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Passengers looks cool, but it would've been cool to see Keanu Reeves in the lead as originally planned (though I do love Pratt) but I'm sure the current cast has a LOT to do with how it got such a big budget... the main problem however though is that the trailer showed WAY too much and pretty much ruined the movie. Like wtf?! For such an expensive movie (an estimated $120-150 million) that, in my mind, is a VERY bad marketing decision that I think could really work against the movie... There was a great opportunity to hype of the movie through intrigue and mystery with the marketing, instead it looks to be 'uh HERE IS EVERYTHING PLEASE SEE IT ANYWAY'... then again this type of thing is really common these days, so maybe this is what the masses really want... to see damn near everything in the trailer and marketing. Really really sad if true but it just might be...
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Cochise updated his STATUS: 1 day ago

Passengers looks cool, but it would've been cool to see Keanu Reeves in the lead as originally planned (though I do love Pratt) but I'm sure the current cast has a LOT to do with how it got such a big budget... the main problem however though is that the trailer showed WAY too much and pretty much ruined the movie. Like wtf?! For such an expensive movie (an estimated $120-150 million) that, in my mind, is a VERY bad marketing decision that I think could really work against the movie... There was a great opportunity to hype of the movie through intrigue and mystery with the marketing, instead it looks to be 'uh HERE IS EVERYTHING PLEASE SEE IT ANYWAY'... then again this type of thing is really common these days, so maybe this is what the masses really want... to see damn near everything in the trailer and marketing. Really really sad if true but it just might be...
Scotch
Scotch at 07:38 PM Sep 26

Movies and directors for the most part feel the need to spoon feed (hey, that rhymed!) the audience. It's unfortunate. Also this gif is a hall of famer.

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 07:44 PM Sep 26

Idk about spoiling the movie - from what I've heard from the ones who read the script we haven't seen much.

XSsoCX
XSsoCX at 07:58 PM Sep 26

I don't know, man, I like Keanu in some roles like "Bill and Ted" and "John Wick", but I cannot say I would be as hyped for this film if he was in the staring role instead of Pratt. But, to each their own.

Cochise posted a BLOG item 2 days ago

STRANGER THINGS: season 1

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just finished season 1 of Stranger Things. All in all an impressive and really well done show with cool characters, my favourite being the one in the gif below (yes, Eleven was cool but come on). I do have to say that I felt the show kind of stumbled near the end though. I'm not sure exactly what it was but the more they actually delved into the monster and stuff in the last two episodes the less interesting it felt. The monster was just-OK when it was revealed and never really turned out to be anything special, and unfortunately (I'd put this on the budget more than anything) there were a couple cases in the 7th, and especially in the 8th and final episode where some of the monster effects looked pretty noticeable and it kind of took me out of it a bit. Still all in all for an original show it was surprising and effective, and while I can't say I'm clamoring at the bit for season 2 (I kind of wish they wrapped it up and treated this with isolated seasons ala True Detective), I'm definitely interested in the next season and will check it out! I'd give it a 7.5/10. Very strong stuff, highly recommended!


Mood: Surprised
Glinda
Glinda at 08:37 AM Sep 26

I loved it and can also see your points. It didn't bother me too much but I get it. I hope they don't mess up a second season trying to come up with a continuation on this story, but at this point I am excited for it.

That little guy is my favorite too.

Cochise updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

two episodes into Stranger Things and I'm digging it, pretty cool so far! Props to the Duffer Brothers, impressive stuff! Has anyone seen their previous work, the movie 'Hidden' with Alexander Skarsgard?
JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 12:30 PM Sep 16

Not yet but I'd like to. Have you seen it?

Cochise
Cochise at 04:02 PM Sep 16

Not yet either, but I'm definitely looking to check it out soon. These guys are pretty impressive

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 12 days ago

GUARDIANS trailer (new epic superhero movie from Russia)

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKQERwM8YmU

Cochise
Cochise at 10:23 AM Sep 16

Wow this looks shockingly well done in terms of the production value/cinematography/effects especially considering this was done for only $5 million... yeah, you read that right. Not saying it looks like the best movie but wow, what a feat!

grelber37
grelber37 at 02:45 PM Sep 16

Other people have perhaps mentioned this connection. However, one character looks a lot like Marvel's Ursa Major. If Marvel hasn't yet given us the cool Ursa Major, someone else might as well.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 12:39 PM Sep 18

Could be fun!

