Every so often, a sequel to a popular film creates unintended continuity problems that discredit or ignore major plot points from it’s predecessor. Usually it’s not a big deal, and these oversights go unnoticed by many – but not to me
ARTICLE ARCHIVE: Rants
So it looks like it’s time for that discussion again – let’s talk about spoilers. Or rather, when is it appropriate to openly post about them? It’s all very subjective. Do you wait until an episode has aired?
On occasion, we find ourselves watching or reading about antagonists (a.k.a. “bad guys”) who are far more fun than the heroes they’re struggling against. But sometimes an antagonist receives far more sympathy than they really deserve.
So there’s a new Fantastic Four movie on the horizon. It’s going to suck. This has absolutely nothing to do with the casting, and everything to do with the story.
Han Solo is a horrible human being. He was wholly deserving of his fate at the end of Empire and not worthy of his rescue in Jedi. Preparing for nerd rage in 3, 2, 1.