Everyone's economies are all linked. Just as the 2008 meltdown affected the whole world's economies, Brexit will have an affect, though not as severe (hopefully).
Only a Trump supporter could be that dense. Your fake "concern" for gays doesn't fool anyone.
It's going to be some time before Shanghai will be able to help move the stock up.
So you are going to vote for the least capable candidate just out of spite? Seems like a poor reason to vote for someone. But it seems that's the reason that a lot of people are planning to vote for him.
None of his promises are able to be accomplished. He would just not have the sort of power to get them done. While some of the points he brings up are viable, his assertion that he will be able to do them is totally wrong.
The Martian and John Carter of Mars are not at all comparable (outside of being about Mars).
I guess not. When Disney thinks they have a hit, they hype it into the ground. Personally. I find that a good deal of Disney's sequels are less than the ones that preceded them.
Disney shills their products to ANYONE with the money. They'll even have competing stations to ABC showing live events if they pay more (ABC has to pay for whatever Disney is selling)
The trailer doesn't provide much of an idea of the movie's content. We'll have to see how this Live Action version of their animated feature works out. It'll depend on how CGI dinnerware doing Busby Berkeley numbers comes across in a live action film.
A major reason why people have been cutting the cord is because they have been frustrated with cable. THAT won't go away until cable companies get their acts together in response to core cutting. IF they do correct their shortcomings, THEN maybe people will return. For me (and probably many others), money is NOT the issue.
Cutting the cord isn't always because of money. Many (any age) see TV/cable/satellite as old technology and are looking for the best access that suites their preferences.
I'm certainly not going back just because I'm getting older.
What works in the comics just doesn't seem to work in the films. The comics are able to draw out and branch the adventures more effectively When they try and cram so many elements into a 90 minute movie with all the additional infill that movies require, it just gets too muddled.
Personally, I find the individual Marvel character films a LOT more appealing than the Avenger character mash-ups. The overall inconsistent value of their various skills/talents/abilities results in questionable value as overall effective team members.
While there may be some manner of success in portraying them in comic books, on the big screen it just doesn't come across at all. Of course, that's my take on it. Those brought up on the Marvel comics may well accept the premise without challenge.
I doubt that those who cut the cord will return, just because they get older. Unless maintaining the cut cord becomes a hassle and cable somehow provides a better deal, people will usually remain with what they have become used to. If cable/satellite wants them back, they will have to make some major improvements, in technology, quality, pricing and content.