If you look hard enough, you'll see someone arguing that a Jedi holds his lightsaber two inches too low to the ignition touch and it's unbelievable. Or a clear hint that Jedi in question is leaning toward the Dark Side. Your pick.
In case you didn't guess from my Icon, I'm may or may not have watched Prince Caspian again recently.
This is still my favorite Narnia movie, though its mostly because of the Telmarines.
Man, those were some cool villains.
Was thinking about that movie last week, I really should rewatch it. I was pleasantly surprised with this one. I remember when I saw it the first time, the whole opening contrasted a lot with the first movie.
Old Lara was a confident, well-educated, Olympic-level gymnast badass who used to pour through ancient tomes in her library at Croft Manor, hunt down the last resting places of famous artifacts, then go and steal them while cartwheeling and blasting tigers away with twin pistols. She made jokes, flirted, had hobbies; y'know, real people stuff
Nu Lara was designed to seem helpless so neckbeards playing the game would want to protect their new waifu from the harsh conditions that she'd accidentally found herself in. "I hate tombs", she declares in the shaky, out-of-breath monotone that Camilla Luddington uses for 100% of her lines. Things got a little better in Rise of the Tomb Raider, but now her motivation is this compulsion to save the world from an evil military group or something. Everything is completely humourless declarations of "I must do ____ because of reasons"; she's never just a lady with a personality who likes doing things. Also, forget twin pistols, because The Hunger Games was too popular and everything is bows and arrows now.
That's... terrible. They saw a trend, and went for it. o_O
And they use the reluctant, but skilled hero. These ones are getting boring, honestly.