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@JamesM nah dude, just 97
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Would our Argos TV Winner please stand up!
@JamesM sorry man. fixed.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Christian Bale’s try out for Batman
@DrGreensHydroponics I personally think The Spectacular Spider-Man was the best animated show.
1 year ago on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 trailer
I'm still torn... Ben Affleck Vs. SUPERMAN!?
1 year ago on Ben Affleck is Batman
@uhublue Wolverine is their biggest mutant cash cow. The same thing happens in the comics. Im pretty sure there are like 12 comics published a month featuring Wolverine right now. He's proven to be so popular that Marvel decided that he needed to just up and start his very own X-men team and mutant school that he leads and head masters but Marvel also went as far as to put him in their current flagship ensemble and made him an Avenger. I'd like to see more mutants but I guess their approach is working for them financially so it may be a while before they shake things up again.
1 year ago on X-Men Days of Future Past trailer
1 year, 1 month ago on Trailer: Guardians of the Galaxy
@JamesM I didn't find The Heat funny... at all. Elysium review will be up soon. lemme see what i can do about getting more carrell around here...
1 year, 1 month ago on Review: 2GUNS
@Lico Hi Lico. It doesn't seem to have a release date but it will be shown at the toronto international film festival. We're hoping to gain attendance and cover this film accordingly.
1 year, 1 month ago on Check out Nicholas Cage as ‘Joe’
@JamesM Wow. Took me forever to reply. I was just talkin about this post and I finally remembered!
Anyway, nothing is wrong with Bullock. I just don't need to see her teaming with someone in a 'buddy' setting. Looking back at films in which she shared billing and you see an ugly mess:
The Heat (hated it)
The Blind Side (really hated it)
All About Steve
The Proposal - which actually OK
She's much better outside of this environment. I'm really looking forward to seeing Gravity and if it can buck the trend by pairing with Clooney.
1 year, 1 month ago on Check out Mondo’s surprisingly good poster for The Heat
@Robert You're not forgotten man. No worries, happens to the best of us.
1 year, 1 month ago on Mark Hamill Spills Some Dirt on Star Wars Episodes 7, 8 and 9
@BurntOfferings666 There will be a part 2 to this article ;-)
1 year, 1 month ago on TV and Film Makers who also love Comic Books: Part 1
1 year, 1 month ago on James Gandolfini’s Last Lead Role: Enough Said.
I meant to comment earlier. its a tease. i am still on the fence with Foxx as electro but I can't shake the good feeling i have about this movie overall.
1 year, 1 month ago on Electro Arrives in this new clip for Amazing Spider-Man 2
@Robert I was a bit tongue in cheek with that comment. I may not be fit for space travel cus I woulda got the hell outta there, lol
1 year, 2 months ago on Review: Europa Report
Rest In Peace, and thank you.... :-(
1 year, 2 months ago on James Gandolfini dead at 51 from stroke
@Gary Cuff You say it like you've already seen it!
1 year, 3 months ago on New Pacific Rim ‘Oversized Robot Sets’ Featurette
@JamesM @Kenny Miles Great movie. I really enjoyed the tank scene too. The movie did a good job rebuilding interest in the Dom/Letty romance and tapered it off with a lot of off-the-wall action that this series thrives from.
Every once in a while the random unbelievable scenes like this remind me that the film isn't trying to be 'real' just 'real fun', and that works for me.
1 year, 3 months ago on Review – Fast and Furious 6
@greenlantern I'm presuming that the first costume was just peter's "first draft" and they rationalize this as being an evolution of the first costume.
1 year, 3 months ago on PHhC5KDLZRBVlq_1_l
@JamesM I know what you mean. These studios are getting really good at shining up turds and making them look nice. We'll see...
1 year, 3 months ago on The new trailer for The Wolverine
Good movie. Chris Pine was able to flex his growth as an actor and was a better Kirk than he was in the first film. Karl Urban was a better Bones, Zoe Saldana and Simon Pegg's performances were also improved, welcome, and enjoyable. I'm not 100% with Cumberbatch but my mixed feelings on that didn't take away too much from the film overall.
The visuals are really what drove it home and made this a fun summer movie. Good review!
