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« Reply #400 on: 07-20-2011 04:44 »

But it has vampires, werewolves, and vampwolves!


Or are they werepires?

They're called Abominations.

Personally, I'm still wating for the Underworld movie where the Mages, Wraiths, and Changelings show up.

Oh, and Mummies.  Can't forget the Mummies.
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« Reply #401 on: 07-20-2011 05:18 »

I am so sick of these concert movies, what the hell is wrong with the concerts themselves? And why do all of them have to be in 3D, what does that add to the quality really? So it's like you're actually at a concert...then why not just have a goddamn concert?!
Nobody wants to save up the cost of a concert ticket and sit in the hot summer weather if it's outside nor do they want to go to a large arena apparently. Too lazy I guess, hence retarded concert movies. The irony is they spend just as much when you take into consideration how many concession items are purchased and how ridiculously high-priced they are these days. I don't consider this film as a concert because how can it be if it's not live? It's more like "overly extended music video with crappy editing" if you ask me. To count it as a concert film one must actually tour and perform for real, non-hired people and unless they did that, well screw it doesn't mattter. This one will still be BS. I do not understand the obsession with high school-themed musicals as of late.
Just to be clear I'm referring to like the Hannah Montana, Jonas Brothers, Justin Bieber trend that's been happen for the past few summers. But then considering the target audience of the groups referred to, it does make sense to have concert films because 9 year old girls can't exactly go to a concert constantly. (Although I went to a Backstreet Boys concert when I was that age. And it was awesome).
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« Reply #402 on: 07-20-2011 06:39 »

I am so sick of these concert movies, what the hell is wrong with the concerts themselves? And why do all of them have to be in 3D, what does that add to the quality really? So it's like you're actually at a concert...then why not just have a goddamn concert?!
Nobody wants to save up the cost of a concert ticket and sit in the hot summer weather if it's outside nor do they want to go to a large arena apparently. Too lazy I guess, hence retarded concert movies. The irony is they spend just as much when you take into consideration how many concession items are purchased and how ridiculously high-priced they are these days. I don't consider this film as a concert because how can it be if it's not live? It's more like "overly extended music video with crappy editing" if you ask me. To count it as a concert film one must actually tour and perform for real, non-hired people and unless they did that, well screw it doesn't mattter. This one will still be BS. I do not understand the obsession with high school-themed musicals as of late.
Just to be clear I'm referring to like the Hannah Montana, Jonas Brothers, Justin Bieber trend that's been happen for the past few summers. But then considering the target audience of the groups referred to, it does make sense to have concert films because 9 year old girls can't exactly go to a concert constantly. (Although I went to a Backstreet Boys concert when I was that age. And it was awesome).
Yes, I do know what ones you're referring to. My blind rant still stands though. With how much parents blow money on their kids, you'd think they'd just buck up and take them to a concert. But then if these stupid things shut them up, parents will tolerate it. (Much like my wonderful mother with Pokemon. Bless her for that.) I know if I'd really been into that kinda junk as a kid I'd have bugged the daylights out of my parents to go to one. (I kinda wish I could've seen NSync in concert but they so briefly gave us good 90s pop before disbanding). I think Glee appeals to an older audience though, or a more wide range at least and so this one doesn't stand with the Disney fodder. It's somewhere between those and the ones like the MJ Experience.
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« Reply #403 on: 07-20-2011 23:48 »

The Amazing Spiderman - Official Teaser Trailer
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« Reply #404 on: 07-20-2011 23:53 »

deja vu... oh god. They changed something!
* Gopher jumps out the window, as it seems the fastest way to get to a phone to log out.
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« Reply #405 on: 07-21-2011 00:22 »
« Last Edit on: 07-21-2011 01:11 »

Hey, it's Mirror's Edge: The Movie!
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« Reply #406 on: 07-21-2011 13:56 »


They fucked the costume. It's fifty years old... iconic. They ruined it. Why?
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« Reply #407 on: 07-21-2011 14:14 »

That CG scene was fucking gay.
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« Reply #408 on: 07-21-2011 14:33 »

I can't actually watch it because I'm on work WiFi. But I dislike what I see of the costume.
Will watch the trailer in two weeks when I get home. Does the CG suck that bad? Is this a presentation of a final product, or is it still in a rough stage?

Although I don't want to sound queer, the new guy is more of a physical match for Spidey though. Leaner than Tobey McGoogle-eyes.
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« Reply #409 on: 07-21-2011 14:53 »

I thought the casting in the last set of pictures was generally shit to be honest...

