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starting to get excited for Chappie... even if it does look really familiar (like I Robot with a District 9 coat of paint or something). Still, I have a feeling it could surprise and be something special. Then again it could also disappoint just like Elysium... hmm... I do want to see it in the theatre though I think, what about you?
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starting to get excited for Chappie... even if it does look really familiar (like I Robot with a District 9 coat of paint or something). Still, I have a feeling it could surprise and be something special. Then again it could also disappoint just like Elysium... hmm... I do want to see it in the theatre though I think, what about you?
TheChanges23
TheChanges23 at 01:32 PM Feb 28

I'm there. I saw District 9 in the theater as well as Elysium. Now that I think about it, I saw both films twice in the theater. No reason not to check out Chappie. Above all else, it'll at least be entertaining.

razgriz21
razgriz21 at 01:58 PM Feb 28

I'm interested. It looks different.

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wtf is this...??

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PhLkOR0fz4k

Cronos
Cronos at 10:53 AM Feb 28

Future X-Cops (haven't seen it, just checked Andy Lau's IMDB).

Cochise
Cochise at 01:44 PM Feb 28

^ ah cool thanks, I didn't recognize anyone or anything from this trailer. What a batshit insane looking movie

Cochise posted a BLOG item 1 day ago

Some lives will always matter more than others...










Surprised and delighted to say that JA is definitely, definitely worth the big screen trip. A very unique, complex and thrilling flick that is a big technical feat, but also comes through on the emotional beats and despite being batshit crazy in terms of its scope, creatures/species and everything else -- it totally works. What a unique experience. What a trip. So glad this one did not disappoint (like I was kind of expecting it to, to be honest).


Mood: Chillin'
JohnnyBiggs
JohnnyBiggs at 12:38 PM Feb 27

Is it truly worth seeing? I loved the trailers, this was my top film to see, but the reviews have been so horrendous. But it just looks so good.

zombie_bro
zombie_bro at 02:21 PM Feb 27

While I respect your love for the movie, i do have to disagree. I found it confusing, and just terrible all around. I will say the visuals were good. Redmayne was so bad in it though.

Cochise
Cochise at 10:24 PM Feb 27

^ I didn't think it was confusing over here, but I did find it complex and complicated, in a good way though. Lots of layers and things to pick up on on multiple viewings, but I didn't feel confused my first go round over here. To each their own though man, I'm just happy this one paid off for me! Unfortunately though yeah I do have to agree with Redmayne. The one sour part of the flick for me

@Johnny - I loved it and if you liked/loved the trailers -- definitely see it on the big screen cause it'll only be up there once right (thankfully I caught it in IMAX 3D before the new Will Smith Focus movie randomly took its spot in the IMAX). The rule to live by is that if a film looks good or interesting to you -- who cares what others say about it, don't let them make your decision for you, make it for yourself! Same thing goes for the other end too, just because everyone loves a film doesn't mean you have to love it too (or will love it too, doesn't even mean you have to see it, just because the majority dug it), if it looks good to you, see it - if it doesn't, don't! Hope you do enjoy the hell out of it if you do check it out man

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

I don't really get all the hate for the new Fantastic Four movie... especially the stuff about it being such a different take, dark and gritty. I mean yeah, I was tired of the whole 'MAKE EVERYTHING DARK AND GRITTY' thing too but in this case... it's actually welcome. And I mean people are complaining that this version isn't 'comic book-y' like the bright, colourful and crazy source material... uhh... the first two Fantastic Four movies were exactly that. Light, crazy, fun comic book flicks with some tasty cheese on top. But, it seems most people crapped on those movies, despite them being pretty much exactly what everyone is now complaining the reboot isn't... whatever, I'm intrigued. Always LOVE seeing new, uniquer takes on things with reboots.
Righteous_faustus
Righteous_faustus at 11:48 PM Feb 26

They must be fans of the Time Story version

Cochise
Cochise at 01:55 AM Feb 27

unique* lol

JohnnyPHreak
JohnnyPHreak at 09:39 AM Feb 27

I'm with you. I'm excited for this film and I really hope it is good and does well. I have a crazy theory that if this film does well that it might mend the war between Marvel and FOX. Leading us to get a film where I can see Spider-Man and Johnny Storm be best friends.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Richard Harrow (Jack Huston) being looked at to play The Crow, oh hell yes!! Really excited for this flick and that would make me even more giddy. And in other awesome news Denis Villeneuve will direct Blade Runner 2! After seeing Prisoners and especially Enemy (because of the related trippy/sci-fi elements) it's such a perfect choice, and his style is so different and cool. I'm surprised by Villeneuve, he's really proven me wrong and made me a fan after Incendies, his first big feature I thought, which I was very very disappointed in (though maybe being a big fan of the great source material had something to do with it). Bring it on!
draven_ftw
draven_ftw at 10:32 PM Feb 26

Huston would be a good fit, I wish they would drop the reboot and just go with another story from The Crow world. The comic has been around awhile, so there is enough to work from.

ericodarko
ericodarko at 10:37 PM Feb 26

Yup, really crazy/cool that Villeneuve is in talks to direct BR 2!