1 year, 3 months ago on Review: Star Trek Into Darkness, this year’s First blockbuster
@Dan_Bam For some reason I couldn't help but focus on that peculiar expression on his face.It's incredibly nostalgic to see Jackman back in that familiar setting but it also made me realize that this is Jackman's 13th year with Wolverine which is actually quite a long time!
1 year, 4 months ago on Is it time for a new Wolverine?
1) Wolverine is not ageless, just looks really good for his age.
2) I seriously doubt that you have read more Wolverine comics than me. Seriously.
3) You need to re-read this post. I didn't say Jackman doesn't look the part anymore, I said he's been playing the role for 13 years and someone else might be able to bring something fresh to the character. Hugh Jackman isn't the only man in the world who can portray Wolverine in the same sense that Christian Bale isn't the only guy who can play Batman. I agree in that he's a great Wolverine, but that doesn't mean they shouldn't recast him or Storm and a few other characters.
@ran thanks man, all fixed
1 year, 4 months ago on The Butler’s first trailer is served
the full movie has been released on youtube here:
1 year, 4 months ago on Review: Police Guys
@BurntOfferings666 I forgot to mention that I actually watched the trailer in 3D with those very same kinda glasses. Kinda neat.
1 year, 4 months ago on The 1701 reveals a new 3D Star Trek Into Darkness trailer
@JamesM I thought it would have been nice if they kept that a surprise, but they could have just been under the impression that it was safe to reveal since Hiddleston spoke about the role a couple years back:
1 year, 4 months ago on New Thor: Dark World trailer
@JamesM I'll explain: I want the reader to understand my journey with Oblivion without just giving you a summary. My stance on what I considered "Good" and "Bad" can both be found above. On one hand Oblivion is a nice polished culmination of some neat ideas, and on another hand Oblivion is littered with cringe inducing story issues. I tried not to dwell too much on the negatives because, in my opinion, that's what I took from the movie. I hope my score helps you understand that the issues are mostly forgiven due to polish so thick that film shined through.
1 year, 4 months ago on Review: Oblivion
@kunalsigtia You may be right, but in this instance the guidelines are for 'comments'.
In hindsight I realize that this may be interpreted incorrectly. For the most part I avoid using profanity on the site and when it does appear I typically use it as a PG-13 adjective. Anyway, it can happen. The commenting rules are for the purpose of avoiding an altercation of words in the comments.
@BusinessSuccess They exist, they're just expensive and not yet perfected.
1 year, 5 months ago on Apple Producing 3D without Glasses?
@KevinC1 @Anthony_TMB I guess it's just wishful thinking that it was Lex Luthor in his battle armor....
1 year, 5 months ago on New Man of Steel trailer
I like it. I like it a lot...
uhm. who's this?
@moviefandoubled thanks dude
1 year, 5 months ago on I love looking at Jennifer Lawrence in this new Catching Fire image
@nixon_m Hey Man, this is an issue I've been looking into. What browser do you use? Does this happen in every browser?
1 year, 5 months ago on NEW Tv Spot for Pain & Gain
@JamesM Also, what browser are you using? I notice that I sometimes see the "mobile" version of the player when I load the site in FireFox rather than the desktop version which has the HD option.
1 year, 5 months ago on NEW International Trailer: Star Trek Into Darkness
@JamesM You, my friend, out of all the videos shared this day found the only one 480p video that slipped through the cracks and managed to provide it with thought provoking color commentary and as a result You are today's winner of our fabulous No-Prize!!! Yes, a No-Prize!!! Never e-mail or contact us about shipping methods, or delivery time, just cross your fingers and be patient. The No-prize knows what to do all on its own. In the meantime, we went ahead and replaced that pesky 480P with a proper 1080p trailer! Thanks again for playing, and please tune in again later when we reconvene for round 2!
I saw this movie and I loved it. It wasn't perfect and all throughout the film I kept getting the impression that James Franco's Oz was written with Robert Downey Jr. in mind. A lot of the dialog within the film Oz seemed like it could have been enhanced or could have been delivered better. I didn't like the inconsistency with the acting either, with some scenes delivered in a very campy and over the top way while others were more serious and subdued It's like the movie didn't have a consistent identity and would switch between a unrealistic film with a serious tone to something a lot more juvenile. The delivery and performances echoed this inconsistency as well with only Rachel Weisz providing the only "constant" that wasn't CGI.
