Once upon a time they were good. Now they’re just a shameless cash grab. They were given a stop sign by life, but much like Paul Walker, they didn’t heed it.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, they are beyond ridiculous now. Like dumb ridiculous. Tokyo Drift is my favorite and then the first one.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, this is burning like a car fire
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, what did paul walker say to Ryan Dunn?
“Let’s race, first one to the tree wins”
@Not A Wolf, that was dark. We might need a fire to see our way out of here.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, I mean paul was pretty lit right there at the end apparently and Ryan burned out just add them together and you’ve got a burning ball of trash to light up your life.
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, woo that might have been a little too heavy actually I almost want to apologize
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, they have 10 movies to many
Once Paul passed, i didnt give a fvck. And guardians 2 was mediocre
@opwnus prime, I'm really conflicted on Guardians 2. There are parts I love and parts I hate and I'm just not sure where I stand on it.
Honestly, this is kind of obnoxious. This dude has just become really famous in the past few years, and hes going to sh!t on on of the most successful movie franchises of all time? I agree they're not the best movies, but he needs to relax
He’s 50 bruh.
Saw him at Alamo City Comic Con two years ago, and I got to talk with him for a brief moment when he signed my Guardians of the Galaxy poster. Shortly before that there was a couple with a 4-5 year old kid with them in line, and when the dad told Dave that Drax was his son's favorite guardian he leaned over the table and gave the boy a high five