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2012-12-11 09:21:30 AM
Good list, except for Girls. One episode of that made me want to throw something at the screen. I also don't really click with the humor on Modern Family after trying an episode here and there, but I guess I see how other people find it funny. Nine of the ten films are things I either have seen or will see. I'm sort of grudgingly planning to catch a matinee of Life of Pi in 3D. I'm sure the visuals are great, but everything about the trailers makes me think I'm going to bombarded with CGI then force fed a life lesson.
 
2012-12-11 09:28:48 AM
Too bad it's not available on Dish.

*- I know it's back on Dish. thatsthejoke.jpg
 
2012-12-11 11:19:27 AM
don't worry about all those fancy preservation i got the digital copy on UltraViolet.
 
2012-12-11 11:25:54 AM
Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.
 
2012-12-11 11:29:08 AM
Just watched Sark Knight Rises and I am disapoint. I loved the first two movies, but the third was just plain bad. Bane's voice was almost comical and the plot was boring.
 
2012-12-11 11:30:26 AM

Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.


notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.
 
2012-12-11 11:32:47 AM

Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.


I still don't understand how that happened. There is already a comic book that lays down the story for several years past the events in the show. How did season 2 really get stuck on that farm for so long with nothing going on but a bunch of soap opera baby mama drama? Ugh.
 
2012-12-11 11:33:10 AM

stuhayes2010: Just watched Sark Knight Rises and I am disapoint. I loved the first two movies, but the third was just plain bad. Bane's voice was almost comical and the plot was boring.


Are you sure you weren't watching this?

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Bane's voice was distracting the first time I watched it. Watching it again I found it immensely more enjoyable. The intricacies of his voice are very deliberate.
 
2012-12-11 11:34:50 AM

Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.


Which is sad, since the book is amazing.

/not gonna get into a flame war over it. I like it, I don't care if you don't. Well, I kinda care, but not enough to get into it.
 
2012-12-11 11:36:50 AM
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2012-12-11 11:37:26 AM

theurge14: Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.

I still don't understand how that happened. There is already a comic book that lays down the story for several years past the events in the show. How did season 2 really get stuck on that farm for so long with nothing going on but a bunch of soap opera baby mama drama? Ugh.


The WHAR CARL stuff almost killed it. I about gave up on the damn show, especially knowing Darabont was gone. I'm really glad I waited and stuck with it. This season makes up for the mess that it was. Pulling Darabont from it would be like firing Lucas from the original Star Wars and trying to piece together a story. They're just using the comic as a loose guide. They're not going to kill Rick off. Ever.
 
2012-12-11 11:41:00 AM

PizzaJedi81:

/not gonna get into a flame war over it. I like it, I don't care if you don't. Well, I kinda care, but not enough to get into it.


eh. I'm still going to see it. Movie Trailers these days are atrocious so who knows, the CGI stuck out like a sore thumb. Barely remote approximations of what the movie is at times, revealing way too much to the point that you're looking for those specific points to actually happen in the movie itself, ruining the experience.
 
2012-12-11 11:45:11 AM
they farked it up with the Dark Knight. Plain and simple. Rises is a good enough movie, but it won't rank anywhere near TDK when all is said and done.

As for the walking dead, second season was an awful show but I'm so happy with the quality of season 3. Acting and story are considerably better.
 
2012-12-11 11:47:57 AM

Ann Coulter's Diiick: PizzaJedi81:

/not gonna get into a flame war over it. I like it, I don't care if you don't. Well, I kinda care, but not enough to get into it.

eh. I'm still going to see it. Movie Trailers these days are atrocious so who knows, the CGI stuck out like a sore thumb. Barely remote approximations of what the movie is at times, revealing way too much to the point that you're looking for those specific points to actually happen in the movie itself, ruining the experience.


