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Official: Superhero, Comic Book, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Horror, etc... FILM THREAD

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by RFX45, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. Neo_Version 7

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    I'll give Spider-Man 4 a chance just because I think it looks way more promising than the Andrew Garfield ones. Plus, it has Tony Stark and Birdman.

    You're right about the Transformers crap though. I barely remember the last one.
     
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    I'm below 100% as well, but that's because of DC and the non-Marvel Entertainment movies featuring Marvel characters. I didn't bother with SvB until it hit video and I still haven't seen Suicide Squad, and the X-men and Fantastic Four films mean I likely won't bother with Wonder Woman, Logan, Aqua Man, etc.

    I'm intrigued by the Six Billion Dollar Man, though I'd've preferred someone besides Wahlberg as the lead. I'd love a movie that followed the darker tone of the books, where Austin was essentially a super-assassin, and was told point blank they settled for him because they couldn't make a robot yet. I'm surprised it's being made - last I heard the Caidin estate was strangling all attempts to remake the show in any form. You can't even get new copies of the books.
     
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    FWIW, I amazon rented the extended director's cut version of BvS and thought it was far more enjoyable than the theatrical version.
     
  5. Neo_Version 7

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    Do you mean tolerable??
     
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    I know I'm in the minority but I always just thought of the first Blade Runner as okay. It never really blew me away or anything like that. It had some neat visuals and the performances were good but overall, I just wasn't a huge fan. I'm more excited about this solely because of Villeneuve
     
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    So...it's like Heart of Darkness meets The Road to Wellville?
     
  11. gort

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    Nothing about the Alien: Covenant teaser pics?
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    there's the new protagonist looking like Ripley

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    Word of mouth about it has been positive. Supposed to be a return to form. Strong horror elements and gore. We should also see the return of the classic Alien.
     
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    Assasins Creed?

    XMen?

    Alien: Covenant?

    Steve Jobs?
     
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    Alien Covenant better be fucking awesome. I am so ready.
     
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    It needs to be after the steaming pile of dogshit called Prometheus.
     
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    Come on - this looks like the same old same old from the franchise; pretty much a remake of the first. I liked Prometheus because it was at least going somewhere with the story. This looks like the old Halloween or Friday the 13th franchises - re-telling the same story with a new cast of victims every time. I'll pass.

    Off to the movies soon, stll trying to decide between Passengers and Assassin's Creed.
     

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