefe
>That song starts playing
>Sicario starts nervously giggling as he shoots the two children and his wife
>"h-heh, time to meet god"
> Jumps in the air, shoots hefe, and then lands on top of him
P O T T E R Y
Considering hes talking about roger waters. and the only things of value roger waters did was with pink floyd, and only up to the wall, with the final cut being garbage, indicating it was mostly the collaboration rather than roger waters himself, no, that does not mean he had talent.
John waters is a madman though.
>hello hello hallo starts playing
>he actually thinks thats good
>he actually sings along to a grown man farting in the shower counting and calling his flatulence "stinky winkies"
Jesus christ, people were paid to make this.
>Pan smells like teen spirit
Nah this can't be what I think it i-
What the fuck.
>Blitzkrieg blop starts playing
And I like how his first instinct is to beat up a school teacher.
Honestly one of the worst scenes in a film, comes out of fucking nowhere.
>Hi we just met, your blind and I'm a woman lets kung fu fight in this school yard