Here's what I don't like: Fast zombies. Not only are fast zombies NOT zombies (A discussion for another time.), but they go completely contrary to what Max Brooks wrote in the novel on which the movie is based! I mean, I dig zombie movies, so I'll probably end up seeing this one, but wait until it comes out on video.
 
2012-12-11 11:48:05 AM
Good to see some love for AHS.

collider.com
 
2012-12-11 12:00:08 PM
I saw TDKR in theatres, loved it. Re-watched TDK a month later, loved it more. And now just last weekend re-watched TDKR, and I'm so on the fence.

I think Bane was simply f*cking awesone. His voice, so menacing, is mannerisms, his politeness, etc. His crushing un-waverability, ruthlessness, etc. Everything about him is larger than life and just simply amazing. One of the best villains I've seen in years. Dare I say I liked him better than The Joker.

However there are SO many loopholes. Just so incredibly many. And they fell into the trap of making the main tough guy not look so tough, in order to make the NEW good guy look tough. AKA waif-ism. Performed by 105lbs soaking wet Anne Hathaway (I know, I must be a sexist monster). That and he wasn't mysterious and in the shadows. Aside from his first appearance in the film, he was kinda terrible at being Batman.

But that aside, I still freakin love TDKR. I think Batman Begins is the best, but I just don't know which one I like better of the other two.
 
2012-12-11 12:00:41 PM
The Dark Knight Rises was WEAK.

/as for television I can't stand Girls and Louie
 
2012-12-11 12:11:58 PM

Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.


As a non-fanboy who is late to the party - caught up on seasons 1 & 2 on Netflix before I got into season 3, having never read the comic books (not graphic novels, comic books). Then I started reading books. The first 2 seasons were WAAAAAY better, the story needed to be fleshed out (geddit?) and tracked a whole lot better, considering all the extra characters introduced. The scene when Sophia comes out of the barn was powerful, and pissed me off.
 
2012-12-11 12:32:37 PM

sure haven't:


However there are SO many loopholes. Just so incredibly many. And they fell into the trap of making the main tough guy not look so tough, in order to make the NEW good guy look tough.




Notice how in the last fight they dressed him in a baggy shirt so he doesn't look as huge?
 
2012-12-11 12:50:11 PM

theurge14: I still don't understand how that happened. There is already a comic book that lays down the story for several years past the events in the show. How did season 2 really get stuck on that farm for so long with nothing going on but a bunch of soap opera baby mama drama? Ugh


If I remember right, it was because AMC slashed their budget for season 2 and filming on the farm was cheap.
 
2012-12-11 12:59:02 PM

sure haven't: I think Bane was simply f*cking awesone. His voice, so menacing, is mannerisms, his politeness, etc. His crushing un-waverability, ruthlessness, etc. Everything about him is larger than life and just simply amazing. One of the best villains I've seen in years. Dare I say I liked him better than The Joker.


QFT.

\Just watched Lawless, Tom Hardy is badass.
 
2012-12-11 01:02:31 PM

devilEther: sure haven't: I think Bane was simply f*cking awesone. His voice, so menacing, is mannerisms, his politeness, etc. His crushing un-waverability, ruthlessness, etc. Everything about him is larger than life and just simply amazing. One of the best villains I've seen in years. Dare I say I liked him better than The Joker.

QFT.

\Just watched Lawless, Tom Hardy is badass.


Oh F*CK me yes. One of the best films I've ever seen. My man-boner for Hardy grows daily.
 
2012-12-11 01:09:10 PM

theurge14: Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.

I still don't understand how that happened. There is already a comic book that lays down the story for several years past the events in the show. How did season 2 really get stuck on that farm for so long with nothing going on but a bunch of soap opera baby mama drama? Ugh.


Budget cuts.
 
2012-12-11 01:24:22 PM
DNR? Absolutely.

