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Wow what, so the man himself James Cameron is the reason why Terminator: Genysys (sp - whatever, I don't know how many i's or y's or e's or whatever they chose to use lol) is sounding really stupid. I mean my main beef with it is that they should've just continued the Salvation storyline... we finally made it to the future, and then they go 'well now that we're finally here, right before the ultimate battle... screw it, lets scrap this and go start from the beginning again' which is just super lame. But anyway, fine whatever, reboot it. But this doesn't even feel like a full reboot. It feels half-assed. Recast everyone but the title character. What? While I still would've preferred Salvation 2, I actually would've been down for 'Genysys' if only they had actually made it a true reboot. But it's not, because it has Schwarzenegger it in, which apparently was Cameron's one suggestion for the movie. I'm a big fan of both guys but come on, why? With a new Terminator it actually could've ...
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What! Awesome news, Billy Boyd (aka Pippin in the LOTR trilogy) will be the one to sing the final end credits song of The Hobbit trilogy in The Battle of the Five Armies!

Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07tyg4JZWkA

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 04:51 PM Oct 20

yuuuup - I'm so stoked for this and think it's a perfect send-off and link between the two trilogies.

Otis_Driftwood
Otis_Driftwood at 05:29 PM Oct 20

Agreed!

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 7 hours ago

Wow what, so the man himself James Cameron is the reason why Terminator: Genysys (sp - whatever, I don't know how many i's or y's or e's or whatever they chose to use lol) is sounding really stupid. I mean my main beef with it is that they should've just continued the Salvation storyline... we finally made it to the future, and then they go 'well now that we're finally here, right before the ultimate battle... screw it, lets scrap this and go start from the beginning again' which is just super lame. But anyway, fine whatever, reboot it. But this doesn't even feel like a full reboot. It feels half-assed. Recast everyone but the title character. What? While I still would've preferred Salvation 2, I actually would've been down for 'Genysys' if only they had actually made it a true reboot. But it's not, because it has Schwarzenegger it in, which apparently was Cameron's one suggestion for the movie. I'm a big fan of both guys but come on, why? With a new Terminator it actually could've ...
G. Costanza
G. Costanza at 03:37 PM Oct 20

I agree. I wanted the Salvation story to go on. With or without Bale as Connor the payoff has always been to see the Future War and Connor save humanity. But who knows if we'll ever see it.

Cochise
Cochise at 04:01 PM Oct 20

^ agreed. I actually thought it'd be kind of fitting if they recast JC again lol. I don't think we'll see it at this point, we'll have to wait until Genysys gets all the way there which, since it's basically T1 all over again, will probably take quite some time, at least 3 movies... that is if Genysys is even successful enough to get that many sequels... ugh

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 04:29 PM Oct 20

why they didnt finish the entire storyline, is beyond me. IF they had finished it, then ya I could see a possible reboot (wouldnt like it) and than move on. If its a matter of making money...you could still make boat loads by finishing the storyline, than to restart the whole thing for no reason.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 7 hours ago

apparently Eli Roth is producing a remake of Cabin Fever, but this remake will be using the *exact* same script as the original movie. I don't get it. Even all those remakes that are criticized as not doing anything different and being 'note for note' aren't really THIS note-for-note. Like this is gonna be Gus Van Sant's Psycho again or what? lol
OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 03:20 PM Oct 20

Some idiot will pay for it. Why worry about creativity when you can cheaply do the same shit all over again and make a quick profit?

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 04:33 PM Oct 20

Anakin
Anakin at 04:44 PM Oct 20

The same script? Seems pointless.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Random thought: I need to own A Knight's Tale. Maybe I'm alone on this, making I'm thinking too far ahead, but I think that movie is classic. Love it in that way.
Glinda
Glinda at 06:34 AM Oct 18

It's one of my favorite fun, go to movies. I have an old DVD but it's one I'd love to upgrade to a Blu ray some day. Great movie! I think it's my favorite Heath Ledger movie, with The Patriot next.

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 07:33 AM Oct 18

^ Yes! its one of those films you can watch alot of times throughout the year. Love It!

I too need to own that movie - on Blu's, got it on my dtr... ok for the time being. but did get an email from amazon 3 blu's for £17 is back on!

