He says he spends $1200 for lessons for his wife.
They are establishing what an asshole he is, and why his wife would gravitate towards Dale.
I think the implication of that scene is that Derek’s wife is getting the lessons, not him. Derek seems to be extremely confident in his singing ability.
That’s one hell of a perspective.
Far from the opening of the movie, but very good point!
I have never heard this movie referred to as James Schamus' Hulk, always Ang Lee's Hulk. Ang Lee was the director after all.
You wouldn’t like me when I’m Ang Lee.
Edit: credit where credit is due:
Edit 2: glad you’re all enjoying this so much. Been following Stewart Lee for years. He’s so good. Check out his Comedy Vehicle series (might be on Netflix / BBC iplayer).
As an aside, Richard Herring is also fantastic. Lee and Herring used to be a double act back in the day. Richard Herring is probably best know for RHLSTP - search YouTube for almost endless hilarity.
This is my favorite movie to showcase how I believed Hulk would jump, run, and smash things
Yeah, for all it's flaws, no other movie has quite captured the overwhelming power and energy of the character. That thing Ruffalo did to Loki? This Hulk did that to a tank.
Edit: Smh at all the people who think Loki is heavier than a tank. Either way, the feat isn't what I'm praising. It's the spectacle.
The details of both movies are cloudy, but you might be right.
I really hope Toy Story 4 isn't just a pointless cashgrab. The series could've ended perfectly with number 3 so making a 4th one is pretty risky
No, that's just how good animation got between films.
Edit: This was a joke. The animation did get better over the trilogy, but obviously that is wallpaper. You guys need to loosen up before you stroke out.
Its almost like they intended that to be a nice circular way to end the series..
No matter the version, no matter the movie or tv show. That poor man will never get to enjoy his ice cream.
“Oh so they used a 747 instead of an alien ship what’s the big de- OH SHIT yeah that wouldn’t be good.”
I love hearing about the sheer amount of stuff that had to be changed or thrown out in the weeks and months after 9/11.
It would’ve been interesting to see the day after 9/11 when everyone’s running to the studio telling everyone to not send out anything and that a lot is about to be cut.
I would say identical. Good catch
I know right? I was watching Up, found an easter egg of Muntz saying "Surprise Me" when presented a menu, decided to go rewatch Ratatouille saw this dish, then rewatched the dinner scene, and realized... wait....
It’s possible Pixar animators reused the dish to save time. That’s not uncommon or unreasonable in animation. What’s amazing is how sharp an eye you have.
Probably the same model re-used to save time on modelling a new meal model.
Things we can afford: Gigantic megadome with thousands of staff working around the clock.
Things we can't afford: Pop music.
More like it's safe music, not for rights, but for any influence on Truman. Don't want him hearing a song about sailing, and then wanting to sail. Or getting his kicks on Rt 66.
To be fair, they probably blew all their money on the former.
If they had contemporary music, I imagine a hip-hop song with a lyric like "Livin in my TV like Truman / Got me feelin less than human" would have accidentally played.
I have a long-running theory that's been pretty accurate so far, so I could type a whole lot about this.
Long story mildly short, though, is that this was the instance in which the fight lasted long enough and the right people were snapped to cause the chain reaction that warned Fury of the danger (remember that car that nearly hit theirs, and the helicopter that reinforced the imminent threat?) so he could send a message to Captain Marvel, and at the same time, Ant-Man would be in the Quantum Realm, safe and spared. Both have the power to traverse other dimensions and could theoretically alter the course of history. Not a ret-con so much as 'find a way to warn past-us and let us prepare for Thanos' arrival.'
The truth is, no outcome was an immediate victory. The only winning move was to lose in a very, very specific way.
For the "end game"
If the only reason was to save Tony, he would have done it before the fight. It was a play for time. It's all about time with the ol' Mister Doctor.
Why though...I know I'm late typ this one, just watched this movie on a flight for the first time, but why did he hand it over? Seems illogical.
I feel like that tweet is going to be in history books in 40 decades.
400 years? Lol
Despite the negative press, this is a great detail
We're living in what will be known as the Covfefe age. It's what follows the information age.
Did this happen often during WW2 or any other wars? If so, that's really fucking depressing.
There was an american sub that sank a japanese transport, thinking they were japanese troops, the crew shot the people who swam out of the ship. It was a prisoners transport.
That's... like.... the weirdest thing to notice... I'm impressed
was watching cinema sins for the movie and it caught my eye :)
Except it definitely does