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Finally saw Civil War the other night. Paul Rudd/Scott Lang/Ant-Man kicked ass in it. Honestly although only slightly different I found the character worked a lot better here, despite having a lot less screen time, than in the solo Ant-Man movie. Maybe it was the writing or direction I'm not sure, but Rudd just seemed a lot more like 'classic Rudd' to the fullest extent in Civil War - charming, funny, likable and relateable - all more so than in the solo movie, which I did enjoy but still. I hope this carries through more into Ant-Man 2 and future appearances.
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Cochise posted a BLOG item 27 days ago

The Shallows, a big hit? Whoa


I love shark movies, and I'd love to see another balls to the wall, large scope one like Jaws or especially Deep Blue Sea, but still I love sharks in general regardless. Fascinated by them. But the Shallows looked like the definition of a 'watch it on a rainy day on Netflix' type movie. Absolutely shocked it took in that much money at the box office. But hey it's shark week and there's a hot girl in a bikini the whole movie so it's got the 'cool' and the 'hot', guess I can see why it worked (ala the newer entries of Fast and Furious, etc). Still, I was excited for it initially but the small scope (although it looks really well done for what it is) makes me think of nothing much more than Open Water, which it really does seem to relate a lot to. I'm sure it'll be better than that, but still, the ceiling with the potential is capped at something pretty low based on the small scale scope here. Not to prejudge, but it certainly doesn't look like anywhere near the acting showcase that a similar one actor based picture like even say (heh) Buried was. Oh well, still looks like it'll be a decent watch.

Mood: Surprised

Cochise at 03:16 PM Jun 27

^ It was predicted to make about 7 million in it's opening, so it far exceeded expectations but even more than that in the first weekend alone it already nearly (300 thousand away) recouped its entire production budget.

Honestly I don't really see why this movie would cost 17 million dollars to make though based on everything I've seen it seems like a rather small scale and contained picture, so if they were smarter with their money I think they could've cut the budget in half or so and then it would be an even bigger hit, but that's a bit o.t.

JohnLocke2342 at 06:06 PM Jun 27

^ There's a TON of cgi - basically the entire shark and the escape scenes so the budget seems about right for such a small movie.

Cochise at 01:58 PM Jun 29

^ Makes sense. Didn't seem like there'd be that much CGI or effects of any kind from the trailers but I guess so.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 28 days ago

Finally saw Civil War the other night. Paul Rudd/Scott Lang/Ant-Man kicked ass in it. Honestly although only slightly different I found the character worked a lot better here, despite having a lot less screen time, than in the solo Ant-Man movie. Maybe it was the writing or direction I'm not sure, but Rudd just seemed a lot more like 'classic Rudd' to the fullest extent in Civil War - charming, funny, likable and relateable - all more so than in the solo movie, which I did enjoy but still. I hope this carries through more into Ant-Man 2 and future appearances.
Glinda at 04:01 PM Jun 26

Glad you enjoyed it!

sLaShEr84 at 05:44 PM Jun 26

Good action movie.

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Pat Hatfreet at 01:57 PM Jun 28

Glad you enjoyed it! Loved Paul Rudd/Scott Lang/Ant-Man too!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: about 1 month ago

Watch Duncan Jones handle a real jerk of an interviewer incredibly well (to the point where his calm demeanor and precise, logical answers seem to tick the interviewer off so much that he storms off)


Frosty_86 at 04:22 AM Jun 21

God bless what a prick. I have to hand it to Jones, most directors would probably have walked out or ripped into the fucker. I think at the end of the interview the guy is disappointed he couldn't get a rise out of Jones. The end of the video is pretty funny because Jones is just sitting thinking "who the fuck aloud this moron in here?".

oscarxp25 at 07:25 AM Jun 21

I had so many emotions watching this film. I thought it was okay, then terrible, but by the end I realized that there was something there that Jones shows briefly. If any film needs a 3 hour is this one.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Shocking news about the great Anton Yelchin and his odd, fatal death. At only 27 years old it's definitely too soon. He was such a versatile and hugely talented actor. Underrated for sure. RIP
Beauski at 03:07 AM Jun 21

What makes it even more upsetting is the fact that it was because of some freak accident like that. He had already made a big mark on Hollywood at such a young age. We'll miss him.

Glinda at 01:24 PM Jun 21

So sad and shocking. I read there was a recall on his model Jeep Grand Cherokee regarding people putting the car into Park and it moving to Neutral on its own. Something like that. It sure explains how it could happen. Tragic.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I absolutely love Cloverfield, but I finally saw 10 Cloverfield Lane and my god, that was bad. The movie was actually decent enough up until the big reveal and everything in the last few minutes... which very unfortunately ruined any and absolutely all hope and interest I have in the future of the Cloverfield cinematic universe. I'm shocked to say it will take an absolute ton to get me back on board with this world after that lame ending which just reminded me of this ( crap movie through and through. The fan theories/explanations about the first Cloverfield movie were way, WAY cooler and more interesting than the generic explanation they've decided to go with here. Seriously, going by what we see in Cloverfield 1 and especially the end of 10 Cloverfield Lane... both of those movies could probably fit pretty easily into being canon prequels to the movie I linked a youtube trailer to above. Ugh
JohnLocke2342 at 07:15 AM Jun 15

... but 10 Cloverfield Lane isn't a sequel to Cloverfield. They're not the same monsters and it isn't the same canon universe.

