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  • Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
    Should I see Zack and Miri or Role Models?
    If you do not go see Zack and Miri you are dead to me.

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    • Stay home and watch the Dark knight again.


      Originally posted by WMD
      Jesse realizing Walt was Santa Claus could really shake things up.
      Originally posted by gpngc
      I don't know how old you are, but if you can get to 24/25 without getting arrested or killed, you've done well for yourself lol.

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      • Anyone ever seen the movie God on Trial? Watching it on PBS tonight. Wow, great movie.

        What do the vikings and marijuana have in common? Every time you put them in a bowl
        they get smoked.

        2010-2011 Super Bowl Champions
        Hint:Not the Bears.

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        • Just wathced How to Lose Friends and Alienate people, and dear god how the mighty have fallen. Both Simon Pegg and Jeff Bridges and hell, even Toby Young should be really really embarrased at being involved in that production. I may have chuckled 3 times during the whole film, and although it was very VERY nice to see Megan Fox go swimming in the pool and prace around drunk in her underwear, she is downright painful to have to listen to for an entire movie. Kirsten Dunst was well...lets just say she peaked a good 5 years ago. She neither looks nor acts well in this movie. It was, overall, just a really big disappointment. Which is too bad, because I am a huge fan of Pegg, and the novel upon which its based is fantastic. And I want to stick my willy in Megan Fox.
          Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
          The APS is strong in this one.
          Originally posted by killxswitch
          Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.

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          • Let's see.

            I saw Kung Fu Panda a week or so ago. I found it pretty entertaining and an overall pleasant surprise. I watched Tropic Thunder last night and laughed. A lot. The writing wasn't fantastic, but the idea behind the writing was brilliant. That helps a lot. I saw Hellboy II a couple days ago. Really imaginative movie and shows why Guillermo Del Toro is going to do a great job with The Hobbit. Overall, a pretty silly movie, but it stayed true to the source and felt like a comic book. Plus, it looked awesome in high-def. Oh, and I watched the new and weird Star Wars Clone Wars blah blah etc. Painfully, it's better written than any of recent episodes of the movies, but it pandered to it's audience in an expected but also annoying way.

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            • I didn't see either movie. I wasn't feeling well so we stayed home.

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              • Originally posted by Paranoidmoonduck View Post
                Let's see.

                I saw Kung Fu Panda a week or so ago. I found it pretty entertaining and an overall pleasant surprise. I watched Tropic Thunder last night and laughed. A lot. The writing wasn't fantastic, but the idea behind the writing was brilliant. That helps a lot. I saw Hellboy II a couple days ago. Really imaginative movie and shows why Guillermo Del Toro is going to do a great job with The Hobbit. Overall, a pretty silly movie, but it stayed true to the source and felt like a comic book. Plus, it looked awesome in high-def. Oh, and I watched the new and weird Star Wars Clone Wars blah blah etc. Painfully, it's better written than any of recent episodes of the movies, but it pandered to it's audience in an expected but also annoying way.
                Kung Fu Panda was one of my favorite movies of the year

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                • Just saw Role Models, HILARIOUS movie. I didn't think it be as good as it was but damn I loved it.

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                  • Eww. They are making a Hellraiser remake

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                    • Captain America will be directed by....

                      Captain America' recruits director
                      Joe Johnston will helm the comic adaptation from Marvel
                      By Borys Kit

                      Nov 9, 2008, 10:00 PM ET

                      Captain America

                      Joe Johnston has inked a deal to direct "First Avenger: Captain America," Marvel Studios' take on its classic comic book character. Marvel's Kevin Feige is producing.

                      No writers are on board, but the studio, which is hearing pitches, expects to hire shortly.

                      Johnston first met with Marvel two years ago. When the two parties clicked, general talks turned into Captain America-specific meetings, with much of the project's current direction resulting from those early conversations.

                      "This is a guy who designed the vehicles for 'Star Wars,' who storyboarded the convoy action sequence for 'Raiders of the Lost Ark,' " Feige said. "From 'Rocketeer' to 'October Sky' to 'The Wolfman,' you can look at pieces of his movies and see how they lead to this one."

                      Created in 1941 by Jack Kirby and Joe Simon for Timely Comics, Captain America is the heroic alter ego of Steve Rogers, who is rejected by the Army for being too sickly and undergoes an experiment that takes him to the pinnacle of human form. Paired with an indestructible shield, he became a symbol of the war effort, in and out of comics.

                      The character disappeared in the 1950s but was revived during the early era of Marvel Comics. He was reintroduced as part of the Avengers, the absence explained by having him being in a state of suspended animation during a war mission until found by the superteam.

                      Kicking off with "Iron Man," Marvel Studios' slate of movies --including "Thor" and the "Iron Man" sequel -- is building toward an "Avengers" movie set for release in 2011, in which the characters from the films team for one big adventure. "Captain America" is scheduled for release May 6, 2011.

                      "Captain America" will be a World War II-set movie, and the character will appear in the modern day-set "Avengers." Executive producing on "Captain" are Louis D'Esposito, Stan Lee and Marvel Studios' chairman David Maisel.

                      The character's last live-action appearance was in 1990's "Captain America," a cheap production from 21st Century Films that ended up going to straight to video. The movie starred Matt Salinger as the hero, dethawed in modern times to fight his archnemesis, the Red Skull.

                      CAA-repped Johnston's credits include "Jurassic Park III" and "Hidalgo." He is in post on Universal's retelling of "The Wolf Man," starring Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins.

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                      • I wish they'd turn The Savage Dragon comic book into a movie

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                        • Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
                          Eww. They are making a Hellraiser remake
                          WTF... I mean.. really.. WTF???

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                          • Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
                            I was shocked to find out Aronofsky was willing to take the easy way out and settle for a remake
                            As a huge Aronofsky fan I can tell you that after the fountain, which I loved, not as much as his other films but still deeply enjoyable, bombed at the box office DA couldn't get a studio to pick up any of his own scripts and so he has to make a few films now based of other people's scripts to prove that he is not only a breath-taking artist but also a money-maker. That's why he's doing the fighter and the wrestler, not his own scripts, and the RoboCop remake should give him that big hit that lets him go back to completing his own scripts.

                            Originally posted by SuperKevin View Post
                            Phillip Seymour Hoffman is the frontrunner to play the Penguin in the next Batman movie but he doesn't really want to do it. He says he's not the best man for the job.
                            http://www.imdb.com/news/ni0601488/
                            I doubt they end up using the penguin, Nolan and Goyer have both stated in interviews that they don't want to recycle villains that have already been on the big screen. The Penguin seems to fall under that umbrella of Batman villains who've already made there appearances on the big screen and unlike the joker the don't HAVE to use him.

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                            • All Hollywood does anymore is think up sequels and pick movies to remake. So this dosent really surprise me.


                              Originally posted by WMD
                              Jesse realizing Walt was Santa Claus could really shake things up.
                              Originally posted by gpngc
                              I don't know how old you are, but if you can get to 24/25 without getting arrested or killed, you've done well for yourself lol.

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                              • I have a brilliant idea!

                                It's called...

                                Zack and Miri Remake a Porno!

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