source: screenrant.comOriginally Posted by ‘Skyfall’ Director Says He Was Inspired By ‘The Dark Knight’
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I'm pretty much done going to the movies for the rest of 2012. However, the Hobbit by Peter Jackson looks really good.
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^About the Skyfall subject, aside from the stolen plot points from the Batman trilogy and lack of originality there really isn't much else you could take away from this film that changes people's outlook on this movie from to a positive to negative perspective.
Well my brother and a friend of his weren't that pleased as well and I highly doubt it's because they saw similarities to other movies. Let's not generalize peoples opinions to plot similarities.
Anyways, I don't actually think the movie was bad, if anything I did enjoy it. I just couldn't help but notice the overwhelming amount of "inspiration" from the dark knight.
Twilight kicked Skyfall off the top spot on the Box Office this past weekend...141 million dollars huh. I hate Twilight with a burning passion
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Bruce Willis has been busy this year! Looper and another Die Hard movie coming out soon I'm so excited.
Last edited by BASED Shinigami; November 19, 2012 at 01:00 AM.
I prefer to *not hate* twilight. I mean, I haven't watched any of it so i don't really care- no time of mine was lost, and no brain cells were fried.
MOre like, Meh. It just exists. Like Justin Bieber.
unless... I go for a twilight marathon one of these days- when I'm high on [bleep].
This will be the last movie won't it? Let's wait and let it rest until the next idocy comes around.
well this should ease your mind
I've already seen a teaser poser for the next Stephenie Meyer.
Seen some of his interviews before, he really did take a turn from the second movie on. haha
Haven't seen "Skyfall" yet, but I was told it's the best bond film in the last 10 years. Personally for me, the last bond film I went to the theaters to see was "Goldeneye" and for me, that was a classic. May have to see "Skyfall" to see if it lives up to the hype.
I liked the "Dark Knight", but it's overhyped and just made a lot of money. I get the business of it all.
Better than putting your cinema money into something like Twilight. :P Every movie is made to make money, so no problem with promoting something great, when you get the chance to broaden the viewer base.