Discussion in 'Animation, Movies, TV' started by Jahona, Oct 3, 2016.
I thik this is the beginning of a new trilogy
You can't really start a new trilogy 5 movies in unless it was a reboot.
Like the new Spider-Man.
With that it would be the 6th cause I'm pretty sure there was supposed to be an Amazing Spider-Man 3 that got cancelled.
But it was cancelled (along with the 4th Amazing Spider-Man, and Sinister 6, and apparently a Young Aunt May movie), so it's the 5th.
The new Spider-Man is the 6th movie, the first 3 being the Sam Raimi trilogy and then the 2 Amazing Spider-Man films.
Whoops, that's what I meant, yes. I originally meant that the new Spider-man was beginning a new trilogy with 5 other films behind it.
I'm really looking forward to this.
The trailer looks good and I have enjoyed the other 4 movies which I have only seen 1 of them in the theaters. I may see this in the theaters if it fits into my schedule. I do like Orlando Bloom so that is a big plus.
So initial reviews are fairly positive. One of the reviews I read was saying how it felt like the franchise got it's bearings back and felt more like the first two movies did.
This one's also known as Salazar's Revenge right?
And suddenly I'm having flashbacks to Disney nixxing the female villain for Iron Man 3.
Critics are trashing this movie.
Also, I don't think i've read a single review that likes the two new romantic leads.
Yes. Outside the U.S.
Was 'Dead Men Tell No Tales' taken?
I doubt it. Probably a marketing strategy. Maybe because the phrase 'Dead Men Tell No Tales' is well known along with the rides here in the U.S. and not so much around the world. That's my guess.
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