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    Quote Originally Posted by Chesticles
    You'd hit it Rocky.
    Yes. In the face.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Seems a rash statement to make considering we know how misleading trailers can be - I thought Blair Witch 2 looked like a good horror movie from the trailer.
    But an opinion is an opinion I guess.



    The trailer just looks so piecemeal. Come on, Rocky. I'm also going past the trailer itself and looking at the actors involved, the director's prior work, and the screenwriters inexperience. A movie's going to be bad a lot more times than not when the trailer looks like shit as opposed to a good trailer resulting in a bad movie. The only instances in recent years that I can remember when I incorrectly diagnosed a movie based on trailer alone were The Good Shepherd and Jarhead.




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    ^I guess I'm just too willing to give people the benefit of the doubt. I liked 'Phone Booth', 'A Time to Kill' and 'Falling Down' was superb. 'Truman Show' 'Eternal Sunshine..' and 'Man on the Moon' were great too. It's only really the writer who needs to prove his chops.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Seems a rash statement to make considering we know how misleading trailers can be - I thought Blair Witch 2 looked like a good horror movie from the trailer.
    So did "Silent Hill"


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    ^Indeed - so dissappointed that Silent Hill wasn't scary - faithful recreation of sound? Yes. Faithful recreation of sets and locations? Yes. Faithful to story and ambiguity of game? Yes. Faithful to characters? Yes. Faithful to cheesy script? Yes. Scary? Not in the fucking slightest.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    ^Indeed - so dissappointed that Silent Hill wasn't scary - faithful recreation of sound? Yes. Faithful recreation of sets and locations? Yes. Faithful to story and ambiguity of game? Yes. Faithful to characters? Yes. Faithful to cheesy script? Yes. Scary? Not in the fucking slightest.
    What was the game about? Cause if I'm incorrect, did she die in the car crash and therefore the movie made no sense at all?




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    ^No.




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    Anyone seen the 50 cent movie:get rich or dye trying? i thougt was a really good movie




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    ^I have not - nor have any interest in doing so.

    Gonna watch District 13 tonight though.




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    Seeing The Children of Men tonight.


    Most recently have seen:
    -United 93 (****)
    -The Good Shepherd (*1/2)
    -Treasure of the Sierra Madre (****)
    -Beer League (** although I do recommend it because it's funny as hell)




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    You always watch movie's I've never heard of line lol.




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    live free or die hard, can't wait to see that fucking movie!!


    there i was...mother of god, there i am..holy fuck


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    I watched Die Hard this morning and just finished watching Memento. Good movie's.

    Might watch Equilibrium now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Line
    Seeing The Children of Men tonight.


    Most recently have seen:
    -United 93 (****)
    -The Good Shepherd (*1/2)
    -Treasure of the Sierra Madre (****)
    -Beer League (** although I do recommend it because it's funny as hell)
    I liked Children of Men, real good movie...although i resent the British peeps are crazy fascists part, but what ya gonna do




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    Quote Originally Posted by onebigeric
    It was based on the whole 'Welcome Home Frank' storyline, which was a little lame to begin with. Although Thomas Jane was perfect as Castle, the sorrounding cast just didn't get the point across. They've just released a new uncut version of said movie, so I'll likely snap it up and see how it is.


    Although I remember how horrible the first one was(Dolph 'naked in a sewer' Lundgren[spelling?]), so a Punisher-freak-as-a-kid like me couldn't help but enjoy the new rendition. The music still sucked though
    I wouldnt bother getting the uncut version bro, its the exact same except they added a storyboard thingy for a scene they didnt shoot

    I aggree that Tomas Jane was perfect for Frank Castle, and according to him the next movie will be alot darker than the first and will be based in Manhattan (even though its still gonna be shot in Miami i believe) I also heard that the sequel will be based on the Warzone comics, im not sure i got the name right, but he's supposed to be portrayed as alot more of a ruthless-kill-everyone-vigalante this time. I can only pray...




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    Thank you for the warning CC; actually bought it a couple days ago for 9.95, but I haven't had time to watch it yet. No real loss, since I've put off buying a copy until now.


    I'm glad to hear of a second in the works though; I'll have to hunt around for info. Being the closet Punisher freak that I am(being a cop, I'm sure that's good) I still have a ton of my old Punisher comics lying around somewhere. The Warzone branch was always harder edged; no ninjas or Jamacian marraca killers, but not as crazy as the later hard-M comics that I pretty much avoided. I enjoyed it a lot, as it seemed to take a lot more of Frank's day-to-day/real under-the-surface stuff and portray it very well. Problems with Micro, killing drug dealers and rapists in Central Park, infiltrating a mafia family, etc...

    So in a word or two, thank you for the heads up CC


    Stand or fall, but choose.


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    Children of Men (****)

    -easily one of the best things I've seen from 2006, maybe the best...so far...




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    Fight Club is okay.

    Certainly not half as good as people make it out to be and was easily predictible to myself. Most people claim the movie redeems it's long, dull self with the ending, I don't find that true.

    Obviously a very smart movie with fine acting from Edward Norton and Brad Pitt. Just takes too long to get to the point like every other Fincher movie.






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