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I am down as hell for a The Crow remake! Actually I don't think I've ever been as excited by the prospect of a remake before. Luke Evans starring in it is just a bonus, if that becomes 100% official. My reason behind all of this is that while I absolutely love the original movie *in concept* I don't really like it that much as a movie. I don't think it holds up at all. I think Brandon Lee was solid in the role, and the movie had its moments, but there are just so many flaws and things that could've been done better - on top of it not aging well at all. So yeah, I am SO down for this new one over here!!
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Cochise posted a BLOG item about 19 hours ago

the upcoming THE MUMMY reboot plot revealed!


I'm not sure if I love the concept, it could definitely still go in a ton of different directions as this is just basically the first act of the movie so who knows where it'll go from here -- but it is certainly much different than I was expecting! Seems a lot more horror-based than I had thought which I absolutely love (I loved the Rick O'Connell Indiana Jones style Mummy movies but didn't want to see a new version of that with this reboot). Anyway, this is definitely more interesting than I thought it'd be and I look forward to more info!

Plot synopsis:

"The story follows Navy Seal Tyler Colt and his mission in the Iraqi desert to find a group of terrorists hiding out in a bunker. To him and his teams surprise the terrorists within the bunker turn out be nothing more then some grave robbers who have all magically died. Upon entering the bunker Tyler and his team also succumb to some mystical forces out of their control. They soon realize the bunker they have infiltrated is actually a centuries old tomb. Mayhem erupts as all the Navy seal members start turning on one another and are captivated by the forces within the tomb. Tyler is the only one to make it all the way deep within the tomb alive to find an Black Iron Sarcophagus. It's marked with Egyptian symbols like the Ankh and Eye of Horus. Here Tyler is entranced by the forces to open up and release what is inside. But after placing his hand onto the sarcophagus he is immediately stabbed in the palm with a star shaped symbol. From then on his mind is cursed with visions of Ashurbanipal, King of Assyria... The Mummy."


I also wonder if this is meant to be apart of the new Universal Monsters Cinematic Universe that the Luke Evans starring Dracula Untold has just started? Being the Mummy and all I imagine it would be... so I wonder how they will work that into this...

Mood: Chillin'
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Glinda at 03:40 AM Oct 25

This does sound really good. I had no idea of this til now.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 23 hours ago

I am down as hell for a The Crow remake! Actually I don't think I've ever been as excited by the prospect of a remake before. Luke Evans starring in it is just a bonus, if that becomes 100% official. My reason behind all of this is that while I absolutely love the original movie *in concept* I don't really like it that much as a movie. I don't think it holds up at all. I think Brandon Lee was solid in the role, and the movie had its moments, but there are just so many flaws and things that could've been done better - on top of it not aging well at all. So yeah, I am SO down for this new one over here!!
Cochise posted a BLOG item 2 days ago

who will die in Age of Ultron?


Come on, with a tone and set up like that it would feel cheap if everyone just got away scott-free.

It won't be Cap, won't be Iron Man (seeing as both will be in Cap 3: Civil War) and it won't be Thor (seeing as we now know Thor 3: Ragnarok is coming) and it won't be Hulk cause... well, they just won't kill Hulk. He is far too popular, iconic and is way behind the other 'big guys' in terms of solo movies. WAY behind.

Hawkeye was said to be in Cap 3 (though who knows if he's in it anymore after RDJ came and shoved his way in -- still with the schedule I think Age of Ultron was already a ways into filming before the Cap 3 changes were made, so I don't see Hawkeye dying here. Plus that would be the ultimate kick in the face to the character/Renner).

Who does that leave? Not very many actually... but, they could definitely kill Nick Fury. And I think that would be great. Probably the most likely and it would definitely be the biggest death in the entire MCU so far. The guy who started it all, Nick Fury, is killed... sounds like a good lead in to the Civil War -- even if the team didn't always agree with him.

But is that enough? And who else is there?

They won't kill Quicksilver/Scarlet Witch/Vision because they're brand new, but they could also kill Black Widow which would be the most impactful death for the general audience I think (but is she too much of a fan favourite to bite the dust? I think it'd be a ballsy and interesting choice, adding a lot of much needed tangible drama to the following movies).

Who's left... oh, that's right. Rhodey/War Machine! I could totally see them killing him off. I mean he's had his time to shine in IM2 and IM3 (and with Howard in IM1) and I don't think he's ever going to be a spotlight character and get his own movie or anything so... I could see it happening. Plus being so close to Tony that would definitely be key to the Civil War as well. Rhodey dies and that directly affects Tony. Fury dies and that directly affects Steve Rogers/Cap (after we see their relationship become better between those two, though not between Fury and Tony, in Cap 2).

So I think the two most likely are Nick Fury and Rhodey/War Machine. I think that would make the most sense and have the most impact for the future of the MCU and where we already know it's going... but ugh, do you guys think that Marvel thinks there would be a 'that's racist' uproar if the only two characters to die were the only two dark skinned ones? I hope not, cause it really would be the thing that makes sense the most for the future story path of the MCU.

and on the flip side with the possibility of a Black Widow death... she, like Rhodey, have both had their time in the spotlight. Enough time I think. Time to move to the side and leave room for others... but like possible NF/WM deaths, do you think Marvel would be scared of possible whining 'that's sexist' comments?

