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pretty surprised that Home made more than How to Train Your Dragon 2
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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 3 hours ago

pretty surprised that Home made more than How to Train Your Dragon 2
Cochise updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

yikes, finally saw The Counselor and it was insanely dull and uninteresting. Ridley Scott, Michael Fassbender, Javier Bardem, Brad Pitt, Penelope Cruz and Cameron Diaz... all of that talent on board and the result is this borefest. I mean technically the movie is sound, visually and such, but it's just a really boring, meandering and uninteresting script that totally brings it down. Brad Pitt does have one awesome scene near the end though, but other than that, what a total waste.
Invidtus at 06:43 PM Mar 27

and yeah that Pitt scene is unbelievable-

Frosty_86 at 08:14 PM Mar 27

I have to say I highly enjoyed this movie. I have a soft spot for Scott so my bias may be coming here. This is one of those movies that I really liked but have a hard time recommending it to people. The only reason why I think I would recommend it would be is if someone requested something different. It's certainly not an easy watch.

HTX0811 at 12:35 AM Mar 28

I need to rewatch this one. I found it really pretentious as if everyone loved the words coming out of their mouths but there was something that kept me interested in it. That Brad Pitt scene was definitely one of the highlights for me.

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 4 days ago

WHITE GOD trailer
Rise of the Planet of the Dogs? Unexpected but unique and looks like it could actually be great! I am so there


Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 11:05 AM Mar 26

I saw the trailer for this two weeks ago in an art house theater. I think it looks very good too. That same theater will be screening the film starting tomorrow. I'll try to find time to check it out.

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 4 days ago

SLOW WEST debut trailer


Cochise at 08:17 PM Mar 25

looks fantastic

Rawzombie at 08:58 PM Mar 25

I'll watch it.

Glinda at 09:22 PM Mar 25

Fantastic indeed! Wow does this look good. I just saw that young kid in Young Ones. Really liked him in that.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

while overall it's just not as good or funny as the original, I think Anchorman 2's main problem is that it's about a half an hour too long (and it is about 30 min longer than the original now that I look at it). Still there are some great moments in it, just too many dud jokes
Cronos at 07:20 AM Mar 23

Yeah, it wasn't bad but the runtime was the main problem I had with it. I'll probably watch the extended cut at some point but can't say I'm in much of a rush to do so.

OldKingClancy at 07:21 AM Mar 23

I think I saw the extended cut and I honestly it's still far too long and far too dull. I just did not like this film.

G. Costanza
G. Costanza at 08:45 AM Mar 23

It was never going to be as good as the original but I still enjoyed it. But I didn't like the extended cut. Way too long.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 7 days ago

watched Warrior for like the hundredth time and man it's just as great as even. The writing, the cast and performances, the editing, the music, the cinematography and Gavin O'Connor just brought it all together so, so well (seriously how he came up with and pulled off that montage is brilliant). The movie has a surprising amount of comedy that really works and feels natural, and a massive amount of heart that just brings out the emotion in so many places. Seriously, it's insane that Nick Nolte didn't get a ton of award wins for his performance here, absolutely heart wrenching. The ONLY downside of the movie is unfortunately how O'Connor decided to shoot the fights, there's just way too much unnecessary close ups and shaky cams and it makes the action way harder to follow and see than it should be.
Glinda at 02:44 AM Mar 23

SO good. I loved it. Tears were had.

Heero at 12:14 PM Mar 23

Yup!! a Film that you can watch a million times and still get chocked up... still get pumped when each of them win their matches along the way.. That father son moment always gets me too!

Laksmikanti at 10:09 AM Mar 24

I am with you here, I have been watching this movie like zillion of times and trying to get my man to watch it, he does Judo and HAD NOT WATCH THIS MOVIE!.

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Cochise updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

so is the beginning of Inside Llewyn Davis a flash forward or do you guys think the movie has a subtle time travel element to it like so many around the interwebs have proposed. Honestly I'm not sure where I stand on it, the time travel thing seems out of place, yet looking at the movie as a whole the loop, both in literal time travel terms and metaphorical terms, makes the movie a whole lot better and more satisfying in the end, rather than if it's truly just a straight forward flash forward at the beginning.
RandomK1NG at 02:42 PM Mar 22

I took it as a flash forward. Or it could be that Llewyn is stuck in a time loop just repeating the same shitty week over and over again. Either one works for the story I think and neither one is technically wrong. For me, I just took to mean like "those who don't learn from their history are doomed to repeat it" and Llewyn was a jerk who never really learned a lesson throughout the movie, so he's just gonna be stuck in that cycle until he does.

Cochise created a LIST: 8 days ago

E3 2015: top new games I hope to see revealed

1. a Crash Bandicoot reboot
2. Mass Effect 4
3. the Ratchet & Clank reboot
4. Need For Speed Underground 3 (or an Underground reboot)
5. Mafia III
6. Darksiders 3
7. Fallout 4
8. Soul Calibur VI
9. Red Dead 3
10. God of War 4
11. new Red Faction (hopefully more in the vein of Guerilla)
12. the Star Wars Battlefront reboot
13. Dark Cloud 3 (or a reboot)
14. that new Guerilla Games IP codenamed 'Horizon'
15. Just Cause 3
16. Midnight Club 5
17. Hitman 6
18. Mad Max
oscarxp25 at 01:16 PM Mar 22

Fallout 4 and the next Elder Scrolls are definitely happening. That company is having their own event in June. Red can't even imagine how they would improve of "Redemption"...epic game...loved every minute. We shall see!

