We shall double our digits.
>You sack of wine
What did he actually mean by this?
Why did he do it /tv/?
this is Les Grossman... who is this?
Why couldn't they make Godzilla (2014) as fun as this one?
They hired a director who makes small scale dramas solely for the fact that there were some giant monsters in his last movie. His last movie that had next to nothing to do with the monsters, it was about the people. Which is exactly the same thing he did with Godzilla. Dumb execs asked for it.
What executives have to do with it? Godzilla haven't had any intersting characters or interactions, yeah I get that the director was trying to do, but all that human drama was the worst part of the movie, on the other hand those short moments when Godzilla actually appeared were pretty cool
what are some movies where lanklets get what they deserve?
What the fuck was her problem anyway?
*shoots you in the bus*
>"Why was your registered gun/car at the crime scene?"
>"Oh I dunno officer I lost it and was just about to report it missing"
>how come every time something goes wrong in this town, I find you?
she's becoming one of the most powerful personalities in movie industry and you dont even know her name
Dude, let's like make an AT-AT *takes puff off a large marijuana cigarette* but BIGGER.
>in this department, we do things by the book!
>The tale is set in 1868, where a 21-year old Bram Stoker meets with an ungodly evil that he traps in an ancient tower all the while scribbling the events that led him there.
This isn't part of Universal's Dark Universe (which is for the better given how crap The Mummy was). But still, we already had Dracula Untold just a few years ago.
its Actors who people have told you you remind them of