Walking Dead - what a joke. It is just violence-porn..
.
oh look, while I am running I can turn around and head-shot zombies and never miss and my magic gun never has any recoil. Oh wait, I now have a magic sword that can penetrate a forehead and go through the back of the skull when I thrust it at a person
 
2012-12-11 01:25:30 PM

sure haven't: devilEther: sure haven't: I think Bane was simply f*cking awesone. His voice, so menacing, is mannerisms, his politeness, etc. His crushing un-waverability, ruthlessness, etc. Everything about him is larger than life and just simply amazing. One of the best villains I've seen in years. Dare I say I liked him better than The Joker.

QFT.

\Just watched Lawless, Tom Hardy is badass.

Oh F*CK me yes. One of the best films I've ever seen. My man-boner for Hardy grows daily.


I thought he was quite charming in Inception. NTTAWWT?
 
2012-12-11 01:26:38 PM
True, Rises wasn't as good as Dark Knight (tough act to follow), but is a really damn good movie on it's own and a great close to the Trilogy.

Can't wait for have the Trilogy on Bluray (Refuse to pirate movies/games I love...).
 
2012-12-11 01:40:05 PM

Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.


stuhayes2010: Just watched Sark Knight Rises and I am disapoint. I loved the first two movies, but the third was just plain bad. Bane's voice was almost comical and the plot was boring.


Yes, yes, we get it. This sucks, that sucks, everything's lame. You folks liked zombies and Batman before they went mainstream and sold out, etc.

sure haven't: I saw TDKR in theatres, loved it. Re-watched TDK a month later, loved it more. And now just last weekend re-watched TDKR, and I'm so on the fence.

I think Bane was simply f*cking awesone. His voice, so menacing, is mannerisms, his politeness, etc. His crushing un-waverability, ruthlessness, etc. Everything about him is larger than life and just simply amazing. One of the best villains I've seen in years. Dare I say I liked him better than The Joker.

However there are SO many loopholes. Just so incredibly many. And they fell into the trap of making the main tough guy not look so tough, in order to make the NEW good guy look tough. AKA waif-ism. Performed by 105lbs soaking wet Anne Hathaway (I know, I must be a sexist monster). That and he wasn't mysterious and in the shadows. Aside from his first appearance in the film, he was kinda terrible at being Batman.

But that aside, I still freakin love TDKR. I think Batman Begins is the best, but I just don't know which one I like better of the other two.


I was watching it again last night and only have one complaint:

*SPOILERS*



Bane's death was a bit of an anti-climax. The fight was good, but the death itself felt uneventful. Still, the rest of the movie is so good that I shrugged it off. The climb out of the pit and the ending were perfect.

As far as not being in the shadows, I noticed that too, but kind of liked it. Bane is such a tough and direct opponent that clinging to the dark and taking him out by surprise just doesn't work, so I guess it made sense near the end. He fought like more of a brawler, which I enjoyed too. 

/Still prefer The Dark Knight, but the other two films remain great.
 
2012-12-11 01:48:42 PM

Wayne 985: Bane's death was a bit of an anti-climax. The fight was good, but the death itself felt uneventful. Still, the rest of the movie is so good that I shrugged it off. The climb out of the pit and the ending were perfect.

As far as not being in the shadows, I noticed that too, but kind of liked it. Bane is such a tough and direct opponent that clinging to the dark and taking him out by surprise just doesn't work, so I guess it made sense near the end. He fought like more of a brawler, which I enjoyed too.

/Still prefer The Dark Knight, but the other two films remain great.


I agree about the death. And it was laughably PG13. A close range whatever-it-was that hit him would've blown him apart like hamburger meat (I know, you can't expect that in a mainstream Batman movie).

Hmm never thought of it that way. That's true, Bane is also from the League of Shadows. It's like fighting his equal. Just like Begins. The majesty of Batman kinda seemed trite as soon as Ra's showed up. It really brought it back to "oh right, it's just a guy in a suit". Being from the same place I guess had that effect.

