Since Bad Boys 2, Martin was in a blockbuster (Wild Hogs), five modest hits, and an animated hit. He's had a holding deal or two with CBS which would pay him good money even though his shows weren't picked up, and he's about to have a cable show with that 10/90 deal that Tyler Perry innovated. Martin probably gets paid $5 million per movie plus points. Plus the TV show Martin is still in syndication, almost twenty years off going off the air. Easy to see why Martin has plenty of money. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2di54a/shit_just_got_real_martin_lawrence_announces_bad/
In Celebration of Robin Williams life post your favorite moment from his career or story about his life here.
And that's the problem with film making - you only get 2 years to create a film that the fans are highly anticipating, yet the fans get to analyze and study it for an infinite amount of time. The story was amazing (Sans Miranda Tate's final three scenes...) yet the little things that made the first two so great we're missing. There was more computer animation in place of what would have been real destruction in the previous movies. (Bridge blow scene with JGL jumping back to imitate the explosives pushing him). There were too many elements to control surrounding the main actors that caused terrible background information (Final fight with Bane, with really bad fight imitation in the background). But the one thing I love that Christopher Nolan does so well with these movies is he leaves you wanting more at the end. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2dgeol/unused_shot_from_the_dark_knight_depicting_laus/
Unused shot from THE DARK KNIGHT depicting Lau's off-screen death on the pile of moneyUnused shot from THE DARK KNIGHT depicting Lau's off-screen death on the pile of money
As opposed to simply removing all images and stories from the new queue, we'd like to give you guys a chance to talk about Robin Williams and how his career might have touched your lives. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2da9dh/in_celebration_of_robin_williams_life_post_your/
SeaWorld finally admits "Blackfish" film has really hurt their profits.SeaWorld finally admits "Blackfish" film has really hurt their profits.
You can generally tell, when a family walks in and has no idea what they want; the parents aren't interested, and their kids are screaming that they need every single hamster and bird. Or the people who show up a day before Christmas and want a fully stocked fish tank on Christmas day for their kid. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2dgk3z/seaworld_finally_admits_blackfish_film_has_really/
Honest Trailers - The ExpendablesHonest Trailers - The Expendables
I loved the first 2 for what they were, and if I'm not going in to see a bunch of action stars from my childhood cause some over the top gratuitous violence, what the fuck am I doing there? http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2dj4a1/honest_trailers_the_expendables/