shit tier compared to the original
Arrival was complete fucking shit, 20 minutes of that movie could have been cut out and it still woulda been the same movie, so many useless scenes that just dragged on and on, just a boring monotone, OK storyline movie, it does not deserve the attention it got, that's for sure
That peice of crap felt like it was written by a scientifically illiterate 16 year old who fancies himself a philosopher. You become a being that exists outside of time and space, aware of all things at once because you learn a new language, riiiiight. And an alien race that already has that ability is going to have a problem where teh ONLY solution is humans having that ability? get the fuck out.
And this hyper intelligent enlightened species capable of intergalactic travel thinks the best way to get their point across is land and sit there, then just throw up hieroglyphs? Not like, take over all our communications and in our spoken language explain the situation?
Poorly thought out kid level scifi.
The bit in it is pretty cute though, I'd enjoy sex with her a great deal.
The sequel was good as well
Agreed. Arrival is the most outstanding movie I've seen since Interstellar. Better than Interstellar though.
Saw Arrival 10 times and counting (3 times in theater, the rest at home). This movie blows my mind everytime.
Denis Villeneuve made his first SciFi movie and it's already a masterpiece.
This arrival shit must be a troll.
That movie seriously sucked.
It was a fucking remake
Of this 90s garbage
Fucking stupid fuckers everywhere
That's a movie made for smart people, trust me. I'm not surprised that 75% of people son't like this movie. That's a phylosophical movie. God, I'd like that people could understand how deep this movie is. And then they put a 4,5 star out of 5 for the last star wars...
I've seen Arrival's making of, implying all the staff who worked on the movie. They put so much effort for every detail, that's just mindblowing.
Arrival is shit. Message is sadness and tragedy are an integral part of the human experience along with love. A message delivered more profoundly and effectively in the first 8 minutes of Up.
one of the most epic tales I've ever experienced
That movie made you more stupid.
Not the best ever but very good.
Good screenplay, cinematography, casting, characters, pacing, tasteful special effects.
The tacked on love story was kinda annoying but whatever.
Watch it on psychedelics. I watched it coming down from a tab of acid and saw the depths from which the movie pulls, the potential of everything, in particular the existence of physical/non-physical beings of a higher intelligence who understand with great compassion and wisdom that all is one.
Pretty much like every subpar American studio flim, ever.
It was garbage.
The heptapods where wack
Amy Adams is an old bitch
Mars attacks had more depth
Best movie of all time get rekt
try to name a better party movie
Both Arrival and Interstellar are just a puny shadow of what thiese movies could be if were not made for regular american idiot. I'm talking about "love force" in Inter. and absolutelly unneeded timetravel storyline in arrival. Also, absolutelly unrealistic linguistic science in that movie.
I never got what's up with people saying "such and such part of the movie wasn't necessary" or "the movie could have been just as good without this part" or "they didn't need to do that and it still would have been the same movie"
Like, what actually the fuck?
It's a fucking movie made to entertain you. Do you not eat pizza because it isn't necessary for food to taste good? Do you not jack off because jacking off isn't necessary to survival? Do you not run the air condition in your house in the summer because it isn't necessary?
Like seriously. I want a logical explanation for the "wasn't necessary" movie meme, because as far as I'm concerned, saying something isn't necessary isn't necessary.
Found the shill
When the reptillians finally come, I hope they rape your disgusting lesbian body with their large reptile dicks.
Only a yuge fat dike bitch would love this fucking shit movie
was beautiful... up until after the bomb and it becomes a run of the mill hollywood romance...
also the last bits of dialogue are some of the worse I have ever seen in a movie. I no joke couldnt breathe from laughing so hard during the end scene.
"do you want to make a baby?"
did mom only bring you 3 tendies tonight instead of the usual 5?
It's like watching a car mechanic scene where the actor t
Is using a screwdriver on some bullsgit that that's not even for.
Or adding the wrong fluid in the wrong place.
