I agree that he can be a little hit or miss. Pacific Rim is surprisingly awesome. Crimson Peak was visually nice, but otherwise just sort of okay. I'm looking forward to seeing The Shape of Water, though.
He'd probably demand too much budget. That's apparently the reason Hellboy 3 is never going to happen.
Now why do you have to go ahead and remind us that the movie even exist? I learned my lesson watching the last movie, with the ****ing dinosaur, and as far as I'm concerned that is where that movie franchise just ends
I thought it was really bad. Because it was just more of the same cliches, awkward one-liners that didn't really land, and extended sequences of giant robots just tumbling around while everything falls apart around them. I also found the young girl, who I think is supposed to be spunky yet endearing, to be extremely annoying. And Anthony Hopkins' character seemed to switch between crazy and sane from scene to scene. Thee movie also contradicts its own canon, established during these films, more than once.
The only upsides to the film were that it implies a certain character I despise is dead, and I thought the flashback Bumblebee stuff was interesting. And the Bumblebee clip is probably on youtube by now, so people can skip the film and just watch that.
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