Hm. Well it probably boils down to how well it's written, then. But given that they put the guy who f*cked up the Star Trek franchise at the helm of this, I don't see that prospect boding well for the future of Star Wars.
From a parallel universe, Yoda has traveled.
When nine hundred thirty years old you are, and a different timeline from, look as good you will not.
Excitement. Adventure. Continuity. Hmmph. A Jedi craves not these things.
My ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Franchise creates it, makes it grow. Its profits surround us and bind us. Luminous characters are we, not this crude screenplay. You must feel the Force around you; here, between you, me, the set, the director, the intern holding the boom mike, everywhere, yes.
Lens flare. Lens flare, you must learn lens flare!
The problem with arguing about the new Star Trek movies is that both sides are correct. If only Zack Snyder had directed them, then everyone would be able to agree that they are horrible, and anyone claiming to like them could be quietly eliminated.
Richard Donner's Superman laid the foundation for all superhero flicks. Tim Burton's Batman films are two of my all-time favorite movies. I cannot understand how Warner Brothers, who owns these two characters, has fallen so low as to give them both to a hack director like Snyder. It's like the studio just gave up after Bryan Singer's Supe-reboot, and said "screw it, let's find a director who will work cheap".
Also, is anyone else getting 3-4 random friend requests daily on Steam lately? I have no idea who the hell these people are so I just block em. Never had this issue until the past few weeks, no idea what prompted it.
... have some scraps.
Please don't go. The lurkers need you. They look up to you.