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Let's Talk Movies! #22 : Steve Jobs, Some Trekkies, An Ozzy...and IRON MAN!!!

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by PeterG, Feb 26, 2013.

Which Of These New Movies Interest You? (Vote For As Many As You Like)

  1. Oz the Great and Powerful - Fantasy - James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams

    21 vote(s)
  2. Incredible Burt Wonderstone - Comedy - Olivia Wilde, Jim Carrey, Steve Buscemi, Steve Carell

    5 vote(s)
  3. March 15th - The Call - Thriller - Abigail Breslin, Halle Berry and Morris Chestnut

    6 vote(s)
  4. March 22nd - Admission - Comedy - Tina Fey, Paul Rudd, Michael Sheen and Lily Tomlin

    10 vote(s)
  5. April 12th - Oblivion - Action, Sci-Fi - Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman and Melissa Leo

    4 vote(s)
  6. April 12th - Scary Movie 5 - Comedy, Horror - Ashley Tisdale, Lindsay Lohan, Charlie Sheen

    4 vote(s)
  7. April 19th - jOBS - Drama - Ashton Kutcher, Dermot Mulroney, James Woods, Matthew Modine

    6 vote(s)
  8. April 26th - Pain & Gain – Action - Rebel Wilson, Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson and Ken Jeong

    3 vote(s)
  9. May 3rd - Iron Man 3 - Action, Sci-Fi - Robert Downey, Jr., Ben Kingsley, Don Cheadle

    25 vote(s)
  10. Great Gatsby - Drama, Romance - Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire, Carey Mulligan and Isla Fisher

    26 vote(s)
  11. Star Trek Into Darkness - Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi - Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Zoe Saldana

    35 vote(s)
  12. May 24th - The Hangover III - Bradley Cooper, Zach Galifianakis, Ken Jeong

    8 vote(s)
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  1. jl22aries

    jl22aries Active Member

    Just saw The Great Gatsby. This will be an unfavourable, spoilery rant:

    Oh dear. It appears my relationship with Baz Luhrmann's work has entered rocky terrain. I did not enjoy Moulin Rouge and for many of the same reasons, I did not enjoy The Great Gatsby. As fitting as it would seem to pair the excess and frivolity of the setting with the heavy handed styling, I wanted so badly for just a little bit of restraint in at least a scene or two. It was too much, too heavy on the glitter, too languorous and plodding. Still not a fan of the 3D,...it dulled and darkened the picture. And here, it looked really tacky. Was that the intent? To shove down our throats the theme of nouveau riche gaudiness? By virtually throwing glitter in our faces?

    Nick's narration really didn't work for me. I suppose they were staying true to the book, but what works in the book (Nick's character serving as our ambivalent guide into this zany world) didn't gel for me in the movie. I didn't need Nick to tell me in monotone that no one showed up for the funeral, we could freakin see that. A silent shot of the fallen golden boy alone in his palace would have been perfection.

    Carey Mulligan was luminous. And she really worked some angles that I didn't quite pick up from Daisy in the book...playing up Daisy's warmth, confusion and regret. I like this interpretation of her as more than a creature of shallow ambitions.

    I was entertained, even if put off. So I guess it was $15 well spent?
  2. Vash01

    Vash01 Fan of Yuzuru, Medvedeva, T&M, Shibs, P&C

    From your "rant", it sounds more like $15 wasted. For myself, I enjoyed the movie and my $6 was well spent. I did not watch it in 3D; I see no need for 3D for a movie like this. I am not into visual effects; I like drama and this movie provided plenty of that. I particularly liked the 'tea at Nick's' scene. It was humorous and poignant at the same time.
  3. immoimeme

    immoimeme my posts r modded

    "Cosmopolis"-I got more out of the "making of" feature than I did the film itself. I think I am simply "too old" for modern movies like this. "The great gatsby" was showing at the warren theatre in moore so dunno now when I will see it but surely v v V glad I did not decide to go see it yesterday
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  4. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    Okay, I'm back on track with the new releases, house-sitting is done! :cheer2: Quite a lot of interesting movies this week. Again, they are in order of what interests ME :lol: So I am disappointed to put a movie starring Kristin Scott Thomas very last. It also stars Ryan Gosling in this seemingly uber-violent movie. What is Gosling's fetish with this kind of film of late? Can't he go back to comedies and romances? :fragile: A Green Story looks like it could be quite an amazing film and The Penguin King 3D looks beautiful. The description for Fill The Void seems to contradict the trailer, which looks sweet in a respectful way. And the Wikileaks movie is definitely going on my To See list. One last note: please notice that I put the word comedy for Tim Allen's movie in quotation marks... :blah:

