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out of all the possibilities who ever actually wanted a Mayans-focused Sons of Anarchy spinoff. Like really? Give us that First 9 prequel, or go all True Detective and just make it about a completely unrelated motorcycle club in another part of the U.S. or hell if it really needs to be connected go with the One-Niners or hell even the Triads. No one gives a crap about the Mayans lol
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Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

out of all the possibilities who ever actually wanted a Mayans-focused Sons of Anarchy spinoff. Like really? Give us that First 9 prequel, or go all True Detective and just make it about a completely unrelated motorcycle club in another part of the U.S. or hell if it really needs to be connected go with the One-Niners or hell even the Triads. No one gives a crap about the Mayans lol
Laksmikanti at 10:12 AM Aug 27

Uh Uh, I don't like any other motorcycle club that is not my SONS, I really was expecting something inside the club. However, who knows I may watch it... or maybe not.

Cochise created a LIST: 2 days ago

Hollywood Roundtable*

1. Martin Scorsese
2. Robert De Niro
3. Leonardo DiCaprio
4. Tom Cruise
5. Steven Spielberg
6. * You can invite any 5 active players, actors, directors, whoevers in Film/TV to a roundtable discussion over brews.. who would you choose?

Based on a list by JohnLocke2342

JohnLocke2342 at 08:06 PM Aug 26

Brilliant choices dude

movieman32 at 09:10 PM Aug 26

Great choices!

Glinda at 09:16 PM Aug 27

Love every one.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

everyone is shitting on how Apocalypse looks in X-Men: Apocalypse and yes while I do agree his classic look would've been much cooler to see (and it's still kinda confusing why we didn't see that one...) I have to say that I don't really get why Apocalypse's look is getting so much flak when Thanos gets like none. He looked corny as hell in his first Avengers reveal and in GOTG and our latest look at him, in Avengers: Age of Ultron... he just looks so cartoony, on top of looking corny. The effects on Hulk are great, but this is concerning cause this is the ultimate ultimate big bad and it doesn't look very good at all... they should've totally went with makeup and prosthetics for him, and then upscaled his size afterwards if they wanted him to be bigger.
Cochise at 10:36 AM Aug 26

^ yeah I understand that but the fact that Thanos looks like a drawn in cartoon compared to Apocalypse actually looking like a real presence/person/character is equally as important of an issue I think

JohnLocke2342 at 12:10 PM Aug 26

Does Thanos really look that bad? I thought he looked alright in his Guardians scene but we've literally only seen him in two 5 second post credits sequences and one fully CGI rendered performance that was added on to the movie last second. I just.. I dunno, I don't think either of them look that bad tbh.

Cochise at 05:02 PM Aug 26

^ I don't know, I posted all three appearances in the first comment in this thread and while I wouldn't say it looks horrible or anything, it definitely looks... well it doesn't look real, like it should. It doesn't look like he's actually 'there'. It looks like something you see in a really good videogame cutscene rather than some sort of believable CG character like Gollum or Ney'tiri or something. It doesn't even look as good as Hulk does in Avengers 1 and 2 I don't think. You're right though, they have been rushed quick glimpses at him, so I hope that if they do follow through with him being CG when he finally appears... that the effects work is a lot better than it this stuff. Still, going practical and then enhancing it with CG effects would be the route to go here I definitely think, if the glimpses we've seen of him so far are anything to go by.

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KILL YOUR FRIENDS debut trailer


JohnLocke2342 at 01:02 PM Aug 24

Nicholas Hoult is one of the most talented young actors in the business right now.. dude can transform himself in any flick. I dig it.

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Pat Hatfreet at 02:56 PM Aug 24


Glinda at 10:21 PM Aug 24

This looks amazing.

@JL - I agree, he's so good in everything I've seen him in. Loved him in that Michael Shannon movie I've forgotten the name of, Warm Bodies and of course Fury Road. This looks so good!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

although Chris Pratt still looks oddly fake or plastic-y like in the poster, I love that (my boy) Blue is basically front and center and more highlighted than in the poster on the Jurassic World blu-ray cover. Best part of the movie!
Cochise at 12:53 PM Aug 24

oh I totally agree, there was something off putting and fake/plasticy looking about all of them I think. I just like that Blue is highlighted on the blu-ray (hahhh didn't catch that one the first time) cause I thought his 'character' and relationship with Owen was the best thing about the movie easily

JohnLocke2342 at 12:56 PM Aug 24

Oh dude I am so with you on that.. in fact I think he was my favorite character in the movie (which says a lot about the humans but still.. he rocked). I would love to see their relationship further explained in the sequel and for him to wind up being a Chewbacca/Toothless hybrid haha.