The CG scene is very clearly CG... it's a first person view of spiderman hopping around the city, but I can't say for sure that it's in the movie; I suspect it is... and I rather dislike obvious CG scenes in live action movies because it's disjarring from the reality of the piece.  I thought the photos of the spiderman costume weren't bad though; still I think another reboot is pretty dumb.... it's like how they made 2 hulk movies in like 3 years..... seriously, why don't we just have a superhero movie of every superhero every year?  And a videogame with it too! roll eyes
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« Reply #410 on: 07-21-2011 17:34 »

Yes, the first-person perspective scene looks terrible. It looks fake, it's cheesy, and it's disorienting.

It did make a good basis for my "Mirror's Edge: The Movie" joke though.
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« Reply #411 on: 07-21-2011 20:01 »

Tobey McGoogle-eyes.
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« Reply #412 on: 07-21-2011 20:24 »

Hey, it's Mirror's Edge: The Movie!

Yes, it is
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« Reply #413 on: 07-22-2011 15:18 »

Yes, the first-person perspective scene looks terrible. It looks fake, it's cheesy, and it's disorienting.

It made me a wee bit sick to my stomach. Also, it reminds me of the Spider-Man 3D ride at Islands of Adventure at Universal. But where the ride was kind of neat, that scene was kind of very lame.

At any rate, it looks like it could be a pretty good movie. I agree with winna that a reboot isn't necessary, but whatever. I like origin stories, and maybe this one will be alright. I liked the first of the Sam Raimi Spider-Man movies (and hated the other two, which is neither here nor there); this one looks darker and less campy, so it just may work. Unless it takes its subject matter way too seriously, in which case it will become...well, campy.
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« Reply #414 on: 07-23-2011 01:46 »

That Spider-Man trailer showed way too much emotional boringness and not enough swinging and fighting. no no
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« Reply #415 on: 07-23-2011 06:50 »

I appreciate the Mirror's Edge joke. I am curious about including Peter's parents though, I mean I hope that if they are gonna make them existing characters (and not just dead from the start) that they actually use his parents and not just cop out and never mention them again.
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« Reply #416 on: 07-23-2011 06:51 »

In the comics it turns out his parents were actually super secret agents, so if they include something with that I might have a slight nerdgasm.
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« Reply #417 on: 07-25-2011 10:58 »

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« Reply #418 on: 07-26-2011 14:47 »

I think another reboot is pretty dumb.... it's like how they made 2 hulk movies in like 3 years

Not to mention The Punisher. They did one in the 80s, then the one with Tom Jane and John Travolta, then another reboot straight to DVD, and now there are plans for yet another which will also be a reboot.






I am curious about including Peter's parents though, I mean I hope that if they are gonna make them existing characters (and not just dead from the start) that they actually use his parents and not just cop out and never mention them again.

Uncle Ben and Aunt May are in it (and are being played by bigger names), so presumably his parents are killed early on, before he's spider-man. That being the case, I'm not sure why they'd even bother.
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« Reply #419 on: 07-26-2011 15:21 »

I think that third punisher reboot actually went into theaters.  I've seen the first two.... and I thought they were both alright.  The 80s version being more gritty, and the 00s version being more cool.  I'd also argue that that's enough time to go by in which to do a reboot if you absolutely must do one.  I'm going to go on a hunch though, and think that the third Punisher movie was probably shit.
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« Reply #420 on: 07-27-2011 05:50 »

I haven't seen it either.
How many times can you tell the same story? He's just Batman with guns.
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« Reply #421 on: 07-28-2011 13:35 »

In actuality... I think he's a more mature version of Batman with guns.  I mean... Batman's parents die.... who continues doing what they do because their parents died?  And I don't think he ever really catches the bad guys that did his parents in anyways.... hell, for all we know, Bruce Wayne is a psychopath still looking for John G.

The Punisher on the other hand has a clear goal.... kill the people that murdered his family; his wife and his son.  He's out for blood, not tiddly winks and feel good bullshit about right overcoming wrong.
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« Reply #422 on: 07-28-2011 13:54 »

it's like how they made 2 hulk movies in like 3 years.....

But Ang Lee's Hulk was abysmal whereas the newer, Ed Norton vehicle was actually pretty good.

But yeah, I'm not sold on this new Spidey trailer. It looks exactly the same as Sam Raimi's films minus the heart and soul that came with them.
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« Reply #423 on: 07-28-2011 21:18 »
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who continues doing what they do because their parents died?

They were gunned down in front of him by Joe Chill when he was just a child. That sort of thing can have a lasting impact.

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And I don't think he ever really catches the bad guys that did his parents in anyways

In most versions of the story, Joe Chill dies later in some other way.

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The Punisher on the other hand has a clear goal.... kill the people that murdered his family; his wife and his son.  He's out for blood, not tiddly winks and feel good bullshit about right overcoming wrong.

His family's killers were the first to be slain. After them he is out to eliminate all criminals. Not so much "right overcoming wrong" as might overcoming wrong.


