Alright, no judgments from me. I just happen to watch a lot of movies (at least 4 a day. No kidding!) i use to spend all my money on buying VHS tapes, then DVDs/Blue Rays. Now I have all of these streaming services and that fills my days watching movies. I don’t really get into TV series so much anymore, unless they are critically acclaimed or are somehow award winning or noteworthy?Yeah, Wizard. It is not the fault of movies. Or TV. It is my poor attention span. The length of a TV show is fine, let's say 45 minutes. But then i would have to watch the whole season to get the idea. Movies are way too long in length. I lose myself somewhere, and forget the movie then, not even half through
The Wizard of the Creek said:at least 4 a day. No kidding!
Yeah, 4 movies a day is about the average run time of what I watched yesterday:You average at least 4 movies a day? That's honestly crazier than 4 movies a year. I don't know how you even have the time for 4 movies a day. Average movies are like 100 minutes long. That's half a day, every day! I guess I just don't like movies enough to sustain that kind of habit.
I wouldn't say it was absolute garbage (in that as a visually entertaining spectacle, it thrived)... but in that Dennis didn't follow the Final Cut ending... he totally threw it out the window. So the plot was pretty blah as a result to me. R. Scott went out of his way to show us who were replicants and who weren't, though very subtly, while Dennis V. just threw that idea straight out... into the garbage. THEN he cast Jared Leto as Tyrell's successor???! CHRIST. I heard David Bowie was gonna play that role but then well, he died. So... somehow Leto was runner up.Blade Runner 2049, on the other hand, is just garbage. YMMV.
I often watch 2-4 films per day, sometimes 5. Ahhhh, the life of a house husband. I take care of all our finances/yard work/pets/repairs/cars, etc. And in exchange I get a heck of a lot of freedom with my time and how I spend it. Some days I watch no movies cause so much shit needs attending (this week we got a new dog and she's a handful, very busy), others I'll watch 5 and take a tab or two of LSD lol.You average at least 4 movies a day? That's honestly crazier than 4 movies a year. I don't know how you even have the time for 4 movies a day.
My favorite John Waters film is by far Serial Mom. If you haven’t seen it, please do!
Hairspray is a purposefully whitewashed social satire about the 50’s-60’s. That is what many people (like me) find endearing about the film. Waters did not make a mistake doing his film this way. Here, listen to him about this:
Other than Serial Mom, watch Pecker!
John Waters is an old creepy queen from Baltimore that I have really enjoyed throughout the years.
ChemicallyEnhanced said:MDPOPE 2
Watched Terminator 2: Judgement Day yesterday. Not my first rodeo with it. Not as good as the first film, but classic. Don't know why/how there were any follow up films though.
As far as sequels go, T2 was one of the best ever. I just liked the original better for some reason. The final action scene at Cyberdyne in T2 is probably one of my favorite action scenes of all time though. Too much of T2 was harping on scenes from T1 to feel original at all though, maybe that's why I enjoyed the first more.