Joined April 16th, 2009
Did no-one see the after-credits scene of X-Men 3? Prof X says in the movie he could transfer someones consciousness and after the credits, you hear him speak to the nurse of the patient earlier in the movie. So I guess that's one thing the movie did right....
@therealGoku Teehee, 'water' it down... funny. And no reboots either, why can't they get talented people to make a sequel?
@jasonkat Really? People don't go to 3D movies? Avengers, Avatar, Alice in Wonderland... All high grossing films. The general public is not so picky about 3D. And 50 out of a 100 go to 3D? Did not know that. We need to start a public awareness campaign. @felipe-11 Your point is valid. Though I reckon cgi will be cheaper each sequel, because the data and digital models are already there. Too bad about the movie though, maybe now he will redeem himself with an excellent Indy 5. (One can dream, right?)
Every time I am amazed at how near-perfect the animation is with Pixar.
I don't think I will like it so much. The movies should be aimed at kids. Like Pixar-movies aren't aimed at kids. I don't think they'll ever make cartoons like they used to. Media changes, and what was popular in my childhood (MC Hammer, anyone?) is completely different from what is popular now, (say: One Direction) @gandoff Duck Dodger in the 21st 1/2th century worked without Bugs, but I get your point.
It's a horror movie, I don't believe there is a lot of content.
@XxNickTheFilmCriticXx Funny discussion about PG-13, in Holland, where we usually have a lower standard than the US, (our equivalent of PG-13, *12*, more often than not contain boobs, blood and violence), TDK got a *16* rating, which is kind of like the US R-rating.