Is there some rule against editing posts later on? I never erased anything and instead of adding another post I just tacked it on the end of that one. You have a problem with that, than too bad. This is the last time I'm addressing that argument here so if you want to be an ass about it then PM me.
oh I know how Hollywood works. It's got plenty of problems
I did see the TDKR and for the most part I liked it. The cinematography was great as well as the editing. Most of the characters were good as well. That being said, there were a lot of things that bugged me. I didn't like the total disregard for time and silly actions of the villians. Also, the plan used to bring down Bruce Wayne was just silly. I like JGL's character although I didn't like "Catwoman". She was all too predictable and the whole innocent to edgy bit got old reeeeally fast. Plus, she was nothing but 1-liners and one of the worst love interests ever.
Because you should hire the best people/team for the job. If you have the funds to get the best in the industry and put together a solid production than your film shouldn't suck. Also, i never said you need a lot of money to make a great film.
I've known about Chick-fil-a's stance for years. Yes I've had their food on an extremely rare occasion, but it's been awhile. My thought is basically fuck em and fuck their sandwiches. Over rated anyways. I say kudos to the protesters for telling it like it is, chick-fil-a is run by a bunch of assholes.