Fuck off arrival sucked
So did that gay nigger movie
And that shitty musical
Hollywood is real fucked up on huffing farts and silicone injections. They have been shoveling shit with Chinese comunits money.
even though hating on this movie is a meme i'm gonna say it's still pretty good but you have to be drunk and/or stoned to watch it and you have to appreciate the fact that jake wouldn't be around holleywood today if it weren't for it
Must have not seen either one then.
Your mom touched you.
That why you are a lesbian
really, really, really, really well made film. couldn't even believe how good it was when i saw it first time. and no music throughout the entire film, yet some of the best atmospheres in any film ever. god, so good
the arrival was an incredibly shallow movie with a slightly interesting twist.
once you realize that there are no other setting in the movie besides the camp, ship and some house that was probably 10 miles away, you realize it wasn't as good as you thought it would be.
I wouldn't call it (Moon) fantasic, but yes, it was pretty good.
This one is good, too.
This would be hard to quantify. And the argument doesn't rant make much sense coming from someone who hasn't even seen the movie and probably has little to no knowledge about either movie's budget or production
>how would you spend your last 12 hours on earth
I would probably try all the drugs that I'm too responsible to do otherwise, and rape some women. If I'm lucky I'm dead before the 12 hours are up.
Oh hell yes. All those dick-thirsty virgins just begging for some guy to fuck them. I'll be that guy. I'll fuck 'em all, no condom. Why worry? The world's gonna come to an end!
>someone who hasn't seen the movie
You literally don't have to watch any transformers movie to know they worked harder on it than the Arrival.
Watch the trailer and you see 10 seconds of the CGI and its more work than the entire arrival movie.
You literally don't know what you're talking about
this is best movie ever. can you argue otherwise?
probably can because i have very weird movie tastes. i loved Never Back Down and Bad Ass but apparently those movies were shit
Absolutely the biggest mind twister and it was put together so fucking good.
the signal (2014)
approaching the unknown (2016)
the killing room (2009)
Rampage: Capital Punishment (2014)
Rampage: President Down (2016)
Operation: Endgame (2010)
Europa Report (2013)
to name a few
You're equating flashy graphics with hard work. There are other forms of hard work that require no CGI. Coming up with an original concept and fleshing out a script is arguably harder than taking a comic and digitizing it.
I only wish this movie was longer.
Shit like this is why I'll love movies 'till the end of time.
Honestly man, this movie didn't have any huge actors in it either, it was directed pretty much perfectly and had one of the most original stories I have ever seen, will cherish this movie till the end of time.
-Around 4 unique sets
>cgi room of rocks
>cgi room of white
none of these settings were very complicated
the tent and the house were just lazy.
the alien ship room was just a rectangle
Wow a lot of work done there
>whoa this is the secret
>china will nuke if we dont send them a text message
>whoa ive been controlling time with with shitty font
All this done with around 5 actors
-probably around 20 unique sets
>inside some transformer ship
All of which will be exploding at one time or another which is a very complex thing to do, not only from the CGI perspective, but also with rigging the actors and the real life sets.
>at least 100 extras
Not very unique but still much more complicated than what the arrival had
>some random person finds a transformer
>OH SHIT THIS IS AWESOME
>Sir we've found massive amounts of radiation in central Montana
>THE FATE OF THE WORLD IS IN YOUR HANDS. HELP THE TRANSFORMERS
>Bad guy's evil intentions
>everyone almost dies
>save the day
Very cliche, but still more more things happening and more complicated than the arrival.
And that's how you would quantify the amount of work into it, which YES. They worked on it a lot more than they did with the arrival.
We've got to prevent... A mineshaft gap! Fuckin George c scotts acting in that movie was fantastic. Same with Peter sellers. I didn't even notice him as the potus. That voice and hairline threw me way off.
Good on ya. I'd say it's Christopher Nolan's best work and that's saying a lot. Dude's pumpin' quality movie after quality movie. We should be glad to live at the same time as a future legend.
such a shitty movie and yet I have some very good memories of it.