Joined August 20th, 2009
Yet another terrible movie gets green-lighted for a sequel. Goddamn you, Hollywood.
At least they're letting us know in advance.
@jasonkat How good is it, you might ask? Top 10 of the year type of good.
I'm sorry, Paramount, but Marvel is wiping its ass with your salary and there's nothing you can do about it. Face it, your film sucked and so will your sequels. Might as well scrap this altogether because nobody wants to see these ugly-ass turtles, even on fake IMAX screens.
You sh*tting me?!!
I don't know about this
Goddamn it, Disney.
Must... not... WATCH!!!!
@therealGoku In the books, A Dame to Kill For takes place before The Hard Goodbye (Marv's - Mickey Rourke - story) and he does make a number of appearances. As for Hartigan (Bruce Willis), he's still dead. I'm guessing he'll only appear as visions for Nancy (Jessica Alba)
No Dragon Tattoo sequel? Oh,well - this will do. Can't wait!
This could work extremely well...
Noah was definitely one of the strangest and most surprising films I've come across this year. I've seen it twice now and it's one of my favorites of 2014 so far.
The Incredibles 2 is finally coming to theaters... (YAY!!!) ...in 2019 (SONOF*GODDAMNMOTHERF*CKINGBITCH!!!!!!!!)
This should be a no-brainer. No one gives a sh*t about Ninjago.
@thedude1 Couldn't agree more.
@shuabert Still, not a whole lot you can say even with that timespan. God tells Noah to build an ark, he does, flood comes, good people (and animals) are saved, the end. But since it's Aronofsky, he'll probably add a few scenes like Noah drinking sperm from the Tree of Life or Jennifer Connolly going ass to ass with Emma Watson - stuff like that.
Best Movie of 2013.