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post #5821 of 10095
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

Is this a joke? You're looking forward to GI Joe? C'mon man. You're embarrassing us.


Dude, really bad action films are my favorite. Hell, I said "Battleship" was top 2012 flick.

Also, one of the reasons I love travelling overseas is there is ALWAYS a network that shows nothing but B-grade action films from the U.S. I get no fewer than 10 movie recommendations each trip.
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The Hobbitt

Est Cost: $250,000,000

Total Lifetime Grosses
Domestic: $289,530,240
Foreign:  $632,200,000

Worldwide: $921,730,240 and counting...

Answer to your question: No.

lefty

 


OK, for some reason I thought it hadn't done well financially.
post #5822 of 10095

^ It may not have met expectations as quickly as people hoped, but once the dust clears (the huge back-end payoff cheques get cut) and the DVD sales begin this thing will gush money for a long time.

 

Mind you, there probably are some accountants out there preparing arguments to show that it will never make money.

 

lefty

post #5823 of 10095
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

Dude, really bad action films are my favorite. Hell, I said "Battleship" was top 2012 flick.

Also, one of the reasons I love travelling overseas is there is ALWAYS a network that shows nothing but B-grade action films from the U.S. I get no fewer than 10 movie recommendations each trip.


I get the love for bad action movies, hell I will always watch "I Come in Peace" or "Universal Soldier 2" if they're on the TV, but don't say you're looking forward to them. C'mon, man.
post #5824 of 10095
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Originally Posted by harvey_birdman View Post

I get the love for bad action movies, hell I will always watch "I Come in Peace" or "Universal Soldier 2" if they're on the TV, but don't say you're looking forward to them. C'mon, man.

Dude, I have free movie passes, really unorthodox work hours and it will already be warm by the time it comes out? Yeah, I'm looking forward to seeing ish like that for free on the big screen.
post #5825 of 10095
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Dude, I have free movie passes, really unorthodox work hours and it will already be warm by the time it comes out? Yeah, I'm looking forward to seeing ish like that for free on the big screen.


Ahh, did not realize it would be free. Yes, I'd probably sneak some vodka into a theater and watch GI Joe in Imax for free too. Go in good health, you have my blessing.
post #5826 of 10095

I finally got around to seeing Looper, which was very enjoyable. Piper Parabo and Emily Blunt didn't hurt either.
 

post #5827 of 10095

Promised Land, score: 10/10 really enjoyed this flick!

post #5828 of 10095
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Watching Ice Station Zebra. I'd forgotten how much I liked it. Great cast, Patrick MacGoohan at his smarmiest. They even have an "intermission",.

Great film. Great score.

Patrick McGoohan is class.
post #5829 of 10095
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Originally Posted by Varmant View Post

Did you enjoy the 'angry guy' (Alex Jones) ranting? I certainly did.

lol, yes that was funny.
post #5830 of 10095
Seven Psychopaths. Odd movie. But it worked out very well, enjoyed it a lot.
post #5831 of 10095
Ghost Dog on netflix instant. Bad ass, I cant believe ive never heard of this.
post #5832 of 10095
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Originally Posted by Pennglock View Post

Ghost Dog on netflix instant. Bad ass, I cant believe ive never heard of this.

Love that movie, it's pretty funny as well.
post #5833 of 10095
Jarmusch's best film, better than Dead Man.
post #5834 of 10095
Just saw "Hansel and Gretel." For light, silly, escapist fare, I thought it was pretty damn good--a lot of fun. Gemma Arterton filled out her black leather pants very fetchingly, even if they probably were not quite correct for women's wear in the 16th or 17th century or whenever the dramatic date was supposed to be. The firearms were also extremely anachronistic, but who cares?
post #5835 of 10095
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The firearms were also extremely anachronistic, but who cares?

Rambo. And Harvey Birdman.
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