i can handle B-movies. this was an S-movie. it sucked!

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Originally posted by DoubleD:
Cloverfield was an aweful, B-movie.
The Two Towers was on TV last night. If I had 14 hours of uninterrupted time, I'd pop in the Directors Cut of the entire Lord of the Rings series and watch it all.
I watched Transformers for the 10th time I think. Not sure if its the Megan Fox character eye candy or what, but some scenes not involving her are always entertaining.
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Originally posted by Rothko:
Quantum of Solace - mildly disappointing

Saw this today and I have to agree. The quick editing gave me a headache (I don't think a single shot lasted more than 2 seconds) and I'm still not quite sure what the story was about. Is Quantum the new SPECTRE?
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
Hellboy II


I must have missed the first one as well. Razz


The DVD is right next to the Hank Williams Jr. Greatest Hits Vol. 2 CD at Best Buy. I am shocked you didn't see it....
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
Hellboy II


I must have missed the first one as well. Razz

OK, I'd better come clean. Sci-fi/fantasy movies are a guilty pleasure of mine. Smile
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Originally posted by Dom'n'Vin'sDad:

Hellboy II


I must have missed the first one as well. Razz[/QUOTE]

The DVD is right next to the Hank Williams Jr. Greatest Hits Vol. 2 CD at Best Buy. I am shocked you didn't see it....[/QUOTE]



LOL. Big Grin
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Originally posted by mpls wine guy:
I'm taking my five year old son to see Bolt tomorrow. For the second time.


That's twice in like three weeks... are you sure it's for your son or are you really going for you? Wink
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Originally posted by duckfaninmt:

are you sure it's for your son or are you really going for you? Wink



Not really any difference, do you think?
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Originally posted by Rothko:
The Two Towers was on TV last night. If I had 14 hours of uninterrupted time, I'd pop in the Directors Cut of the entire Lord of the Rings series and watch it all.


The Director's Cut of The Two Towers is much better, imo, than the theatrical release. However, I prefer the theatrical release of Fellowship over the director's cut of it by a lot. I prefer the theatrical release of Return of the King over the director'scut by a little.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
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Originally posted by gigabit:
Hellboy II


I must have missed the first one as well. Razz


Actually, it is a Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth) movie. Haven't seen it yet but curious. Pan's Labyrinth is my favorite movie of the past few years...
Get Smart -- Surprisingly decent. And man, I'm a sucker for Anne Hathaway.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall -- Very funny and while it exists in a sort of hyper-reality, it feels geniune.
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Originally posted by winetarelli:


Forgetting Sarah Marshall -- Very funny and while it exists in a sort of hyper-reality, it feels geniune.


I have twice intended to watch this, but then think better of it.

I will now hit the play button. Wink
while it has it's "pans labyrinth" moments(visually *only*), it is nowhere within that league. in fact, a complete disgusting disaster. and i liked the first hellboy...

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Originally posted by winetarelli:
Actually, it is a Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth) movie. Haven't seen it yet but curious. Pan's Labyrinth is my favorite movie of the past few years...
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Originally posted by TBird:
while it has it's "pans labyrinth" moments(visually *only*), it is nowhere within that league. in fact, a complete disgusting disaster. and i liked the first hellboy...

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Originally posted by winetarelli:
Actually, it is a Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth) movie. Haven't seen it yet but curious. Pan's Labyrinth is my favorite movie of the past few years...

Tbird-

I thought that it was entertaining and, although I admit that it had some glaring weaknesses, it had some very enjoyable scenes. From a purely visual perspective, it was fantastic. And there were several very humorous moments as well.

I really enjoyed Pan's Labyrinth, mostly because the subject matter was so dark, compelling, and imaginative. Hellboy II could not go as deeply or darkly into the subject matter; too many commercial interests would have been placed at risk.
maybe my expectations were too high, but i was embarrassed for it. but i will easily agree with the 2nd half of your post. Smile

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Originally posted by gigabit:
Tbird-
I thought that it was entertaining and, although I admit that it had some glaring weaknesses, it had some very enjoyable scenes. From a purely visual perspective, it was fantastic. And there were several very humorous moments as well.

I really enjoyed Pan's Labyrinth, mostly because the subject matter was so dark, compelling, and imaginative. Hellboy II could not go as deeply or darkly into the subject matter; too many commercial interests would have been placed at risk.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Bridge on the River Kwai


Great movie! One of my all-time favorites. I still remember seeing it as a kid. Love Alec Guiness. Good music too.

I just borrowed the I, Claudius BBC series. We're going to start watching it tonight. Another one I haven't seen in many years.
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Originally posted by Seaquam:
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Bridge on the River Kwai


Great movie! One of my all-time favorites. I still remember seeing it as a kid. Love Alec Guiness. Good music too.



It deserved all seven Oscars in my opinion.
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Originally posted by winetarelli:
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Originally posted by Rothko:
The Two Towers was on TV last night. If I had 14 hours of uninterrupted time, I'd pop in the Directors Cut of the entire Lord of the Rings series and watch it all.


The Director's Cut of The Two Towers is much better, imo, than the theatrical release. However, I prefer the theatrical release of Fellowship over the director's cut of it by a lot. I prefer the theatrical release of Return of the King over the director'scut by a little.


Interesting. Why do you prefer the theatrical cut of Fellowship over the Director's Cut? I thought the Director's Cut fills out a few sections that got shortchanged in the theatrical version.
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while it has it's "pans labyrinth" moments(visually *only*), it is nowhere within that league. in fact, a complete disgusting disaster. and i liked the first hellboy...

del Toro is doing the Hobbit next year and he better not screw it up. Wish PJ would just do it all.
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Originally posted by wine+art:
Bridge on the River Kwai


Bridge ON the River Kwai is the name of the movie. The Bridge OVER the River Kwai is the name of the novel, from which the movie was made.
I wonder why they changed the name?

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