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Wait what, Karl Urban and Jeff freakin Goldblum are going to star in Thor: Ragnarok?! Holy shit that is awesome. Still, I will be very disappointed if they don't include Sutur as the final villain in the climax! He IS ragnarok!
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Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Wait what, Karl Urban and Jeff freakin Goldblum are going to star in Thor: Ragnarok?! Holy shit that is awesome. Still, I will be very disappointed if they don't include Sutur as the final villain in the climax! He IS ragnarok!
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Slick Nick at 09:29 AM May 21

Two great casting choices!

Cochise updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

Gareth Edwards' Godzilla certainly was underwhelming and overrated I found BUT I can't not respect the work and absolute talent put into that movie. I think he did a good job directing it, maybe my issue was more with the script he had to follow which I just found a bit underwhelming. Still, it seems he has dropped out of directing the sequel, Godzilla 2, with the recent news. Instead, he's going for one or two smaller type flicks (what with him following up Godzilla with Star Wars: Rogue One and all) so while I certainly don't have the experience to relate, I can still at the same time sort of understand, with respect. I genuinely do look forward to his next output
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"Who are you?" I don't know, but I know what I am... sold!


Cochise at 04:21 AM May 14

I keep thinking that voice, Affleck's father I guess, is Tom Hanks. But IMDB doesn't match that up, weird

Glinda at 07:32 PM May 14

That has to be Hanks! That's so weird that he's not listed, it has to be him.

I'll love this movie.

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Pat Hatfreet at 11:20 PM May 14

Hadn't heard of this movie yet but it looks great!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 12 days ago

Wow, this looks like the first truly interesting and unique horror movie in YEARS, I am in.


Glinda at 07:32 PM May 14

Agree!!! Looks incredible.

Pat Hatfreet
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timmyd at 08:50 PM May 15

I am SO in .

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 12 days ago

Logan Lerman is an incredibly talented, super underrated actor in my eyes. His performance in The Perks of Being a Wallflower was award worthy. The guy has got it all and I'm shocked the world hasn't taken notice yet.


Cochise at 04:12 AM May 14

He can deliver AAA dramatic performances, but also has the leading man star power in the sense that he could definitely carry a blockbuster I think, I could see him being a new Marvel hero or something and honestly (though I haven't seen Civil War or the new solo Spidey movie) I'm pretty bummed he's not the new Spider-Man, because I feel he would absolutely kill it.

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 13 days ago

Ang Lee's new movie... BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK debut trailer


Cochise at 06:07 PM May 12

this looks like it could be fantastic. Ang Lee is truly incredible. One of if not the best and most versatile directors out there -- or of all time. A bold claim but he certainly lives up to it.

XSsoCX at 06:16 PM May 12

I'm not a big Ang Lee fan, other than "The Ice Storm", and "Life of Pi", but this does look to have potential..

Cochise updated his STATUS: 14 days ago

so has anyone seen Captain America: Civil War yet? Does it change up the Marvel formula, or is it still a joke filled, almost comedy-action type movie like many of the previous entries? While the subject matter seems along the lines of BvS, in that the plot seems like it could actually be taken seriously, and have weight and bring weight to the characters and action... I just want to know what to expect, I'm thinking it'll just be the same thing as most other MCU flicks which, while well made, I found dished out so many jokes at so many key moments that it detracted from any sort of emotional attachment to the action or the drama itself, which is disappointing as a viewer (though I do understand a lot of people like to just go to the movies and have a light, unaffecting fun time -- personally I just feel with a better tonal balance most of these films could just be so much stronger)
zombie_bro at 10:14 AM May 12

It definitely changes the formula in a way while sticking with some funny moments and amazing action. You should definitely check it out.

cobb at 10:51 AM May 12

changes it up near the end but yeah mostly goes with the fun

JohnLocke2342 at 02:42 PM May 12

It does have a tie to BvS with its plot being something that could have an actual impact on the government if it happened in real life. The only difference is that in this movie it doesn't fail miserably and we're given characters we care about with emotionally devastating moments that resonate. The ending in particular takes the series to a darker tonal place then it's been before. However judging by your status this doesn't seem like a movie you'd be passionate about so I'd skip it and wait for a rental.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 23 days ago

I feel like people are underestimating/underhyping X-Men: Apocalypse. The trailers haven't been great, but after seeing some featurettes, and knowing the cast and crew on board (and exactly what they, especially Singer, did with DOFP) it just seems like a clear front runner for not only the best superhero movie of the year, but one of the best movies of the year in general. Days of Future Past blew away every superhero movie in recent memory in my eyes, both from a popcorn/superhero movie point of view and especially from a more prestigious 'filmy' type of view as well. I feel like this one is going to be a pleasant surprise for a lot of people
grelber37 at 06:14 AM May 03

