Joined July 15th, 2007
I would love to own it because I really loved the film and am never opposed to getting free movies.
I refuse to judge this until I see Anne Hathaway in action. I still think she's a great choice. I'm positive Christopher Nolan has something great in store. I doubted him once with the Heath Ledger casting choice...I have since decided to never doubt him unless I see the finished product and don't like it. This has not happened yet.
loved this movie. J.J Abrams and the cast are genius.
ah my favorite show. The ads are just as good
oh but it sounded like SUCH a winning combo-they both have so many classics to their respective names...lol
I just hope Rachel Weisz is the head of Quantum...I thought that idea from a few months ago sounded brilliant.
I was literally thinking they should make this into a movie-hopefully a good one-just the other day. Glad to hear this.
I guess they'll have to change the title to the Five Stooges
An amazing book-hopefully it will become another amazing movie
Viggo Mortenson was smart to walk away from this one.
I am going to see this solely because Jared Harris is in it. If anyone can do a decent criminal mastermind/serial killer Moriarty it's him. He was terrific on Fringe as David Robert Jones. Liked the first one well enough, but it could have been better.
best show on TV hands down. No show is telling stories as interesting or thought provoking. Too much of this reality/Kim Kardashian bullsh*t out there. Good stuff like Fringe is dying breed.
JOHN NOBLE WONNN!!!!!!!
how is this an "original concept." Peter Jackson's reboot was pretty definitive from my point of view. While I loved Jackson's version this story doesn't seem like it would make a good franchise. The next few years are going to be so full of remakes and reboots it's ridiculous, especially the five versions of Snow White and the five Wizard of Oz movies. At least have them come out at different times.
at last! a chance for Fringe to win some awards
the first two were actually pretty good and still hold up pretty well, but the 3rd one and now this one look eye searingly bad. I will never understand how Rodriguez is able to make good films like Sin City and then can just make unspeakably bad kid movies.
I was wondering why the cast of this film looks so odd together...then I noticed Summit Entertainment and Paul W. S. Anderson. It looks interesting visually to say the least, hope it will be good. I think the last movie I saw in theaters was two months ago. Really hoping this summer/spring season will turn out better than last year's
this film is hardly worth the effort. Please Guillermo del Toro, turn your Strain Trilogy into a film so we can get real, authentic vampires with a good story on screen. Enough of these disco ball vampires and goofy soap opera plots.