    May 24 - A Green Story (Biographical drama with Billy Zane, Annabella Sciorra, Malcom McDowell and Shannon Elizabeth)

    May 24 - The Penguin King 3D (Nature documentary narrated by Richard Attenborough)

    May 24 - Fill the Void (Israeli drama. From imdb.com: “A devout 18-year-old Israeli is pressured to marry the husband of her late sister. Declaring her independence is not an option in Tel Aviv's ultra-Orthodox Hasidic community, where religious law, tradition and the rabbi's word are absolute.”)

    May 24 - We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks (From imdb.com: “A documentary that details the creation of Julian Assange's controversial website, which facilitated the largest security breach in U.S. history.”)

    May 24 - Before Midnight (Drama with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy)

    May 22 - Doin' It in the Park Pick-Up Basketball, NYC (Sports documentary. From imdb.com: “An independent documentary directed by Bobbito Garcia and Kevin Couliau. The film explores the definition, history, culture, social impact and global influence of New York's outdoor summer basketball scene, the worldwide 'Mecca' of the sport.”)

    May 22 - Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself (Documentary. From the film’s website: “…Plimpton hung out with U.S. Presidents, played quarterback for the Detroit Lions, got Willie Mays to pop out in Yankee Stadium, photographed Playboy models, played goalie for the Boston Bruins, struck the triangle for the New York Philharmonic and acted alongside John Wayne, Warren Beatty and Matt Damon…”)

    May 22 - 3 Geezers! (“Comedy” with J.K. Simmons, Tim Allen, Scott Caan, Kevin Pollak and Breckin Meyer)

    May 24 - Only God Forgives (Crime drama with Ryan Gosling, Kristin Scott Thomas,
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  5. peibeck

    peibeck Simply looking

    I was hoping for a more "Life of Pi" type experience from "Great Gatsby's" 3-D effects, which sadly did not come to fruition. Over all, I loved the costumes and Carey Mulligan, and thought the rest was rather blah. Perhaps it's a more than a little telling that a fable about the dangers of excess suffers from so much bloat. :p
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  6. Alixana

    Alixana Definitely NOT a sonogram

    :lol: Oh the irony! Seriously, Carey Mulligan alone was worth my $11.50. The rest not so much.

    Then I went into the theatre next door and saw the new Star Trek movie. I'm a original series fan and I loved the new movie .. it's not Tolstoy or Shakespeare but it's not supposed to be. Benedict Cumberbatch can be on my tv all day, every day. :swoon: Oh, and I did pay for both movies, I didn't just sneak in. :lol:
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  7. BigB08822

    BigB08822 Well-Known Member

    I am starting to think that Ryan Gosling has a plan to one day release a movie where he never says a single word. I like it on him but an entire movie...no thanks. That movie looks interesting, though, something like a Kill Bill update.
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  8. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member


    (I'm a sneaker..............)
  9. jl22aries

    jl22aries Active Member

    I am so SO excited about Before Midnight.
  10. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    I've seen the first two, but didn't add this one to my list. Maybe because I liked the first two, but didn't LOVE them? And in this trailer, Hawke's character seems quite charming and Delpy's is quite shrew-ish. Makes the movie seem like a bit of a downer. Interesting that we continue to get to see this relationship every 10 years or so. I'll probably see this on the library shelves one day and think, "well, I saw the first two..." and then check it out. :D
  11. Artemis@BC

    Artemis@BC Well-Known Member

    ^ I thought the first one was okay, the 2nd one quite a bit better (just because their characters, being older and having lived more, were far more interesting). So if the third one goes on the same trajectory ...
  12. Artemis@BC

