Paterson, New Jersey (AP) It was a week ago that Paterson got its first taste of a movie.
It’s the first movie that the New Jersey native has seen, but he’s not sure what he wants to see.
“I’m a sucker for anything that’s good, but I really don’t know what’s good,” said Paterson who recently moved to Los Angeles from New York.
The film, titled Paterson is a Bad Boy, follows a man who finds himself in a position to become a superhero.
He meets a man named Jules, a man he meets in the middle who also happens to be a super hero.
Jules takes him to his local comic shop to learn how to make a costume.
When Paterson asks Jules why he wants the superhero’s help, he tells him he needs to save people, including himself.
And so, Jules becomes the superhero.
The trailer for Paterson shows the film in its first 15 minutes and includes an intermission with a brief scene of the heroes in the streets of Paterson.
As the trailer concludes, a voiceover says, “The truth is, I don’t like superheroes.”
This story has been corrected to reflect that the movie opens with a shot of a street in Paterson where a man appears in the street wearing a costume with a man’s name written on the chest.
The story also has been updated to reflect the fact that Patrons were given a choice in what to watch.
It was the same choice that a number of people at the New York Comic Con had when they chose between the trailers for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Thor: Ragnarok.
Paterson’s experience of the trailer has been largely positive, but the film has not been without its flaws.
For one thing, the trailer is accompanied by a video that shows the two superheroes getting into an argument.
It also shows Jules and his team of superheroes getting attacked.
But this is just the tip of the iceberg.
For Paterson the trailer gives an impression of a superhero that lacks the kind of depth and complexity that it needs to be an actual superhero film.
“When you look at Paterson,” said Andrew Miller, the co-writer of the Paterson movie, “you get the feeling that it’s sort of an off-kilter version of what you see in the comic books.
It doesn’t really give us a lot of insight into who they are, or where they’re from.”
The trailer has a number more problems.
The characters in the trailer are clearly drawn with a certain amount of comic book detail, but they are also cartoonish and often exaggerated.
There is a moment where a superhero takes a leap that seems to be completely impossible to pull off, and a character in the film’s opening credits is seen in a superhero costume leaping across a lake.
This is not to say that Patterson is not interested in seeing the superhero in action.
“What I like about superhero movies is the characters are always going to be there to fight for them, and that’s what I really want to see in Paters,” Miller said.
“But they need to be human, and they need their own motivation, their own humanity.”
He added, “You need to have the motivation to be the best superhero you can be.”
And when he talks about human motivation, Paterson seems to have a certain patience with that, as well.
“Paterson’s a good example of why superheroes are so compelling,” said Miller.
“It’s not a movie that just wants to tell a superhero story.
The thing that’s so cool about superheroes is they’re human.
They’re a lot more than a bunch of dudes in suits.”
But as a film that has little to no interaction with the characters, it’s hard to see how Paterson will be a success.
Paters was an immediate box office disappointment.
Patrons was supposed to be Paterson meets Deadpool.
It wasn’t a hit.
Patters will likely not be a blockbuster for a number to come.
“We are really disappointed in Patters,” said David Mancuso, Paters director.
“And I know that people were saying, ‘Let’s make a superhero movie, we’re going to do this, we can do that,’ but I think we did the right thing by making Paterson.”
Mancuos film, The Catcher in the Rye, was a much bigger hit, but it was also a commercial disappointment.
It won awards for best picture, best picture for its writing, best actress, and best actress for Rachel Weisz.
“In the movie business, if you’re not making money, it doesn’t matter what you do,” Mancuros said.
Patches success comes from a combination of factors.
It has the best writing of any Paterson film to date, and it also features some of the most interesting characters in a comic book film.
But it’s not just the writing that makes Paters a success