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(Contact Music)   So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'   (contactmusic.com) divider line 19
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2014-03-27 10:12:58 AM  
BWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM
 
2014-03-27 10:41:57 AM  
It's obviously a direct sequel to Magic Mike, where the Tampa club is so successful that Matthew McConaughey becomes a billionaire who puts clubs in every town like Starbucks. With Earth market saturated, he invents wormhole technology in order to expand his male strip club dynasty to other worlds.
 
2014-03-27 10:45:38 AM  

Mad_Radhu: It's obviously a direct sequel to Magic Mike, where the Tampa club is so successful that Matthew McConaughey becomes a billionaire who puts clubs in every town like Starbucks. With Earth market saturated, he invents wormhole technology in order to expand his male strip club dynasty to other worlds.


All the while still working day and night to find the Yellow King
 
2014-03-27 11:57:46 AM  

Mad_Radhu: It's obviously a direct sequel to Magic Mike, where the Tampa club is so successful that Matthew McConaughey becomes a billionaire who puts clubs in every town like Starbucks. With Earth market saturated, he invents wormhole technology in order to expand his male strip club dynasty to other worlds.


Nah, it's a sequel to Contact where Matthew McConaughey's priest gets in the pod and embarks on a journey to Vega in order to get Jodie Foster out of the loony-bin.
 
2014-03-27 11:57:49 AM  
So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.
 
2014-03-27 12:22:32 PM  

Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.


Those are always the best kinds of trailers, where they give you a general, if vague idea of what the movie is about without vomiting the storyline et al right at the first go, so you go into the movie still wondering what's going to happen.
 
2014-03-27 12:44:03 PM  

Smoking GNU: Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.

Those are always the best kinds of trailers, where they give you a general, if vague idea of what the movie is about without vomiting the storyline et al right at the first go, so you go into the movie still wondering what's going to happen.


Exactly. The problem is often that the closer you get to a release date the less control the director/producers actually have over trailers (from what I have heard). Many of them are made by the studio without any input which sucks. Luckily I think big directors and producers have enough clout that they can prevent this. I'm sick of many of the best bits/scenes from a movie appearing in trailers. Basically give me the IMDB "teaser" synopsis of a film, a rough idea of what it is about, and the tone of the movie, and that's it.
 
2014-03-27 12:56:09 PM  

Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.


I've actually done a complete 180 and gone from loving trailers to avoiding them as much as I can
 
2014-03-27 12:56:54 PM  

Smoking GNU: Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.

Those are always the best kinds of trailers, where they give you a general, if vague idea of what the movie is about without vomiting the storyline et al right at the first go, so you go into the movie still wondering what's going to happen.


That's what has me worried about the new Captain America movie.
 
2014-03-27 01:06:15 PM  

CarnySaur: Smoking GNU: Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.

Those are always the best kinds of trailers, where they give you a general, if vague idea of what the movie is about without vomiting the storyline et al right at the first go, so you go into the movie still wondering what's going to happen.

That's what has me worried about the new Captain America movie.


Except that that would be the exception to the rule, since odds are (this being fark and all) most people would already know the basic storyline around the "Winter Soldier". Other examples of this would be "The Hobbit" movies and similar.
 
2014-03-27 01:32:05 PM  
I love Nolan, but this will not compare to cinema masterpiece that is Black Knight.
 
2014-03-27 01:38:08 PM  

Lee's_Austin: I love Nolan, but this will not compare to cinema masterpiece that is Black Knight.


Black Knight?
 
2014-03-27 01:39:24 PM  

mjohnson71: Lee's_Austin: I love Nolan, but this will not compare to cinema masterpiece that is Black Knight.

Black Knight?


This went missing.
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2014-03-27 02:11:12 PM  
Somebody better call the Bwammmmmmmmmmmbulance!

/amirite?
 
2014-03-27 02:19:02 PM  

mjohnson71: mjohnson71: Lee's_Austin: I love Nolan, but this will not compare to cinema masterpiece that is Black Knight.

Black Knight?

This went missing.
[upload.wikimedia.org image 299x443]


Yup.  Ahead of its time, that one.
 
2014-03-27 03:21:52 PM  

mjohnson71: mjohnson71: Lee's_Austin: I love Nolan, but this will not compare to cinema masterpiece that is Black Knight.

Black Knight?

This went missing.
[upload.wikimedia.org image 299x443]


That honky gramma be trippin
 
2014-03-27 03:52:31 PM  
I remember seeing the trailer for GI Joe retaliation and thus experiencing a whole nother form of super boner I had never experienced before.

I finally watched the goddamn movie and it was almost nothing like the farking trailer. The farking mountain top ninja scene was almost like a Benny hill routine!
 
2014-03-27 07:36:02 PM  
I prefer it that way
 
2014-03-28 09:57:24 AM  

Smoking GNU: Witty_Retort: So after Christopher Nolan's CinemaCon appearance, we still know absolutely nothing about 'Interstellar'

other than I will be there opening weekend.

/OMFG!! We don't have the complete script out months before release!!!! TEH HORRRRORRRRSSS!!!!!
//I would like to actually experience a movie in the theater, not the trailers.

Those are always the best kinds of trailers, where they give you a general, if vague idea of what the movie is about without vomiting the storyline et al right at the first go, so you go into the movie still wondering what's going to happen.


Sometimes that can work out though.  I thought that I knew the entire plot of Brave after seeing the trailer.  Then I saw the movie and realized that I had only known the first third of the movie.  That was a nice surprise.
 
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