Glinda
Glinda at 01:40 AM Feb 27

That would be cool draven. I didn't know there were other stories.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

still thinking about Jupiter Ascending, still buzzing. I've already decided that I will be buying this on Blu-ray for full price as soon as possible! At the same time I would be absolutely ecstatic if they announced an Extended Cut or something of this film! It already felt meaty but I feel like there could be even more, and it could make it even BETTER than it already is! Hey there's apparently a phenomenal 4-hour cut of Cloud Atlas (put that on Blu-ray and yes, this non-double-dipper will gladly double dip!) so I'm kind of thinking there may just be a longer version of JA and man oh man would I absolutely LOVE to see that too!
Dodong27
Dodong27 at 01:11 PM Feb 26

I liked Jupiter Ascending... I thought Mila Kunis' performance was the worst part of the film, for the fact that she's the Lead.

Cochise
Cochise at 10:13 PM Feb 26

oh man I was actually surprised by her over here! I was never a big fan of her acting wise or looks wise (though never thought she was 'bad' in either area) so wasn't expecting much but I thought she was a pleasant surprise and carried the film well here, with a unique strong female character who wasn't made into a male action hero, or a sexual object.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

finally saw Jupiter Ascending! The worst part about the movie? The performance given by the guy who just won the Academy Award for Best Actor of the year. Not movie-ruining by any stretch but someone else in the role likely would've wiped away that one main blemish, damn Redmayne!
Glinda
Glinda at 10:26 PM Feb 26

I keep hearing this! That's too bad, and so odd. Just miscast I guess.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

whoa what!!! ok just saw a post cerealkiller made saying that Anthony Mackie's name is in the credits on the new Avengers: Age of Ultron poster... so I took a look myself and yep, it's there... but there's also some other cool stuff that surprised... here we go 1) Stellan Skarsgard will be back - cool! 2) Cobie Smulders will be back too, wonder if she'll have a larger role? 3) Hayley Atwell will be in there - whoa! Does this speak to the rumoured time travel elements? I hope so! 4) Idris Elba will return as Heimdall too!
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:09 PM Feb 24

Dude I'm ECSTATIC about the Anthony Mackie name drop! I can't believe it since the others were either rumored or broken a little while ago but Mackie?! Shhhhhhhhhhhhit is it May yet?

oscarxp25
oscarxp25 at 07:36 PM Feb 24

The movie is going to be huge...I can't wait.

grelber37
grelber37 at 07:55 PM Feb 24

Peggy Carter is an intriguing figure to have in the story. Does she appear when Howard Stark might be designing Ultron? Does she appear in Hank Pym's story if Pym has anything to do with the birth of the mad robot? Is she cruelly killed in the present? Does Age of Ultron have a time travel element (a possibility that you mention) as the event had in the Marvel comics?

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Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 4 days ago

The Theory of Everything



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Directed by: James Marsh
Written by: Anthony McCarten
Cast: Eddie Redmayne, Felicity Jones, Charlie Cox, Emily Watson, David Thewlis
Studio: Focus Features
Genre: Biography, Drama
Official Site:
Plot: A look at the relationship between the famous physicist Stephen Hawking and his wife.

PROS:

+ solid cast (a great performance by Redmayne, a good performance by Charlie Cox and a solid performance from Felicity Jones)
+ solid direction (well shot overall with a few cool out of the norm stylistic choices)

CONS:

- script (it's by no means bad, but it certainly could've been better. It just doesn't flow well. This is the trouble with making a biographical film, you have to cover such a great amount of time in such a short amount of time - and even here it's not an entire life yet the script still has trouble with making it feel connected and smooth. It too often feels like a jumping montage of events and not all the key elements of the script are fleshed out enough)

Review:

OVERALL:

A solid film, but ultimately a disappointing one. It is by no means bad or even mediocre, just simply a letdown for me. Based on the trailer I was expecting a really moving experience with a great romance (traditional or untraditional, either or) but didn't get either. And, honestly, I was expecting more from Redmayne's performance. Now it's still a great performance, and I do think he did all he could do with it, it's just that a different or better script could have helped his character and in turn allowed him to deliver an even better performance. I would've liked them to explore Hawking's sickness more (they barely mention why he was supposed to die in 2 years and lived for 50+ more) or even explore his theories more, looking back they don't even really do much of that. The romance was one of the biggest letdowns too as it kind of goes from first meeting to marriage in an instant and for the majority of the film it's portrayed as a rather cold and unimportant relationship, despite them still caring deeply about one another. I thought that aspect could've been a lot more effective. All in all its well acted, well directed and has a few solid funny moments in the script but the overall script is it's downfall. Honestly it's a light, light 6 for me.