JohnLocke2342 at 12:57 PM Aug 24

The "plasticy" look you mention is exactly the type of glossy, detailed, clean and pristine look that the movie had for me which just didn't jive with the location/atmosphere. It was all too futuristic Apple store looking.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 6 days ago

apparently it's the 'cool' thing now to like Oscar Isaac? I mean to the extent of people bitching at me for saying I'm a fan of his, saying 'oh he's not that great, you're just another bandwagon jumper because of Ex Machina. Enough of the Oscar Isaac bandwagon' type stuff. And I'm just like... uh... what? Don't get me wrong, I loved Ex Machina, but Isaac's performance as good as it was was not the reason I loved it. And the reason I'm a fan of Oscar Isaac is because of his great performances in Inside Llewyn Davis and especially A Most Violent Year...
XSsoCX at 02:10 PM Aug 23

@ Cochise, I was just joking, my man. You said someone said to you that people only like Oscar because 'its the cool thing to do'. So I was trying to be funny and saying I only liked him because I have to.

Yeah, so my tongue-in-cheek comment didn't work... Back to the joke drawing board I go. :)

klinteastwood at 09:52 AM Aug 24

Llewyn Davis was great

Cochise at 10:47 AM Aug 24

@XS - ah lol, well ya fooled me! lol

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

so Mad Max series director George Miller is going to direct... Man of Steel 2? Apparently, though honestly I thought Batman v Superman was Man of Steel 2? Guess not? I'd much rather be getting every other DC movie before another solo Superman movie tbh, and although Mad Max Fury Road had a ton of CGI in it, it was most noted for its heavy reliance on practical effects... which is like the damn near exact opposite, in my mind at least, of what the first Man of Steel was lol, so that'll be interesting...
TheChanges23 at 06:08 PM Aug 21

Yeah I don't understand it......

.....I seriously thought Dawn of Justice was Man of Steel 2...weird.

Glinda at 02:27 PM Aug 23

Yeah weird. I didn't know there was going to be a MoS 2.

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 8 days ago

Ant-Man: The Quantum Realm


YoshioKun13 at 05:19 PM Aug 20

From what I have heard, this sequence was put into the film largely and specifically to tie into what they're going to do with it in DR. STRANGE.

So sort of a hint of the bigger things to come.

JohnLocke2342 at 05:59 PM Aug 20

^ Yup

Cochise at 06:37 PM Aug 20

^ I can see that, and I'm glad about it cause it was the coolest part of the movie I think. Also, good to hear we can look forward to more of this obscure visual trippiness!

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 9 days ago

real life Mortal Kombat


Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 06:36 PM Aug 20

Saw it yesterday! Cool stuff!

Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 10 days ago

Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation


Directed by: Christopher McQuarrie
Written by: Drew Pearce
Cast: Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg, Jeremy Renner, Alec Baldwin, Ving Rhames, Sean Harris, Rebecca Ferguson
Studio: Paramount Pictures
Genre: Action, Thriller
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Plot: Ethan and team take on their most impossible mission yet, eradicating the Syndicate - an International rogue organization as highly skilled as they are, committed to destroying the IMF.


+ good cast (Cruise is good as always, though the script didn't really offer him much other than stunts, like MI3 and MI1 did. Pegg was good in what seemed like a bit of a larger role than before)

+ good direction

+ good script (while I can't say any of them were particularly hilarious, I chuckled at nearly every joke, and the movie had a couple cool little twists)


- some characters were unfortunately really sidelined (Ving Rhames and Jeremy Renner) and the villain was pretty forgettable looking back on it, though an improvement over MI4's

- the storyline, while it worked and was more involving and exciting than Ghost Protocol's, was ultimately pretty been there done that and forgettable/disposable and there wasn't as much cool spy type stuff as I had hoped. And the final takedown of the bad guy, while cool in concept, seems pretty too random and convenient when thinking about it, seeing as Ethan just dashes into that building in a panic when he was otherwise going to go right by it...