I agree that X-Men: Apocalypse has all of the potential in the world for the reasons that you mention.

cobb at 11:39 AM May 03

yeah i can see it happening

timmyd at 07:00 PM May 03

I'm really looking forward to it.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I'm not a fan of the series at all but I'm really looking forward to seeing Warcraft in the biggest 3D theatre later this summer... Still on the fence though with my expectations. It looks just-ok from the trailers, but then there is Duncan Jones and... I'm just not sure. I'm so ready for another awesome fantasy epic like the Middle Earth films and this could definitely be it. One thing, especially after watching this brand new trailer, is that I can really say I am not liking the marketing for this movie. That trailer just screamed 'videogame movie' with the editing and music and everything. Really gave off a Fast and Furious type vibe when I really think they could have and should have focused the marketing campaign on making this feel like a big, serious, truly epic tale - much like how Lord of the Rings was promoted. Seriously, electronic dance music?
Cochise at 02:52 PM Apr 19

JohnLocke2342 at 03:29 PM Apr 20

I'm looking forward to this one based on how balls out they're going with the source material. They're not copying shit but rather blazing their own path and going for it. I admire that.

Cochise at 04:38 PM Apr 20

^ I agree. I wasn't saying the movie should look more like LOTR, I'm saying that I think the actual movie will have a similar serious and epic tone as LOTR (not that it's copying LOTR, just that that comparison is easy to draw as it's a large scale action adventure in a fantasy world filled with war), and it should be promoted that way - rather than this Fast and Furious electronic music crap which, when we see the actual movie, won't fit at all I don't think

Cochise posted an IMAGE item: about 1 month ago
Can't wait to see this movie! Been a fan of this franchise since I was a kid. The reboot of the series (that releases alongside, and is based on, this movie) on PS4 is getting review scores of 8's, 9's, and 10 out of 10's so I am so there!

Glinda at 01:12 PM Apr 19

It does look really good! Definitely looking forward to this one as well.

Ruly2 at 08:59 PM Apr 19

im half way through the new game. it is great. alot of fun:)

Cochise at 04:34 PM Apr 20

I'm just afraid it's getting put out there to die with a release date a week before Captain America Civil War...

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

so in Utah it's illegal to serve alcohol while sexual content is being displayed? Uh... well that's what happened during a showing of Deadpool in a alcohol licensed theatre and now the theatre is getting sued. as Deadpool would say... What the shit?!
Weapon X
Weapon X at 12:15 PM Apr 19

Fucking Utah. Scratch that one off the visitation list...

Glinda at 01:18 PM Apr 19

It's too bad they muck up Utah because it's a beautiful state and has awesome skiing.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Man I love Avatar but the way Cameron is planning to shoot the upcoming sequels just sounds dumb... it's like why? Sounds like a recipe for disaster without much if any potential upside to this approach. His quote describing the approach is in the first comment below...
Cochise at 06:41 PM Apr 18

"It’s not back-to-back. It’s really all one big production. It’s more the way you would shoot a miniseries. So we’ll be shooting across all (AVATAR scripts) simultaneously. So Monday I might be doing a scene from Movie Four, and Tuesday I’m doing a scene from Movie One. … We’re working across, essentially, eight hours of story. It’s going to be a big challenge to keep it all fixed in our minds, exactly where we are, across that story arc at any given point. It’s going to be probably the most challenging thing I’ve ever done. I’m sure the actors will be challenged by that as well. It’s like, ‘No, no, no, no, this person hasn’t died yet, so you’re still in this phase of your life.’ It’s a saga. It’s like doing all three GODFATHER films at the same time."

The bold parts specifically. It's like challenging - yes, certainly. But... why? Unless I'm missing something it seems like a challenge for the sake of a challenge, and needless stress on every cast and crew member involved 'just because' lol

timmyd at 08:47 PM Apr 18

The more he talks about these films , the more ridiculous this sounds.

Cochise at 10:40 PM Apr 18

^ the best was that quote (which ended up being fake but still) where he was like 'I heard some one tweet about not being able to remember a line of dialog from the movie, so I thought screw 3 movies, I'll make four and just bombard them til they remember!' hahaha still kind of bummed that turned out to be a made up quote, would've been a great historical moment... "the point where James Cameron turned into the Donald Trump of the movie world" lol

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I've never read Meg so I don't know how it's gonna work but I love sharks and the whole Megalodon thing and I love Statham so I am in in in lol
timmyd at 08:15 PM Apr 14

I'm just glad it's finally getting somewhere .

Glinda at 09:08 PM Apr 14

I didn't know it was a book. I just looked it up and may order it.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 11:28 PM Apr 14

With Statham in, I'm in!

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