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At this point all I really want is a Ben Affleck solo Batman prequel, showing what turned him from hero to the anti-hero of sorts we see in BvS. Show how Joker killed Robin as alluded to in BvS, show Wayne Manor being destroyed. Call it Arkham Asylum and go for it. That's all I want. But it's seeming pretty unlikely what with Reeves' The Batman seemingly having nothing to do with anything, and it just seems weird that they'd have 2 solo Batman movie franchises in different universes with different actors being run at the same time. So what, are they just not going to use that juicy prequel material that was already set up? Are they going to kill Batfleck in Justice League, or are they just going to leave him dormant and not give him a solo movie (which would be even worse) even though The Batman was always meant to be Affleck's solo Batman movie (and maybe it still is?). UGH lol
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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 2 hours ago

At this point all I really want is a Ben Affleck solo Batman prequel, showing what turned him from hero to the anti-hero of sorts we see in BvS. Show how Joker killed Robin as alluded to in BvS, show Wayne Manor being destroyed. Call it Arkham Asylum and go for it. That's all I want. But it's seeming pretty unlikely what with Reeves' The Batman seemingly having nothing to do with anything, and it just seems weird that they'd have 2 solo Batman movie franchises in different universes with different actors being run at the same time. So what, are they just not going to use that juicy prequel material that was already set up? Are they going to kill Batfleck in Justice League, or are they just going to leave him dormant and not give him a solo movie (which would be even worse) even though The Batman was always meant to be Affleck's solo Batman movie (and maybe it still is?). UGH lol
LelekPL
LelekPL at 12:42 AM Aug 24

Maybe you'll see him in the Joker/Harley film...

Cochise created a LIST: about 2 hours ago

Most Anticipated Movies for the Rest of 2017

1. Justice League
2. Thor: Ragnarok
3. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
4. Kingsman: The Golden Circle
5. Only the Brave
6. Blade Runner 2049
7. Geostorm
8. Death Wish
Cochise
Cochise at 12:55 AM Aug 24

^ whoops! Totally forgot to include The Last Jedi. Unfortunately I was kind of indifferent to The Force Awakens, but I loved Poe Dameron and I'm a big fan of Rian Johnson, so my excitement for it is higher than it would have been!

The Post as in The Papers, the Tom Hanks/Spielberg movie? I'm interested, but can't say I'm that excited. Big fan of Duncan Jones, but I didn't see Mute anywhere on the release calendar unfortunately. There are a bunch of others I have interest in but for one reason or another (lack of trailers play a part) I'm just not super excited for them ATM. I only included the movies that I'm truly hyped for on the list here.

LelekPL
LelekPL at 12:58 AM Aug 24

Keep an eye out for Hostiles as well. Great cast and there's some strong buzz about it.

Cochise
Cochise at 01:11 AM Aug 24

^ I've been in on that one since day one. Loved Out of the Furnace and Black Mass! That one too unfortunately doesn't have a release date either though.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 8 hours ago

Oh come on WB/DC... I was a new fan thanks to the surprising tangible drama and overall fresh feel of BvS compared to other superhero movies... but all this recent confusion... enough is enough already. Just when you thought it couldn't get more confusing they announce a second line of standalone DC films... and just when you thought that couldn't get more confusing now people are saying Matt Reeves' The Batman movies aren't apart of the DCEU, but apart of those new standalone line of DC films. Yet Ben Affleck already said he's excited to work on The Batman with Matt Reeves. Clearly no one outside of WB/DC knows what's going on... but does anyone inside WB/DC actually know what's going on?! They REALLY need to clear this stuff up with a press release or something a.s.a.p. because it's making their whole organization look like a mess... I got my fingers crossed this is yet another misunderstanding and that we'll still get an Affleck/Reeves Batman trilogy. Yeesh.
Cochise
Cochise at 01:17 AM Aug 24

^ I would disagree with that, though I do see your point to a certain extent. It is a sample size that isn't fully representative of the masses, but it is a relatively large sample size, and I've noticed a ton of non 'movie nerds' such as ourselves who subscribe/comment/react to entertainment sources on FB, too. The only other thing would be 'word on the street' and that falls in line with the general reactions I've seen on popular places like FB on the web as well. I think you really underestimate the masses and how much they care, but to each their own. No way to legitimately prove this one way or the other ;)

LelekPL
LelekPL at 01:19 AM Aug 24

http://i.imgur.com/7WdtBxa.jpg

Just look at the comments and likes.