Re: brawler.
The fight on the steps at the end; one of the comments on YouTube made me laugh: "Bane in rage mode is terrifying" (when he flurries Batman against the coloumn). Made me laugh cause I remember thinking the same thing when I watched it Saturday. I must've missed it in the theatres.
 
2012-12-11 01:52:11 PM
"I don't care what anyone says: The Dark Knight Rises kind of blew. It was so preoccupied with arcs and symbolism and the real cost of being a Batman that it lost all sense of fun and ended up being an overly serious puckered asshole of a movie."
 
2012-12-11 01:56:21 PM
I was underwhelmed by TDKR. It was okay, but sort of predictable.

I really don't get why they even bothered to call the villain "Bane", as he shares nothing in common with the Bane from the comics.

Bane: South American, Latino.
Movie Bane: European white guy

Bane: Grew up in prison, became tough because of it.
Movie Bane: Escaped prison as a child. Became tough because he joined the League of Shadows.

Bane: Wears a Lucha mask.
Movie Bane: Wears a weird breath mask like Darth Vader.

Bane: Requires Venom to be superhumanly huge and powerful.
Movie Bane: What's Venom? He needs his Darth Vader mask to breathe.

Bane: Broke the Bat to become Gotham City's Crimelord and defeat the demonic bat of his dreams.
Movie Bane: Broke the Bat to get him out of the way so he could destroy Gotham in a convoluted, unnecessarily slow-going plot in which he was just a pawn (why wait to detonate? Why not just do it NOW?)

Bane: Set free everyone in Arkham Asylum, including the costumed villains.
Movie Bane: Let the Blackgate prisoners free. Just normal criminals.

Bane: Master of disguise.
Movie Bane: Master of droll comments and bad costuming.

Bane: Photographic memory and genius I.Q..
Movie Bane: Smart, but gullible.

Bane: Eventually helped Ras Al Ghul and Talia release a virus into Gotham and the world.
Movie Bane: Helped Talia drive a nuke around Gotham for a few months until Catwoman killed him.

It's just not Bane in the movie. It's Batman Darth Vader Terrorist.
 
2012-12-11 01:57:28 PM

sure haven't: Wayne 985: Bane's death was a bit of an anti-climax. The fight was good, but the death itself felt uneventful. Still, the rest of the movie is so good that I shrugged it off. The climb out of the pit and the ending were perfect.

As far as not being in the shadows, I noticed that too, but kind of liked it. Bane is such a tough and direct opponent that clinging to the dark and taking him out by surprise just doesn't work, so I guess it made sense near the end. He fought like more of a brawler, which I enjoyed too.

/Still prefer The Dark Knight, but the other two films remain great.

I agree about the death. And it was laughably PG13. A close range whatever-it-was that hit him would've blown him apart like hamburger meat (I know, you can't expect that in a mainstream Batman movie).


Yeah, same with the Deputy Commissioner who was shot by Talia's tumbler. No blood that I saw. I understand why, but it still made me cock my head.

Hmm never thought of it that way. That's true, Bane is also from the League of Shadows. It's like fighting his equal. Just like Begins. The majesty of Batman kinda seemed trite as soon as Ra's showed up. It really brought it back to "oh right, it's just a guy in a suit". Being from the same place I guess had that effect.

Re: brawler.
The fight on the steps at the end; one of the comments on YouTube made me laugh: "Bane in rage mode is terrifying" (when he flurries Batman against the coloumn). Made me laugh cause I remember thinking the same thing when I watched it Saturday. I must've missed it in the theatres.


That's my favorite part of the fight. Batman breaks his mask and Bane goes completely berserk. I don't know how or why he busted up a concrete pillar with his hands, but it was damn cool.
 
2012-12-11 02:03:19 PM

Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.


In total agreement. Redemption followed the missteps in midseason 2 for sure. Barn slaughter on; gold star. And, WWZ looks to be all kinds of horrible.
 
