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(Deadline)   James Bond slays the sparkly Twilight vampires at the box office and helps to ensure Gerard Butler's latest bomb did as little damage to audiences as possible   (deadline.com) divider line 58
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2012-12-09 08:45:35 PM

FunkOut: Yes, that's when things hit ludicrous speed.


There were a few points where I said, "What the hell am I watching..."

But in a GOOD way, mind you!


Mugato: Does Amy Smart get naked in the sequel?


Close enough.
 
2012-12-09 09:10:14 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Tenor Reaper: Okay you convinced me. I'm watching Crank on Netflix right now.

Like I said, the original is okay, take-it-or-leave-it stuff.

BUT THE SEQUEL, MY GOD :D


Switching tacks, then XD
 
2012-12-09 09:15:28 PM

coco ebert: The Headless Horseman's Headless Horse: State_College_Arsonist: Seeing as this is turning into a general movie thread, has anyone seen Killing Them Softly? It looks decent, but received some mediocre reviews. I have a lot of time off to kill before the new year begins, and seeing a movie or two would give me something to do.

Also, Skyfall was excellent.

Killing Them Softly was obnoxious. It's been a long time since I've watched a movie in which I hated every farking character.

This. I NEVER thought I'd hate a James Gandolfini performance, yet here we are. And I have a tolerance for slow, artsy movies. This just sucked.


I thought his performance was the best part of the movie. He never had any intention of doing the hit. He knew he was about to go to prison and just decided to use the trip as an excuse to have a last hurrah.

Plus, it was a nice head fake, since the entire audience was expecting Tony Soprano or the hitman from True Romance to show up.
 
2012-12-09 09:40:43 PM

stoli n coke: coco ebert: The Headless Horseman's Headless Horse: State_College_Arsonist: Seeing as this is turning into a general movie thread, has anyone seen Killing Them Softly? It looks decent, but received some mediocre reviews. I have a lot of time off to kill before the new year begins, and seeing a movie or two would give me something to do.

Also, Skyfall was excellent.

Killing Them Softly was obnoxious. It's been a long time since I've watched a movie in which I hated every farking character.

This. I NEVER thought I'd hate a James Gandolfini performance, yet here we are. And I have a tolerance for slow, artsy movies. This just sucked.

I thought his performance was the best part of the movie. He never had any intention of doing the hit. He knew he was about to go to prison and just decided to use the trip as an excuse to have a last hurrah.

Plus, it was a nice head fake, since the entire audience was expecting Tony Soprano or the hitman from True Romance to show up.


The acting wasn't bad. He was good. It was just ... boring.
 
2012-12-09 10:27:28 PM
but I liked Dear Frankie, myself.

xclnt movie, a slight tearjerker, great cast
 
2012-12-10 01:17:21 AM

simplicimus: alwaysjaded: Apos: Any good(read: worth of repeated viewings) Gerard Butler flicks aside from Reign Of Fire ?

I watch RocknRolla every couple of months. If you liked Snatch or Lock, Stock and 2 Smoking Barrels, you'll like it.

I liked Law Abiding Citizen.


I think you and me make two people in the entire world who like it. I rewatch it every few months. SPOILER!!!!!! I was so disappointed he "lost", I never watch the very end. Would have been a much better story if he had have blown up City Hall and killed the fark out of Jamie Foxx END SPOILER

I was looking at IMDB and wondering why The Next Three Days wasn't there, but that's Russell Crowe. Whoops.

/Rrrrrrrussell Crowe
//Soon you'll rue the day you dared to cross Russell Crowe
///Sorry, it's practically mandatory for me to quote that
 
2012-12-10 01:49:28 AM
The Twilight movie was actually not that bad.
 
2012-12-10 07:15:43 AM

alwaysjaded


Can't seem to find the article (I read it a few weeks ago) but the jist was that it was going to be too hard to bring back the cast. I'm guessing they're talking about Hardy, Newton, Elba and Wilkinson. I would love to see a sequel as well. Here's the most recent article I could find but it's from a year ago. It says there's a script but some concerns. I'm on my phone so can't link.


Much appreciated! A quick poke around teh Googles showed a lot of articles from the same general time (December 2011) but nothing definitive since then. D'oh.
 
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