netwolf wrote:I will also go see The Sentinel with Kiefer Sutherland, which might as well be called 24: The Movie.
Daniel wrote:netwolf wrote:I will also go see The Sentinel with Kiefer Sutherland, which might as well be called 24: The Movie.
Minus the tortures, LA scenery and Elisha Cuthbert............mostly Elisha Cuthbert.
Yea, I can see how they are similar.
netwolf wrote:Nevertheless, there are certain similiarities, are there not?
Jim wrote:The movie industry has stunk for a few years. You hear the film companies crying about attendence being down but yet tall they put out if crap. Who truely want's to see MI3? Seriiously... $150M to make, plus probably another $50M in marketing... And they wonder why they don't make money???
Out of all the movies listed in this years "Best Movie", "Best Actor", Best Actress" and "Best Director", the ONLY one I had any desire to see was Walk the Line, and that was a let down...
It's a joke!
Jim wrote:rasbatch wrote:I agree with you jim, all that money could have been spent on a new 3 Musketeers movie.
??? I don't get it...
rasbatch wrote:We watched walk the line the other night and it was awful. Didn't even watch the whole thing, very disappointing.
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