LelekPL
LelekPL at 01:23 AM Aug 24

"No way to legitimately prove this one way or the other ;)"

That was my point all along.

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Cochise posted a BLOG item 1 day ago

DCEU unrelated spinoff films are coming, starting with a Joker origin movie...

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It's a whole series of 'standalone' films from what I read. So Joker, Commissioner Gordon, Slipknot, who knows... it's a weird idea for sure, especially with the DCEU being so young. Probably will confuse a lot of the mainstream releasing alternating DC films in and out of the DCEU (people have a hard time telling you what happened in Iron Man 1, 2 and 3, never mind the entire MCU). And at the same time I read 'standalone' which is interesting, but if it's really successful then come on... it's a business, movie making, they'd be dumb not to do a sequel and I think it'd be hard for them not to as well... but a sequel would mean a franchise, and that could easily grow into a universe if other well received 'standalone' film characters were combined, or if the standalone film's world was expanded to introduce that universe's version of popular characters (for instance the new Todd Phillips Joker's new version of Batman, what if he then gets his own solo movie... my god, there could be 4 different DC cinematic universes going on at the same time lol)


Mood: Surprised

OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 05:24 PM Aug 22

This has bad fucking idea written all over it. It was already screaming bad idea when the words Joker and Origin and Story were said in the same sentence and nobody threw the dumbass who said it out the fucking window.

Scotch
Scotch at 06:21 PM Aug 22

Yeah pretty much what OKC said. There isn't really one part about any of this that seems like even a decent idea.

Cochise posted a BLOG item 6 days ago

OBI WAN KENOBI: my hopes for the solo spinoff film(s?)

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Even though I heard it was a great book, I would hope they would go for something different for the Obi Wan solo movie(s) than just following that 'Kenobi' book. It does sounds like a cool story for sure, but I'd want something bigger. Obi Wan having to leave the planet and go on an epic adventure, trying to find and rescue any remaining Jedi, getting into a battle against Darth Vader at his peak, getting a love interest etc., all things that would really add to the mythos of the SW universe, and give more depth to one of the most iconic characters of all time (something which I don't think other characters, like Boba Fett or Han Solo, need. As cool as they are). Obi Wan is also a much more crucial character to the series and its main threads. The possibilities for a new story arc are endless and filled with potential. I mean if we're being technical (going by the actor's age) there is a 15 year span until McGregor reaches the age that Ben Kenobi was supposed to be in A New Hope, but of course that could easily be stretched out even further giving McGregor's appearance. Hell have the first movie set soon after Ep III with him going on that adventure/search for surviving Jedi, finding a love interest, defeating a Jedi hunting villain and ending having a child. The next film could take place 5 years later and have the loss of his wife and child (by perhaps Vader himself) and him going back out into space seeking revenge and featuring that battle between him and Vader in Vader's prime (which we've never actually seen... in Ep III it was crazy Anakin and in the OT it was more like old and busted Vader). Then the final film, if it's a trilogy, could take place 10 years after and have him as old man Kenobi, like that old west type thing many are talking about, defending a young Luke on Tattooine after a gang or something has caught wind of who he is. There's a huge amount of potential and room to play with.


Mood: Happy
LelekPL
LelekPL at 03:00 AM Aug 18

As much as I'd like to see that, it would go against what Vader said in A New Hope. He mentions that the last time he was "but a learner"

Cochise updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

a new report that Ben Affleck will not be in Matt Reeves' The Batman has surfaced. UGH... another rumour, blah blah blah... except this one's different. Apparently it came straight out of the mouth of... Casey Affleck, Ben's brother. Wow. I mean... maybe their relationship isn't as close as you would think and he's not up to date on things or maybe he does have an inside scoop... but apparently he was interviewed for a podcast (which comes out tomorrow I guess) and told the interviewer that Ben was out as Batman. Still, I'm trusting the word of Ben Affleck (the guy who actually IS Batman let us not forget) who just made it crystal clear he was and will be Batman for as long as he can be at Comic-Con. Still, this is a more-unsettling-than-usual rumour...
Scotch
Scotch at 05:55 PM Aug 15

Casey has a rep for fucking with people in general, most famously his 'I'm Still Here' stunt with Joaquin Phoenix. Let's hope this is just another bs publicity stunt from the younger Oscar winner of the family.