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Other reviews of this film: cerealkiller182 (6/10) , oscarxp25 (6/10) > Display all
Glinda
Glinda at 03:25 PM Feb 25

Nice review.

I think I'm going to skip this one completely. I was never that excited for it and this seals it. Appreciate your review.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

omg the RDJ Iron Man photoshop job in the new Avengers poster is soooo bad
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:01 PM Feb 24

the entire poster itself is sooo bad

HTX0811
HTX0811 at 07:22 PM Feb 24

Marvel has tons of money and this is seriously the best they could do?!

oscarxp25
oscarxp25 at 07:37 PM Feb 24

This poster reminds me of the video on youtube that they critique how lazy modern posters have become.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

they should totally re-release Birdman in IMAX
cobb
cobb at 11:39 AM Feb 24

YESSSS

Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 4 days ago

Whiplash



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Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Written by: Damien Chazelle
Cast: J.K. Simmons, Miles Teller, Paul Reiser
Studio: Sony Pictures
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Official Site:
Plot: A promising young drummer enrolls at a cut-throat music conservatory where his dreams of greatness are mentored by an instructor who will stop at nothing to realize a student's potential.

Review:

PROS:

+ solid cast (great performance from JK Simmons in a pretty brutal role, but one that's balanced out by some depth as we see flashes of a different side to the character. Miles Teller is overshadowed but deserves props for his performance which is very, very good as well)
+ good direction (well shot, more simplistic but effective in bringing the intensity through)
+ good script (pretty straightforward and relatively simple, but it shines in its intense dialog exchanges and is helped by a few unexpected twists and turns)

CONS:

- ending too abrupt

OVERALL:

A good movie. I didn't absolutely love it or find it particularly great, but I really enjoyed it through and through, largely thanks to the two main performances. The only real thing that held it back for me was the ending, which I thought could have been extended with another scene or two to create a more fulfilling conclusion, but looking back it still works as it is and perhaps an extended conclusion would have felt too cookie cutter/bowtie-like. All in all an intense, brutal film that is a very solid and affecting little ride. Recommended.

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Other reviews of this film: oscarxp25 (10/10) , AlmostFamous91 (9/10) > Display all
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 02:08 PM Feb 24

Lol the ending was perfect!

Glad you dug it brometheus

Cochise
Cochise at 05:15 PM Feb 24

^ yeah looking back after it has sunk in I don't really have much of an issue with it anymore, it was just when I was watching it and it cut to black I felt it was a little too abrupt

Glinda
Glinda at 03:48 PM Feb 25

^I kind of felt like that too at the time, but looking back on it I loved the ending. I didn't think this would be one I'd rewatch much, but I've changed my mind. I'm definitely buying it.

Nice review!

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

hopefully will finally get the chance to check out The Theory of Everything tonight!
Glinda
Glinda at 09:40 PM Feb 23

Let us know what you think if you do. I haven't seen that one yet either.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

I finally tried to get into the TV show Spartacus the other night and... man, no. Just no. I was so excited to get into it but I couldn't even make it through the first episode. Horribly melodramatic, way over stylized (and I dig visual flair), corny writing and acting and corny effects and I just... yeah, no thanks. Damn. Was actually really looking forward to it too.
Cochise
Cochise at 06:27 PM Feb 23

maybe I will give at least a few more eps the chance. I just got Netflix again and aside from House of Cards there isn't really another show on there I want to watch... well now that I look at it there is Sherlock, Lilyhammer too... hell maybe I'll even give Walking Dead a go and see how those go and then swing back haha. On a side note I don't get how this new Netflix works, the sorting system is all messed up, I click TV Dramas and there are like 50 titles, then I see another option that simply says 'TV shows' which you would think would be the link to every TV show available on the service... but then I click on it and there are like 30 shows listed (some of the ones from the TV Drama category, some others... wtf)

Cronos
Cronos at 07:24 PM Feb 23

It took a few episodes for me to start getting into it, well... to be able to look past the shocking CGI and get used to the acting and writing. I'd say give it a couple more episodes but if you're not into it at all by then just stop. After they start working on the characters it gets a lot more interesting.

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:46 PM Feb 23

The first episode is purely horrible but the writing does get better (the acting does a little bit but not too much.. it's a mixed bag ranging from horrible to pretty solid).

I mean, the show is what it is.. it's shlock and a guilty pleasure to see blood, gore, nudity, violence, more gore and more nudity/violence. Luckily they get some pretty good characters once the show gets going and it's able to maintain a balance but yeah, I felt the exact same way you did after one episode. You're either entertained by what it brings to the table or you're not you know?

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

favourite moment from the Oscars? Mine's gotta be Jack Black's bit from the opening musical number
Cochise
Cochise at 05:43 PM Feb 23

he comes in at about 3:15

OldKingClancy
OldKingClancy at 05:58 PM Feb 23

The Birdman/Whiplash mash-up was a nice surprise.

Cochise
Cochise at 06:00 PM Feb 23

^ agreed!

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