- a minor quibble but the opening credits (I think MI4 did this too) ...just why? Why do they make the opening credits into basically a trailer for the movie you're just about to watch, showing you all the cool moments that are coming up? Why not just have that opening credits be a stylized version of Ethan's descent off the plane or something... weird.



A huge improvement over Ghost Protocol, and all in all a good movie. Still doesn't reach the heights of MI3 unfortunately, but it works and was a fun popcorn flick. It's unfortunate and kind of shocking that the big stunt (the plane) was actually a real short throwaway scene in the movie right at the beginning, but the triple header action sequence that had the underwater bit leading directly into the car chase leading directly into the bike chase was one of the best action sequences in quite some time. Recommended.


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Pat Hatfreet at 04:56 PM Aug 18

Good review! I still have to see that one!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 11 days ago

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tbondrage99 at 01:42 AM Aug 20

Well now that's just a thing of beauty now isn't it?

Cochise updated his STATUS: 11 days ago

probably have a free ticket to either Hitman: Agent 47 or American Ultra... which would you choose? Can't say I'm really excited for either but a free movie is a free movie right kind of leaning towards American Ultra...
Cochise at 07:24 AM Aug 18

^ lol already saw it! But yeah if I could I'd sneak into Straight Outta Compton but sadly it's not possible in this theatre so it's just one or the other. Agent 47 does look like... I don't know, a couple cool action bits maybe, but it does look underwhelming as hell yeah kind of throwaway. I'm a big fan of the last game Absolution and can't stop thinking how much better this movie could've been if only they had made it more like the game(s), made it about suspense and mystery and sneaking around and low key stuff, rather than crazy random OTT action.

@WalkAway/Grelber - although I don't dislike Stewart as much as some people, I can't say I'm a fan of either of the leads either to be honest. I usually find Eisenberg even more annoying but... I don't know, like you say (Grelber) it seems like the movie could be more inventive/clever and end up working well even for non-fans of the leads like myself... hmm... argh, it's really a lesser of two evils things here lol

JohnLocke2342 at 07:58 AM Aug 18

@ Cochise - ahhh yes straight outta compton, that would be amazing. I think you basically have two sides of the same coin: American Ultra had a really buzzy script during pre-production and could wind up being much more clever than a generic action movie.. buuut it could also fall on its face and be horrible. Agent 47 will most likely have some strong action choreography and chase beats that could be worth the price of admission alone, even if it does fall on its face and wind up being horrible. Tough spot.. I think I would lean to Ultra for the chance that it's something a little different.

Can you wait to hear some feedback before you decide?

Cochise at 08:17 AM Aug 18

yeah, it isn't until sometime next week I think so at least there'll be the reviews will be out by then

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

Iron Man 3 should've been the story of Ultron and The Avengers 2 instead should've been the Civil War storyline, would've been much better that way I think, made a lot more sense too.
grelber37 at 01:07 AM Aug 17

You are right. Age of Ultron might have had to occur on a smaller scale. However, Civil War is a bigger event, and it fits an Avengers movie-event best.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 03:57 AM Aug 17

Excellent point. On the other hand, the end of Phase Three is going to be HUUUUUUUGE so they perhaps wants to start it with something of appropriate caliber, hence the comparably smaller scale of Age of Ultron.

JohnLocke2342 at 07:08 AM Aug 18

Wow that would've been really great actually - good point.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

also the stories of Star Wars: Episode VII, VIII and IX are all based on story outlines that Mr. George Lucas himself created?! Uhh... really?
JohnLocke2342 at 01:53 PM Aug 17


and also this:

"The ones that I sold to Disney, they came up to the decision that they didn't really want to do those. So they made up their own. So it's not the ones that I originally wrote [on screen in Star Wars: The Force Awakens]"

Cochise at 03:47 AM Aug 18

^ quuuuick somebody fix Wikipedia! lol, but yeah that actually sounds kind of familiar now. Would be interesting to see what the basic storyline for Lucas' versions were too!

JohnLocke2342 at 07:09 AM Aug 18

Yeah I'm also curious about that as well. I'm sure 8 years down the line when all is said and done with the trilogy we will get an exclusive in Empire magazine about his original story details.

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