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John Pannozzi

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« Reply #400 on: 03-05-2005 19:57 »

I'm looking VERY forward to Genndy Tartakovsky's Astro Boy movie (info at http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0375568/combined)

I'm also looking forward to Peter Jackson's King Kong and any future Gamera films. That recent Ultraman movie looks cool.

I'd love to see John K.'s Ren and Stimpy movie if he ever gets to do it. Any future Ralph Bakshi will be interesting.

And of course, I'd love with all my heart for there to be a Futurama trilogy. C'mon FOX.

Nintendo recently got into the CGI film buisiness. I'm looking forward to their first films.
chay´s head

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« Reply #401 on: 03-11-2005 07:52 »


Crash
Stealth
a Scanner Darkly
sin city
The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy


all look awsome.

Apple just released heaps of new trailers, but i don't want to step on Nix's toes by posting links to trailers!
killbot4000

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« Reply #402 on: 03-11-2005 10:32 »

spider-man 3,x-men 3,
Spacedal11

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« Reply #403 on: 03-11-2005 17:51 »
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Corpse Bride. Saw the trailer and I'm psyched! This will be my 2nd Johny Depp movie aside from Edward Scissorhands, and I saw that when I was 9 so I had no clue who he was.
i_c_weiner

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« Reply #404 on: 03-11-2005 18:04 »

Whenever Spaceballs 2 comes out(hopefully soon, if at all), Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith(like almost every other person on this message board), and I'm not sure about others.
Spacedal11

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« Reply #405 on: 03-11-2005 18:59 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
Also "Cursed" looks good, but it's rated PG-13...  Seriously, what's up with rating horror movies PG-13 now?

Mind if I be sour? Spacedal's review on Cursed
spacepilot3000

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« Reply #406 on: 03-17-2005 01:08 »
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One Word:

Steamboy
chay´s head

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« Reply #407 on: 03-17-2005 06:54 »

maybe you could back that up with a few more words? description maybe?
DogDoo8

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« Reply #408 on: 03-18-2005 02:12 »

 
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Originally posted by spacepilot3000:
One Word:

Steamboy

From what I heard, it was a big flop. Builds up steam in the begining and then just craps out, the plot gets completly renched apart.

Let me just say, if this didn't make in Japan then its not gonna make it any were else.
chay´s head

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« Reply #409 on: 04-18-2005 10:15 »
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Sin City - fucking hell, for some reason, this has been pushed from its already delayed release of early June to early August in Austrlia. Goddamnit

Night Watch [ИOCHИOI dOZER] - thought i'd add the ИOCHИOI dOZER bit to make it look cooler. its aparently the first of three to come out. The other two have VERY creative names "Day Watch" and "Dusk Watch". In all fairness thats the titles of the books they are based on.

Mr. and Mrs. Smith - ehh, it looks good.
killbot4000

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« Reply #410 on: 05-10-2005 19:20 »

Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith.It looks really good and some people who saw it said it was better than Star Wars: Episode 2 and Star Wars: Episode 1.
chay´s head

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« Reply #411 on: 05-11-2005 01:30 »

who has already seen it? doesn't it have a world wide release date?

Land of the Dead - Thinking zombies? now thats cool
Mr Fuzzywuvems

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« Reply #412 on: 05-11-2005 12:55 »

There's a bunch of sith reviews on AICN which are all really positive, alot of them say it's better than Return of the Jedi
John Pannozzi

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« Reply #413 on: 05-14-2005 12:55 »

from http://ralphbakshi.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=483

 
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John and a bunch of guys were working for me in my studio on storyboards before Mighty Mouse. Bobby's Girl was the project, Tri-star bought the movie. John and a bunch of other artists designed it (the same guys who went to work on Mighty Mouse) I was the producer/director. The studio would then have sequence directors, designers etc. as usual. The president of tri-star- Jeff Siganski, got fired. The project was cancelled by tri-star. In panic I sold Mighty Mouse and decided to make John a director to train him on a tv series. Roughly speaking, after that, John really wanted his own studio to produce and direct himself and never really felt comfortabl working for anyone else. Even his giant friend Ralph.

