Discussion in 'Games, Movies & Sports' started by quinnmac000, Dec 18, 2017.
Produced by Peter Jackson
Based off the besting selling Mortal Engines Quartet Book series
Gosh that looks TERRIBLE
I think it looks visually stunning and I know for a fact they haven't spoiled anything in this trailer.
I've already seen this movie.
The visuals aren't an issue; the story seems incredibly generic.
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Yeah this is gonna bomb. Hard.
Even if it’s a good movie, the whole thing just seems mismarketed. A great ad campaign can make a movie a must-see.
I hope Hollywood learns to make better trailers and advertising. The trailers from the 90s and early 00s were awesome!
Domestic in the US, I'm sure it will but this will do extremely well in South America and Asia. This style an story are what Chinese/Japanese/Koreans are really into.
So this movie isn’t terrible! I liked it a lot, definitely would watch a sequel, the first 20 minutes suck you in to the story, the characters are likable and the visuals are amazing! People should definitely see this movie!
It was really good visually but i hated the dialogue of the film.
But a box office disaster, regardless of the merits.
Why they decided it was a good idea to release it when Aquaman was coming out is enough of a head scratcher. But the same weekend as Aquaman, Bumblebee, Mary Poppins Returns AND multiple award contenders? They hung this film out to dry worse than when Disney opened the Winnie the Pooh animated film alongside Deathly Hallows Part 2.
Universal only financied 25% of the film so they aren't really losing that much from the film so they don't really mind in the long run
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