Zo!
Zo! at 12:48 PM Oct 18

I think "classic" is an accurate description. I do need to revisit it as well.

Cochise posted a BLOG item 3 days ago

▬ FURY ▬

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similar to my video post below (http://www.moviefancentral.com/cochise-2/videos/54316)

I have to say, that new movie Fury, from the director of Street Kings, which I love, and End of Watch, which I love, and then most recently -- Sabotage, one of my biggest disappointments in recent history. I thought it was shaping up to be a classic to be honest. I still liked it though (http://www.moviefancentral.com/cochise-2/reviews/22576).

Anyways, with that, with how big of a disappointment to me, I realized actually how odd it is that I'm actually not concerned at ALL about his next movie, after the one I was so disappointed in (as a fan of his, and of the genre, and of Schwarzenegger). I'm actually legit excited to see Fury. Hell, I'm 100% into seeing Fury now. Especially after an MFC regular had a status update recently that compared Fury to Saving Private Ryan. Need I say more? God damn

That's nuts that he didn't shower once throughout filming. Maybe it'll seem dramatic to the haters, but that's exactly what perfectionist artists like Daniel Day Lewis does -- that's method acting at its best. Crazy. Though not saying it's on the level or DDL, or at least I haven't seen Fury or heard his performance is on that 'method acting' level. Or maybe DDL's specific and relatively unique 'chameleon' trate has a lot to do with his success and acclaim as an actor (seriously, who else out there now is a chameleon like Daniel Day Lewis? Tom Hardy is the only one I can think of that comes close, but I definitely know he's not even with the way DDL gets into his characters, which is saying something about both as both are absolutely unbelievable at what they do!or maybe it's just visually? anyway, can't wait to see FURY

seriously, this movie looks fucking AMAZING to me. And I mean that. After watching this trailer.

So epic, so true. To me at least. So unexplainably relevant and 'revolutionary' in a sense, in a clear -- yet unclear... lalmost spiritiual sense (definition of that thought anyone)?

Anyway, think about that or don't, I think you'll find this - as a movie fan - straight up A-grade badass and awesome.

Yay or nay? What say you to seeing Fury in theatres?


Mood: Surprised

Rawzombie
Rawzombie at 11:27 AM Oct 18

I very much want to see it in theaters.

tbondrage99
tbondrage99 at 03:53 PM Oct 18

Saw it last night, I say yay.

Glinda
Glinda at 01:04 PM Oct 19

^great to hear! So much good I keep hearing.

I'm really so excited for this and am hoping to see it tomorrow or Tuesday if possible. Right up my alley and I love the cast. Can't go wrong.

I think that's awesome about Shia not showering and it's cool to do what one can do to get into the role and try to see, in some small way, how your character must have been feeling and what it was really like.

Great blog. Man what a fantastic season it is for movies this fall.

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 3 days ago

lmao 'Brad Pitt smells like citrus'

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCoF3ld6xKg

Glinda
Glinda at 01:01 PM Oct 19

LOL this is so funny he's a great interview. Funny, clever and quick.

lol at Brad smelling like citrus. That was good.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

to me, The Town is the Goodfellas for the new generation, so to speak, if that makes any sense. Would you agree? What's the general opinion about of it? Is it liked *that* much? Or is it just me? Big fan of the movie but I'm actually unsure of the majority opinion on it even
Cochise
Cochise at 05:16 AM Oct 18

^ yeah it's weird. Maybe I'm just too hyped up on Affleck once he became a director. The Town actually shot up on my top, top favourite movies of all time list and it's very hard especially for a new movie to do that for me. I absolutely loved it and have watched it many times. I guess I just took to it more than most people, even with it being well received overall haha, which is definitely saying I love it!

How do you feel about it personally?

Would you say it's on its way to becoming close to Goodfellas, general perception wise? Like say, in 10-20 years? I mean it's still pretty fresh. How will it ultimately be looked back upon do you think? As a forgotten gem or as a great? And will it be an 'equal great' to Goodfellas once The Town is as "Old" as Goodfellas? I mean it still came out in this decade, less than 4 years ago right... maybe it'll just be looked upon as a good movie, and I'll be one of the few who just praise it to no end haha.

