- May 3, 2020
You've got a point, there. Thankfully I'm not too in to the whole Superhero films, at least not enough to see them all. I've enjoyed things like Deadpool a ton, but the Avengers movies never got me racing to the cinemas. Infinity War was really good, though. Especially Josh Brolin as Thanos.Prefer anime series which falls into TV-shows category.
If anime doesn't count then I prefer standalone Hollywood movies.
Me coming back to this thread to dunk on movies one more time:
You've got a point, there. Thankfully I'm not too in to the whole Superhero films, at least not enough to see them all. I've enjoyed things like Deadpool a ton, but the Avengers movies never got me racing to the cinemas. Infinity War was really good, though. Especially Josh Brolin as Thanos.
Good shout. Nolan's Batman movies were dope. I did think Dark Knight Rises was the weakest one, but Tom Hardy was great as Bane. The Dark Knight set a hard bar to reach, just so many good performances. Also love how they included a Heat inspired heist scene. Might be one of my favourite movie openings ever.I can relate, I'm not really into superhero franchises either. But I did like Nolans Batman trilogy and the recent Joker movie.
Aside from the occasional movie night, I have actually been moving in the same direction too. More YouTube than Twitch though. A lot of streamers don't appeal to me, and there is generally a lot of downtime and dull moments during a stream. Plus, the chat can be annoying at times. YouTube has so much good content for free. You can sink so many hours in to it.neither. i watch twitch and youtube
I used to not mind when I was younger, but now I can't justify putting so much time in to a show anymore. It has to be really good. Most shows just don't hit that bar for me, sadly. I don't think many shows that have come out of Netflix original library has made me feel that way. It's usually shows like Breaking Bad, Chernobyl and True Detective from other networks that have grabbed me.Movies, mainly because TV shows are such a time commitment nowadays when there’s so many.
Also, it’s all too common for TV shows to drag on just to ride the wave of success and/or change drastically halfway down the road. I realize it’s almost impossible to have the entire series planned out from the start, but I hate to commit to a series just to see everything I liked about it fall apart.
Time is my main concern, anyway. You can watch 10+ movies in the time it takes to watch a season of any TV show.