Cochise posted a VIDEO item: 13 days ago

The Problem With Marvel Cinematic Universe Soundtracks

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7vfqkvwW2fs

Cochise
Cochise at 07:42 PM Sep 14

what a great video. Totally agree with the use of Sons of Odin instead of the light, jokey music they actually used in the scene when Thor's friends come down to him, wow. So much better that way.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 08:28 PM Sep 14

To answer the video's initial question, I have the Captain America and Avengers themes close in memory. His first example is also kind of faulty, as we're supposed to be focused on Stark speaking, not the background music, which in that case is only there for added ambience. Otherwise, there is a decent point to be made, especially where the final score imitates the temp tracks.

Cochise created a LIST: 17 days ago

Best MCU Moments

1. Hulk vs. The Abomination - The Incredible Hulk
2. Airport Battle - Captain America: Civil War
3. Yondu vs. Everyone - Guardians of the Galaxy
4. The Jotenheim mission - Thor
5. Creating Iron Man & Escape - Iron Man
6. Trip into the Quantum Realm - Ant-Man
7. Thor vs. Hulk - The Avengers
8. We Are Groot - Guardians of the Galaxy
9. Iron Man vs. Iron Monger - Iron Man
10. Hulk vs. Hulkbuster - Avengers: Age of Ultron

Based on a list by OldKingClancy

Dr Jan-itor
Dr Jan-itor at 12:50 PM Sep 11

Yeah man! Hulk vs. The Abomination

Cochise updated his STATUS: 19 days ago

That rumoured Obi-Wan Kenobi movie with Ewan McGregor needs to happen. He needs a great, great film as the lead as that character. Tell an epic story of how he got from where he was in III to where we see him in IV (kind of like the book of the same name, but with a more to it - including a fight with Vader in his prime for the first time ever)... Han Solo spinoff? Rogue One? Boba Fett spinoff? Screw all of that, just give me Kenobi
Cochise updated his STATUS: 19 days ago

Live By Night. That is all.
Cochise updated his STATUS: 20 days ago

I'm a fan of the Underworld series, though I thought Rise of the Lycans was just-OK... but damn, that new one looks bland as hell. The plot is vague and, from what I can decipher of it, just feels uninspired and regurgitated. And visually/action wise it looks like the least interesting/exciting one of the entire series easily. Nothing stands out. No cool or memorable action shots or choreography, no crazy new creatures, nothing... maybe the trailer was just rushed out early for some reason and the money shots weren't ready? Kind of seems that way because initially the movie was supposed to come out in October I think but it did get delayed to January... plus a good portion of the entire trailer (up until the :48 mark or so) is nothing but a greatest hits of the first 4 movies, which is pretty weird and may also speak to this still being a work-in-progress for sure... but it also works against it because the things glimpsed in the first bit are so much cooler than anything that follo...
Cochise
Cochise at 02:49 PM Sep 08

...ws.

MonsterZeroNJ
MonsterZeroNJ at 06:21 PM Sep 08

It's just a teaser and most of the footage was from pervious installments, so it's hard to tell.

Cochise
Cochise at 06:45 PM Sep 08

^ that was my point. Either the film is being rushed out (even though it was delayed... not good) and they can't showcase the money shots and cool parts because they aren't done yet (though that likely won't make the presented plot any less bland) or they're relying on selling it based off the original quadrilogy because they're confident it can't draw on its own and are disappointed with the final product. I mean it's not really a traditional teaser even with all the footage they show and the style... it's worrying for sure.

Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 27 days ago

Captain America: Civil War



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Directed by: Anthony Russo
Written by: Anthony Russo
Cast: Chris Evans, Sebastian Stan, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, Anthony Mackie, Robert Downey Jr., Chadwick Boseman, Daniel Bruhl, Martin Freeman, Tom Holland, Paul Bettany, Jeremy Renner, Paul Rudd, Don Cheadle, Frank Grillo, William Hurt, Elizabeth Olsen, Emily VanCamp
Studio: Marvel Studios
Genre: Action, Adventure, Comic Book
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This was such a great surprise. Marvel movies are pretty hit and miss with me, and most of them just feel like a disappointment to be honest. I thought The Winter Soldier was a solid movie, but found it was pretty overrated and not all it was hyped up to be, even upon multiple viewings. So with that my expectations for Civil War, even with the cool concept/source material, were admittedly pretty low. So much so that I decided to just skip a theatrical viewing. Honestly the trailers didn't do much for me, and the last Marvel effort I saw in the theatre, Age of Ultron, was a big let down for me so it wasn't that hard of a choice. But I finally saw it and man, I just about loved it. I enjoyed nearly everything about it, from the balanced tone and balanced humour (which I find some Marvel movies have a problem with, becoming too jokey and ruining any potential drama) to the genuinely compelling storyline (largely because of the unexpected and well done twists and turns), to the action (aside from the generic feeling, kind of 'we feel like we had to put this in here' large scale CG clustermuck at the end). I look forward to seeing this one again sometime, and have a renewed interest and excitement for Infinity War 1 and 2 now. Highly recommended.

