Pavel Bure wrote:meecrofilm wrote:I probably would've enjoyed 12 Years A Slave a bit more if Hans Zimmer hadn't blatantly ripped off his own score from Inception in it. So many dramatic scenes I just ended up thinking about Inception during because the theme and chord progressions were dead ringers for each other.
Other than that, pretty good movie, but I don't really get the hype.
Inception a sound track is only one song.
eddysnake wrote:What is "the to do list"? I don't remember putting it on my queue, but netflix just shipped it. Also the way way back looks good, hoping to watch that tonight.
Troy Loney wrote:meecrofilm wrote:Other than that, pretty good movie, but I don't really get the hype.
I think it's just such an amazing true story. I guess i'm a little surprised this guy isn't more known. I took a lot of early american history classes in college and never heard of him.
blackjack68 wrote:Advanced tickets for The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug went on sale today on Fandango. Will be buying mine this evening.
Idoit40fans wrote:I dont think i ever posted about it, but i saw the purge a month or so ago. It was pretty sweet.
Letang Is The Truth wrote:Idoit40fans wrote:I dont think i ever posted about it, but i saw the purge a month or so ago. It was pretty sweet.
we have been meaning to watch this for a while
Dickie Dunn wrote:
Echoing the previous discussion in this thread, I think this movie actually looks pretty good. Takes the basic idea but appears to have changed enough to make it its own animal. Good cast as well. Of course, they can (usually) make any movie look good in a trailer, so I guess time will tell.
Kaizer wrote:while you guys were watching good movies, my fiance insisted on going to the hunger games: catching fire. she's a huge fan of the books and first movie, and even she thought it sucked badly.