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Good, I was getting worried.
"It’s Zack’s movie so it’d be a bit rude of me to turn up and say I’ve got a few ideas now. My big point of responsibility was helping shepherd David’s script. When I’m finished with this I’ll be there for whatever Zack wants from me, but it’s very much his movie."
And here's a tease of Hot Toys' newest piece: The Bat from The Dark Knight Rises:
Here's a larger look at the Django Unchained stills:
Taken 2 --I thought one was fine. why do another?
I am allowing Taken 2 to impress me though, even if I don't find it necessary. I have been pleasantly surprised before.
You and I both. I'll get more and more excited as the release gets closer, but I won't let myself get too excited, in case it does become a disappointment. We should have the trailer any day/week now. I'm surprised it's taking so long.
The director of 'Thor 2' talks about the film, including the villain:
'Prometheus' featurette talks about the space ship:
Fourth 'The Dark Knight Rises' TV spot revealed:
Second 'Total Recall' TV spot released:
Christian Bale speaks about doing a fourth Batman film:
"My understanding is that this is the last one. I think it's appropriate, I think it's going out at the right time. But… if Chris came to me with a script and said, 'You know what? There is another story', then I would love the challenge of making a fourth one work."
Khan is not the villain in Star Trek 2:
Honestly I don't care. Stallone proved he's still got it in Rocky 6, Rambo 4 and The Expendables. He said that he wants to make a good film so Rambo goes out on a high note, he did it with Rocky 6 so I don't see why he can't do it again.
Currently, as of 152 reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, Spider-Man is at 74% Fresh.
Most of the Rotten reviews are saying the same thing, though: that this unofficial reboot doesn't offer anything new. A few stated it has a good love story, but fails as a good super-hero movie.
Savages, which imo is more interesting of a film, is at 100% fresh from 9 reviews. It's too early to tell, but that's a good start! The reviews all say its a warm welcome of classic Oliver Stone, and the film is chaotic in it's action but has something to say.
I'll definitely be checking this one out.
Yes but then it will be..
He brought the man who killed his love to justice in the end. He may have stopped another villain in the process, but it was a result of his hunt for information on Vesper's love.
He was out to find who was responsible for her death, it was just far larger than he expected.
Their complaints were that it didn't go "bigger and badder" than the first film, and it was over-edited. They compliment the film on it's twist of the first films plot, but say the directing isn't the quality they expected.
In my opinion, their review is contradictory and lazy. They rank the sequel higher than the original, but say it's not as good. And then they complain that it's too simple, when that's what the 'action' franchise is popular for: simple, straightforward, badass action.
I feel like in the hands of a different reviewer, it would have gotten 3, maybe 4/5 and same with it's original. They obviously didn't know what to expect (which to be honest isn't much) from what is supposed to be a simple, fun, action film with a badass lead.
I still expect it to be just as enjoyable as the first, and that's all I need to spend that $10 at my cinema.
In other news.. I've updated the title to be specifically related to DREDD, but as always this thread is open to any news/information/discussion.
I'll likely be seeing DREDD this Sunday, and I expect it to be good fun. Again, like with Taken 1 + 2, I'm not expecting Oscar level stuff. I'm expecting fun, awesome action and according to reviews, DREDD delivers.
The Sweeney is no 1 at the UK box office.
The action sequences were some of the worst shot and poorly edited sequences I've ever seen and they made the Quantum of Solace editing look like it was Casino Royale. The plot was terrible because it was basically the same as the first one, which left you with no suspense and the bad guys were so bad it was laughable. The movie also had no sense of realism like the first one and the new director did a terrible job with this.
The direction was awful, the cinematography sucked and the movie was so predicatable and cliched. The only redeaming part was Neeson, but still his performance was nothing like the first movie and he wasn't half the bad ass he was the first time around.
Overall I would give it a D+ and I would recommend staying away. If this opened up to 50 million in the US, I can only hope Skyfall can get double that and hopefully this movie doesn't turn away people from the genre for a while after how bad it was.
The two biggest disappointments for me this year: Phiranna 3DD (first one was a funny horror comedy with hot girls in bikinis, second one was a cringe worthy piece of crap with hot girls in bikinis) and Prometheus (just didn't live up to the hype and had almost nothing to do with Alien).
"We didn't start talking about Taken 3 until we saw the numbers," Kamen tells Hollywood.com. "But then we said, 'Oh, okay. I think we should do a third one.' And Fox wants us to do a third one."
"We've taken everyone we can take — it's going to go in another direction. Should be interesting."
What a disgrace. :-<
But if they come back with an R-rating, a good new direction, I'll be interested.
I just find it hilarious they came out and said it's for the money.
Please make it stop. Seriously.