They should have just called this movie: "Episode IX: From Outer Space".
At least that way when the title shows up on worst film lists, people might've mistaken it for an Ed Wood film.
Never forget kids: Patrick Stewart, (douchbag actor), is responsible for Captain Picard, (cool Star Trek character), driving around in a space buggy on a planet like a douchebag, the exact same way Patrick Stewart, (douchbag actor), likes doing in dune buggies IRL.
If you can see the problem here boys and girls, raise your hand.
Every time someone raises the issue of the Star Destroyers not knowing which way is 'up', I can't help thinking about that scene from Avengers where Nick Fury tells the helicarrier helmsmen to "Put it [the sun] on the left!", so he'd know which way South was.
Meaning, if Disney brought Mace Windu back from the dead too as a converted Sith, he could have helped those morons get the Destroyers off Exegol.
As the only person in the galaxy with the ancient power of 'common sense' he could have killed the Emperor, dominated the Final Order, destroyed the now retarded Jedi, and ruled for eternity.
A literal example of, 'in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king".
I gotta say, I wasn't a huge fan of the, "And I ... am IRON MAN" (snap) line at the end of 'Avengers: Endgame'. I thought it was a little non sequitur, and the minor logical disconnect took me out of that critical moment.
Yeah, I know it's a line from the first movie in the MCU, and that makes sense outside the universe the characters inhabit, but in-universe it's a little tenuous at best. If you think about it for a bit, you can come up with a relatively reasonable explanation of why the character Tony Stark would say that, but definitely wouldn't have been my first choice.
And this is coming from someone who is more than pretty damn happy with the MCU IRON MAN, Tony Stark, RDJ, and way the comic character was portrayed. If you doubt that, take a look at my internet pseudonym and then allow me to point out that I had it long before the MCU even existed. I can't even tell you how great it is to have my favourite comic hero not only become that fucking A-list, but have everyone on Earth - including normies - knowing exactly who I'm talking about when I talk about IRON MAN/Tony Stark. That wasn't the case before the first film - which I might add was a goddamn relief more than anything else, considering how often Hollywood fucked that kind of thing up. Way better than I was expecting and regardless of a few bad decisions got even better overall, ('nuff said).
So believe me when I say Jar-Jar Abrams and/or Disney copying that ending, that line, for what-I'll-call-for-lack-of-a-better-term, "the climax" of this film is like being unable to not notice the same unlikely not-quite-right answer on two student test papers.
Another and more extreme example of the same phenomenon would be the blue tardigrade bullshit in STD. No offence to Anas, (and I wish him the best of luck with his endeavors, legal and otherwise), but that concept was so off-the-charts gay and retarded in the first place that only a total moron would copy it, (not least of all for the Star Trek universe), and it's so unlikely for two people to come up with it independently that it's a practical impossibility.
I know people like the MCU and IRON MAN, and it's a relatively minor criticism, so I think they let it slide, but in the cold light of day I think, (though it was forgivable), it was a little self-felating to the MCU itself at the cost of being a little deflating to the in-story drama.
Copying something like that is just one more pathetic display of the shallow artistic understanding we've come to expect from Jar-Jar Abrams and/or Disney corporate committee bullshit.
How could these guys even stand to watch those shitty shows in the first place in order to parody them.
They're pure torture.
Meanwhile, Sonequa Martin-Green could make the same pitch and nobody would notice or care.
Hell, the entire STD cast could be the first people to land on Mars, hit the Freedom Tower on reentry, and still nobody would give a shit.
'The Last Man on Earth' starring Vincent Price.
Movie spoiled right there.
Got here through RLM and I have nothing in particular for/against Culkin personally/professionally. I liked pretty much all his movies, ('The Good Son' wasn't bad - fuck you Ebert), and he always seemed relatively fine to me as an actor regardless of age. I don't even care about him allegedly not being never not raped allegedly up the alleged arse by Michael Jackson allegedly.
But I gotta say, this video is one of the most unentertaining videos I've watched in a while. How is it possible for someone so much younger than me to be involved in producing boomer-tier "comedy" like this?
Worse, how is it that Amanda Bynes could have me in stitches with her somewhat similar Penelope Taynt shtick, but this doesn't even raise a blip on my radar?
If I didn't know better, I'd suspect 'Bunny Ears' needs a better writer involved with their shit.
Anakin could have healed his Mom and not turned evil.
This is the gayest shit I've ever seen - and you know it too, which is why you turned the comments off you gutless faggots.
Your US tax dollars at work people.
Also, everyone knows women make shitty astronauts, so stop lying about that to little girls.
This is the gayest shit I've ever seen - and you know it too, which is why you turned to comments off you gutless faggots.