RandomK1NG
RandomK1NG at 10:42 AM Oct 18

I would agree. I think it's the best movie of this decade so far. That might sound excessive, but for me it's just perfect in every way. Of course it's a very clichéd story, but every detail is done the right way with nothing out of place... Every performance is essential to the final product and every emotional beat is 100% earned. So, yes I definitely agree with your assessment and hope that more people will eventually come to feel the same way.

Anakin
Anakin at 03:18 PM Oct 18

It's really good

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

annnnnnd now I really want to see Keanu Reeves as Doctor Strange. he's already a sorcerer
XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 01:50 AM Oct 18

I can't say I would like that casting.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 08:45 AM Oct 18

He flipped off the Devil. That's as solid a qualification as any I can work out.

Glinda
Glinda at 02:14 PM Oct 19

Absolutely!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

so Tom Hardy is going to star in Doctor Strange, Escape From New York, the DC Comics movie Suicide Squad and now... X-Men: Apocalypse. Honestly screw Doctor Strange, EFNY and SS -- Tom Hardy as the main villain in the next X-Men movie?! That would be phenomenal. The guy is such a chameleon and can play such a good badass or villain character. I could totally see him owning it. And that extra scene after the credits of X-Men: Days of Future Past now only makes me think of Tom Hardy's villain role in Star Trek: Nemesis lol. Really hope this one actually happens!
Anakin
Anakin at 01:44 AM Oct 18

Tom Hardy is wanted for everything! haha

Mr.Blizzo
Mr.Blizzo at 09:19 PM Oct 18

He's a wanted man.

Glinda
Glinda at 02:19 PM Oct 19

He really is a chameleon he can completely change everything about himself for a role. I'm all for anything he's in, but especially Escape From New York. I love the original but no problems loving both of them for me. :)

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Cochise created a LIST: 3 days ago

An introduction to the horror genre: 10 recommended viewings for the modern day beginner

1. The Purge: a modern introduction to the home invasion flick. If enjoyed, films like The Strangers, Panic Room, The Collector, Vacancy and Straw Dogs could be explored.
2. The Hills Have Eyes: a modern introduction to the horror concepts of being stranded in the wilderness, along with science-fiction horror. If enjoyed, films like Wrong Turn, Frozen (not that Frozen), The Descent, The Blair Witch Project, A Perfect Getaway, The Ruins and The Cave could be looked at, as well as more sci-fi horror such as The Fly, The Mist, Pandorum, Splice, Prometheus and Mimic.
3. Saw: an introduction to the mystery and psychological side of horror film, as well as a taste of the torture side of horror. If the former elements are enjoyed the viewer could branch off and watch films like The Shining, Identity, American Psycho, 1408, Shutter Island, Silent Hill, Jacob's Ladder and The Sixth Sense. Or with the latter, films like Hostel, I Spit On Your Grave, the Final Destination series or Turistas.
4. Freddy vs. Jason: basically a greatest hits of the iconic horror villain/slasher subgenre. If you like anything you see here, you'll be able to dig into a ton of movies featuring the same characters that preceded it with the Friday the 13th series, the A Nightmare on Elm Street series as well as series featuring other characters like Chucky, Leatherface, Pinhead and Michael Myers.
5. Shaun of the Dead: a great introduction to both comedy-horror and zombies in horror, two birds with one stone here. If the zombie element is enjoyed then movies like the Dawn of the Dead remake, Night of the Living Dead, Land of the Dead and 28 Days Later could be tracked down. Or if the horror-comedy angle does the trick, check out Zombieland, Warm Bodies, Gremlins 1 & 2, Scary Movie 1-4, Army of Darkness, The Frighteners, Ghostbusters and Club Dread.
6. The Last Exorcism: a modern introduction, that is both accessible and unique, to the religious horror subgenre, or the exorcism subgenre, as well as the found footage subgenre. A lot of birds with one stone here and of course a great warm up to the grand daddy of them all, The Exorcist. Other religious horror films like The Devil's Advocate, The Ninth Gate, The Omen, Drag Me To Hell, Frailty, Constantine and Rosemary's Baby could then be looked into as well. For the found footage side of things, the Paranormal Activity series, VHS and Cloverfield could be looked into too.
7. 30 Days of Night: a modern introduction to the vampire subgenre. If enjoyed, movies like Daybreakers, Blade, Let Me In, Underworld, From Dusk Til Dawn, Queen of the Damned, Interview with the Vampire, The Lost Boys and of course the Dracula movies could be checked out. This could also lead to further exploration of the classic Universal monsters, like the various incarnations of Frankenstein and the Wolfman.
8. Signs: an introduction to the alien horror subgenre. If enjoyed, films like The Arrival, Dreamcatcher, Slither, The Thing, War of the Worlds, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Pitch Black and of course Alien could be tracked down.
9. Deep Blue Sea: an introduction to the animal horror genre, whose most acclaimed work would be, of course, Jaws. If enjoyed, films like Lake Placid, Cujo, Anaconda, The Birds, Piranha 3D, Arachnophobia, The Grey and The Edge could be looked into afterwards.
10. The Silence of the Lambs: a slightly older as well, but still very modern in its accessibility I believe. A great, highly acclaimed introduction to the crime horror subgenre. If enjoyed, films like Seven, Cape Fear, Zodiac, Copycat and From Hell could be explored.
Laksmikanti
Laksmikanti at 03:58 AM Oct 18

