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Re: Quality
« Reply #20 on: March 23, 2015, 05:00:41 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
That actually is sorta true. If you look at Schumacher's filmography, he has directed good movies and can obviously do dark and serious. Hell, if you dug a little deeper, you'd know that he wanted to go in dark, and gritty, in the vein of the Dark Knight movies. He was planning on going with a Batman Year One vibe. It actually was studio interference and Akivsa Goldman's (I think that's how you spell the screenwriter's name) fault.
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Re: Quality
« Reply #21 on: March 23, 2015, 05:01:33 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.

Who are we to blame ah Michael Bay for Transformers 2? It was those ah lazy writers who wouldn't do their job!
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Re: Quality
« Reply #22 on: March 23, 2015, 05:03:43 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
That actually is sorta true. If you look at Schumacher's filmography, he has directed good movies and can obviously do dark and serious. Hell, if you dug a little deeper, you'd know that he wanted to go in dark, and gritty, in the vein of the Dark Knight movies. He was planning on going with a Batman Year One vibe. It actually was studio interference and Akivsa Goldman's (I think that's how you spell the screenwriter's name) fault.

So can we blame ah Snyder for the shaky cam and ah headache inducing action or OR ah is that Goyer's fault too?

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Re: Quality
« Reply #23 on: March 23, 2015, 05:04:03 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.

Who are we to blame ah Michael Bay for Transformers 2? It was those ah lazy writers who wouldn't do their job!
That's actually sorta true also. The best film of the mayhem franchise is the first one, the that's NOT written by Ehren Krueger. It's also coincidentally one of Bay's best movies in general.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #24 on: March 23, 2015, 05:06:01 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
That actually is sorta true. If you look at Schumacher's filmography, he has directed good movies and can obviously do dark and serious. Hell, if you dug a little deeper, you'd know that he wanted to go in dark, and gritty, in the vein of the Dark Knight movies. He was planning on going with a Batman Year One vibe. It actually was studio interference and Akivsa Goldman's (I think that's how you spell the screenwriter's name) fault.

So can we blame ah Snyder for the shaky cam and ah headache inducing action or OR ah is that Goyer's fault too?
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

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Re: Quality
« Reply #25 on: March 23, 2015, 05:07:35 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.
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Re: Quality
« Reply #26 on: March 23, 2015, 05:09:08 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
That actually is sorta true. If you look at Schumacher's filmography, he has directed good movies and can obviously do dark and serious. Hell, if you dug a little deeper, you'd know that he wanted to go in dark, and gritty, in the vein of the Dark Knight movies. He was planning on going with a Batman Year One vibe. It actually was studio interference and Akivsa Goldman's (I think that's how you spell the screenwriter's name) fault.

So can we blame ah Snyder for the shaky cam and ah headache inducing action or OR ah is that Goyer's fault too?
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

So according to you, Snyder basically had nothing to do with the movie and his name was put on the movie just cause?
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Re: Quality
« Reply #27 on: March 23, 2015, 05:09:30 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.
Well then, I just hope Snyder doesn't choose those shots again.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #28 on: March 23, 2015, 05:10:24 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
That actually is sorta true. If you look at Schumacher's filmography, he has directed good movies and can obviously do dark and serious. Hell, if you dug a little deeper, you'd know that he wanted to go in dark, and gritty, in the vein of the Dark Knight movies. He was planning on going with a Batman Year One vibe. It actually was studio interference and Akivsa Goldman's (I think that's how you spell the screenwriter's name) fault.

So can we blame ah Snyder for the shaky cam and ah headache inducing action or OR ah is that Goyer's fault too?
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

So according to you, Snyder basically had nothing to do with the movie and his name was put on the movie just cause?
According to me, I honestly think Snyder is being give a lot of **** for stuff he wasn't responsible for. Yes, there's some blame to be put on him, but the amounts of hate this guy gets is sad.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #29 on: March 23, 2015, 05:10:54 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
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Re: Quality
« Reply #30 on: March 23, 2015, 05:14:25 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.
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Re: Quality
« Reply #31 on: March 23, 2015, 05:18:04 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.

Oh god, calm down. If you say stupid ****, you're gonna get made fun of. Try not to be a **** about it for once.
Sabrina, don't just stare at it. Eat it.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #32 on: March 23, 2015, 05:21:23 pm »
Wow!  Being a director is the easiest job in ah... in the world! Forget this acting crap! I want to TO ah sit around all day and not be accountable for ah... for anything!

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Re: Quality
« Reply #33 on: March 23, 2015, 05:22:59 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.

Oh god, calm down. If you say stupid ****, you're gonna get made fun of. Try not to be a **** about it for once.
Oh god, now you're resorting to acting like I need to calm down to cover up for your incompetent post. Try not to not be an **** about it.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #34 on: March 23, 2015, 05:25:11 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.

Oh god, calm down. If you say stupid ****, you're gonna get made fun of. Try not to be a **** about it for once.
Oh god, now you're resorting to acting like I need to calm down to cover up for your incompetent post. Try not to not be an **** about it.

Lol what?
Sabrina, don't just stare at it. Eat it.

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Re: Quality
« Reply #35 on: March 23, 2015, 05:26:33 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.

Oh god, calm down. If you say stupid ****, you're gonna get made fun of. Try not to be a **** about it for once.
Oh god, now you're resorting to acting like I need to calm down to cover up for your incompetent post. Try not to not be an **** about it.

Lol what?
Sorry about that. I wasn't really thinking when I posted that one.  Anyways, at this point.. what are we arguing about now?

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Re: Quality
« Reply #36 on: March 23, 2015, 05:28:50 pm »
Wow!  Being a director is the easiest job in ah... in the world! Forget this acting crap! I want to TO ah sit around all day and not be accountable for ah... for anything!

Makes sense to me.
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Re: Quality
« Reply #37 on: March 23, 2015, 05:31:13 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?
And you over exaggerate everyone's opinion in a snarky and smart ass way to make up for your lack of an actual argument.

Oh god, calm down. If you say stupid ****, you're gonna get made fun of. Try not to be a **** about it for once.
Oh god, now you're resorting to acting like I need to calm down to cover up for your incompetent post. Try not to not be an **** about it.

Lol what?
Sorry about that. I wasn't really thinking when I posted that one.  Anyways, at this point.. what are we arguing about now?

^^^Made me laugh

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Re: Quality
« Reply #38 on: March 23, 2015, 05:31:37 pm »
Good **** god. Do people have NO idea that Snyder simply was forced to direct a movie off of Goyer's shitty script?! No matter how good a director is, if the script is shitty, there's only so much he can do!

That's right! When a movie's terrible you ah can't blame the director! That's not fair!

#JusticeforSnyder!

That's right. And its why Schumacher totally didn't tarnish his reputation for Batman & Robin. It was the screenwriter, whatever his name was.
In all fairness, I don't think anyone could have made a good film out of that script.
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Re: Quality
« Reply #39 on: March 23, 2015, 06:42:42 pm »
That would be the cinematographer's fault. Expect much less of that in the sequel, as they have switched cameramen. (Larry Fong, the guy behind the cinematography in Watchmen and 300. Pretty good choice if you ask me, considering he works well with Snyder being a frequent collaborator, and the some shots in Watchmen and 300 were absolutely beautiful)

You do know that the director chooses the shots, right? The DP is just in charge of lighting and getting the shots done. It's the director's vision.

No, Tanny. The director just sits back and lets everybody do what they want while he eats popcorn and watches **** in his trailer. Didn't you know that?

Hey, that's what I do when I direct!

 

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