Cochise
Cochise at 06:18 PM Aug 15

^ that did come to my mind as well! Lol, I loved I'm Still Here. It was more than a movie. Honestly, it still does raise some doubt and concern in my mind as I want Ben in there, but even if Casey's just screwing with people... I honestly would probably laugh and get a chuckle out of it lol

LelekPL
LelekPL at 03:05 AM Aug 16

Great news, but I can't get too excited for this. It's been rumored so much we really have to wait until after Justice League for an official annoucement that he's gone to be sure. They'll never make such an annoucement now, before the film. But after the movie I expect an annoucement and a new actor after Flashpoint with Reeves finally getting a free hand to do HIS Batman and not continue the abomination that Snyder created.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

I don't really care that much about Sam Jackson or Nick Fury BUT they better have something big planned for his character. Captain Marvel is a prequel so it doesn't matter... but they either should have just killed him in The Winter Soldier, or they better have something really big planned for his return. There better be some big revelation as to where he was/what he was doing/etc that has a big impact on the future of the MCU upon his return. Any thoughts on how it could be explained?
Cochise
Cochise at 03:16 PM Aug 15

what WOULD be awesome, but I kind of doubt Marvel would be cool enough to actually do it, is pull a surprise and actually have him show up in Infinity War Part 2 where he shows up with a 'New SHIELD' along with Coulson, and an army of soldiers and tech to help the Avengers fight Thanos and his army of (you know it will be) fodder. The Avengers need some fodder to help them for once lol

LelekPL
LelekPL at 03:26 AM Aug 16

Other than Captain Marvel he's only got one more movie on his contract so IF they're going to use him for that film (and they don't have to), they're probably waiting for a big, universe ending event that will reset the MCU.

Cochise posted a BLOG item 9 days ago

Jurassic World is why people hate CG effects

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alright, a little bit of a quick rant here...

Jurassic World... you know, I still enjoy it. But honestly, it's largely because I love the dinosaur franchise so much. There's nothing terribly wrong with the movie, it's fun, but it suffers the same problem as Star Wars: The Force Awakens in that it feels too safe, and too similar to what we've already seen. JW has too many moments that just feel like lesser versions of what we've seen before. The only true awesome new element to it was the dog/wolf-like relationship between Owen and Blue which I'm glad is going to be featured in the sequel as well! Still I would unfortunately have to say that Jurassic World is the reason people hate on CGI so much. I think CGI is a fantastic tool, and a lot of the time it can look better than practical effects. But, usually, the best effects route is to balance both types of effects and let them support one another, rather than relying solely on one or the other (though that does sometimes work). But I gotta say... damn. Watching Jurassic World again, a lot of the CGI is just shockingly noticable for such a massively budgeted movie... like how does this happen. How does the original film (which came out how many decades ago?) look in many ways better effects wise than this. Especially with the D-Rex, the main 'villain', it doesn't look near as believable or as well done as the T-Rex in the other films. Even some of the other dinos don't look that good or very 'there'/realistic. I'm shocked for a movie with such a budget and access to the best effects houses in the world. I expect more from a AAA hollywood studio blockbuster... because we've seen better, much better. Years ago and now. No, the effects aren't TERRIBLE. But they are noticeable for sure, and it's just not as thrilling as it could've been because of that. And while practical effects could have and should have been used in many places here... a lot of it could only be done with CGI, and that's fine -- but the CGI definitely could have and should have been better in those scenes than it is... it's just weird considering the scale and budget of this movie... Too bad. Hopefully the sequel steps it up effects wise! This franchise deserves it!


