It's coming, like it or not, ready or not, it's coming this December.
Personally I like the Force Awakens. While it was not a perfect film, I felt it was a fun film. This I hope atleast matches or exceeds. I just want it to be enjoyable compared to Rouge One. ... The movie... Ew...
So anyway, this thread has to happens. What do you dudes think? It can't be as bad as... You know...
Can it be better than THIS ?!?!?! ^ ...
As evidenced by my profile picture, quote, and actions, I love spy fiction movies and television shows. James Bond being my favorite but also movie series such as the Bourne franchise, the Mission: Impossible franchise, The November Man, and and T.V. series such as The Blacklist and Burn Notice. Any other spy fiction lovers here?
By Mr. Krystal
Go to the link and scroll down. Tons of new Star Fox Zero renders/screens. Unfortunately, they appear to have been heavily compressed by Nintendo themselves, so they aren't as nice looking as we might like.
Hello everyone! I've been a hardcore Star Fox fan since I was two years old. I use to play the 64 game all the time (frankly, now I wish I grew up with the SNES game instead) and since screenwriting is one of my biggest passions, I decided to pursue my own film adaptation of the Star Fox franchise.
The reason I bring this up is that I need opinions from fellow Star Fox fans on this website. I plan to take elements mainly from the SNES game, and I want to ask a few things of you guys:
What were your favorite parts of the original game? Most epic moments? What did you feel when playing the game?
What tone do you think I should go with, considering the source material? (I think Iron Man (2008) would be a good reference.)
What kind of message or idea could be communicated really well through this universe and these characters?
I would like a few opinions from you guys. It's not usually a good idea to get other people's opinions before your own, but since I respect the source material as a lot of other people do as well, I think a few outside voices wouldn't hurt. Thank you for your time.
If you haven't seen Prometheus, you should. If you have and you understand it, okay, you're smarter than me
But for those of us who saw it and are wondering 'what the the hell was that?' and the Bluray pack wasn't enough, come and post your questions and together may find the answers.
Personally, I like complex films and TV shows. Exploring the unknown, boldly going where no one has gone before. But it seems that movies today just aren't exciting and mysterious as they used to be. Star Wars Prequel trilogy just was not Star Wars to me. It lacked some things. Just like the Transformer trilogy, they were good films but editing and dialog were amiss.
For further analysis, heres a link to The Rules of Science Fiction:
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