This list is great, but somehow your list have few things that are not so for beginners. Thechanges23 made an status about it, and somebody mentioned an introductory list made by another fellow schmoe, somewhere else, that one really from the soft step by step to the intense and more disturbing levels of horrors, I did that one myself, after that one, (I will never go to the disturbing levels), I come to your list and is awesome, because I have been already introduced to this art.

From your list I love The Purge (but the second one), and also the Panic Room, I love Home Invasion movies. Also the Psychological thrillers like Psycho, The Silent Of The Lambs. In the Vampire Genre I think "Daybreakers" is highly underrated and 30 Days Of Night is simply a Jewel.

What I love about your list is also the modern approach of the horror movies. Awesome Job hun!

Glinda
Glinda at 02:25 PM Oct 19

Great list! Haven't seen Freddy vs Jason or Saw, but totally agree with all the rest. Well done.

timmyd
timmyd at 07:34 PM Oct 19

Spot on , Buddy. great job.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

just realized that Robert Downey Jr hogging up Captain America 3 probably means that once again Jeremy Renner gets the worst of it. It was talked about that Hawkeye would finally have some decent screentime in Cap 3, but I can definitely see that as being one of the first subplots to get the boot now that they have to accommodate RDJ's demands. Hell maybe they'll totally eradicate Hawkeye's character from the entire script, I could definitely see that too. And what with The Avengers: Age of Ultron having a bunch more characters than Avengers 1... things are not looking good for Renner/Hawkeye. Damn.
Quinn
Quinn at 08:13 PM Oct 16

I also personally think it's way to early for them to be doing Civil War with so many other stories they could be doing but that's just me. Still going to see anything they do.

grelber37
grelber37 at 08:18 PM Oct 16

Big egos can hurt big projects.

However, let us cogitate beneath our thinking CAPS. Could Renner play the villain in Captain America: Civil War? Sometimes, Hawkeye has been an outlaw in the comics.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 11:56 PM Oct 16

These Hollywood film makers for the Marvel movies, probably look at all the possible stories, sub-plots and pick which one or ones they think will make money...rather than pick stories that go along better with what is current going on , so far with their current Marvel projects...they should bulid a better time line by looking at the comic book stories, so they know what stories go best (in order).

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 4 days ago

Shia LaBeouf opens up about his recent meltdown - Part 1

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yw3rIjzEuaY

Cochise
Cochise at 05:44 PM Oct 16

This is pretty cool. I like how Ellen handled it and how open and genuine LaBeouf was about everything. Pretty interesting and it makes sense. Cool to see LaBeouf humble and admitting his mistakes, and of course explaining everything well. Doesn't just seem like a cheap excuse and I think it'll even help some of the LaBeouf haters understand and perhaps hate on him less.

razgriz21
razgriz21 at 05:57 PM Oct 16

I hope he turns it around.

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