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Deadpool is apparently tracking to open in the $55 million range! For an R-rated, b-list superhero movie that is a totally fantastic number. Really surprising, I thought it was going pretty under the mainstream radar (as you would expect) and had like a 50/50 chance of bombing, probably higher. An opening like what is being projected now is just as much as X-Men: First Class' opening, and even more than both The Wolverine and the original X-Men openings (all of which had the advantage of being PG-13 and with more star power to boot). Hell it's on track to have a bigger opening than heavy hitters like King Kong, Interstellar, The Bourne Supremacy, How To Train Your Dragon 2, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Batman Begins, the Men In Black series, Tangled, Superman Returns and The Matrix: Revolutions... go Deadpool!
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Deadpool is apparently tracking to open in the $55 million range! For an R-rated, b-list superhero movie that is a totally fantastic number. Really surprising, I thought it was going pretty under the mainstream radar (as you would expect) and had like a 50/50 chance of bombing, probably higher. An opening like what is being projected now is just as much as X-Men: First Class' opening, and even more than both The Wolverine and the original X-Men openings (all of which had the advantage of being PG-13 and with more star power to boot). Hell it's on track to have a bigger opening than heavy hitters like King Kong, Interstellar, The Bourne Supremacy, How To Train Your Dragon 2, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, Batman Begins, the Men In Black series, Tangled, Superman Returns and The Matrix: Revolutions... go Deadpool!
JohnnyPHreak
JohnnyPHreak at 10:09 PM Jan 23

I'm hoping with all the energy I have that this film breaks $60 million opening weekend. This would be a huge step for R-Rated films & R-Rated comic book films.

Cochise posted a BLOG item 26 days ago

post-Star Wars: The Force Awakens random thoughts

*my Star Wars: The Force Awakens spoilery thoughts follow*

1) Captain Phasma was a bit lame... It felt like they hyped her up to be this cool new character or badass villain and if anything she was just a wimp who surrendered and betrayed her cause in the blink of an eye and never stepped into battle once -- the TR-8R stormtrooper bested her in every way, so that was weird. She has a LOT to make up for in the next movie and I'm not really sure how they'll do it after introducing her as anything but intimidating or powerful here.

2) Supreme Leader Snoke... I don't know, honestly I still really hope he's a giant. Alright maybe not THAT big as he was portrayed there with the hologram but if he were like 8 feet tall or something I think that'd be cool, just to change things up a bit rather than having yet another human sized bad guy. The Darth Plagueis fan theory about him makes a lot of sense too, what with him looking all scarred and almost corpse-like. That would be cool to see and connect him to the very first Star Wars movie (chronologically) what with him being Sidious' master then.

3) Luke... I like the fan theory that Luke's daughter is Rey and she was being trained by Luke with all the others, and then Kylo got jealous of her talent and started the massacre, but Luke or someone took young Rey and saved her, transporting her to safety and going into exile. All that would need to be explained is Rey's lack of recollection of that which could be explained by a bad bump on the head by a young Kylo during the massacre or something.

4) Kylo Ren... I just don't think he can be redeemed after killing Han Solo, and I hope that isn't part of the plot in the future. I hope killing his father was the big point of no return for him and he is just full on evil from here on out, not another Darth Vader thing.

5) Rey... I remember Abrams said that the two main characters purposefully had their last names kept secret, which everyone took that it meant that their last names are recognizable... Rey makes sense to either be well, the only two other recognizable names out there (unless she's a Solo too) and that's Kenobi or Skywalker. But Kenobi wouldn't really make sense cause it would have to be like Obi Wan's daughter's daughter's daughter or something and he never was really was a Skywalker in terms of the force or anything, so Luke's daughter makes the most sense (if she's a Solo I would think Leia would've said something after her father died in front of her and before she sent her away but who knows maybe not?). Which brings me to

