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Old 02-17-2009, 04:00 PM   #16
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If I go see the new Terminator I have this fear I'm going to trash someone's f-ing lights.
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Old 02-17-2009, 06:11 PM   #18
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GI Joe baby, the greatest cartoon and toy of all time.

You know what I'm hoping though? That these 80's cartoon remakes like Transformers, Joe, and Thundercats are so successful that the movie studios do the same thing they did after X-men became a hit and pursue other lesser 80ís properties. If you remember, after Xmenís success spawned the obligatory Spiderman and Batman movies, every superhero in the canon, no matter how minor, had to get his own feature. It was thus that we ended up with movies like Daredevil and Ghost Rider.

Well, I for one think the world would be a better place with Mask, Captain Planet, and Gobots movies. What about Captain Caveman starring Mickey Rourke or Johnny Quest with Dicaprio? George Lucas dusting off his ewok suits to make the ultimate Carebears epic? Darren Aronofsky re-imagining Fraggle Rock as a world of great violence, or Tarantino teaching us about the ďoriginalĒ ghostbusters (one of whom was a monkey)? So letís hope it happens!

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Old 02-17-2009, 06:18 PM   #19
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I get free movie tickets from my work so I'm going to hit up Taken with Liam Neilsen. It looks really good and realistic.
There is a Tarantino movie coming out with Brad Pit called Inglorious Bastards. I think I'd rather see James Bond playing the Jewish resistence guy in Eastern Europe. I forgot what that ones called?

I liked Taken. It had a good steady pace and Liam played a cool, aging gov't spy who didn't give a crap what it took to find his daughter.
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Old 02-17-2009, 06:25 PM   #20
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Wolverine should kick some butt.
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Old 02-17-2009, 06:40 PM   #21
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If I go see the new Terminator I have this fear I'm going to trash someone's f-ing lights.
LOL!! Well played sir.
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I am counting down the days for Watchmen. I read the graphic novel by Alan Moore and I am a big fan his work.

Also, I love Jackman as Wolverine, I am hoping that this movie kicks total ass because that is how Wolverine is, a good guy under the rough exterior, but just don't piss him off. So from the clips it shows a lot of promise.
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:20 AM   #23
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I think that our generation got a hold of Hollywood and has begun the undoing of all of titles of our childhood that were wronged by the industry with bad portrayals. In fact yesterday I saw the preview for Street Fighter and it looked a hell of a lot better than the knock off featuring Van Damme a while back.
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Old 02-18-2009, 10:36 AM   #24
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But someone needs to think up something orginal, I mean come on the re-makes are getting out of hand.
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I think that our generation got a hold of Hollywood and has begun the undoing of all of titles of our childhood that were wronged by the industry with bad portrayals. In fact yesterday I saw the preview for Street Fighter and it looked a hell of a lot better than the knock off featuring Van Damme a while back.
On second thought I saw some in depth clips of it on youtube and it looks pretty terrible. It is not a cheesy as the first but you can tell that it is low budget.
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Old 05-24-2009, 10:03 PM   #26
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There are a lot of good movies coming out. Most of them are recycled comics, cartoons, or older sci-fi stuff. Which ones are you dying to see?

GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra

Star Trek: Prequel

Terminator: Salvation

X-Men Origins: Wolverine

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

I want to see Wolverine the most. What sayeth the mob?

Trample - saw Terminator Salvation today and thought it was ok - it was much better than Terminator 3 but not as good as the first two. Unless you a die hard Terminator fan this one could be one of those wait till it comes out on video type films.
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Old 05-24-2009, 10:12 PM   #27
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took my wife and kids to see the 2nd night at the museum yesterday. my wife really liked it alot, the kids also thought it was good, i say it was just a little better than ok. it had some funny parts but overall just an ok movie.
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cant say i want to see any. just saw Friday the 13th. pretty lame. same old stuff
Now see, I'm a Friday the 13th enthusiast...I actually own them all. Personally, I loved it. It's basically a remake of the first 3 movies, leaving it open for all of the "Tommy" episodes to be 1 movie. Although, I still think they would have to split those because of the time distance between 4 & 5, but if they do it right, they might be able to pull it off. It made more sense tho, with all the underground tunnels & alarm systems he had set up. Although, I'm not convinced that was all him, but also partly his mother. I loved it...but that's just me, I guess. My brother wasn't too fond of it either.
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But someone needs to think up something orginal, I mean come on the re-makes are getting out of hand.
I couldn't agree more. The problem is, we have run out of ideas, everything has already been done. At least, as far as the MPAA will allow.

Eventually, there will be a re-make of this thread. They'll call it "New Movies: Revisited" & it will star look-a-likes of everyone except Angry. They'll call him Happy.
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine = Pretty good movie.
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