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06-18-2008 03:41 PM
abrocks22 i have to say i was slightly disappointed in the movie but it wasn't a bad movie. It was alright but wouldn't recommend it to others
06-17-2008 11:53 AM
Gustov
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Originally Posted by killclimbz View Post
Do you think he's done anything good? His masterpiece is probably George of the Jungle. Yeah, BF is a horrible actor. This movie just smacks of "Mummy Lite" to me and it looks like crap.
i agree with ya there, but it looked cool becuase i was at the theater with 3d glasses on, and of course they showcased some of the more impressive 3d scenes.
06-17-2008 11:46 AM
killclimbz Do you think he's done anything good? His masterpiece is probably George of the Jungle. Yeah, BF is a horrible actor. This movie just smacks of "Mummy Lite" to me and it looks like crap.
06-17-2008 11:34 AM
Gustov
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Two words, Brendan Fraser...
is that good or bad? because that was the one thing that i didn't like about the preview.
06-17-2008 09:56 AM
killclimbz Really? Journey to the Center of the Earth? Two words, Brendan Fraser...
06-17-2008 08:31 AM
Gustov
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Hey I just saw this on tv

July 11th....Journey to the center of the earth in 3d...
i saw a preview for that a while ago when i saw beowolf in 3d. it looks pretty cool really, becuase it's live action 3d.
06-17-2008 06:59 AM
Alexander
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for some reason i can't bring myself to like M. Night Shyamalan. he seems to build a solid plot, but then majorly screw something up. i always think of "signs" and the way "scary movie 3" makes fun of it. "they mastered space travel but they can't figure out how to open a door?"
The movie "Signs" in four easy steps.
06-16-2008 10:49 AM
Gustov i actually did enjoy the sixth sense and unbreakable.

and i plan on seeing kung fu panda some time soon. glad to hear another compliment about it.
06-16-2008 10:12 AM
killclimbz On a side note, I saw Kung Fu Panda last night. It's a pretty good movie. Definitely worth throwing your money down to see it. There is no charge for the awesome.
06-16-2008 09:40 AM
Simply^Ride ^^^^Come on Gustov you destroyed my innocence to that movie , to be honest I like his work, not sure why but I do like it. This is the funny thing I never follow directors or actors, and call me a complete ignorant, by I just found out that he was the director of all those movies(signs, 6 sense, village, unbreakable, ect) the funny thing is all those movies are part of my favorite movies. The only only ones that I will not defend are Lady in the water and The happening.


But his overall work to my eyes is pretty good, but then again I like that sort of movies. they just keep trowing you twists till the end.
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