    Artemis@BC Well-Known Member

    I saw trailers for Sightseers and the Wikileaks doc the last time I was in a theatre, and put them both on my mental list at the time.
  13. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    Just finished a pretty good movie called Island On Bird Street. It features Patrick Bergin and Jack Warden. It's about a 12 year old boy during World War II who is basically left on his own in an abandoned Jewish ghetto. I had told myself a while back not to watch any more Holocaust movies (I've seen so many), but this was on my To See list and I had forgotten what it was about. I believe it was based on a book written by the boy who the movie was about and was written for youth, so it's not as heavy as some Holocaust movies. I recommend it, specifically for seeing the resilience of youth in horrible circumstances. As one person posted on the imdb message boards, this movie tells the flip side of stories like Anne Frank's.
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  14. all_empty

    all_empty Well-Known Member

    Okay, busy slate coming up.

    Next week, I have "After Earth," followed by "Man of Steel."

    Mid June is "Lone Ranger," followed by "World War Z."

    Tell me which films you're most interested in, and I'll post my thoughts. The latter two are apparently not great, so the studios are trying to get some buzz out there.
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  15. Sofia Alexandra

    Sofia Alexandra Well-Known Member

    I'm the most curious about World War Z, even though I'm feeling pretty blah about Brad Pitt (my eyeballs might just roll right out of their sockets if he ends up saving the world by sacrificing himself). I guess I should be curious about Man of Steel, but Superman has never really captured my imagination. I hope that might change with this film, though.

    I want to be interested in After Earth, because animals roaming free in abandoned cities is awesome, but I'm getting a bit sick of the whole "last man/men on Earth" thing. When do we get to see a film about the last woman on Earth? Do I really have to write it myself?
    That's also why I'm on the fence about seeing Oblivion, even though I'd really like to hit the theatre this weekend and that's the only interesting-looking film showing that I haven't already seen.

    I'm not touching The Lone Ranger with a 10-foot pole. Johnny Depp as a Native American? Really?
  16. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member


    From ethnicelebs.com:

  17. Anita18

    Anita18 Well-Known Member

    Man of Steel for me! :cheer2:
  18. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    This is a list of movies in an article from Entertainment Weekly a little while back. Which of these have you seen? Do you agree that these are movies we all should see?

    The 50 Best Movies You’ve Never Seen

    24 Hour Party People (2002 biographical comedy drama with Steve Coogan, Shirley Henderson, Andy Serkis and Paddy Considine)

    Backbeat (1994 musical drama with Stephen Dorff, Ian Hart, Sheryl Lee and Jennifer Ehle)

    Bamboozled (2000 musical comedy drama with Damon Wayans, Savion Glover, Jada Pinkett Smith, Michael Rapaport and Mos Def)

    Box Of Moonlight (1997 comedy drama with John Turturro, Catherine Keener, Dermot Mulroney and Sam Rockwell)

    Broken English (2007 romantic comedy drama with Parker Posey, Drea de Matteo, Gena Rowlands and Justin Theroux)

    Bubba Ho-Tep (2002 fantasy horror-comedy with Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis)

    The Century of the Self (2005 documentary. From Wikipedia: "The Century of the Self is an award-winning British television documentary series by Adam Curtis. It focuses on how the work of Sigmund Freud, Anna Freud, and Edward Bernays influenced the way corporations and governments have analyzed,* dealt with, and controlled ‬people.")

    Chuck and Buck (2000 comedy drama with Mike White and Maya Rudolph)

    Cold Comfort Farm (1995 romantic comedy with Kate Beckinsale, Stephen Fry, Ian McKellen, Rufus Sewell and Joanna Lumley)

    The Daytrippers (1996 comedy with Hope Davis and Stanley Tucci)

    Devil's Playground (2002 documentary. From imdb.com: "Amish teenagers experience and embrace the modern world as a rite-of-passage before deciding which life they will choose.")

    DIG! (2004 rock documentary. From imdb.com: "A documentary on the once-promising American rock bands The Brian Jonestown Massacre and The Dandy Warhols, and the friendship/rivalry between their respective founders, Anton Newcombe and Courtney Taylor.")