Mood: Surprised

LelekPL
LelekPL at 01:43 AM Aug 15

The CG is pretty bad in this but it can work A LOT better nowadays. Planet of the Apes and Jungle Book are spectacular in that department

Cochise created a LIST: 10 days ago

Top fifteen PS4 Games

1. Life is Strange: the best story of this generation.
2. Nidhogg: the best local multiplayer of this generation.
3. Mad Max: the best open world action game of this generation.
4. Rocket League: the best sports game of this generation, and one of the best multiplayer games.
5. Battlefield 1: one of the best multiplayer games with some of the best graphics. Refreshingly old school gameplay.
6. Just Cause 3: the best over the top action game of the generation.
7. Call of Duty Black Ops 3: one of the best online multiplayer games of the generation.
8. Mortal Kombat X: one of the best all around fighting game of the generation, though not as good as its predecessor.
9. Batman Arkham Knight: one of the best action/stealth games of the generation, though not quite as refreshing and cool as Arkham City was, so it was a bit disappointing.
10. Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor: although ROTK on PS2 is close, this is probably the best LOTR/Middle Earth game ever.
11. Inside: one of the most atmospheric, simplsitic but incredibly affecting games of the generation.
12. Uncharted 4: one of the biggest technical feats of the generation and with top notch gameplay to boot.
13. Until Dawn: one of the coolest adventure/horror games of the generation that movie fans will love.
14. Destiny: one of the best online multiplayer games of the generation.
15. Blue Estate: the best offline co-op game of the generation.
Cochise
Cochise at 12:34 AM Aug 14

^ thanks guys! There are still some games out there I gotta get on (Horizon: Zero Dawn and Nier Automata come to mind) but even still it was a tough list to compile! I tried to keep it limited to games that released first on this gen, rather than including ports/remasters/etc.

HAIL_TO_THE_KING
HAIL_TO_THE_KING at 10:06 AM Aug 14

need to play mad max until dawn and just cause 3

Cochise
Cochise at 05:42 PM Aug 14

^ not sure if you have it or not but with PS Plus Until Dawn was free to own forever last month and Just Cause 3 is one of the free games to snatch up this month too!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

Still a bit taken aback by how disappointing Valerian was. It's a spectacle for sure, and an undeniable visual wonder... but the writing and the titular casting is shockingly bad. I didn't mention it in my review but the movie has one of the weirdest twists/revelations ever, that is so predictable and obvious from the get go -- yet the movie legitimately acts like it's a big secret/surprise the whole time. Valerian makes Jupiter Ascending, which I actually liked, look like a masterpiece, and makes John Carter actually look (in terms of overall quality, not visuals -- it's above JC in terms of visuals for sure, and probably alongside or even above JA) somewhat good, which is surprising to say.
Cochise
Cochise at 02:21 PM Aug 11
Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 13 days ago

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets



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Directed by: Luc Besson
Written by: Luc Besson
Cast: Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen, Rihanna, Ethan Hawke, John Goodman
Studio: EuropaCorp
Genre: Science-Fiction
Official Site: EuropaCorp
Plot:

Review:

Wow, what a disappointment. I was incredibly excited for this. From all I read and saw from the previews it looked fantastic, unique and totally refreshing. And, honestly... it is. Kind of. There are a bunch of WAY out there concepts included in here that definitely feel cool and different and that was great to see. The visuals are fantastic as well and, despite the film's many faults, if you have any interest in seeing this movie you have to see it on a giant screen and in 3D. Honestly if it wasn't for that, I don't think I could even recommend it. Dane DeHaan is a great actor, and I'm a fan. However he is just not good here. Cringe worthy at times even. I just feel he's really miscast here, but at the same time the writing (and direction) has a lot to be blamed for in regard to the main character as well. I never really got a grasp on who the character was, aside from some awkward jerk. He's just not well written, and has a bunch of odd and just plain bad dialog. The same can be said for most of the dialog in the movie, sadly. Cara Delevingne is actually surprisingly good, and the best thing in the movie, and survives the bad dialog better than the rest of the cast. However, her chemistry with DeHaan isn't really there, which is a very bad thing seeing as...[more]...

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LelekPL
LelekPL at 04:22 AM Aug 12

I enjoyed the creativity of the film but I agree on the miscast. DeHaan is terribly miscast. Somebody bigger would have been more believable and even if they still wanted to go for that romantic hero angle, they'd still need a guy of Keanu Reeves' caliber who can pull off the romantic and teh action believably.

