As soon as the autistic kid appears setting up chessboards after they've been knocked over with his emphasis on the pieces being in their EXACT places, you KNOW it's as good as a Disney. MIAS is quite correct, the "Dirty Dozen" cast is pathetic. I'd go as far to say this is probably the final nail in the Predator franchise.
Spot on Ace. I would amazed if there is another Predator film after this unadulterated shytefest debacle which has totally buried the franchise.
Honestas non est optimum consilium est: consilium non solum est.
I've been thinking about the series today. I still hadn't watched it. Maybe I will because I have the heart to watch the films. I really think Predator is an really hitting the wall representing an 80 film because while everything is there, hard-man movie, great special effects, Arnie vs Alien character, they've somehow made it look as natural to watch and that really bothers me. Yeah I like it but, wow amazing. I mean that's my thoughts from the trailer.
I seem to forget that the 80s, where everyone wasn't as domestic as they used to be with our sights on smartphones and internet, having to go out there, travel on the widest roads to get what we wanted, I'm taking a wild guess that Predator really changed and showed against people the idea of predator and I'll be looking forward to watching the entire boxset soon enough.
Knowing Arnie and his early days of film and maybe why he appeared in those... like his documentary Pumping Iron and Conan the Barbarian and how that was his fun. I really wish I was in that movie now but I was too young then.
I mean unlike the first Terminator film, where the street were maybe that having an idea who and what a stalker looked like and there was Arnie normally seen as someone, a woman wanted and in that film, he was playing the bad guy (like a stalker) when Reese, the solider who maybe is portrayed as a stalker but is the hero (he played a stalker in the movie The Fan prior to being in Terminator) before the movie ended. this was way before Terminator 2, which clearly became the movie everyone loved, used to cover up the ideas in the first film because of the every growing population and people running around who could easily hike onto what looks good. Makes me wonder how the ideas in Predator were hidden underneath it all.