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This might not be the place to leave a question, but I thought of something today I wanted your and Korey's perspective on.
How do you feel time changes opinion and perspective on a movie, for good or bad? An example I will quote is Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. That is a movie that was reviewed pretty well. It got a 78% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Both you and Korey gave it a full price. But...as far as I can see...that is a movie that is not remembered well by time. What factors contribute to that phenomenon?
After seeing the trailers for Ender's Game I always thought Asa Butterfield would be a good choice to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man because he does look like a nerdy, shy and academically brilliant high school student.
Please for the love of God, get Chloe Grace Moretz to play Mary Jane Watson in 5 years from now.
Hey, Cyrus. I just started a blog for an art/tech project that I'm working on called Bonnvue. The most recent post looks at how live scenery is already part of our collective consciousness (e.g. The Hunger Games, Cloud Atlas, Back to the Future 2), yet no one has actually brought it to life till now. Here's the link if you feel like giving it a read: www.bonnvue.com/blog
I just told Korey about this, too, so perhaps one of you will read it.