Cochise
Cochise at 02:12 AM Aug 13

^ I feel like someone like Reeves would feel corny in the role too though. You need someone who can pull off the hero who's a bit of a funny prick thing, and that's hard to find. It's basically a less well written, more shallow, less admirable, less relatable, less likable Star Lord. Even still I think someone similar to Chris Pratt could've salvaged the poorly written character.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

terrible news regarding Star Wars: The Last Jedi... Rian Johnson has said, in regards to Snoke, this: “For example, in the original trilogy, we didn’t know anything about the Emperor except what Luke knew about him, that he’s the evil guy behind Vader. Then in the prequels, you knew everything about Palpatine because his rise to power was the story. We'll learn as much about Snoke as we need to." ...DAMN. This is really, really disappointing news. Unless he's lying, it seems we'll learn almost nothing about Snoke in this one. Who he really is, his history, where he comes from and all of that... nope. I want to see some revelations with this character... don't just make him the mysterious bad guy like the Emperor was in the OT, give us something new, unique and inspired. Come on!
sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 11:49 AM Aug 10

Whats up Cochise haven't seen you on here in a while.

LelekPL
LelekPL at 01:32 PM Aug 10

I was hoping for the same but after watching the trailer I fear it's going to be another remake

Cochise
Cochise at 11:57 PM Aug 10

@slasher - haven't had as much time to come around here lately but it's nice to come back!

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Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 14 days ago

The Mummy



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Directed by: Alex Kurtzman
Written by: Jon Spaihts
Cast: Tom Cruise, Sofia Boutella
Studio: Universal Pictures
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Official Site:
Plot:

Review:

I'm a Tom Cruise fan but I think for the first time ever I just didn't like him in a role. I felt he was miscast. Not that he was bad in the role, I just think someone else would've been better and elevated the movie like he strangely couldn't. Still, the movie had a lot more problems than just him. The action wasn't very memorable at all, and the scares weren't there... the whole blue colour scheme just didn't fit very well with it and honestly even though I saw it a few days ago I can barely remember the story. I would be interested to see the Dark Universe continue, but hopefully a new director and creative team comes in and really shakes things up. I really want to see a Creature from the Black Lagoon movie. I honestly think Universal approached this series the wrong way. I get it, they want to make a billion dollars and action heavy blockbusters do that... but I feel their content with the Universal monsters was/is (I think obviously, no?) more suited for horror... and with that I think they should've had say 50 million dollar horror movies (which is still a big budget for horror movies) every October, that focused more on the scares than epic action... too bad. Though it's never too late, maybe the future of the Dark Universe will be reorganized with a smaller budget future considering...[more]...

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Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 01:15 AM Aug 10

i liked it

Jamessiso
Jamessiso at 01:48 AM Aug 10

I agree, Tom Cruise is just 'too soft' in the looks. We need someone more manly. And the whole movie is just... weird?

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Even though I thought Transformers: Age of Extinction was pretty disappointing and not very good, I'm still blown away by the new Transformers: The Last Knight (in a bad way). Because of that I am honestly done with the series, if Michael Bay (who I'm actually a big fan of) comes back and continues the series. But, regardless of that I'm super surprised how genuinely excited I am for this upcoming spinoff 'Bumblebee', though only just recently after I saw an interview with one of the producers saying that it'll be a much different, smaller scale movie that really reminds him of The Iron Giant -- which I absolutely freaking love
Cochise
Cochise at 01:11 AM Jul 09

If you want to read more of this former Transformers/Michael Bay defender's thoughts on crapfest that is The Last Knight, here's a link to my review... http://www.moviefancentral.com/cochise-2/reviews/26316

Moviefreak2010
Moviefreak2010 at 04:14 AM Jul 09

i liked it and i hope he makes one more cause you just can't leave it off teasing unicron like that

Cochise
Cochise at 04:21 AM Jul 09

^ oh they'll make another mainline movie regardless if Bay comes back or not. Personally I'll be intrigued, cautiously excited, if it's a different director picks up the reigns (though that would depend on the director as well), but might even skip it in the theatre if it's Bay again after these last two entries which I felt were easily the weakest and by a considerable amount. Glad you dug it though man!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Wow, my expectations for the new Saw movie, Jigsaw, have skyrocketed after just finding out that the directors behind it are the same guys who did Predestination and Daybreakers. I am in!
OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 03:04 PM Jul 08

I was the same way, it's a ridiculous idea but after Predestination I'm all in for what these guys have to offer.

The Saw series has it's ups and downs but after some time away, maybe a return can work

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