Really - you're going to play the semantics card?
A lot of the time you've had reasonable taste in films, which is why I find your opinion of Rogue One perplexing. Has it just been so long that good movies have come out as major productions that you've forgotten what they look like? It's okay...
I'm not sure this is the right thread, but I'll put it here anyway.
What bothers me about Monsanto and what continually makes people distrustful about them is that they have consistently proven time and time again that they are predatory in nature. Take what's happening in Tanzania right now as...
I guess not everyone is looking at the same sources as Lawrence Solomon of the Financial Times.
(that's tongue in cheek btw) It took me about 5 seconds of a google search to find out who he is and what his views are... why don't you give that a try?
I hope we can at least agree that it's "twenty forty-nine" and not "two-thousand forty-nine". People who still say "two-thousand sixteen" do my head in. Did you walk around saying "nineteen hundred and ninety-nine"?
The main character was completely flat! Wow. Other than her daddy issue and a token romantic hint with an equally unimpressive cardboard cut out at the end, there was nothing to her. This is what passes for movies these days.
However, the Darth Vader fucking ninja scene was worth the viewing.
Well on its nose it seems like it has no explanation. But when you look at the original movie "Westworld" which was followed by "Futureworld", it implies that there are multiple theme parks and narratives. I think the samurai fighting scene was alluding to that. I thought there was a point in...