But Ang Lee's Hulk was abysmal

I know this is odd, but I kind of liked it. Many things about it in fact, especially the more sympathetic interpretation of General Ross, and the whole desolate vibe. It was much more like the comics than the old TV show.
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« Reply #424 on: 07-29-2011 02:13 »
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I liked Ang Lees Hulk too, only Nick Nolte was a bit crap.

Stargate fans! Teal'c got a role in The Dark Knight Rises!
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« Reply #425 on: 07-29-2011 05:09 »

^ I heard that. I will squeal like a girl if he says "indeed" at any point.

I actually thought Nick Nolte was kind of cool in that movie. A believable sort of crazy. Eric Bana was a casting choice I didn't much care for.
I quite enjoyed the 'comicbook panel' gimmick that Lee employed. Felt very much like I was watching a real Marvel comic onscreen. Only other Marvel movie that gave me that impression was Spider-Man 2, during the fight between Spidey and Ock.
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« Reply #426 on: 07-29-2011 05:41 »

^ I heard that. I will squeal like a girl if he says "indeed" at any point.


Indeed.
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« Reply #427 on: 07-30-2011 06:54 »

^ You aren't Teal'c. You aren't even BLACK to my knowledge.
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« Reply #428 on: 07-30-2011 07:25 »

But do we know that he's not a Jaffa? Quick somebody stab him in the stomach!
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« Reply #429 on: 07-30-2011 08:33 »

I was just agreeing. Please, don't stab me in the stomach. I don't have a symbiote to heal me.
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« Reply #430 on: 07-30-2011 09:20 »

We'll never know unless we test it. Bring me my science knife!
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« Reply #431 on: 07-30-2011 12:56 »

But do we know that he's not a Jaffa?

This part always confused me.

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« Reply #432 on: 07-31-2011 06:03 »

Shit man, now I want to have an SG-1 marathon. There were a lot of episodes around the middle that I missed.


Coming in 2012 is a film titled 'Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter', which sounds funny.

The Paranormal Activity guy is doing a film about Area 51...

There is soon to be a Cheech & Chong animated film.

And, oh God, they're doing a fifth Final Destination..... WHY?
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« Reply #433 on: 07-31-2011 10:28 »

Shit man, now I want to have an SG-1 marathon. There were a lot of episodes around the middle that I missed.

I sold my DVDs. I had them all, and I sold them because I was short of cash and they were the only thing that could be relied upon to fetch a decent amount (though only about a fifth of what I paid overall).

Now, I want to watch them about twice a month, and then I remember that I can't.

Buy the DVDs. Even if it means you can't afford to eat properly for a year. Like X-files DVDs, they will enrich your life.
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« Reply #434 on: 07-31-2011 11:28 »

I want X-Files dvds. Ever since I gave my friend her dvds back at the beginning of the year after we had our marathon, and after me having had those dvds in my house since a year or two after we finished high school, I've been wanting to watch them again. But coincidentally, that same friend's mother I believe has most, if not all, the Stargate SG1 dvds, and I will be visiting her tomorrow evening so I might be able to borrow some smile

I don't know what movies are coming out soon, nor what movies are out right now, but I'd sure love to go see one. But it has to be funny. Or have lots of sex scenes. Naturally.
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« Reply #435 on: 07-31-2011 14:47 »

Netflix has all of X-Files on it.  Although I don't know... maybe there's extra stuff on the dvds?  I've never gotten hold of them before... I just like watching the episodes from time to time.

When I'm feeling spooky.
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« Reply #436 on: 07-31-2011 14:49 »

Bane Arrives on The Dark Knight Rises Set

Production is moving along on Christopher Nolan'sThe Dark Knight Rises, as tons of details rush in from the Pittsburgh shoot.

Today, Just Jared snapped several pictures of Tom Hardy in full costume as Bane and onlookers filmed some video that, due the potential spoilers involved, will be described beneath the images




The Dark Knight Rises Prison Break Behind the Scenes
Prison Doors Explosion
Jailbreak EXPLOSION!!! The Dark Knight Rises
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« Reply #437 on: 07-31-2011 16:22 »

Hurr, people stood around waiting for an explosion so they could film/take pictures of it. Apparently they caught the explosion and are now holding it hostage in their cameras eek

Netflix has all of X-Files on it.
I always hear you lot talking about Netflix, so I decided to look it up just now; "Sorry, Netflix is not available in your country... yet" roll eyes
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« Reply #438 on: 07-31-2011 16:42 »

My bad.  At that rate, I'd just download the entire series and burn it to dvd (or cd). shifty
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« Reply #439 on: 07-31-2011 17:44 »

When Netflix and all of its streaming content available in the US is finally available worldwide, it's going to be a whole new ballgame.
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