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The reviews have been iffy but, it does look beautifully shot as expected with Johnson behind the camera. Love the actors involved and the locations look fantastic and diverse. I want to see it as well.
I never go off of reviews. If you think you will like it then go see it. The critics mostly go for drama movies and things that will win an Oscar but it still doesnt mean the movie cant be good.
I am going to see UP! tonight. Yay!! With my 3D goggles.
Its a really good movie but you could probably save $2 by seeing it in 2D since there really isnt much that pops out at you in the movie. I usually go to the movies in the afternoon since you get discounted prices if you go before 6pm or so.
One of my friends was an extra in Year One and he hated it. He said they keep you far away from the actors and director and that you are off by yourself standing around for 10 hours. Then when they want you they get someone to go and get you and put you in place. It filmed out here as well as Transformers and Transformers 2. The scene when they are walking in the white sand dunes was filmed about 30 minutes away from here.
As someone who got to see the filming of a Terry Tate office linebacker commercial........ QFT. Imagine having to stand outside. For hours, in a soccer uniform, in New York, in February, at night.
I watched Rio Bravo last night and it was awesome. It greatly exceeded my expectations and was entertaining the whole way through. The dialogue in Howard Hawks movies are always great and of John Wayne is a stud. If you haven't seen it, take the time to go watch it. It's not a really exciting movie but its very enjoyable.
I wont lie, I will be the first person to admit I ******* hate scary movies. Like I am a gigantic ***** that way. Stupid ones like The Ring or whatever I can handle, ones that are unrealistic. But movies like this that are based on a true story freak me right the **** out. My ladyfriend of the time loved scary movies, and made me watch them all the time, and this one scared the **** out of me. Maybe its my fear of masks, I dunno. But I was not comfortable watching this movie, knowing about the Keddie Cabin Murders and the Manson murders. It scared me, to summarize.
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.