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Other reviews of this film: jeo4 (9/10) , cerealkiller182 (9/10) > Display all
Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: 30 days ago

It Follows



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Directed by: David Robert Mitchell
Written by: David Robert Mitchell
Cast: Maika Monroe
Studio: RADiUS-TWC
Genre: Horror
Official Site:
Plot:

Review:

An enjoyable and unique entry into the genre, but not without its flaws. The movie has multiple instances of being, let's just say 'too artsy for its own good' with pointless and drawn out shots and scenes that even upon further examination and considering the context, don't seem to amount to anything of any additional value, only really leaving them to represent perhaps a bit of a self-indulgent filmmaker. Still, the director and crew aside from those few instances do top notch work throughout. The acting is solid and the 'action' scenes are well done with some surprising but well done effects (though some of the 'demon' or whatever incarnations did look a bit corny rather than scary). Still, the movie suffers from a beginning stinger that doesn't make any sense (I'll refrain from spoilers but I'll just say 'the leg') and especially from a terrible ending. The problem with the movie isn't that the mythos isn't explained in great deal, it's that its never really resolved. Some other movies can do that and make it work, see Final Destination, but this is just not that type of movie, it doesn't feel like it's going for that style or vibe at all so it doesn't work, and ends up being one of the most 'you gotta be kidding me... really?' endings I've seen in a while. It leaves with a popcorn-horror Final Destination style goodbye, as...[more]...

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Psycho-Pirate-99 at 02:58 PM Aug 29

Great flick

JohnLocke2342
JohnLocke2342 at 03:24 PM Aug 29

Pretty much yes

timmyd
timmyd at 05:40 PM Aug 29

loved it.

Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

damn...
WalkAway
WalkAway at 11:14 AM Aug 29

I love this!

Glinda
Glinda at 01:46 PM Aug 29

This is fantastic!

Cochise
Cochise at 08:24 PM Aug 29

I liked SS, especially Will Smith, but I have to say I would much prefer to see this movie. Every one of these cast members I'd be more interested in seeing them in the roles! Oh well

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Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

that new movie Morgan... looks like a crappy, or at least less interesting and exciting, remake of Splice
Cochise posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: about 1 month ago

Independence Day: Resurgence



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Directed by: Roland Emmerich
Written by: Carter Blanchard
Cast: Jeff Goldblum, Maika Monroe, Bill Pullman, Liam Hemsworth, Vivica Fox
Studio:
Genre: Action, Adventure, Science-Fiction
Official Site:
Plot:

Review:

Wow. I'm a big fan of the original, and would probably give it a big 8 out of 10, possibly even a 9, so I was definitely looking forward to a sequel. The concept seemed cool enough, and even more so with the ballsy move they chose to make with humans having reverse engineered the alien tech from the first movie, pushing this into a really cool full on sci-fi angle. While initially cool, that angle in the actual film soon turns both unexciting and frankly irrelevant. Sure the good guys are fighting the bad guys in their semi-alien ships, but they don't really do anything unique and aren't that notable... it's like they had a cool idea, the reverse engineering thing, but couldn't figure out anything really interesting or vital to do with it. A shame, considering all the potential...[more]...

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Other reviews of this film: acerky (7/10) , MonsterZeroNJ (5/10) > Display all
Cochise updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

Scorsese. De Niro. Pacino. (and, hopefully) Pesci. The Irishman. 2018. FINALLY!
Glinda
Glinda at 11:12 AM Aug 18

It has no where to go but to be epic. I can't wait!

Cochise
Cochise at 12:28 PM Aug 18

@Random - that's why I said hopefully. If anyone is going to get Pesci back in a movie, it will be Scorsese and De Niro.

Scotch
Scotch at 05:25 PM Aug 18

Pesci has to be involved. He's a perfect Hoffa. Pacino as Tony Pro and De Niro as Sheeran with Scorsese behind the camera. This would be perfect for Marty's final mob movie in his illustrious career.

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