We were getting kind of sick of the comments about how Prometheus is a bad movie because it doesn’t bring the answers out on a plate and force feed them to you. We were also getting sick of people making videos and articles attempting to answer the questions, but then not answering them or giving crazy answers that don’t account for all the evidence the movie provides.
Since we’ve gotten pretty good at analyzing and explaining junk to the people of the internet (and the movie had just been released on-demand), we figured it was time for us to help.
But you gotta watch the movie first, guys. We know there are people trying to watch this that haven’t seen the movie. Stop it. Go watch.
You ever read one of those books? Well, sometimes books get turned into movies. There’s a big difference between reading and watching, and you wouldn’t want to read a movie, would you? Well, what if it were a Stephen King movie? You wouldn’t want to read one of those, either. OR watch.
The Mist continues the Twin Perfect Essential Viewing Collection, a list of movies we think should set the standard in endings for all movies henceforth.
Enough of these remakes, let’s get to something entirely different… Reimaginings!
No, not that kind of reimagining, the good kind. Shazam isn’t a movie, anyway.
Kazaam? Now that’s a movie. Like it or not… it’s a movie…
Dawn of the Dead continues the Twin Perfect Essential Viewing Collection, a list of movies we think should set the standard in momentum for all movies henceforth.
Let’s get real for a minute. Can we get real?
Let Me In was a tragedy. ←TRUTH
You know what else was a tragedy? Quarantine. ←TRAGEDY
It’s truly tragic how many people don’t know that these are remakes of foreign films that are FAR superior. ←S’RIGHT
But even moreso would be the number of people that don’t know [●REC] has a sequel, and that it’s amazing… ←SQUARED
[●REC]² continues the Twin Perfect Essential Viewing Collection, a list of movies we think should set the standard in realisticity for all movies henceforth.
Allow us to drop some science on ya’s. Movies should only be remade under certain circumstances. Movies should NEVER be remade just so people don’t have to read subtitles. Let Me In was made for that reason.
Let the Right one In starts off the Twin Perfect Essential Viewing Collection, a list of movies we think should set the standard in quality for all movies henceforth.
And for those of you living in the United States, you’ll have to watch this one: