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kwiat_skye

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  1. I don't know, man. Sounds like a great part for an albino actor!
  2. Still waiting. Hope it gets here tomorrow. EDIT: Yep, it came in the mail today.
  3. Happy Birthday to Both of you! Time flies.
  4. I read this in an e-mail the other day: Men are like snowstorms. You never know when they're going to come, how many inches you're going to get, or how long it's going to last. I know, very tame for a penis joke, but thought provoking nonetheless (at least for a woman).
  5. So what you're saying is, that wrong turn tagline is giving something away before we've seen the story unfold. Bummer.
  6. Thank you. I was hoping by having my simple offering posted, other nonprofessionals would be more inclined to post their creative ideas. On another note, I have a questioon about the storyline of DC. Do Dick and Gina make a wrong turn? I only know what I've read here, but I had never gotten that impression.
  7. If you get any info on the online auction, please post it here. Thanks.
  8. Same clip that was posted back in message #167 I think. Do you think commenting on youtube will make any difference?
  9. Well, I saw this link to a review of the MC blu-ray: http://bluray.ign.com/articles/101/1011386p1.html so it must be out there somewhere.
  10. kwiat_skye

    HUNG

    Yeah, I think they want you to believe those were journalists and critics asking the questions, but it was really a group of middleschoolers on a field trip.
  11. Yes, I remember seeing both of these. The Day After was a two-part miniseries on netwoek tv, and appears to be available on netflix. Threads was broadcast on the local PBS station where I was living. As I recall, there was a lot of debate about nuclear proliferation at the time. I only saw Threads the one time so long ago, but mentioning it brings specific scenes to mind. It being from the point of view of what life became like for a young woman, and then her daughter, was poignant.....and terrifying. Ah, the thin veneer of civilization.
  12. Of course! How could I have forgotten that one. Don Johnson when he was hot!
  13. A great list, James. a couple of which I haven't seen and will have to check out. The Matrix trilogy would have to fit in there somewhere. And the TV version of Stephen King's The Stand also comes to mind.
  14. I asked on the message board. We'll see if anyone replies. I didn't bother reading the comments over there, but judging from the thread titles, the flick doesn't seem to be getting much love over on IMDb. Big surprise. Everyone is always so positive there.
  15. The Afters - Ocean Wide This song's been grabbing me lately, so thought I'd share.
  16. Any new info for us on this Tim? Any signed copies available?
  17. From what I've read here and there, I get the impression that Dark Country is a bit before it's time. That's not necessarily a bad thing. That means it still has a future. If you look at the films that are coming out in the next year or two in 3D, they are almost ALL aimed at kids, tweens and teens. Family movies bring in a lot of money and the theaters who make the investment to put in the tech needed to screen a 3D flick want a return on their investment. That's not terribly unreasonable. But those teenyboppers will grow up expecting movies in 3D. You know how nowadays the younguns complain when a film is black and white. Well, a few years from now, it will be 2D that will be retro. I'm guessing (but really have no clue) that whomever owns the rights to distribute, wants to get it out on DVD in time for Halloween. Therefore, an October release. If it sells well, there might be interest in doing a quick and wide release in 3D in late October, 2010. By then, maybe all the kinks can be worked out. Just some thoughts.
  18. This in itself, MikeV, is enough to turn me off the film. For personal reasons. I get that the scars on his face are integral to the Jonah Hex character. I'm just not interested in sitting through 90+ minutes of scar jokes. I'm not worried about the financial success of the movie, though. I'm sure the prospect of being able to get a look at Megan Fox's butt will draw half of the men on earth to the cinema, no matter what the dialogue is like.
  19. That was so loud, I can hear it echoing through the forum. Yeah, I think I'll be skipping this flick completely.
  20. Jen posted this in her yahoo group: http://www.joblo.com/index.php?id=27725 Chew on that!
  21. No problem. Insomnia here, so not much better. Besides, you have the new bambina for an excuse.
  22. The poster receiving all the hate vibes is located upper right on this page: http://www.quietearth.us/articles/2009/07/...sh-DARK-COUNTRY
  23. I just went over to read the comments on youtube. I am bummed.
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