How It Should Have Ended (2005– )
I love how they always bring up plot holes and weak points that leave you saying, "Oh yeah, that was dumb." And they even find a perfect opportunity to rip on all the previous cinematic versions of Spider-Man, and those yet to come. Anyways, check it out below:
The post Votd: How ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Should Have Ended appeared first on /Film.
How it Should Have Ended says this short initially started out as a two-minute video for the South by Southwest Game Awards this spring, but it was so good they extended it to just over four minutes.
It’s a brilliantly choreographed bit of stop-motion, beginning with something pretty similar to the fight we got in Rogue One before escalating. A lot. You can watch it below:
As played by Donnie Yen, Chirrut is a human, blind from birth, who lives in Jedha City, a holy place for the Jedi, on the moon of Jedha. He seems like a wise, old preacher at first, spouting the ways of The Force, but when confronted with danger Chirrut quickly reveals himself to be a strong and skilled fighter, even
The post Votd: How ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Should Have Ended appeared first on /Film.
The post Votd: How ‘The Lego Batman Movie’ Should Have Ended appeared first on /Film.
James Mangold’s ruddy excellent and R-rated western effectively delivered on those lofty expectations early last month, wrapping up Wolverine’s saga in a way that was both bittersweet and, ultimately, deeply satisfying to those viewers who have followed Hugh Jackman’s X-Men saga for the past 17 years. Much of that can be attributed to both Patrick Stewart and newcomer Dafne Keen, who turned in show-stopping performances as Charles Xavier and the tenacious Laura/X-23, respectively.
After spending much of Logan on the run from nefarious forces (read: Transigen and those dastardly Reavers), Wolverine’s harrowing journey takes him to North Dakota, where
The post Votd: How ‘Logan’ Should Have Ended (As If It Could Have Been Better) appeared first on /Film.
If you are curious as to why we made this, well the answer was Logan already ends pretty beautifully. When talking about flaws our biggest hang up in the film was stopping to have dinner with the family. That's the point where everything goes bad, so really that's where Logan should've put his foot down. Then Chris' cousins called him up one day saying "We just heard the Les Misérables finale in the car and were laughing about how similar it is to the end of Logan." So we watched the scene and started giggling at the possibilities.
Is This How Logan Really Should Have Ended?
Playing off of Hugh Jackman's musical theater background, the YouTube series sets the Logan finale to music from Les Miserables — and good lord, though this is a comedy YouTube series, it's surprisingly emotional.
And there's a special bonus at the end, giving people the onscreen X-Men collaboration they've been clamoring for.
This is going to be a brief post, and a first for me, as the video I’m about to share with you I haven’t actually seen, but it was recommended to me by my editor, so I have every faith it’s worth your while.
The reason I haven’t seen it is because this video deals with the hypothetical of how Rogue One should have ended. I haven’t seen Rogue One yet — I live in the Tundra, long story — but I am eagerly awaiting the home release and have somehow managed to hear nothing of the film’s actual end, despite my job and everyone I ever talk to, so I certainly don’t want to spoil it now with a hypothetical.
But you don’t have that problem, or likely you wouldn’t have clicked here, and
Side note: what is it with these YouTube shows trying to come up with "funny" song parodies all of a sudden? They do it at the end of this video, and it's a big part of this movie's Honest Trailer, too. Weird. Anyway, let us know if you dig this in the comments below.
IMDb.com, Inc. takes no responsibility for the content or accuracy of the above news articles, Tweets, or blog posts. This content is published for the entertainment of our users only. The news articles, Tweets, and blog posts do not represent IMDb's opinions nor can we guarantee that the reporting therein is completely factual. Please visit the source responsible for the item in question to report any concerns you may have regarding content or accuracy.