All Hail Megatron Sep13

All Hail Megatron

This happened earlier today. INT. ELEVATOR – DAY BILLY and VIOLET are riding the elevator with a MOM and her 8-year old SON. The son notices Billy’s shirt. SON MOM! That man is wearing a DECEPTICON shirt! MOM Don’t yell, dear. You’re going to scare the baby. Violet is unfazed, as usual. SON But Mom, the Decepticons are the bad guys! (To Billy) Do you know you’re wearing a Decepticon shirt?! BILLY Yes. SON Did Megatron trick you into wearing that? BILLY No. SON But the Decepticons are the bad guys! BILLY I work for Megatron. SON He’s going to kill you. The Decepticons are the bad guys! You should switch to the Autobots! The elevator door opens. Billy and Violet get off. BILLY The Decepticons are heroes. Optimus Prime and his Autobots are the real bad guys. SON No! MOM I think you just blew his mind. BILLY All hail Megatron. The elevator door closes. Did this make you laugh? If so, please support Tuesday Night movies by shopping at through our Amazon link. You can even buy your own Decepticon shirt...

Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice – Review Sep13

Batman Vs Superman: Dawn of Justice – Review...

Going into Superman vs. Batman: Dawn of Justice, I had no time for the haters. I wrote off the detractors as people either still upset about Man of Steel or who haven’t seen anything Ben Affleck has been in since Daredevil. As an unapologetic Ben Affleck fan, I was psyched for Batfleck! You can keep your 15 year-old “You were da bomb in Phantoms!” joke. I love Ben Affleck. I love Batman. Get me to this movie. I still remember seeing the trailer for Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice and being legitimately excited. The commercial made the movie look awesome. But I guess if you show only the 30 most exciting seconds of a movie, you can make the most boring movie look awesome. And that’s just what they did. Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice commits the most heinous crime that an action movie can commit: It is boring. I’m talking seriously boring. Fall asleep on your couch watching it boring. When I was watching the movie, I turned to a friend and said, “I feel like we’re just watching wheels spin.” He turned back to me and said, “That would mean the wheels were moving.” So much of the movie is expository, and it’s not even interesting exposition. The most disappointing thing is how much potential the movie had to be good. At its core, Batman Vs. Superman can be described as Batman doesn’t think too highly of Superman after the climatic battle in Man of Steel. Lex Luthor uses this to get Superman and Batman to fight each other. But Wonder Woman gets the heroes to unite, because they need to stop a bigger threat down the road in the name of Darkseid. I would pay to see this movie. This is the...