We still both respect each other a lot but business and ownership and all the boring things that make up agents contracts kept getting in th way of doing any more movies.Its really no ones fault, just Hollywood. John and I are both very different in subject and content - because I'm the mature one -

I am now started with what could be my last feature called Last Days at Coney Island which I have designed, written and directed. I've hired 2 animators - more about them later - and have recorded the first 10 minutes. It's extremely strange - even for me. Hopefully I can finish this - it's extremely low budget which allows me the freedom I want. It's only in low budget that the big shots don't care what you're doing. Low budget does not mean bad film. It forces you to make the film very direct. Bobby's Girl would have been great in its day. Especially before Mighty Mouse. ( And that's by the humor) Now it's all different -

Ralph 
killbot4000

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« Reply #414 on: 05-14-2005 13:41 »

 
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Originally posted by chay's head:
who has already seen it? doesn't it have a world wide release date?

There are screenings which they test on a tv to know if people like it.
i_c_weiner

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« Reply #415 on: 05-14-2005 13:48 »

Better than Jedi? That's insanely good for one of the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy movies.
David A

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« Reply #416 on: 05-15-2005 01:07 »

 
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Originally posted by i_c_weiner:
Better than Jedi? That's insanely good for one of the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy movies.

No, it's just insane.  Anyone who says that any of the prequels (or any sci-fi film from the last twenty years for that matter) are better than Return of the Jedi is crazy, or being paid to say so by George Lucas.
DotheBartman

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« Reply #417 on: 05-15-2005 02:12 »

I don't know.  I'd say "Dark City" and "Aliens" are better films overall, and (though this is 21 years) "Blade Runner" as well.  For sci-fi-ish movies there's also "Ghostbusters" (again, 21) and the first "Back to the Future" (20) as well.  "Return of the Jedi" gets something of a free pass because it completes an otherwise great story, and it has characters we'd already grown attached to from the first two films.  Its still pretty good, but it lags in the middle, and the Ewoks (the more bearable predeccessor to Jar Jar, in that they were created largely for merchandisability) are used far too much.  I agree that I don't think the prequels could ever match it though.

Anyway, Revenge of the Sith is the only one I can think of that I'm really looking forward to.  I'm sure it'll be flawed, but hey, as illustrated Star Wars has been a flawed series for some time.  I'm sure I'll still enjoy it on its own merits.

I wish there was ANYTHING else though, coming out this summer.  Post summer we'll probably get some good stuff, but during the summer is when I really want to watch movies, and yet we rarely get anything remotely decent, outside of maybe one or two films.  During the summer the studios really pump into overdrive with bad Bruckheimer films and cheesy comic-book adaptions.
mint

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« Reply #418 on: 05-24-2005 21:18 »

¤The Island (2005)
¤War of the worlds (2005)
¤The Da Vinci Code (2006).

Ben

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« Reply #419 on: 05-24-2005 22:55 »

One part of me still won't accept that they've cast Tom Hanks as Langdon in The Da Vinci Code film. It's just so... wrong.

The other part doesn't really give a damn, considering how trendy and over-hyped the book has become. I mean, when I read it when it first came out, it was an enjoyable and thought-provoking story, but all this fuss about it in the media is just ridiculous.
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« Reply #420 on: 05-24-2005 23:11 »

It's not even original either, but they didn't have the media circus when that older book was released, whatsitcalled...
dr.bender nye

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« Reply #421 on: 05-26-2005 14:11 »

Heres something to talk about:
The Simpsons Movie see: http://www.movietome.com/movietome/servlet/MovieMain/movieid-127003/The_Simpsons_Movie
homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #422 on: 05-26-2005 14:28 »

That sounds like a dumb simpsons movie to me. I don't think they are going to do it.
dr.bender nye

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« Reply #423 on: 05-28-2005 11:43 »

well they signed on for 3 apparantly so it'll probbably be craper
bendersbud3000

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« Reply #424 on: 05-29-2005 07:10 »

 
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Originally posted by David A:
 No, it's just insane.  Anyone who says that any of the prequels (or any sci-fi film from the last twenty years for that matter) are better than Return of the Jedi is crazy, or being paid to say so by George Lucas.

