Considering this film, the misguided Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice doesn't look so bad. And that glowing halo that Deadpool wears proudly shines brighter every time a pretender like Suicide Squad hits the theaters.
Remember when rainy summer afternoons either meant building forts in the basement, or going to the movies? Remember the movies? Amazing stories that Siskel and Ebert would bicker over as to which one was better crafted than the last? Stories we didn't want to end?
Awake and asleep all at once and lying on my side on a hard bed, slowly waking. I had no clue where I was, a sensation so familiar as to remove any tartness. Instead, I was blasé about discovering where now had I landed.
Times change. Movies change. People change. This isn't the Ghostbusters for the 1984 you. This is the Ghostbusters for the 2016 you. I doubt you're still a child so I doubt that it can ruin something that's already passed about 15 years ago at the least.
The big debate shouldn't be if this is the best Star Trek film ever. The more interesting conversation is about whether Star Trek Beyond is a better sci-fi space adventure film than 2015's Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Despite having a lot of competition in the genre of live streaming, Netflix has been crushing the competition and moving forward with its head held high. What does the future hold for television media? I guess we'll just have to wait and see.