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(The Cheat Sheet)   Although Kevin Smith is a huge fan, he doesn't want to direct or write for the MCU. "Look at the behind-the-scenes things, the Russo Brothers worked on Endgame for a year. It's worth it, but I don't have that kind of talent, tolerance, or patience"   (cheatsheet.com) divider line
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2020-05-03 6:36:10 PM  
I hope no one else wants him to as well.
 
2020-05-03 6:43:18 PM  
I can't blame him. The MCU has a 'playbook' that's 5 inches deep. About what you can and can not do and backstories that must be followed. And storylines piled out for years and years to come.

That kinda thing hamstrings all but the most workman like authors and directors. Smith kinda likes to riff on things on his own terms.


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2020-05-03 6:59:53 PM  

optikeye: I can't blame him. The MCU has a 'playbook' that's 5 inches deep. About what you can and can not do and backstories that must be followed. And storylines piled out for years and years to come.

That kinda thing hamstrings all but the most workman like authors and directors. Smith kinda likes to riff on things on his own terms.


Then how does one explain Taika Waititi?  'Cause judging from all that's been written about his turn as director of Thor: Ragnarok, doesn't sound like Waititi paid much attention to that 5-inch playbook.
 
2020-05-03 7:13:07 PM  
Well he's right about not having the talent.
 
2020-05-03 7:20:57 PM  

browneye: optikeye: I can't blame him. The MCU has a 'playbook' that's 5 inches deep. About what you can and can not do and backstories that must be followed. And storylines piled out for years and years to come.

That kinda thing hamstrings all but the most workman like authors and directors. Smith kinda likes to riff on things on his own terms.

Then how does one explain Taika Waititi?  'Cause judging from all that's been written about his turn as director of Thor: Ragnarok, doesn't sound like Waititi paid much attention to that 5-inch playbook.


Taika Waititi is a mad genius, that is why he can pull off anything. See also the goddamned imaginary friend Hitler kid movie.
 
2020-05-03 7:48:36 PM  
See also: Kevin Smith's experience writing Superman

Kevin Smith - Superman lives 1/2
Youtube Wo2KB1dEDdk
 
2020-05-03 7:57:09 PM  

ModernLuddite: See also: Kevin Smith's experience writing Superman

[YouTube video: Kevin Smith - Superman lives 1/2]


It's good that he knows his limitations. I like hearing him tell Hollywood stories. He seems like a cool guy to hang out with. But, man, he is not a good director and he hasn't improved at all in the decades he's been working. I'm glad his last movie did well, though.
 
2020-05-03 8:03:39 PM  
Good on him for realizing his limits. That's not a bad thing.
 
2020-05-03 8:13:06 PM  

The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.


I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.
 
2020-05-03 8:49:21 PM  

AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.


I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").
 
2020-05-03 9:11:36 PM  

Mugato: AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.

I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").


Hah, I did. I was giving it a score of zero out of ten.

It was just sad. I didnt even laugh. It was pathetic in a way. The last 20minutes was just stupid cameos filmed at a comic-con. There was no effort on that film.
 
2020-05-03 9:19:54 PM  

AsparagusFTW: Mugato: AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.

I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").

Hah, I did. I was giving it a score of zero out of ten.

It was just sad. I didnt even laugh. It was pathetic in a way. The last 20minutes was just stupid cameos filmed at a comic-con. There was no effort on that film.


Yeah and everyone looked so old. I mean I guess we all do compared to 1994 but everyone was just tired and going through the motions. I'm not saying that Clerks through Dogma were genius but there was a little intelligence and effort behind the writing. I died a little last night watching that.
 
2020-05-03 9:58:42 PM  
Will someone tell Scarlett Johansson that while I'm a huge fan, I just don't have the talent, tolerance, or patience to date her?

Some guy called "magistrate" says I'm not allowed to contact her anymore.
 
2020-05-03 10:04:17 PM  
thatguyoverthere70:

His self awareness is through the roof, and he's learned what his niche is. And although it means he makes more money as a commentator now it's what works for him.
 
2020-05-03 10:06:39 PM  

AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.


I enjoyed the Chris Hemsworth cameo. But yeah..
 
2020-05-03 10:12:25 PM  

browneye: optikeye: I can't blame him. The MCU has a 'playbook' that's 5 inches deep. About what you can and can not do and backstories that must be followed. And storylines piled out for years and years to come.

That kinda thing hamstrings all but the most workman like authors and directors. Smith kinda likes to riff on things on his own terms.