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 12:34 AM Mar 24

"Just Cause 3" has a cool teaser trailer already but I'm looking forward for a gameplay trailer too!

Joe Scorpio
Joe Scorpio at 06:54 AM Mar 24

Excellent list, dude! Personally, I'm hoping for at least a hint on Resident Evil 7, but won't hold my breath.

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I love this COPS parody bit from Shrek 2


Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 07:43 PM Mar 21


Glinda at 03:06 AM Mar 23

Lol I love it.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 8 days ago

remember when Oscar Isaac was just that oddly memorable guy from that small part in Drive? Now all of a sudden he's just banging out big leading roles showing his dramatic chops in stuff like Inside Llewyn Davis and A Most Violent Year AND starring in gigantic blockbusters like Star Wars: Episode VII and X-Men: Apocalypse. I loved A Most Violent Year and just finally started watching the Coen's Inside Llewyn Davis the other night and it was a LOT better than I expected... honestly I think Oscar Isaac should just do nothing but star in 70s set movies because man he rocks the hell out of that era (and the clothing and styles)
Invidtus at 09:35 PM Mar 21

I've got it counted down for Apr 7th can't wait-

Cochise at 09:47 PM Mar 21

very nice, lookin forward to what you think of it

Glinda at 03:13 AM Mar 23

He's fantastic and he looks exactly like the surgeon who's operating on my deviated septum this Thursday. I'm already terrified I'm going to tell him he looks like a gorgeous movie star when I'm doped up.

Ugh - most likely I'll tell him how I've been so worried I'd tell him blah blah blah...

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Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 9 days ago

everytime I think about Eraser this is all that comes to mind, yet I'm pretty sure it has nothing to do with the plot


oscarxp25 at 08:08 AM Mar 21

I love the overall cheesy vibe of this movie.

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 09:52 AM Mar 21

Yeah. good arnie flick.

HTX0811 at 04:13 PM Mar 21

That alligator is so fake looking. lol

Cochise updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

wow Dumb & Dumber To was a massive disappointment... damn. Honestly I'm pretty positive I prefer the prequel Dumb & Dumberer. Oh well, the original still holds the title as the best comedy of all time in my books
Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 09:58 AM Mar 21

wow. that's saying something, the prequel was awful. Need to revisit the original, its been many, many years.

G. Costanza
G. Costanza at 12:14 PM Mar 21

I didn't think it was bad. It certainly wasn't anything great. The prequel doesn't even exist in my mind. It's one of the worst movies of all time.

Glinda at 03:24 AM Mar 23

I've not seen this yet and you've confirmed my fears. I'd rather not see it and just imagine it's possibly not as bad as I think it will be, than to watch it and remove all doubt.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

Wet Hot American Summer was amazing and ridiculous, can't believe it took me this long to see it. Hilarious movie, total classic and my lord what a cast
HTX0811 at 03:36 PM Mar 21

Really funny movie.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

I really like Ritchie, Hunnam and Liebesman but I couldn't care less about any new King Arthur movies... maybe it's cause I just recently saw the trudging suckfest that was Excalibur though, that kind of soured the whole tale for me tbh
Cochise updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

just looked up the possible/probable additions in the new 30 minutes that'll be in the extended cut of The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and man oh maaaaan I need it now! I thought the theatrical was good, but had/have a feeling the EE will really turn it into something great!
Cochise at 02:50 AM Mar 20

where I was lookin...


from a LOTR wiki page:

-More scenes of Bard attempting to kill Smaug
-An extended scene of Azog's invasion forces
-Galadriel will fight against many orcs and wargs using her ring.
-Elf archers firing at Orcs, Wargs, and Trolls
-Radagast will go and pledge the eagles for help, and we may see Gwaihir speak as the men race do
-Dwarves with Ballistas firing at Orcs and Trolls
-Dwarven Goat Riders and Rams join the battle to attack Orcs and Wargs
-Radagast gives his staff to Gandalf.
-Gandalf sees a vision of the dark future of Middle-earth through the palantir.
-More scenes of Beorn
-We will see more of Alfrid's back-story during moments where he remained unseen.
-We might see Thranduil's Halls once more, and we even can see the Iron Hills
-Funeral of Thorin, Fili, and Kili
-Coronation of King Dáin II Ironfoot
-Gifts of treasures given to Bilbo, Bard, Thranduil, and the People of Lake-town
-Bilbo and Gandalf revisit the Trollshaws
-Saruman will confront Sauron with the Palantir and become ensnared by his will


and a selected comment from the above blog:

"Philippa Boyens mentioned additional material focusing on the importance of the Three Elven Rings of Power.

There’s probably a scene where Radagast gives Gandalf his staff.

There was a scene shot with Bofur and Bilbo before Bilbo sneaks off to give away the Arkenstone. Martin Freeman mentioned it in an interview last year I think. It sounded like a nice parallel to their scene in AUJ when Bilbo tries to leave for Rivendell.

Peter Jackson also promised that each dwarf would have a “hero moment” in the final battle, and we barely got to see any of the dwarves other than Thorin, Kili, Fili, Dwalin, and Balin. Hopefully we get to see these extra moments.

I forgot to check when I saw the movie, but someone mentioned that Bifur didn’t have the axe in his head at the end of the movie, which would mean there’s probably a scene that was shot where the axe falls out or is taken out.

Philippa Boyens hinted that Bombur might actually get a line in the extended cut."

Weapon X
Weapon X at 12:25 PM Mar 20

I don't see how the theatrical cut could skip over Bilbo getting Sting engraved. They BETTER have that in the EE.

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