Looks amazing. Great job, you guys!
Oops, Ned. Obviously an O'Error. The text has been corrected above. Thanks.
Just out of curiosity, who is Sam O’Neill? Is it the actor who played Dr. O'Grant in Jurassic O'Park?
Thanks for the warning. I'm up to here with the dying father routine.
Critics are slamming it as crap because it IS awful. But just because something is terrible doesn't mean it's not fun. WHD is a hell of a lot of fun … god awful, laughable fun.
What a hilariously clever and apt headline.
I absolutely LOVED this movie. I didn't go into it thinking it was supposed to be factual, so maybe that is why. There was honestly nothing about this movie I didn't love.. I don't understand why so many critics are saying it was crap. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time :)
After seeing the "new Superman" I thought it was alright but, I kind of hoped the big wigs in Hollywood would expand a bit and do a movie say of the martian man hunter John Jones or the Flash. The new suit idea was okay I guess but, even as kids growing' up, the look of Superman was classic. The movie had a lot of bang but, the story line still was pretty much the same. Typical summer movie fare but, no big deal.
Gerwig is so awesome all-around. Would love to give her hugs and be friends. :)
Check out the lead on the Drudge Report!
Cant wait to watch it!
Can't wait to see it!
Thanks robbo06. I thought the majority of critics were overly hard on it, as if the film deserved comparisons to The Wizard of Oz. Of course it was never going to measure up to an established classic! But as a modern popcorn movie Oz ain't bad at all.
Joe Bardis assessment of the movie is absolutely true. You'll love it. The movie has everything a blockbuster should have and more. Sure, it's great for kids and big kids too. Nice production and great direction. the use of computer imagery is not overdone. I just hope we get more of this sort of entertainment.
To my amazement, the audience responded to the scene that Anthony Salveggi hints about and, it was deafening. Scared me too. After all this time of Slasher movies where a woman gets mauled by some lunatic, here is a movie that is just plain spooky. This is what shock theater is all about. Hitchcock was into it big time.
I was embarrassing myself, but I couldn't help it. The ending was both completely ridiculous and caught me by surprise (in retrospect, I think I was stupid), which was a combustable combination after two hours of Nick Sparks melodrama.
I'm glad your testicles made an appearance at this screening. Had you not laughed, I'd assumed you a eunuch.
Just thinking you laughed Max Cady-style through the hankie portion of the flick made my afternoon.
Die Hard had four good outings, but you could feel the whole thing running out of gas about the time John McClane started surfing on an F-15 near the end of the last one. We should have all seen this coming …
Well Damn! I was really looking forward to this noisy distraction. :|]
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