Then how does one explain Taika Waititi?  'Cause judging from all that's been written about his turn as director of Thor: Ragnarok, doesn't sound like Waititi paid much attention to that 5-inch playbook.


Feige has talked about this multiple times.

A director is allowed to color outside the lines and go off in a weird direction as long as it doesn't create problems for the overall arc.

Then they may (almost always) be given some plot points that serve the other films they need to hit.

Son the directors are given a lot of freedom within the overall framework.

Think if it as a programming sandbox. There are rules, but you are free to play
 
2020-05-03 10:15:53 PM  
Considering how much money Disney is losing because of the 'Rona, I wouldn't look for them to write any $200 million checks for new Marvel flicks any time soon anyway.
 
2020-05-03 10:16:24 PM  

browneye: Then how does one explain Taika Waititi? 'Cause judging from all that's been written about his turn as director of Thor: Ragnarok, doesn't sound like Waititi paid much attention to that 5-inch playbook.


"You're on a foreign planet. Nothing you do affects anything or anyone else on Earth. Go nuts."
 
2020-05-03 10:17:24 PM  

stoli n coke: Considering how much money Disney is losing because of the 'Rona, I wouldn't look for them to write any $200 million checks for new Marvel flicks any time soon anyway.


You don't think Disney is going to trade $200,000,000 for $800,000,00?

Are you daft?
 
2020-05-03 10:18:16 PM  
I feel ya Kev. My dog came to a similar decision when faced with a similar level of demand for his directorial services on the MCU.
 
2020-05-03 10:25:25 PM  

Mugato: AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.

I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").


I didn't think it was that bad, but I was its target audience (in that one of my first ever dates was taking a girl to see Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead and we held hands so it's something I remember with fondness).

Yes, all of Kevin's friends are getting old and unless you're a 90s slacker Gen-X geek who grew up on the View Askewniverse, the movie doesn't offer you much. It is very self-referential. I did like that it was woke while at the same time poking fun at wokeness. Kevin's daughter is not a great actress, however, and her friends didn't offer much in way of plot, but that's okay. This was a Jason & Kevin movie -- one last sentimental hurrah to their Hollywood colleagues in the wake of Kevin's near fatal heart attack so I enjoyed the reunion (sans Jeff Anderson, for some reason. That was a peculiar omission. Apparently he and Kevin had a falling out some years back but they made up just after this movie's release so now Clerks 3 is back on the docket).

Watch it just for Ben Affleck's single scene. He sums up the whole point of the movie while slyly digging into his own career path with expert aplomb.
 
2020-05-03 10:26:50 PM  
Why the fark would the MCU let Smith anywhere near them?  The whole movie would the lead characters sitting around making inside jokes with endless run-on sentences.
 
2020-05-03 10:26:54 PM  
Adding up all the budgets for every movie Kevin Smith has ever done and then multiple it by 10 and you'd probably still come short of most of the budgets for these movies.

It's not exactly his thing to do big budget movies.
 
2020-05-03 10:27:29 PM  

AsparagusFTW: Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.


Well, here's what YOU did wrong.  You watched it thinking it's a "movie"

I'm a fan, in that I like his earlier stuff (Clerks/Mallrats and I got a kick out of Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back)
I watched it, like you said, to 'relive my youth' and the only 'problem' (of two) with it, per se, was there was NOTHING new.
It was literally repeating the exact same jokes from the first one.

Now, I chuckled, saying "Ha, I remember that!" but in context of a real movie, meh, none of it made sense.  When they FIRST introduce Jay & Bob, and Jay runs out of the building and does the Wild Horses bit again.  It made no sense for hi to do that, other than for US to say "HEY!  I remember when he did that before!"

So I wasn't 'let down' on a bad movie level (like I was with, say, Jersey Girl).  It was cute to see the same things again but it was more a private joke for his fans and nothing more.

The other problem was Jay's false teeth (which I read was a result of his teeth rotting from drugs?  Don't know).  But his new teeth changed his face SO much it may have well been a different actor.

I'd say Zach & Miri is where he got into pot and lost his passion for making movies (another movie I enjoyed, but certainly wouldn't call a good movie)
 
2020-05-03 10:28:43 PM  
I don't want him to either.
 
2020-05-03 10:34:23 PM  

Ishkur: unless you're a 90s slacker Gen-X geek who grew up on the View Askewniverse, the movie doesn't offer you much.


No, I'm exactly in that target demo. I just wanted to see a little more than "Hey, remember this?". I hope Clerks 3 is a little better. Maybe he should lay off the weed or smoke more of it or something. His movies started getting bad about the same time as when he couldn't STFU about weed.
 
