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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by GreyViper, Mar 30, 2010.
universal soldier regeneration was a GREAT movie!
Did anyone see Iron Man 2? The buzz has been pretty bad, so I stayed away.
Iron Man 2 is underrated. Pretty good movie IMO
Bah, the first time a movie trailer makes me actually WANT to go to the movies, it's not coming to Sweden. FUCK!
Iron Man 2 (for the non Marvel fanatic) makes no sense and it's funny because of that. I thought it was ridiculous. I loved it anyways, in the way i loved G.I. Joe and this new gem they call Clash of the Titans. Hilarious.
I just saw Inception and I'm happy to say Chris Nolan finally made a pretty good movie. Not great, but pretty good. I enjoyed it.
The new Hulk/comic book movie with the Hulk will not have Edward Norton in it. Because, apparently, Edward Norton isn't enough of an actor to be Bruce Banner.
It's 9.4 on IMDB, I'm intrigued. Gonna have to see it soon.
Definitely worth seeing. I trash Nolan constantly, and Inception has some flaws I consider characteristic of his style, but it's a good time nonetheless.
Starring Steven Seagal as Domasi "Tommy" Tawodi
You didn't like Memento?
I give my thumbs up to Inception, too. Probably doesn't deserve the spot it has on IMDB (but who takes that seriously, anyways?) but it's got an hypnotic pacing.
Whoa, that looks beyond crap!
"STEPHEN HAWKING WARNED US!! AND WE DIDEN'T LISTEN!!!1"
It's on my Top Ten Most Overrated list. A gimmick movie with a crappy ending.
Chicago is number one on the list, FWIW. It won the Best Picture Oscar and I couldn't even sit through the whole thing. Uninteresting story, mediocre acting, bad music, cheap-looking sets...I excrete better movies than Chicago.
What's the hype with 3D, is it even that cool?
And I doubt those high-tech 3D thingies are high quality movies.
I'd rather look at the shiny wall than rotate around a 3D dogshit..if anyone catches my idea..
Today I bought a ticket to the new Resident Evil film premiering next week. I'm not sure whether it's Jovovitch or what, but I love the series. The first one rates highest for me, still, but I'm interested enough to want to go see this one at the movies : )
Resident Evil went for crazy super monsters far too soon. I would have enjoyed it more if they went more for horror less for action.
But yeah, the first one is the best - memorable scene with the zombie with a broken ankle, dragging an axe... Ahh, classic.
Fucking hell. I had already bought the candy and coke for the movie, was in the middle of taking a first drag of the sugary brew in anticipation of over-the-top ass-whoopin' just to bump into an attendant who promptly informed me that the film's cancelled. I got a refund for the candy and coke and left the theatre, my heart racing and head full of plans for mass murder and global destruction.
WTF, Resident Evil was cancelled all over Europe today !?
I would have enjoyed it more if they went for good movie instead of crappy movie.
True, but I'm not sure "good movie" is the point of the Resident Evil flicks.
At least they're not pretentious.
Cant wait for this since The Triplets of Belleville were great.
Also Dylan Dog is my favorite comic and I cant believe how bad the movie version looks like.