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13 thoughts on “(PART 2!) WHAT THE SNYDER CUT MEANS FOR HOLLYWOOD AND FANDOM. ROBSERVATIONS Season Two #422

  1. Rob you should do a documentary on Raymond Burr, Nick Adams and Russ Tamblyn and their work on Kaiju films. Call it "Americans in Monsterland."
    This should be an RMB Production.

  2. I think a major problem with BvS was the marketing. It was made to seem like some badass fight movie but in reality it’s a slow burn thought piece. There’s not much action until way later in the film and is more of a philosophical piece where you really do need to be paying attention to the dialogue and visual cues. I’d say it’s like Jokers tone. With that said, even with little action on the beginning, Rob makes a great point that I agree strongly with. The film feels epic. Synder makes shots and scene look grand and really evokes a Greek myth feel with his films. I didn’t get that felling with JL so that’s what I’m really looking forward to seeing in his cut. That epic mythological bigger than life feel

  3. Real Synder version of JL was never made. This will be Synder's version of WB's JL

  4. I do appreciate Rob without Campea, since here he is actually given a chance to speak. Been finding really hard to watch Campea after that Pattison workout rant. Anyway. Sorry. Thanks for the content Mr. Burnett.

  5. The Grand! That (and the Alderwood) were my theaters growing up. Earliest movie I remember seeing there was Masters of the Universe in 87. As Bobby mentioned, it's no longer there… but the memories will live on.

  6. Wow that Joker observation is fascinating!!! Didn’t even think of that!!

  7. Damn I'm super bummed I put 2 superchats on the show you switched to using the different superchats. Guess I'll have to try again later 😢

  8. The ONLY guy from Collider that genuinely made me stay and watch.

    Love your input Rob, always insightful and elegantly put.

  9. Joker theory makes no sense. Heath died so we'll never know what Nolan planned next. I doubt it.

  10. The Grande Cinema Alderwood is no more. The newer AMC Alderwood and Regal Alderwood are much nicer. I think you will enjoy the fourth episode of Gallery: The Mandaloian.

  11. Bane committed fraud to bankrupt billionaire Bruce Wayne. Billionaires don't go broke overnight, and after months of being in that prison, that situation would've been reversed by the time he got out since the fraud was obvious. Also, the guy who turned himself into Batman is suddenly questioned as to how he got back to Gotham? He's Batman! That's the least of his obstacles. Anyone in that adjacent city near the prison would bend over backwards to help a world-famous billionaire. We didn't need to see it. And who's to say that fire symbol hadn't been there for years? None of these things are worth diminishing the the film over.

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