The Avengers theme was used to accompany really epic and awesome moments in the first movie. I hate how it's utilized during relatively small and insignificant scenes in Infinity War, basically as often as they could use it just because it's recognizable, resulting in a kind of ridiculous and cheap effect.
You know, it's amusingly funny to see the Nostalgia Critic trying to sell movies like The Mummy (the one with Brendan Fraser) and Van Helsing as disliked by the general audience when that's so not the case.
Haven't delved into the New Lands section of the Skyrim Nexus in a long time. Holy crap the number of expansion-sized mods with new territory and quests is unbelievable. And I thought I couldn't get any more enjoyment out of the game.
The werewolf transformation in An American Werewolf in London remains one of the best ever filmed. But I'm sorry, the creature's design itself is pretty luckluster in my opinion. Never been a fan of the full wolf appearance, and that movie's version, I find particularly corny on top of that.
So people's first impressions about The Predator are that it's got a funny tone, there's no tension, it's funny, story's all over the place, characters are cringy, and it's funny. Movie's been delayed to October 11 here so I can't see it yet, but if all that's true, good job Shane Black. I was worried about his talk of wanting to "reinvent the franchise" and all that crap but I tried to keep optimistic. Sigh.