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  1. #15761
    umberhulk's Avatar
    1,447 posts since May 2007
    Going to watch CA in Imax, but I have no idea either. I like the exotic and spiritual concept, but I also hate relationship stuff with a passion.

    Still really need to see Sinister.

  2. #15762
    Gorilla Gravy's Avatar
    3,059 posts since Sep 2012

    Skyfall was phenomenal.

    The trailer they showed of This is 40 however looks dire.

  3. #15763
    Watched the new adaptation of Total Recall. I mostly enjoyed it, though there was a lot of protagonist bullet immunity and the physics during a certain mode of transport didn't make sense.

  4. #15764
    vJ!'s Avatar
    479 posts since Jul 2012

    Now i'm just waiting for the release of Life of PI!

  5. #15765
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarvu View Post
    Watched the new adaptation of Total Recall. I mostly enjoyed it, though there was a lot of protagonist bullet immunity and the physics during a certain mode of transport didn't make sense.
    Yeah, and why those two countries in particular still existed, and nowhere else survived, didn't make a whole lot of sense. It was a tad gimmicky.

  6. #15766
    Quote Originally Posted by umberhulk View Post
    Lincoln looks boring as shit, but I'll watch for Daniel.
    According to Moviebob on the Escapist, it's actually really good. Apparently a lot of the movie is about the sneaky and downright devious ways Lincoln tried to pass the 13th Amendment.

  7. #15767
    Quote Originally Posted by Panzadolphin56 View Post
    Yeah, and why those two countries in particular still existed, and nowhere else survived, didn't make a whole lot of sense. It was a tad gimmicky.
    STILL BETTER THAN THE ONE WITH ARNIE.

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  9. #15769
    I'D RATHER SHUT MY WHORE EYES IN CASE I SEE AN ARNIE FLICK.

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  11. #15771

    22,178 posts since Oct 2009
    A few brief thoughts on Darabont's The Mist, after having watched it a second time:

    Marcia Gay Harden getting shot is one of the high points of the film.
    The big Cthulhu thing is the other one.
    "Ironic" by Alanis Morissette should play over the end credits.

    S'about it. 7.25/10 I guess.

  12. #15772
    GlowBear's Avatar
    14,798 posts since Oct 2011

    It's a pretty good film. Hated Harden's character but she played it well.

  13. #15773

    22,178 posts since Oct 2009
    Yeah she was good. I can appreciate where they were going with the "man is the true monster" theme even if the execution was heavy-handed and unbelievable. I just don't see people freaking out in that particular direction, despite the circumstance. They'd probably get all weird and religious at some point, sure, but you'd think it would take more than forty-eight hours for human sacrifice to become a thing.

    I kind of enjoyed seeing the guy from The Force Unleashed again though.



    He should have been like, fuck you guys, I have a force push

  14. #15774
    GlowBear's Avatar
    14,798 posts since Oct 2011

    I felt like ripping those people apart when they did what they did to him.

  15. #15775
    ClownBaby's Avatar
    15,702 posts since Feb 2007

    Did anybody in your theater leave? I've been hearing that's been a thing.

  16. #15776

    22,178 posts since Oct 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by GlowBear View Post
    I felt like ripping those people apart when they did what they did to him.
    I had pretty much disconnected from it by that time. Up until then was good though. I liked the Andre Braugher parts because they made sense. Of course you're going to have at least one guy who doesn't believe the reality of what's taking place. Plus he had some kind of previous bad blood with Tom Jane's character. So all the elements there fit together in a believable fashion.

    And then we got to the part where a bunch of good ol' boys killed a man in military uniform because God talked to a crazy lady, and I was like ehhh...somebody doesn't understand their redneck stereotypes very well. Religious authority and 'MURIKAH are pretty much equal for those guys.

    Which reminds me of another thing -- wouldn't you want the soldier to carry the gun instead of the grocery store cashier? Yeah the cashier's a marksman, won some contests, that's great. But if we're going up against mutant bug monsters from beyond the veil, then I'd want that gun in the hands of someone who's had some level of military training.

  17. #15777
    Never even heard of this film. Should I watch it?

  18. #15778

    22,178 posts since Oct 2009
    Quote Originally Posted by Tarvu View Post
    Never even heard of this film. Should I watch it?
    The Mist or Cloud Atlas? I'd recommend the latter, definitely. Haven't seen it myself though. If you want to see The Mist it's been on SyFy a lot lately. Just saw it again about an hour or so ago.

  19. #15779
    The one you and Glooby are on about. The Mist. I've heard of Cloud Atlas and will definitely watch it sometime.

  20. #15780
    GlowBear's Avatar
    14,798 posts since Oct 2011

    I'd suggest it, it's a good Stephen King film, when a lot of his stuff is laughable.

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