I watched the first two and they're among the worst films I've ever seen.
I understand that 5 was somehow, inexplicably quite good, but I haven't gotten round to judging it for myself yet. I'm still not convinced, to be honest.
Number one is only good because Vin Diesel.
Two is shit. Three is shit. I have four on DVD and it's watchable because fast cars and Vin Diesel.
I have yet to see Five.
If you watch these movies for anything
than the cars, you're a fool. That's like watching a Michael Bay movie for anything other than the explosions.
Actually I said that because I wrote a whole review for Oz in here and realized after I posted it that this was the wrong thread.
Someone educate me, Please. I thought that Jurassic Park was shot in 1.85:1? Won't releasing it in IMAX mean cropping it from the original? Or does magic happen?
I don't think it will be too bad if it's letterboxed. I mean, we already have to look through those dorky glasses.
I'd be happy enough with a theatrical re-release myself. I'd probably even be willing to pay IMAX 3D prices for regular, 2d viewing too.
Paul didn't really catch my attention, Hot Fuzz is better than Shaun of the Dead (imo).
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Those games were never really popular same thing goes with the Jak games.
Jesus Christ your posts are beyond moronic.
Anyway, I've been waiting for a R&C movie since 2003! I went mental with excitement yesterday when I heard the news. The movie's basically gonna be a slightly altered re-telling of the first game, plus they've added in the Galactic Rangers from R&C 3. Synopsis says it'll also answer a few questions and whatnot for the die-hard fans such as myself.
popular? There's been 13 games over the past 10 years and you're saying it's not popular?
12 if you don't count Going Mobile. Never got to play that. I don't even think it's canon.
As a Scandinavian, I am very unexcited for the Thor sequel. Or Marvel's Thor in general. How can they take something awesome and make it lame? Not sure, but Marvel has done it.