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Zero Dark Thirty

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by whnay., Aug 8, 2012.

  1. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    My BiL was the designer of this. It almost killed him.

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  2. whnay.

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  3. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    Production Designer.

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  4. whnay.

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    Oh sorry, killed him as in a shit ton of work?
     
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    Looking forward to this one.
     
  6. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    Yes. Tough shoot.

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  7. HORNS

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    I'll be watching it.

    Anyone read "KBL: Kill Bin Laden"?
     
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    Yeah, it was ok...a little cheezy.
     
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    I agree with the cheeziness.
     
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    No, it is not. Ugh.
     
  11. gort

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    I don't like Bigelow but if this is better than the Hurt Locker I'll probably give it a shot.

    I am more excited about the Lone Survivor adaptation. I feel like this movie is awfully rushed, I didn't expect to see a movie about the Bin Laden killing until the 2020's to be honest. Not that I am saying it has to be that far off but I just didn't expect to see something in theaters this soon.
     
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    You are the first person I've met who doesn't like Hurt Locker... kind of like not liking the Godfather
     
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    Yea there are a few movies like that where everyone raves but I just didn't get behind. I'd list a few others but whenever I mention it people act like I'm insane for not liking movies X, Y ,and Z that most seem to go crazy for. :hide:

    I didn't hate the Hurt Locker, I just didn't find it as amazing as most people thought it was.
     
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    #2
     
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    Hurt Locker was good, but not great. Still enjoyed it.
     
  17. PrimusPilus

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    The Hurt Locker was okay, but was just silly in some instances. Like the 4 EODs just roaming around Iraq alone. Then they encounter the SAS team in the desert, who are pinned down by a sniper who is hiding in a building which happens to be the only structure standing for miles and miles (brings to mind the How Not to be Seen Monty Python sketch, obvious cover). And the SAS team has a .50 Barrett, but they do not shoot through the mud brick building. Sheesh.
     
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    Agree. Good movie, but I didn't get a boner over it. The trailer to this looks intriguing not sure if I'll get around to watching though
     
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    Not to mention the head-shot on the guys on the run with the sniper rifle.
     

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