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Derek542 wrote:
roybot wrote:
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four60 wrote:
Not sure...yet



Yea 460 just dont know, I skerred


Pros : It's supposed to be closer to the original story (except for the title); Len Wiseman has experience with a movie where fantasy and reality are blurred (Underworld); Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale will duke it out at some point.

Cons: Colin Farrell: talented actor with a douchey streak which holds him back sometimes - untested as an action hero and may not be able to compete with Arnie's bombastic screen image; comparisons to The Matrix will be "inevitable";no trip to Mars means no tri-breasted hookers.


Wait what do you mean no trip to Mars? There was a scene in there when he was getting scanned and his face was changing. That was in the first one when Arnie when to mars, he had the big fat chick head on.


Oh , yeah... I forgot ;)

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That looks awesome. The "approved for all audiences" trailer is going to be terrible, I'm guessing.

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This may have been posted already, but I just saw it. Apparently it's been out for a while.

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Derek542
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^ Yep we covered it in another thread, awesome spoof.

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roybot wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
roybot wrote:
Derek542 wrote:
four60 wrote:
Not sure...yet



Yea 460 just dont know, I skerred


Pros : It's supposed to be closer to the original story (except for the title); Len Wiseman has experience with a movie where fantasy and reality are blurred (Underworld); Jessica Biel and Kate Beckinsale will duke it out at some point.

Cons: Colin Farrell: talented actor with a douchey streak which holds him back sometimes - untested as an action hero and may not be able to compete with Arnie's bombastic screen image; comparisons to The Matrix will be "inevitable";no trip to Mars means no tri-breasted hookers.


Wait what do you mean no trip to Mars? There was a scene in there when he was getting scanned and his face was changing. That was in the first one when Arnie when to mars, he had the big fat chick head on.


Oh , yeah... I forgot ;)



It looks nice....but still skewed as Derek said.

Better raise the bar on this one...Fu*k 3 breast I want titty hands.

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Watching the Total Recall trailer made me laugh.

When the ubiquitous THIS SUMMER came up I had to say to myself...."No, not this summer....summer 1990."

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Watching the Total Recall trailer made me laugh.

When the ubiquitous THIS SUMMER came up I had to say to myself...."No, not this summer....summer 1990."


84-91 was a damn good set of years for comedy and Action movies. Not a silver age but Damn good Popcorn age of cinema.

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^^ Indeed!

I recall seeing Total Recall on Friday, June 8th 1990.
Me and a buddy went to the 7Pm show and the woman said we were too young as I guess the movie was rated R. I felt let down, but my buddy said "Let's go see if uncle Dave is here" or something like that and we walked into the concessions area...then they let people in and there were so many people that me and my buddy just stayed in the middle of the crowd and we got in for free (well kind of stealing)

That was great as I really wanted to see the movie, and back then if I didn't see it in the theater you'd have to wait about a year for the videotape....also, I "saved" 7 or 8 bucks...which was all I likely would have had in my pocket anyway at age 16.

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^ man it was cool, I remember seeing two Arnold movies back to back in the theater. Total recall an if not mistaken T2 with a backpack filled with 2 whoppers and 2 cokes for refills since NYC didn't do refills hahahahaha.

1992

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Looper is my most anticipated sci-fi flick of the year (just ahead of the Judge Dredd reboot starring Karl Urban).

Looper inverts the grandfather paradox by establishing a mafia- dominated future where the Cosa Nostra use time travel to send a target far enough into the past where a waiting hitman kills them and ensures the murder never took place.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays a mob hit man who is tasked with killing his future self (who looks a lot like Bruce Willis):

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Hey isn't that the weird kid from 3rd Rock From the Sun?

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Gettnitdone wrote:
Hey isn't that the weird kid from 3rd Rock From the Sun?


Hahahahaha, my coffee missed my shirt by inches. Hahahaha

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^ Vin Diesel doing a four60 impression on the set of Riddick (a.k.a. Pitch Black 3). Must be a Brooklyn thing. ;)

http://www.reelz.com/...ography-begins/

"The infamous Riddick has been left for dead on a sun-scorched planet that appears to be lifeless. Soon, however, he finds himself fighting for survival against alien predators more lethal than any human he's encountered. The only way off is for Riddick to activate an emergency beacon and alert mercenaries who rapidly descend to the planet in search of their bounty.

