Props to Olsen. Always like when writers, actors, and directors have a good knowledge and if they don't seek to learn about the source material to do their best.
Originally Posted by RFX45
I liked the Constantine film too despite Keanu.
I am still not sure what he was trying to do when he put his forearms with tattoos together, I tried looking it up but I can't find an explanation on what he was trying to do.
Especially since it didn't work the first time. Like he kept doing it and I'm like after a while let me not put too much thought in to it. Obviously something to do with the tat and magic.
Also for a supwerpower movie concept, I saw Next again and the clairvoyance and how it was executed was pretty cool, reminds me of Jumper in a way. If they can expand on it and not hire Nic Cage and his hair then a sequel could be cool. Kind of like a Jumper sequel would be awesome if they do not hire Hayden again.
Exactly. I've pretty much said the same in this thread or another. Great concepts and premises but wasted on the lead actor for the most part. A few other movies are just like that.
Originally Posted by vcshoxj6
Wait where is everyone watching episode 2 of penny dreadful?
On demand. They put it up the very next day.
Same for Orphan Black and Californication. They might also put it up on their site, not sure though never checked.
Originally Posted by NobleKane
He was mainly a comedy actor like 98 percent of his movies were comedies before he starred in batman and people disliked the choice at the time
I rewatched the movie last week. First time since the original release and some of his acting was cringe worthy in it
Yeah most of his work might be comedic but Adam Sandler? I'm not seeing that comparison
Maybe you should watch a Sandler flick again
He'd be more than cringe worthy as Batman.