    Enter The Void (2009 fantasy drama. From imdb.com: "An American drug dealer living in Tokyo is betrayed by his best friend and killed in a drug deal gone bad. His soul, observing the repercussions of his death, seeks resurrection.")

    Eve's Bayou (1997 drama with Samuel L. Jackson, Diahann Carroll, Vondie Curtis-Hall, Branford Marsalis, Debbi Morgan, Lynn Whitfield and Lisa Nicole Carson)

    Fish Tank (2010 drama with Michael Fassbender)

    Fly Away Home (1996 family drama with Anna Paquin, Dana Delany, Terry Kinney and Jeff Daniels)

    George Washington (2000 drama. From imdb.com: "A delicately told and deceptively simple story of a group of children in a depressed small town who band together to cover up a tragic mistake.")

    Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999 crime drama with Forest Whitaker)

    Hachi: A Dog's Tale (2010 family drama with Richard Gere, Joan Allen, Jason Alexander)

    Happy Accidents (2000 sci-fi/romantic comedy with Vincent D’Onofrio and Maris Tomei)

    Idiocracy (2006 adventure comedy sci-fi with Luke Wilson, Dax Shepard, Maya Rudolph and Justin Long)

    The Iron Giant (1999 animated sci-fi fantasy with Jennifer Aniston, Harry Connick Jr., Vin Diesel, Cloris Leachman and M. Emmet Walsh)

    I've Loved You So Long (2008 drama with Kristin Scott Thomas)

    Last Night (2010 drama with Sam Worthington, Keira Knightley and Eva Mendes)

    Layer Cake (2005 drama with Daniel Craig and Colm Meaney)

    Lilya 4-Ever (2003 crime drama. From imdb.com: "Lilja is 16 years old. Her only friend is the young boy Volodja. They live in Estonia, fantasizing about a better life. One day, Lilja falls in love with Andrej. He is going to Sweden, and invites Lilja to come along and start a new life.")

    Love and Basketball (2000 romantic drama with Omar Epps, Alfre Woodward, Debbi Morgan and Dennis Haysbert)

    The Magdalene Sisters (2003 drama. From imdb.com: "Three young Irish women struggle to maintain their spirits while they endure dehumanizing abuse as inmates of a Magdalene Sisters Asylum.")

    Marwencol (2010 biographical fantasy documentary. From imdb.com: "After a vicious attacks leaves him brain-damaged and broke, Mark Hogancamp seeks recovery in "Marwencol", a 1/6th scale World War II-era town he creates in his backyard.")

    Memories of Murder (2005 Korean crime drama. From imdb.com: "In 1986, in the province of Gyunggi, in South Korea, a second young and beautiful woman is found dead, raped and tied and gagged with her underwear. Detective Park Doo-Man and Detective Cho Yong-koo, two brutal and stupid local detectives without any technique, investigate the murder using brutality and torturing the suspects, without any practical result...")

    Moon (2009 sci-fi drama with Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey)

    Murderball (2005 sports documentary. From imdb.com: "A film about paraplegics who play full-contact rugby in Mad Max-style wheelchairs - overcoming unimaginable obstacles to compete in the Paralympic Games in Athens, Greece.")

    My Summer of Love (2004 romantic thriller with Emily Blunt and Paddy Considine)

    Next Stop Wonderland (1998 romantic comedy with Hope Davis and Philip Seymour Hoffman)

    The Orphanage (2007 mystery thriller. From imdb.com: "A woman brings her family back to her childhood home, where she opens an orphanage for handicapped children. Before long, her son starts to communicate with an invisible new friend.")

    Perfect Blue (1997 animated horror mystery. From imdb.com: "A retired pop singer turned actress' sense of reality is shaken when she is stalked by an obsessed fan and seemingly a ghost of her past.")

    Prime (2005 romantic comedy with Uma Thurman, Meryl Streep and Bryan Greenberg)

    Primer (2004 sci-fi thriller. From imdb.com: "Four friends/fledgling entrepreneurs, knowing that there's something bigger and more innovative than the different error-checking devices they've built, wrestle over their new invention.")

    Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010 adventure fantasy horror. From imdb.com: "In the depths of the Korvatunturi mountains, 486 metres deep, lies the closest ever guarded secret of Christmas. The time has come to dig it up! This Christmas everyone will believe in Santa Claus.")

    The Ref (1994 comedy crime drama with Denis Leary, Judy Davis, Kevin Spacey and Christine Baranski)

    Rescue Dawn (2006 biographical adventure drama with Christian Bale and Steve Zahn _

    The Rules of Attraction (2002 romantic comedy drama with James Van Der Beek, Jessica Biel, Kate Bosworth and Ian Somerhalder)

    Safe Men (1998 crime comedy with Steve Zahn, Sam Rockwell, Mark Ruffalo and Paul Giamatti)

    Smiley Face (2007 comedy with Anna Faris, John Krasinski, Adam Brody, Danny Masterson and Jane Lynch)

    Surfwise (2007 sports documentary. From imdb.com: "Doug Pray explores the life of surfer Dorian "Doc" Paskowitz.")

    Together (2000 romantic comedy drama. From imdb.com: "Elisabeth leaves her abusive and drunken husband Rolf, she packs her bags, takes the kids and goes to her brother Göran. The year is 1975 and Göran lives in a commune called Together. Living in this leftist commune are people between the ages of 25 and 35, along with their children...")

    Two Family House (2000 drama. From imdb.com: "An unseen narrator looks back to 1956, on Staten Island, when Buddy, an Italian guy with big dreams, buys a house planning to live upstairs with his wife Estelle and run a bar downstairs.")

    Walking and Talking (1996 romantic comedy with Catherine Keener, Live Schreiber, Vincent Pastore, Amy Braverman and Anne Heche)

    Wendy and Lucy (2008 drama with Michelle Williams)

    Wristcutters: A Love Story (2006 romantic comedy with Patrick Fugit [Almost Famous])
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  19. BigB08822

    BigB08822 Well-Known Member

    Of these I have seen:

    Bubba Ho-Tep
    Eve's Bayou
    Fish Tank
    The Rules of Attraction

    I feel like I should have seen Prime because Meryl Streep is in it. One day I plan on watching every movie she has ever been in. It is on my bucket list. I bet some of those other movies I have seen and just don't remember them. None of the ones I have seen were great but they weren't bad, either. I guess if they were so great then it wouldn't be on a list of movies that no one knows about.
  20. Wyliefan

    Wyliefan Well-Known Member

    Fly Away Home was okay -- a nice little feel-good movie, but I didn't find it particularly memorable. Wristcutters was flat-out depressing.

    BTW, I saw What Maisie Knew today. Interesting movie, with a very good young actress at the heart of it. One of the most natural child actresses I've seen -- she came across like a real child you might run into on the street, not a little performer. Definitely worth a watch.
  21. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    My ratings for the movies I've seen from the above list:

    9/10 - Prime – A lot of fun. Comeback time for Meryl, but the audience was a bit late in welcoming her back to the top.

    9/10 – Moon – One that stays with you for quite a while. An interesting movie for sure.

    9/10 - The Magdalene Sisters – Really harsh theme, but equally well-made.

    9/10 - My Summer of Love – Welcome to the big screen, Emily Blunt.

    9/10 - Layer Cake - Daniel Craig. ‘nuff said. :D

    9/10 - Cold Comfort Farm – Fun stuff! I’m happy to spend any time I can with Joanna Lumley.

    9/10 - I've Loved You So Long – Oscar worthy performance for Kristin Scott Thomas.

    8/10 - Devil's Playground – a bit depressing, but worth watching.

    8/10 - Rescue Dawn – Like “Prime”, this was a comeback film for Christian Bale but the audience was late to the party.

    6/10 - Murderball – A well-made film, but I found it a downer in that handicapped people chose a violent pastime to get back into living their lives.

    6/10 - Wendy and Lucy - Well-made, but bleak and seemingly lengthy.