Aside from those complaints the movie struck all the right chords and connected with the Wizard of Oz film in a great way, and left the door open to continue to explore the life of Oz the Great and Powerful. I loved that Raimi made sure the camera shots and scenes were constantly moving, which is a treat for those folks watching in 3D giving the effect of watching something "on rails". I also liked the musical score, but it sounded like unused production from his Spider-Man trilogy.
Overall the film is a lot of fun and definitely worth checking out!
1 year, 6 months ago on Review: Oz the Great and Powerful
@JamesM I think it's entirely possible, and that it all depends on the approach of the story. 21 Jump Street is a stretch of an example of how a story can rekindle with some clever reinvention.
1 year, 6 months ago on The Griswalds are headed back to Wally World
@KevinC1 Well, we know that Gwyneth Paltrow is ready to walk away, it's entirely possible and plausible.
1 year, 6 months ago on Get in here and watch this New Iron Man 3 trailer NOW!
@FanboyOfNone I typically provide a 480p video as the max resolution to keep loading times to a minimum, but I have no problem switching that to 720p if there's a demand.
@JuanCervantes The easiest way is to use promotional images released directly by the studios. You can usually find these on official movie sites, and occasionally through special press sites created just for journalists and bloggers.
1 year, 6 months ago on 20 Tips For Starting Your Own Movie Blog
@DavidCustard Much better now that the video is here ;-)
@JamesM Thanks, Fixed!
@steve Crap. That is completely my fault, and not that of the author. Thanks.
1 year, 6 months ago on Let me tell you about A Good Day to Die Hard
@Mark Bridge I've been thinking the same thing lately. He's made a strong effort to re-gain fans from our lil nook in the movie world. Jack Reacher, Mission Impossible, Rock of Ages all seem like roles that the man genuinely sees as... "fun".
Either way, I like the development with regard to his role selection.
1 year, 6 months ago on A third trailer for Tom Cruise’s “Oblivion” has arrived
@JamesM I'm with you. The lack of conversation is downright confounding.
@WillLambert @Anthony_TMB @Concerned Worker
Full Press Release:
Directed by JAKE SCHREIER
Starring FRANK LANGELLA, SUSAN SARANDON, JAMES MARSDEN & LIV TYLER
‘ROBOT’ voiced by PETER SARSGAARD
Thursday 21st February
Momentum Pictures will release ROBOT & FRANK on March 8, 2013. Directed by Jake Schreier, ROBOT & FRANK stars Frank Langella, Susan Sarandon, James Marsden and Liv Tyler, with ‘Robot’ voiced by Peter Sarsgaard.
ROBOT & FRANK is a buddy caper. Set in the near future, aging curmudgeon and retired jewel thief Frank (Frank Langella) lives a solitary life until his son (James Marsden) installs a caretaker robot; against he and his daughter's (Liv Tyler) wishes. The robot upends Frank's lonely life - filled only with books and a visit to his favourite librarian (Susan Sarandon) - with a strict regimen of exercise, diet and gardening. Stubborn at first, Frank soon realizes Robot has the ability to pull off the most calculated of heists. An unlikely friendship, and crime duo, is born
ROBOT & FRANK received its World Premiere at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival where it was awarded the Alfred P. Sloan prize, an award given to a feature film that focusses on science or technology as a theme. It also screened at this year’s London Film Festival.
WINNER 2012 Sundance Film Festival – Alfred P. Sloan Prize
1 year, 6 months ago on Trailer: Robot and Frank
@Concerned Worker The movie is not out. It premiered at Sundance last year and is set to release on March 8, 2013..
At least do your research before you throw stones at the throne...
He's strongly implying Ultimate Venom, which could be a villain or co-hero if they decide to take some liberties.
1 year, 7 months ago on Marc Webb tweets a tease for the next Spider-Man costume
I'm digging up my orange gi and blonde wig as I type!!!!
1 year, 7 months ago on Dragonball Z coming to IMAX?
@KevinC1 I'm with you on this. I'm hoping that somehow someway that God is reading this, and Bryan Singer, and that this story marries the Days of Future Past story-line with the Age of Apocalypse which would be.... !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A guy can dream can't he?
1 year, 7 months ago on Bryan Singer spoke with James Cameron about time travel