Return of the jedi was good. But it lacked the dark tone of ESB or ROTS. ROTS (I think) is far better than ROTJ. The only stand out scene in ROTJ is Vader's redemption (god I love that scene). I like ROTJ but the creation of vader in ROTS is just too good to miss.
1. Revenge of the sith
2. Empire strikes back
3. Return of the jedi
That's the way the force wants it.

"You don't know the power of the darkside"
Zogonif

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« Reply #425 on: 05-29-2005 08:48 »
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Serenity
Land of the Dead
X-Men 3


That War of the Worlds movie i swear they have changed the setting for it compared to the book where it was set in England
chay´s head

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« Reply #426 on: 05-29-2005 10:00 »

You know that WotW was originally a Radio play right? and a very controversial one at that.
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« Reply #427 on: 05-29-2005 16:19 »

Man, I gotta see Sin City somewhere.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #428 on: 05-29-2005 17:09 »

 
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Originally posted by dr.bender nye:
Heres something to talk about:
The Simpsons Movie see: http://www.movietome.com/movietome/servlet/MovieMain/movieid-127003/The_Simpsons_Movie[/ URL]

If that actually was The Simpsons movie, it sounds sucky! Thankfully I'm almost certain it isn't. Everything I read was "Homer does this, Homer does that". Geez, he's not the only family member...
SlackJawedMoron

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« Reply #429 on: 05-29-2005 19:35 »

 
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You know that WotW was originally a Radio play right? and a very controversial one at that.

No, it wasn't. That radio play was an adaptation of the book.

And, yes, we all know about the panic.
Stuart B

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« Reply #430 on: 05-30-2005 12:49 »

I was kinda looking forward to Episode III, and was pleasantly suprised to find it rather good, but it's just a taster for the years big sci-fi movie for me, Serenity
Zoidypoo

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« Reply #431 on: 06-04-2005 17:13 »

 I am MAJORLY looking forward to The Wallace and Gromit movie. Something...ware-rabbit
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #432 on: 06-04-2005 17:24 »

Curse of the Ware-rabbit, and yeah I can't wait either!...
M Jackson
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« Reply #433 on: 06-04-2005 19:42 »

WAR OF THE WORLDS!!!!!!

Corpse Bride
Charlie & the Chocolate Factory
King Kong
Millions (I kow it's already out, but I haven't had chance to catch it yet.)
Lee Roberts

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« Reply #434 on: 06-04-2005 19:46 »

Sin City: I't sjust so cool, look at all the work that has gone into it! Beside some of the nice hotties in the film...  tongue Like Alexis Bledel... Jessica Alba.... Britney Murphy
chay´s head

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« Reply #435 on: 06-05-2005 01:55 »

...Clive Owen  roll eyes
ghoulishmoose

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« Reply #436 on: 06-06-2005 17:10 »

I'm very much looking forward to Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. It comes out next month, the trailers for it look really promising  smile

Also, The Corpse Bride, again by Tim Burton is another I'm looking forward to. And Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit, and of course, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire  smile
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« Reply #437 on: 06-06-2005 21:59 »

 
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Originally posted by Stuart B:
I was kinda looking forward to Episode III, and was pleasantly suprised to find it rather good, but it's just a taster for the years big sci-fi movie for me, Serenity

Yeah, Serenity is a movie I'm looking forward to greatly.  If only to see if Mal and Inara finally get it on.
TheGlob

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« Reply #438 on: 06-06-2005 22:02 »
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Im looking forward  to seeing the Simpsons movie.
chay´s head

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« Reply #439 on: 06-07-2005 08:07 »

^ bah, i haven't watched a new episode of the simpsons in AGES. i'm sure if the movie came out i'd see it, but i'm not really hanging on the edge of my seat for it.

Willy Wonka yeah i know its not its name, but you still know what i mean. It looks darkly nice.

as always Sin City hurry the hell up Australia!!
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