2020-05-03 10:37:06 PM  

ModernLuddite: See also: Kevin Smith's experience writing Superman

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/Wo2KB1dE​Ddk]


That there is movie producing 101. Well worth watching.
 
2020-05-03 10:45:50 PM  
I can't blame him.  It must be incredibly difficult to craft something so vanilla that is can be embraced by Disney and sold to an international market, but not so bland that the fans have a melt down over it.  I know that sounds like I'm shiatting on the MCU, but on the contrary I appreciate the deftness it takes to navigate between those pressures and still make something entertaining.
 
2020-05-03 10:49:33 PM  
Did he grow tired of Superman fondling his wife?
 
2020-05-03 10:52:38 PM  
It's so cute to read all of you folks shiatting in him while he's got a couple of thousand people watching him and Ralph Garmin on a Hollywood Babblle-On webcast as you advance your internet superiority go for it, kids!👍🏻
 
2020-05-03 11:13:54 PM  

sortarican: It's so cute to read all of you folks shiatting in him while he's got a couple of thousand people watching him and Ralph Garmin on a Hollywood Babblle-On webcast as you advance your internet superiority go for it, kids!👍🏻


Is that you Ben Afleck?
 
2020-05-03 11:14:25 PM  

Mugato: Ishkur: unless you're a 90s slacker Gen-X geek who grew up on the View Askewniverse, the movie doesn't offer you much.

No, I'm exactly in that target demo. I just wanted to see a little more than "Hey, remember this?". I hope Clerks 3 is a little better. Maybe he should lay off the weed or smoke more of it or something. His movies started getting bad about the same time as when he couldn't STFU about weed.


For the sake of his cardiac system I hope he does whatever he can to stay alive, including going Vegan. And yeah, the Goodbye Horses bit (not Wild Horse you philistine) didn't make much sense. At first I thought it was a distraction to help Jay and SB escape, but then they get captured anyway. So what was the point of that?

But again: This wasn't meant to be a major motion picture. It wasn't even given a release at all. This was Kevin Smith saying "I don't want Yoga Hosers to be my final movie".

Kevin doesn't know how much time he has left with his ailing ticker, so pulling some strings and getting the gang back together (along with a genuine message of loving someone more than you love yourself) was more about him than it was about the movie or even about his fans. Call it therapy if you will, but Kevin did burn a lot of bridges over his career and this movie showed that he practically mended all of them.

Kevin gave Affleck his big break, and then Affleck wouldn't return Kevin's calls for 15 years. So this shows how much it meant to Kevin to put Affleck in the climax of the movie with its most poignant message.

A lot of artists do that (see No Doubt's Return of Saturn, essentially a Gwen Steffani solo album that was not meant for public consumption). Sometimes they just have to make something for their own sake. Whether other people like it or not is completely inconsequential.

That doesn't make it a bad movie. But it does make it an unmistakably Kevin Smith one.
 
2020-05-03 11:23:48 PM  

Ishkur: Mugato: Ishkur: unless you're a 90s slacker Gen-X geek who grew up on the View Askewniverse, the movie doesn't offer you much.

No, I'm exactly in that target demo. I just wanted to see a little more than "Hey, remember this?". I hope Clerks 3 is a little better. Maybe he should lay off the weed or smoke more of it or something. His movies started getting bad about the same time as when he couldn't STFU about weed.

For the sake of his cardiac system I hope he does whatever he can to stay alive, including going Vegan. And yeah, the Goodbye Horses bit (not Wild Horse you philistine) didn't make much sense. At first I thought it was a distraction to help Jay and SB escape, but then they get captured anyway. So what was the point of that?

But again: This wasn't meant to be a major motion picture. It wasn't even given a release at all. This was Kevin Smith saying "I don't want Yoga Hosers to be my final movie".

Kevin doesn't know how much time he has left with his ailing ticker, so pulling some strings and getting the gang back together (along with a genuine message of loving someone more than you love yourself) was more about him than it was about the movie or even about his fans. Call it therapy if you will, but Kevin did burn a lot of bridges over his career and this movie showed that he practically mended all of them.

Kevin gave Affleck his big break, and then Affleck wouldn't return Kevin's calls for 15 years. So this shows how much it meant to Kevin to put Affleck in the climax of the movie with its most poignant message.

A lot of artists do that (see No Doubt's Return of Saturn, essentially a Gwen Steffani solo album that was not meant for public consumption). Sometimes they just have to make something for their own sake. Whether other people like it or not is completely inconsequential.

