Joined July 13th, 2008
"Lobo was released in 2011." Seriously, MovieWeb?
Your pitiful redirect loop has broken the internetz.
There's no way this movie would succeed if they stick to the original story/setting/names. Anime is just not as popular in America as anime fans want to believe it is.
Hollywood screws the pooch once again.
Life-changing story. I hope the film version holds up.
It always amuses me to read comments about the MTV Movie Awards. Everyone gets so uptight and superior when they read the results. MTV's sole purpose is to generate money and sell the products they're told to sell. If you ever expect integrity or honesty in one of these "award" shows, you need to get your head examined.
Van Damme turned it down. Dolph Lundgren got his part.
It would be nice if people wouldn't make ignorant, sweeping statements about what is or isn't scary. You don't speak for the entire filmgoing public. Just because you're a jaded horror fan who's seen it all before doesn't mean that everybody else is, too.
Christ, everyone's a f*cking critic.
Wesley Snipes had the lead in 3 Blade films. And he did a pretty good job in them, too.
Party on, Wayne! Oh, wait....
"I want to see a serious robot war movie..." LMFAO
Sure doesn't look like "just another vampire movie" to me. This one looks like it might actually have an original take on the genre.
Jason Bourne and David Webb are two distinct personalities sharing one head. At this point, all David Webb is is a name he heard over a phone line. He hasn't reconciled the two personalities yet, so he's still Jason Bourne. It makes more sense in the books where Jason Bourne was a fictional assassin created to draw Carlos the Jackal out of hiding. The movies haven't yet explained why he was renamed for the Treadstone program. It's just inferred that he got a codename because he worked for a black ops program.
Such an amazing book. This would be so easy to completely screw up. I really hope they get it right.
Who gives a sh*t about plot holes? The whole point of watching a show as fantastic as Heroes is reveling in it's silliness and unrealistic nature. Anyone who watches it just to pick it apart should move on to something else.