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Dalton Westmoore

Member Since 01 Nov 2014
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In Topic: moving Wicktures that you are watching

Yesterday, 07:53 PM

Except Thor 3 was amazing so stop


Dude, I wasn't criticizing the movie, I was criticizing the fact that Hollywood can never make a good movie about religion/mythology these days.


Because it either has to be a good movie, or follow the source material, and Thor 3 clearly made its choice.

In Topic: Dalton's Assorted Artwork and Random Stuff

Yesterday, 01:36 PM

Here's some Art from last year that I've been meaning to post:










I'm not sure if I'll upload anything on Saturday, since I've been helping out with renovations at our church and getting back with just enough time to get ready for my shift at Chick-fil-a. 


But anyways, Comments, Critiques, and Suggestions are always appreciated! 

In Topic: SSLF's #1 Reylo Shipping Thread, feat. Star Wars

Yesterday, 12:40 PM

I'm just trying to figure out what Snouke is. :D


EDIT: Oh, I just realized that its Snoke and Luke.


Ocelot, you have problems.

In Topic: SSLF's #1 Reylo Shipping Thread, feat. Star Wars

Yesterday, 09:44 AM



I can't tell if this is a joke post or not.

In Topic: moving Wicktures that you are watching

17 January 2018 - 09:29 PM

So you were angry about Wonder Woman butchering Greek mythology, but the complete and total merciless devastation of Norse mythology in Thor: Rangarok is fine?


Oh, that's an easy answer: It's because I know more about Greek Mythology.


That honestly isn't a joke.


I bet that if I knew as much about Norse Mythology as you and Scorp do, then I would have left the theater seething with rage. The problem is that I don't know that much about Norse Mythology, besides some random gods, monsters, and a few myths. It's what Hollywood is counting on: the majority of people going to see the movie aren't going to see an accurate representation of Norse Mythology, they're going to watch Thor hit things with a hammer.


Yes, there are a lot of problems with the mythology in the film, like:




But the same argument could be made for the previous two Thor films. I'm sure that those were both infuriating for you guys, but at least they weren't as bad as the Marvel Cartoons, where Ymir is alive and running around. You know, the Father of all Giants that Odin and his brothers created the world out of?


Let's just agree that Religion/Mythology is unadaptable. Movies made based off of them are rarely good, and are either mediocre or flaming garbage fires.