That doesn't make it a bad movie. But it does make it an unmistakably Kevin Smith one.


I've read the no contact between he and Affleck was Garner generated.
 
2020-05-03 11:25:22 PM  
What the heck MCU are you guys talking about?  There are so many.

These days I really like the STM32 family.  Based on embedded ARM cores, they're jam packed with peripherals, IO, on-chip memory and some even have configurable analog cores.  Their ICECube IDE is pretty nice too - instead of the traditional method of having to code up a bunch of config/initialization, the IDE provides a GUI pin configurator that chucks out all the init code for you.
 
2020-05-03 11:29:41 PM  
I enjoy most Kevin Smith movies. I do not enjoy them all. Which side of Fark am I supposed to stand on?

I also love this video (and song). Fark will not.

Dogleg - "Wartortle" (official music video)
Youtube sp5EKknWZO4
 
2020-05-03 11:33:56 PM  

AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.


It was embarrassingly bad as well as pointless.
 
2020-05-03 11:36:16 PM  

vans: Ishkur: Mugato: Ishkur: unless you're a 90s slacker Gen-X geek who grew up on the View Askewniverse, the movie doesn't offer you much.

No, I'm exactly in that target demo. I just wanted to see a little more than "Hey, remember this?". I hope Clerks 3 is a little better. Maybe he should lay off the weed or smoke more of it or something. His movies started getting bad about the same time as when he couldn't STFU about weed.

For the sake of his cardiac system I hope he does whatever he can to stay alive, including going Vegan. And yeah, the Goodbye Horses bit (not Wild Horse you philistine) didn't make much sense. At first I thought it was a distraction to help Jay and SB escape, but then they get captured anyway. So what was the point of that?

But again: This wasn't meant to be a major motion picture. It wasn't even given a release at all. This was Kevin Smith saying "I don't want Yoga Hosers to be my final movie".

Kevin doesn't know how much time he has left with his ailing ticker, so pulling some strings and getting the gang back together (along with a genuine message of loving someone more than you love yourself) was more about him than it was about the movie or even about his fans. Call it therapy if you will, but Kevin did burn a lot of bridges over his career and this movie showed that he practically mended all of them.

Kevin gave Affleck his big break, and then Affleck wouldn't return Kevin's calls for 15 years. So this shows how much it meant to Kevin to put Affleck in the climax of the movie with its most poignant message.

A lot of artists do that (see No Doubt's Return of Saturn, essentially a Gwen Steffani solo album that was not meant for public consumption). Sometimes they just have to make something for their own sake. Whether other people like it or not is completely inconsequential.

That doesn't make it a bad movie. But it does make it an unmistakably Kevin Smith one.

I've read the no contact between he and Affleck was Garner generated.


To add to this: Kevin and Affleck didn't even make up until a week before they were scheduled to shoot the scene. Kevin originally had something else scripted (with a Silent Bob break of character Chasing Amy moment), but when Affleck agreed to do it for a one day shoot, Kevin feverishly rewrote the scene while Affleck was literally on the plane ride over.
 
2020-05-04 12:33:12 AM  
In 10 years, everyone will say "Why did everyone like the Marvel movies? What were we all thinking?"

They're high-quality junk. Nothing particularly interesting ever happens. It's a lot of action, cliched dialogue with some throw-away humor, and plots that make zero sense.

The ONLY one that holds up is "Winter Soldier". The rest are just lots of noise. They started out pretty well with "Iron Man", but they couldn't resist the urge to go BIG AND LOUD AND GENERIC. Bleh.

Also, for the record, "Black Panther" is irredeemably terrible. I seriously don't understand how anyone can watch it and enjoy it.

/yeah, yeah, nobody asked me for my opinion
 
2020-05-04 12:50:43 AM  

Mugato: AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.

I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").


I punched out of it in 30 minutes. And I sat through the entirety of "Tusk."
 
2020-05-04 12:52:44 AM  

Mugato: AsparagusFTW: The Flexecutioner: I hope no one else wants him to as well.

I just saw his latest Jay and Silent Bob movie. It was on Prime so I thought, "Hey, relive my youth since I loved the first one."

Nope. There was 0 redeeming qualities. God was it bad. I don't think anyone could make a worse movie if they tried. It is a literal I live with my mom for me.

I watched it last night as well and I had the same reaction (although I think you got filter-owned). It was almost heartbreaking how horrible it was. The entire movie was just "I give up but remember the 1990s?").


I laughed a bit, but the production quality was horrible and the plot made even less sense than J&SBSB, which is saying a lot.