6) Finn... or maybe Abrams was only referencing Rey when talking about purposefully hidden last names? Because really, would anyone *really* give a shit if Finn was the son of Lando? Just feels like a pointless reveal, especially with Han Solo gone

7) Hux... I don't know, I still hope he turns out to be a Skywalker or something (he looks just like Luke http://i1.wp.com/makingstarwars.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/mark-hamill-Domhnall-Gleeson.jpg?resize=499%2C303) and there's gotta be something more to him with him surviving and all, he can't just be the basic General type guy but hey who knows... I hope his character is more than that, Gleeson's a much better actor than to just be locked into something so basic... but then again if he was a Skywalker you'd think Leia would know that and it really didn't seem like she did. Or that Snoke would feel his force or whatever... hm...

8) Poe... if it ever happens it'll be a real ways off, after Episode IX, but still I would love to see a spinoff movie about fighter pilots, showing how Poe got to be the best. I kind of thought that's what Rogue One would be (I guess I accidentally connected Rogue One with Rogue Squadron or something). Or how about a new game telling Poe's prequel story in the vein of the Rogue Squadron series. Anyway, I hope to see more of him in the sequel. It seems like Rey, Luke, R2 and Chewie will spend a good chunk of the sequel together so to me that seems like (aside from the time spent on Kylo, Hux and Snoke) the other side of things will feature Leia, Finn, Poe and BB-8 so I'm hoping we see Finn and Poe go on a bit of an adventure themselves while Rey trains with Luke.


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Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 08:45 PM Jan 15

^ Maybe, maybe. The Villian route works better and yes he wants follow Vader but he failed with doing what he did, maybe he will surpass Vader but anyway, it was Anakin's redemption which saved the day :P

and he killed a bunch of kids and was aloud to join the jedi ghost club! so yeah, Kylo could still be saved!

Cochise
Cochise at 11:42 PM Jan 15

ugh it would really suck if it went the redemption route again. I hope the redone stuff in TFA is the last we see of any sort of rehashing from previous movies.

Yeah if it does go the route that she hasn't had any training then the quickness of how she did all those things means she'll likely be more powerful than any Jedi ever - Anakin, Obi Wan, Luke, Yoda. That would be interesting to see for sure. She could still definitely be Luke's daughter though, and some people are saying for her to be a Skywalker would be 'too easy' too but it's like every movie in the entire franchise has been about Skywalkers so why would it change now? Plus Abrams basically said her last name/family is one you'll know so... my bet and hope is on her being a Skywalker. Luke's daughter would be interesting but at the same time it may offer more for story arcs if she's actually Han and Leia's daughter and with that Kylo's brother... but unfortunately that would likely mean they'd go the redemption angle... well if they are then hey, fingers crossed for something new

Anakin
Anakin at 06:53 AM Jan 16

I felt Phasma had very little to do in the film and that surprised me seeing as how she was promoted before the movie. So I did feel slightly let down in that regard.

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Cochise created a LIST: 26 days ago

JJ Abrams ranked

1. Star Trek
2. Mission: Impossible III
3. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
4. Star Trek Into Darkness
5. Super 8
Scotch
Scotch at 06:19 PM Jan 15

Big fan of every film on here. Incredible resume so far!

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 06:59 PM Jan 15

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

jeo4
jeo4 at 07:13 PM Jan 15

Star Wars wins this one for me.

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Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 26 days ago

Star Wars: The Force Awakens



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Directed by: J.J. Abrams
Written by: Michael Arndt
Cast: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Anthony Daniels, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker, John Boyega, Adam Driver, Oscar Isaac, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Max Sydow, Daisy Ridley, Gwendoline Christie, Lupita Nyong'o
Studio: Walt Disney
Genre: Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy, Science-Fiction
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Plot:
PROS:

+ fantastic special effects

+ great cast (Boyega was even better than expected, as was Driver - it was refreshing to see such a conflicted, angsty and off the rails villain in SW. Ridley was damn good and Isaac was as well, though I wanted to see more of him. Ford came back and had some good fun as Solo)