    I’m pretty sure that I’ve seen 24 Hour Party People, Chuck and Buck, Eve's Bayou, George Washington, The Orphanage…but after watching the trailers I still couldn’t remember enough about any of them to rate them. Not really a bad sign, probably more telling in regards to my memory!! :lol:
  22. VIETgrlTerifa

    VIETgrlTerifa Well-Known Member

    Chuck and Buck is absolutely fantastic. Lupe Ontiveros (woman most famous for playing Selena's killer) was excellent in her role, and the best part was that she was in a role that wasn't written specifically for a Latina (which is why she took it).
  23. Sofia Alexandra

    Sofia Alexandra Well-Known Member

    I've seen three films on that list:

    The Iron Giant (Love it!)
    Moon (Brilliant film. I've got this on dvd.)
    Rare Exports (I love that Finland throws out films like this one and Iron Sky. How come Sweden never does films like this? Perhaps I should write a weirdly hilarious film about a Swedish woman who's the last person on Earth...)

    I've also seen bits of Idiocracy and Together, but neither of them were to my taste. And I think I may be the only person in Sweden who hasn't seen Lilja 4-Ever, but I have no intention of seeing it.
  24. Grannyfan

    Grannyfan Active Member

    I can only recall seeing two of them: Eve's Bayou, about which I remember nothing, and The Magdalene Sisters, which I will never forget.
  25. Buzz

    Buzz Well-Known Member

    I can hardly believe that Total Crap part 60 is number one at the box office while Star Trek dropped to #3 and Epic is a fail.
  26. PeterG

    PeterG Well-Known Member

    Okay, I've started working on the new thread for June, July and August and I have to give you a sneak peak (and I've only watched four trailers so far)! The trailer for this...

    June 7th - Violet & Daisy - Action comedy drama with Saoirse Ronan, Alexis Bledel, Danny Trejo, James Gandolfini and Marianne Jean-Baptiste

    ...is a great trailer because it gives nothing away about the main plot...but I want to see it! As a matter of fact I don't really know what the movie is about, but don't care! Just get me some popcorn and I'll meet you in the theatre! :lol:

    And this one is pretty :eek: ...

    June 7th - The Purge - Sci-Fi Thriller with Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey and Rhys Wakefield

    Now usually I really hate movies that include violence for the sake of including violence, but this one looks like it could be one wild ride. (And has Ethan Hawke finally gotten a good agent? He seems really relevant to the world of movies these last few years!)

    You're shocked that the Fast and Furious franchise is popular? And isn't it rare for any movie to hold onto the #1 spot for a second week? Especially now that we're at the beginning of the summer releases? Star Trek has already grossed over 100 million and took in over 10 million on Friday alone. I don't think we need to worry about this franchise coming to an early end. Not with those wonderful coloured contact lenses of Chris Pine y'all keep talking about! And I didn't even know what your "Epic" reference meant. Had to refer back to page on of this thread to remind myself of this movie. It did make almost 10 million on Friday alone and came in fourth to three major movies, all of which are ongoing, popular franchises. So I wouldn't call it a fail. :)
  27. Artemis@BC

    Artemis@BC Well-Known Member

    I've seen about 3/4 of the films on that list, and while many are definitely worth seeing, none of them would make any "best of" list I'd put together. But the best of that lot, IMO, are:

    The Magdalene Sisters (ok, this one might make a best-of list, just not sure the category)
    Iron Giant
    Fish Tank
    Happy Accidents
    Broken English
  28. MacMadame

    MacMadame Cat Lady-in-Training

    Iron Giant would make my best-of list. I suspect Murderball would too ... if I ever actually seen it.
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  29. BigB08822

    BigB08822 Well-Known Member

    We took the niece and nephew to see Epic yesterday. It was pretty awful but the kids liked it so I guess it did its job for its target audience.
  30. Wyliefan

    Wyliefan Well-Known Member

    Like we care if they're colored contacts. :p They're still lovely to look at.

    According to Deadline Hollywood, Epic pretty much met expectations for an animated film in a highly competitive weekend. (Of course, one can point out that if Fast and Furious and Hangover sequels make for a highly competitive weekend, we all need to go home and rethink our lives.
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