2012-12-11 02:06:10 PM

stuhayes2010: Just watched Sark Knight Rises and I am disapoint. I loved the first two movies, but the third was just plain bad. Bane's voice was almost comical and the plot was boring.


Ive seen it three times now. Its grown on me more each viewing. As the last act of the trilogy its great. Of the three movies, its the weakest. But as part of the body of work as a whole, it really closes things out nicely.
 
2012-12-11 02:07:13 PM
I was really disappointed with DKR. It was boring. It was a 3 hour movie with an anti-climactic ending. It wasn't a bad film but it sure as hell was far from a good one.
I wasn't half as memorable or enjoyable as the previous 2. Although the 2nd one started to get way off-track with the Two-Face story. Why did they try to cram so much plot and subplot into the last two films? There was way too much going on.
 
2012-12-11 02:10:13 PM

Wayne 985: sure haven't: Wayne 985:
The fight on the steps at the end; one of the comments on YouTube made me laugh: "Bane in rage mode is terrifying" (when he flurries Batman against the coloumn). Made me laugh cause I remember thinking the same thing when I watched it Saturday. I must've missed it in the theatres.

That's my favorite part of the fight. Batman breaks his mask and Bane goes completely berserk. I don't know how or why he busted up a concrete pillar with his hands, but it was damn cool.


I was going to mention that very thing, that moment when he's really wailing on Batman, gawddamm ferocious!!
 
2012-12-11 02:14:34 PM

PizzaJedi81:
Here's what I don't like: Fast zombies. Not only are fast zombies NOT zombies (A discussion for another time.), but they go completely contrary to what Max Brooks wrote in the novel on which the movie is based! I mean, I dig zombie movies, so I'll probably end up seeing this one, but wait until it comes out on video.


What you call "zombies" aren't zombies, either.

Zombie: Living human who has been drugged, buried alive, brainwashed and enslaved by a vodoun bokor.

Ghoul: Undead, animated human corpse that eats the flesh of the living (and sometimes the recently deceased, too.)


Max Brooks wouldn't know a zombie if it bit him (and they don't generally bite). He wrote a book about ghouls, but even then he did it sloppy, turning it into survival porn rather than treating the ghouls as a force of nature. His monster could have been anything; It didn't need to be the undead, because they were so generic and stood in as "enemy force". He could just as easily go through the book and change them to pod people, and the story would be the same.


There's a reason you never hear the word "zombie" in a Romero flick until much later in the series. The first one never uses the word at all. O'Bannon's Return of the Living Dead also avoids "zombie", calling them "dead things" or "dead people". Again, it's not until later that the word "zombie" becomes misused and somehow replaces the more accurate "ghoul" (which Romero does use).

You want zombies? Watch The Serpent and the Rainbow or White Zombie. They have the right of it.
 
2012-12-11 02:18:09 PM

tenpoundsofcheese: DNR? Absolutely.

Walking Dead - what a joke. It is just violence-porn..
.
oh look, while I am running I can turn around and head-shot zombies and never miss and my magic gun never has any recoil. Oh wait, I now have a magic sword that can penetrate a forehead and go through the back of the skull when I thrust it at a person


Ghouls are mushy. Rotting.
 
2012-12-11 02:27:46 PM

theurge14: Ann Coulter's Diiick: Elzar: Seriously? The Walking Dead? What an epic piece of shiat Zombie sell-out show... they'd show more restraint to wait for the more realistic stylings of World War Z before passing such sweeping judgements.

notsureifserious.jpg

Walking Dead had some missteps when they got rid of Darabont and didn't know what to do, but this season is awesome. WWZ looks horrible.

I still don't understand how that happened. There is already a comic book that lays down the story for several years past the events in the show. How did season 2 really get stuck on that farm for so long with nothing going on but a bunch of soap opera baby mama drama? Ugh.


They couldn't afford 2 major locations for shooting.
 
2012-12-11 02:28:35 PM

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Good to see some love for AHS.