+ well directed/shot

CONS:

- far too many rehashed beats in the script ( to the film's detriment they needlessly and lazily copy bits from the OT. *minor spoiler follow* Most notably the cantina bar scene, what amounts to yet another death star, and finally how it is destroyed ...it almost just felt like unimaginitive post ROTJ fan fiction, though that's a bit harsh. I mean really, just change those things and the movie would've benefited greatly *spoilers end*)

- very underwhelming score (easily the weakest in the series to my ears. Nothing stuck out. Like with Jurassic World I wish they had even just used the classic themes more)

- surprisingly poor 3D

Review:

OVERALL:

After a first watch I give it a light 7. It's very well made and I definitely look forward to seeing it again on blu but I was surprised and disappointed with how the movie relied on copying the past. The small nostalgic references and nods to the past were fine and fun, but it's when the movie copies big iconic scenes and ideas from the OT rather than just simply doing something original that it falters. It's weird because all of the new stuff in the movie was actually great and far more compelling than any of the 'I've seen this before' stuff. It's just pretty confusing why they would do this, is that really fan service? To me that un-originality took away from the movie. Still, I enjoyed seeing it and it definitely felt to me like A New Hope in not only the aforementioned ways, but also in the sense that while solid - it definitely feels like the best is yet to come with the sequels. Can't wait for more.

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sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 07:00 PM Jan 15

Great movie.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 30 days ago

nice! "Pac Rim 2 cancelled? Don't believe everything you read. It's still going and I'll remain w it in one way or another! — Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) January 11, 2016"
Righteous_faustus
Righteous_faustus at 03:10 PM Jan 12

Pacific Rim is SEVERELY misunderstood. People complain about the actors/acting as if the movie is supposed to be some dramatic high art kinda thing. They clearly don't know their stuff.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 30 days ago

pretty sure I accidentally scrolled past a huge The Force Awakens spoiler... damn, and less than a day before I finally see it too. Hopefully it's just some stupid trolling and isn't actually true lol but we'll see I guess...
Zacharia
Zacharia at 09:17 PM Jan 11

Read a spoiler on Youtube on a video that had absolutely nothing to do with Star Wars and it ended up being true.

Cochise
Cochise at 09:19 PM Jan 11

@Slow - no not on here, it was a random comment on Youtube just like Zacharia mentioned and then I just saw it again as a meme on Facebook lol...

Anakin
Anakin at 06:06 AM Jan 12

Hopefully you never got it spoilt.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

finally got tickets to go see Star Wars VII this tuesday, stoked!
timmyd
timmyd at 09:38 PM Jan 10

atta boy . enjoy.

sLaShEr84
sLaShEr84 at 10:56 PM Jan 10

Great movie and enjoy.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

binged season 1 of Fargo and now on episode 7 of season 2. Season 1 took a little adjusting to get into, especially after coming off a series so heavy and different as The Leftovers, but a few episodes in I really started to get into the groove and as a whole I thought it was a great season of TV, one of the best out there really. S2 isn't near as good unfortunately, plot wise, character wise or actor wise (though that's not to say any of those aspects are bad per se - and Plemons and Woodbine are quite good, Wilson is solid as wellA) but still, I'm really enjoying S2. It seems like it tries to make up for its shortcomings, in comparison to S1, by having a lot of blood/action and of course that weird and random as hell alien stuff doesn't hurt lol. Lookin forward to these final three eps!
Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 02:26 AM Jan 07

Glad you're enjoying it. I still have to start this series.

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 02:29 PM Jan 07

I felt about the same about season 2. It's still entertaining nonetheless.

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:43 PM Jan 07

I'm gad you dug it man, I truly think it's one of the best series on TV. Stellar television!

