Seen them a few times. Wayne is an incredibly entertaining front man, albeit a very average singer at times. Steven Drozd is very musically gifted.Seeing the flaming lips tonight at Hammer Hall, apparently they put on a great live show so super keen. Loved them for over 20 years and im finally getting to see them live. Tick them off the bucket list.
Japanese for dinner too(at Kisume). Im getting spoiled.
95% of it doesn’t even seem like it’s a comic book movie. Which it wasn’t intended to be anyway, only a few references and character names here and there remind you that it’s set in the Batman lore.Saw it today. Phoenix is phenomenal. I liked that it didn’t feel forced into making it fit into that whole Batman universe.
So who's the better Joker Glen? Ledger or Phoenix.95% of it doesn’t even seem like it’s a comic book movie. Which it wasn’t intended to be anyway, only a few references and character names here and there remind you that it’s set in the Batman lore.
I've been on holiday ... what is going on?
I never really get involved in these types of comparisons, the two incarnations are so different that they’re actually incomparable. It’s like asking me which is my favourite Joker storey line from his ~80 year history. I appreciate many of them and enjoy the depictions for what they’re trying to do.So who's the better Joker Glen? Ledger or Phoenix.
I haven't seen The Joker yet but it's will a tall task to get anywhere near Heath's performance.
JW 2 and 3 are decent but original John Wick is a modern day action classic. It's entered the realms of all time best action films with stuff like Die Hard etc it's that good.Recently watched the first John Wick movie. And just finished the second. Really enjoying them. It’s like a modern day Commando movie, the sh*t he’s able to do with such minimal damage suffered and the body count he leaves behind is ridiculous.
He gets run over by a car in the sequel, twice actually. But gets up, walks it off, and continues with his headshot kills. Just sensational viewing.