[collider.com image 850x283]


She put Vincent Gallo's dick in her mouth - FYI
 
2012-12-11 02:29:42 PM

ZeroCorpse: tenpoundsofcheese: DNR? Absolutely.

Walking Dead - what a joke. It is just violence-porn..
.
oh look, while I am running I can turn around and head-shot zombies and never miss and my magic gun never has any recoil. Oh wait, I now have a magic sword that can penetrate a forehead and go through the back of the skull when I thrust it at a person

Ghouls are mushy. Rotting.


Bones don't rot.
 
2012-12-11 02:32:32 PM

ZeroCorpse: Movie Bane: Escaped prison as a child.


No. Pay closer attention to the movie next time.
 
2012-12-11 02:42:58 PM
Missing from the list:

The Grey
Cabin in the Woods
The Avengers (hey, if you're going to include DKR, this is a better superhero movie)
Brave
Killer Joe
Looper
Cloud Atlas
 
2012-12-11 02:44:38 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: ZeroCorpse: Movie Bane: Escaped prison as a child.

No. Pay closer attention to the movie next time.


Why does it always seem that people with criticisms of TDKR appear to have fallen asleep during the film? It drives me crazy.
 
2012-12-11 02:45:58 PM

devilEther: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: Good to see some love for AHS.

[collider.com image 850x283]

She put Vincent Gallo's dick in her mouth - FYI


So you're saying I've got a chance?
 
2012-12-11 02:51:58 PM
I'd have to see it again, and I know there were some plot holes, but TDKR really worked for me. Loved it.
 
2012-12-11 03:01:36 PM

devilEther: Wayne 985: sure haven't: Wayne 985:
The fight on the steps at the end; one of the comments on YouTube made me laugh: "Bane in rage mode is terrifying" (when he flurries Batman against the coloumn). Made me laugh cause I remember thinking the same thing when I watched it Saturday. I must've missed it in the theatres.

That's my favorite part of the fight. Batman breaks his mask and Bane goes completely berserk. I don't know how or why he busted up a concrete pillar with his hands, but it was damn cool.

I was going to mention that very thing, that moment when he's really wailing on Batman, gawddamm ferocious!!


And that extra punch he throws. He misses Batman once and breaks a pillar. But then out of sheer rage he just throws another punch at the pillar itself. Little things like that. Brilliant.
 
2012-12-11 03:03:06 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: Missing from the list:

The Grey
Cabin in the Woods
The Avengers (hey, if you're going to include DKR, this is a better superhero movie)
Brave
Killer Joe
Looper
Cloud Atlas


The Avengers was somewhat disappointing to me. Good movie and fun, but the story was shallow and half the characters felt lifeless. C+ or B- to me.

Haven't seen the others you listed, though The Grey looks great.
 
2012-12-11 03:05:32 PM
AFI made nothing worth listening to after the All Hallows EP.

/dnrtfa
//wrong AFI, blah
 
2012-12-11 03:12:14 PM

Wayne 985: Tyrone Slothrop: Missing from the list:

The Grey
Cabin in the Woods
The Avengers (hey, if you're going to include DKR, this is a better superhero movie)
Brave
Killer Joe
Looper
Cloud Atlas

The Avengers was somewhat disappointing to me. Good movie and fun, but the story was shallow and half the characters felt lifeless. C+ or B- to me.

Haven't seen the others you listed, though The Grey looks great.


It's a really good movie. However, if you're just going by the ads, it's not Liam Neeson fighting wolves for 90 minutes. It's much more of a character piece.
 
2012-12-11 03:19:39 PM

Tyrone Slothrop: It's a really good movie. However, if you're just going by the ads, it's not Liam Neeson fighting wolves for 90 minutes. It's much more of a character piece.


Yeah, I've read that it's actually very depressing, which might be why I've been putting it off. It's on Netflix Instant though, so I may watch it tonight.
 
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