Black Widow dying could certainly be an amazing opportunity to bring Hawkeye in with a bigger role, and have him have something to really care about, really give him a role in the Civil War (along with his boss in Fury getting killed).

Jane, Thor's Jane, would also be a great character to kill off. Like BW/Fury/Rhodey I think she's had enough time, and we do want to keep things fresh. And again it would be relevant as it would give Thor great reason to be involved in the Civil War.

Key characters need to die in this to make the Civil War truly heavy and effective I think. Will be interesting to see if that does happen and, if it does, who exactly will be going down...

Mood: Chillin'
zombie_bro at 03:54 AM Oct 24

I definitely think Jane will die. In the trailer you see Thor grab Tony by the neck and lift him off of his feet. I bet he's pissed because Tony brought Ultron back online and is the reason that Jane dies. But who knows really...?

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 2 days ago

THE AVENGERS: AGE OF ULTRON debut trailer Rewind Theatre (trailer analysis/breakdown, learn all the details and easter eggs in the trailer!)


XSsoCX at 12:30 AM Oct 24

Cool video, I like that they touched a few things I was curious about after watching the trailer, twelve times. haha. Especially Klaw, the ballerina scenes, and who was next to Thor.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

I was watching CNN or HLN earlier, not sure which one, and they had a quick mention of the upcoming Danny Boyle Steve Jobs movies. What they said almost had me in stitches. They genuinely said this with shock and surprise: "and it's being reported that Christian Bale didn't even have to audition to get the role!" really? No shit! He's Christian freakin Bale! Some people... lol
Glinda at 04:36 AM Oct 24

LMAO - yeah, right, we expected Christian Bale to audition to play Steve Jobs or any role on the planet?! omg

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

Yeah, the opportunity to star in that Whitey Bulger biopic couldn't have come soon enough for Johnny Depp... this is by far his silliest I-like-to-play-dress-up role yet, wow
oscarxp25 at 12:53 AM Oct 23

The pointless tease on the teaser was to hide this? Come on, man!

klinteastwood at 02:59 AM Oct 23

yea this shtick that depp has wore out its welcome a long time ago

Glinda at 03:47 AM Oct 23

I want Gilbert Grape Back.

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Cochise posted a BLOG item 4 days ago


is anyone planning on watching Contact before seeing Interstellar in the theatre?

I think that'd be very fitting and cool double-header.

Both being (or seeming to be) somewhat similar sci-fi/alien/space exploration movies with a similar sort of patient (Contact: 2 hours 30 minutes. Interstellar: 2 hours 44 minutes), grounded yet epic approach.

Plus both have a very mysterious, into the unknown element to them... and of course, both starring Matthew McConaughey.

Not to mention both have huge name directors behind them, Christopher Nolan of course with Interstellar but I think Contact is a bit overlooked. It, was directed by the great Robert Zemeckis (I doubt I have to say it, but the same guy who directed the Back To The Future Trilogy, Cast Away, Forrest Gump, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and more).

Any takers? I'd like to give this double-header idea a go myself if I can find the time.

Mood: Chillin'
YoshioKun13 at 11:39 PM Oct 22

That's the only trailer I've seen too.

Pretty much because of the farmhouse cornfield setting. Hey, maybe McCon and the Hath will run into some freaky aliens who can easily be defeated by H2O who knows.

Cochise at 11:42 PM Oct 22

Haha I love Signs. Scared the crap outta me. I hope Interstellar has some sort of alien life presence in it!

Glinda at 04:21 AM Oct 23

Great idea I love Contact. I'll do this. May be a day ahead or so but absolutely.

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 5 days ago

WHY DON'T YOU PLAY IN HELL? debut trailer
basically: what if the Yakuza decided to create a movie production studio. Lol, looks wild


RogerGarage at 06:58 PM Oct 21

Oh wow! This looks amazing. Can't believe I didn't know about this already. Thanks for the share!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 5 days ago

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!


JohnLocke2342 at 09:51 PM Oct 20

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

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Glinda at 04:53 AM Oct 21

Wow this will be cool!

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days 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 ...
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G. Costanza at 08:37 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 at 09:01 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

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Slick Nick at 09:29 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 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: 5 days 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
Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 09:33 PM Oct 20

Anakin at 09:44 PM Oct 20

The same script? Seems pointless.

Glinda at 04:57 AM Oct 21

I just don't get why they do this.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 7 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 at 11:34 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.

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Dr Jan-itor at 12:33 PM 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! at 05:48 PM Oct 18

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

Cochise posted a BLOG item 7 days ago

▬ FURY ▬


similar to my video post below (

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 (

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 at 04:27 PM Oct 18

I very much want to see it in theaters.

tbondrage99 at 08:53 PM Oct 18

Saw it last night, I say yay.

Glinda at 06:04 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.

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