It's an anthology series.

Cochise at 03:37 PM Jun 15

^ wait what, for real? So what's the connecting factor then, just that they're all fantasy/sci-fi/horror movies from Bad Robot? I figured with the name Cloverfield remaining it meant it was all within the same universe and they were all going to be quasi-sequels to one another with the overarching world being the connecting factor... thought I read JJ say that somewhere... but if they really have nothing to do with one another then that's even better - then I still have hope for a true Cloverfield 2, or a movie set within the universe of the first movie at least, not this crap lol

Cochise created a LIST: about 1 month ago

Ranking the X-Men Franchise

1. X-Men: Apocalypse - 8/10
2. X-Men: Days of Future Past - 8/10
3. X-Men - 8/10
4. Deadpool - 7/10
5. X2: X-Men United - 7/10
6. The Wolverine - 7/10
7. X-Men 3: The Last Stand - 6/10
8. X-Men: First Class - 6/10
9. X-Men Origins: Wolverine - 4/10

Based on a list by Frosty_86

YoshioKun13 at 05:31 AM Jun 07

I was pretty impressed with APOCALYPSE myself

Cochise posted a BLOG item about 1 month ago

X-Men: Social Justice Warrior


This is absolutely ridiculous. Talk about stretching for something to get up in arms about. I mean really? Really??

Enough already. It's not 'violence against women' being promoted here, it's the main, titular villain of the film in what is his most visually iconic scene of the film, one in which he effortlessly subdues and controls not 'a woman' but arguably, for better or for worse, the main protagonist character of the trilogy, the new face of the franchise and the biggest star of the entire cast. It is simple common sense why this is being used as promotional material, and it's for those very reasons just noted. Not because Fox was like 'yeah we know what people want, men beating up women! So this is the clear choice for the banner because of that, yep'. No. Just no. If Nicolas Hoult was as big of a star as Jennifer Lawrence and because of that had the larger spotlight in these movies like J-Law has then it would be his Beast being up there instead, simple as that. And I'm sure there'd be no complaints there, but because it's a female character then clearly the whole point of the banner and the reasoning behind it was 'women suck'. Twisting this into some b.s. about sexism against women is just plain silly and so, so groan worthy. Ugh

Mood: Surprised

Cronos at 06:00 AM Jun 03

The irony is if it was Mystique choking Apocalypse they'd be praising it for being "empowering".

I can't take people like that remotely seriously.

grelber37 at 03:18 PM Jun 03

I LOLed at your blog's title, and I like the thoughts expressed therein. Images can be interpreted in a variety of ways. However, there is a "strong reading" (i.e. common sense) of any text, and then there are weaker readings (i.e. readings that generally do not withstand scrutiny).

Man, I have some public art--especially advertisements--that I would love to remove from the landscape. In part, these ads send potentially pernicious messages. However, removing them would not be right.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

looks great
Cochise at 11:53 AM Jun 01

Glinda at 04:04 PM Jun 01

Yes it does!

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Pat Hatfreet at 01:15 PM Jun 06

Looks really cool!

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

X-Men: Apocalypse was an absolute treat, and a prime example of why I go to the movies. One of if not the best superhero movie of all time. If you have any interest in seeing it, make sure you see it on the biggest theatre screen and in 3D while you still have a chance. Easily the best 3D movie (even including animated films) since hell... the original Hobbit, and definitely one of best uses of 3D ever I'd say. Singer absolutely nailed this movie in all areas, just as he did with DOFP. A must see. Bring on the next Singer!
Glinda at 05:15 PM May 31

Awesome that you loved it!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: about 1 month ago

Ho-ly-shit. The new second/theatrical trailer for Deepwater Horizon, the new oil rig disaster movie starring Mark Wahlberg just completely reinvigorates my love of Peter Berg as a director, which started with...


Cochise at 03:59 AM May 27

"The Rundown with SWS and The Rock and then increased isgnificantly with The Kingdom, super underrtaed and then solidified more with Lone Surivor a litlle while ago. Sure, there was Battleship but whatever, when he's making these more emotion driven drama/action type movies he nails it. This looks like another big home run for sure in line with those big three I mentioned, I can just get the same feeling from this trailer. Very unexpected. First trailer looked good, but this takes it to a whole new level (and even though I still wished a movie about this event focused on the environmental devastation it caused, the aftermath, etc)"

Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 months 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 06:29 AM May 21

Two great casting choices!

Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 months 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
Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 2 months ago

"Who are you?" I don't know, but I know what I am... sold!


Cochise at 01:21 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 04:32 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.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 08:20 PM May 14

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

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