The bit where Justin Long stands up as their lawyer and walks over to the prosecutor chair was funny, but that entire scene felt like basically "look, it's Daryl, the kid from Jeepers Creepers, and Joe Manganiello!"
 
2020-05-04 12:53:42 AM  
realmolo:

Do you need a hug? Virtual, cuz of the Rona, natch
 
2020-05-04 1:47:13 AM  

sortarican: It's so cute to read all of you folks shiatting in him while he's got a couple of thousand people watching him and Ralph Garmin on a Hollywood Babblle-On webcast as you advance your internet superiority go for it, kids!👍🏻



Truly the measure of a great filmmaker is whether he can attract a tiny audience to a goofy podcast. That may be the saddest attempt at appeal-to-popularity white-knightin​g that I've ever seen.
 
2020-05-04 3:43:44 AM  

Sasquach: Will someone tell Scarlett Johansson that while I'm a huge fan, I just don't have the talent, tolerance, or patience to date her?

Some guy called "magistrate" says I'm not allowed to contact her anymore.


We live in troubled times, my friend.   The courts tell me to stay at least a hundred yards away from her but the CDC says that at least six feet is good enough, who do you listen to?
 
2020-05-04 4:23:06 AM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: sortarican: It's so cute to read all of you folks shiatting in him while he's got a couple of thousand people watching him and Ralph Garmin on a Hollywood Babblle-On webcast as you advance your internet superiority go for it, kids!👍🏻


Truly the measure of a great filmmaker is whether he can attract a tiny audience to a goofy podcast. That may be the saddest attempt at appeal-to-popularity white-knightin​g that I've ever seen.


It's not quite on the level of James Gunn talking smack to Martin Scorsese level of pathetic, but it's up there.
 
2020-05-04 4:34:17 AM  
Man, he made a few okay movies.
 
2020-05-04 4:50:27 AM  

browneye: Then how does one explain Taika Waititi?  'Cause judging from all that's been written about his turn as director of Thor: Ragnarok, doesn't sound like Waititi paid much attention to that 5-inch playbook.


Thor 1 was the least-successful of the Avengers solo movies, often considered the worst by critics and with the least-impressive (though still Disney-sized) box office of the lot except for maybe Hulk.

Thor 2 was considered the worst sequel to a solo movie of the lot, hands-down, and to add insult to injury was one of the more expensive ones they financed on the assumption of guaranteed success.

So... basically Disney was on the verge of just ditching the Thor line entirely and none of their pet directors wanted to be attached to it.  Waititi was, in essence, the guy that volunteered for a post nobody already inside the company wanted who didn't really consider it risky because it was expected to fail anyhow.  He made the argument that because the previous movies weren't well-received they studio should do something completely different, and unsurprisingly the suits found that convincing.

Don't expect Love and Thunder to be as hands-off or, y'know, good, basically.  It's going to back to a focus group backseat directing every decision on that one and at best it's going to be a somewhat more soulless clone of III that's still fun to watch but doesn't really add anything (e.g. GotG 2).

// Kevin Smith's entire charm is how much he half-asses things, bringing the audience in on the absurdity of the behind-the-scenes of the movie-making process is a big part of "the joke" with most of his movies.  Trying to work for Disney would probably get him farking murdered, they're so delicate about their reputation and hiding all the strings that they make snowflakes look like glaciers.
 
2020-05-04 5:57:20 AM  
Maybe he can do a short of the team talking and cursing, a lot.

/loves me some Smith though
 
2020-05-04 6:02:15 AM  
I honestly think Kevin's lane as a rotating director for the Arrowverse shows is where he should stay. He's done a decent job and the cast/crew seem to genuinely like him. It's decent, steady income and he gets to do what he loves.
 
2020-05-04 6:19:28 AM  
EighthDay:

"The bit where Justin Long.."

This I have to address, because it almost made me switch to something, ANYTHING, with no Justin Long. When was that motherf*cker ever a part of the Askewverse? Who gave a shiat about Justin Long, ever? It's a testament to how much goodwill I feel for the entertainment Smith has provided me over the years that I put myself through watching that no-talent assclown.
 
2020-05-04 6:25:03 AM  
"Don't expect Love and Thunder to be as hands-off or, y'know, good, basically.  It's going to back to a focus group"

I knew that when they decided to bring back Natalie Portman back. Sorry, but she's the female Jared Leto as far I'm concerned, as in: I ain't paying movie ticket prices to watch her contempt for the material AND the audience. F*ck that shiat.
I won't abide Natalie Portman
 
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