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"Vacancy" (Article) - 4/20/2007 1:54:25 PM

Wow. If this review is correct, then I'm never going to judge a movie by its trailer ever again, because this looked like a pile of dogshit.

First look at Heath Ledger in "The Dark Knight"? (Article) - 4/20/2007 4:03:40 AM

Ooh boy! Grainy, zoomed in digital photos! Too bad the fan boy inside me was killed at my gross disappointment at Silent Hill. Snore. He is an excellent choice to play the Joker, and he will prove it to you, just as Michael Keaton and Tobey Maguire proved their worth.

Anthony Hopkins joins "Wolfman" (Article) - 4/17/2007 1:39:50 AM

I must admit this sounded horrible when I read the title of the article, but Andrew Kevin Walker is a genius. Add Del Toro and the capable Romanek, and I'll go see it. Good thing they're not trying to do another remake though, right?

"The Hobbit" and "Spider-Man 4" News (Article) - 4/17/2007 1:36:56 AM

Naturally, you want the guy who started with a series to end the series (unless, of course, it's George Lucas. He should have handed the reigns over to Speilberg and shared writing duties with Kasdan starting with The Phantom Menace). Peter Jackson simply must do The Hobbit, and Raimi must do Spiderman 4. If Jackson isn't allowed near it by the idiotic producers, then I couldn't imagine handing it over to someone more appropriate than Raimi. Comparing movies like Dead Alive and The Evil Dead make the comparison natural. Raimi knows how to simultaneously make his material dark enough and light enough to do The Hobbit justice. As far as Dunst's comments, I'm on the fence. Replacing her or simply writing her out at this point would be bad form. She needs to at least be penciled in for a death scene, so they really can't, or rather SHOULDN'T do Spiderman 4 without her.

Laura Dern talks "Jurassic Park 4" (Article) - 4/7/2007 4:15:33 AM

I'm excited, but the film major in me is telling me to approach with caution. The first one was great, the second was terrible, and the third one was pretty good. I heard that Sam Neill said that he didn't want to do any more after three, but after reading the treatment for four he wanted to do it. I've also heard that Jeff Goldblum is interested. I'll go see it when it comes out no matter what.

Rod Lurie to direct remake of "Straw Dogs" (Article) - 3/31/2007 1:35:33 PM

AlpineWoods is completely correct. Remake the bad ones with good concepts. There once was a time when remakes actually meant something, like the 80's with The Fly, The Thing, and The Blob (to a lesser extent). All of those were high concept cultish monster movie remakes that were helmed by competent auteurs with stunning results. I want to do a remake of 'Fiend Without A Face'.

Long Live The New Flesh! (Article) - 3/26/2007 7:29:04 PM

This is my favorite movie. The effects aren't bad, they were, in fact, revolutionary. The dialogue is corny at times, but only because it has to be. The sex scenes are unsexy for a reason as well, but I agree with just about everything else you wrote. Way to do Videodrome justice.

Spock has a love interest in "Star Trek"? (Article) - 3/21/2007 3:27:05 AM

The Romulan Ambassador said it best, and with enough venom to get the point across: I must concur with my colleagues.

"300" (Article) - 3/9/2007 1:19:10 PM

I'd just like to say I think this guy pretty much hit the nail on the head with his review of the movie. The minus my personal review had is as a result of the attempts to make the CG backgrounds look too epic throughout the movie in addition to essentially what this guy said. This is an excellent, balanced review.

"300" Contest (Article) - 3/8/2007 3:41:22 PM

As the person who has so far voiced the strongest reservations about 300, I feel I should weigh my opinion on this matter. Yes, KJSucks is not only a freaking loser, he's also a fuckin' retard.


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