The first ship to arrive carries a new breed of merc, more lethal and violent, while the second is captained by a man whose pursuit of Riddick is more personal. With time running out and a storm on the horizon that no one could survive, his hunters won't leave the planet without Riddick's head as their trophy."

Co-starring Karl Urban again as Vaako (no mention of Thandie Newton though), Jordi Molla (bad guy from Columbiana), Dave Bautista (former WWE wrestler), Bokeem Woodbine, and Katee Sackoff. Written and directed by the same guy that did the first two, so it should have pretty much the same feel.

I'm not sure how they'll get from the end of the second movie to this one, seeing how he goes from leader of the Necromongers to "left for dead on a lifeless planet."

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Gettnitdone wrote:
Hey isn't that the weird kid from 3rd Rock From the Sun?


Yes. I know you've seen Inception, so I'll furnish that comment with the obligatory response of "I see what you did there".

Oh, I take back what I said about Looper being my most anticipated sci-fi movie of 2012: I totally forgot Prometheus. Must be going senile.* wanders off muttering gibberish*..

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Chris Colucci wrote:
^ Vin Diesel doing a four60 impression on the set of Riddick (a.k.a. Pitch Black 3). Must be a Brooklyn thing. ;)

http://www.reelz.com/...ography-begins/

"The infamous Riddick has been left for dead on a sun-scorched planet that appears to be lifeless. Soon, however, he finds himself fighting for survival against alien predators more lethal than any human he's encountered. The only way off is for Riddick to activate an emergency beacon and alert mercenaries who rapidly descend to the planet in search of their bounty.

The first ship to arrive carries a new breed of merc, more lethal and violent, while the second is captained by a man whose pursuit of Riddick is more personal. With time running out and a storm on the horizon that no one could survive, his hunters won't leave the planet without Riddick's head as their trophy."

Co-starring Karl Urban again as Vaako (no mention of Thandie Newton though), Jordi Molla (bad guy from Columbiana), Dave Bautista (former WWE wrestler), Bokeem Woodbine, and Katee Sackoff. Written and directed by the same guy that did the first two, so it should have pretty much the same feel.

I'm not sure how they'll get from the end of the second movie to this one, seeing how he goes from leader of the Necromongers to "left for dead on a lifeless planet."


NYC classic.

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No Thandie Newton?? This better be one bad ass movie.

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roybot
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Full Looper trailer:

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I only realized he was the kid from 3rd Rock about two weeks ago.


Also...he's supposed to be a younger Bruce Willis, but we've all seen a younger Bruce Willis and he looked nothing like that.


Sort of like in X-Men 3 when they used CG to make Patrick Stewart look 25 years younger.....like he did when I saw him every week on Star Trek.

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Nards wrote:
I only realized he was the kid from 3rd Rock about two weeks ago.


Also...he's supposed to be a younger Bruce Willis, but we've all seen a younger Bruce Willis and he looked nothing like that.


Sort of like in X-Men 3 when they used CG to make Patrick Stewart look 25 years younger.....like he did when I saw him every week on Star Trek.


The problem is, JGL doesn't look enough like Bruce Willis to begin with, so they had to aim for the look of someone who could potentially grow up to be Bruce Willis rather than trying to replicate Moonlighting-era Willis. The make-up team have done a good job on transforming JGL. He is closer in look to BW than he would normally be. The contacts sometimes look unnatural, but that usually happens anyway.

They could have tried to use make-up on both actors to 'meet in the middle', but then you'd end up with two weird looking dudes and Willis, as the more established star, was probably resistant to having his image tweaked.

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probably, been posted already. Cant wait.

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roybot wrote:
Looper is my most anticipated sci-fi flick of the year (just ahead of the Judge Dredd reboot starring Karl Urban).



Sorry but there is this little movie called Prometheus coming out in June that would like a word with you...

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roybot
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optheta wrote:
roybot wrote:
Looper is my most anticipated sci-fi flick of the year (just ahead of the Judge Dredd reboot starring Karl Urban).



Sorry but there is this little movie called Prometheus coming out in June that would like a word with you...


Read the whole thread before posting, lest you miss posts.

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gonepostal wrote:


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I've never liked Family Guy but that looked pretty good!

I liked when he hugged Marky Mark and his voice box said "I love you!" and his face at 1:52 was priceless!

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for the people looking forward to prometheus! the slowdown shows a lot of potential points of interest!

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