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

It is disappointing Chris Nolan's next movie, Dunkirk, is going to be a WW2 flick. Don't get me wrong I still think it'll be really good but man I was really hoping Nolan would keep pumping out big original sci-fi and fantasy flicks like Inception and Interstellar so having to wait that much longer for the next movie of that type from him is definitely disappointing. Still it starring Tom Hardy and Kenneth Branagh makes me MUCH more interested though, so that's great. I find it a bit odd that it's going for a July release though. Being a serious war flick and all with an acclaimed director and cast you'd think they would line this right up for Awards season with a December 2017 release, which is pretty sparse at the moment (in terms of blockbusters, that would potentially compete with it, there's Spielberg's Ready Player One and that's it). Maybe the date will change
Cochise posted a POLL item: about 1 month ago

What TV show should I binge next...:

timmyd
timmyd at 08:34 PM Dec 27

Mr. Robot.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

the best part about binging a season of TV is that you don't have to wait an entire week between episodes, and it all stays fresher and more connected in your mind - the details, etc. but the one big downside is the withdrawal that comes after finishing a season lol, and I'm getting that right now after finishing season 2 of The Leftovers the other day, damn I just want more! Think I'm gonna start a new show and binge it
Cochise
Cochise at 06:51 PM Dec 27

^ ooh I totally forgot about that one! I should get on that one soon, I like Clive Owen

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 09:01 PM Dec 27

Heard a little bit about this series. Sounded good!

Glinda
Glinda at 11:40 PM Dec 28

I love binge watching tv shows and it's how I do it now. I wait for seasons to end then binge.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

The Leftovers season 2 was one of the greatest seasons of television ever. Like s1 it features some absolutely fantastic performances, writing and directing that deserve a lot of recognition. S2 in particular incorporates music fantastically, with nearly each episode having a unique theme that is so, so effective. While some can see it as a bit frustrating that they don't answer the big Qs, that isn't really the point of the show. Although the term is overused it is in every way true here, this is a character study through and through, just taking place in a world where an incredible event has happened and affected everyone and everything. I can not wait for the third and final season next year! It's so different, so unique, so technically skilled and just so damn weird.
OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 08:38 PM Dec 26

I've hears nothing but incredible things about S2 so I'm really thinking I should get on this soon, especially if next year is the last.

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 08:51 PM Dec 26

Felt the same way. It's very unlike a lot of television out there in the best way possible.

Beauski
Beauski at 06:42 PM Dec 27

It's so crazy but the acting, directing, writing, music and cinematography are just amazing!

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Jurassic World producer Frank Marshall just posted something pretty cool about Star Wars 7...
Weapon X
Weapon X at 07:50 PM Dec 21

I like the mentality of this, that you can high-five somebody on one-upping you without thinking it malicious or turning everything into some bloody battle wherein all competition must be crushed. "We had a giant opening. You had an even bigger one. Good on ya, brah."

timmyd
timmyd at 09:06 PM Dec 21

very cool.

Glinda
Glinda at 06:28 PM Dec 22

This is really cool to see. Well done.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

a page from the script of Deadpool, with notes from... Deadpool
jeo4
jeo4 at 04:11 PM Dec 19

LOL....I'm looking forward to this more and more as they continue to feed bits like this to us.

Cochise
Cochise at 05:09 PM Dec 19

^ might just be the best marketing campaign ever lol, love it

Slowschmo
Slowschmo at 05:52 PM Dec 19

What a great character. :-D

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

I wonder if Steven Spielberg was chirping his ol buddy George Lucas about how amazingly well the resequelboot to his movie Jurassic Park did this year with Jurassic World smashing records and everything... I bet Georgie just sent him a picture message today looking something like this
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 04:33 PM Dec 19

hahahaha that's hilarious

Weapon X
Weapon X at 05:32 PM Dec 19

I bet their U MAD BRO? memes have a budget of like 70 million each with a whole department at ILM to back them up. "Oh crap, they're at it again..."

Glinda
Glinda at 03:12 PM Dec 20

LOL!

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