pittsoccer33 wrote:The problem with any movie like Ghostbusters is that any sequel is really just going to be a remake of the first film.
Without any doubt in my mind here is a synopsis of the third film: after years of ghost busting retirement some supernatural entity threatens nyc. they have a few scenes of "getting the band back together" along with bringing on new recruits, who possibly have bought into Peter's franchise idea. They all then attempt to investigate the threat and take it down, but not before being summoned to the mayor's office.
holy crapnocera wrote:Kevin Smith just announced Clerks III on twitter.@ThatKevinSmith: So with the HIT SOMEBODY shift, the minute Jeff Anderson signs on, my last cinematic effort as a writer/director will be CLERKS III. #TaDa
FreeCandy44 wrote:LeopardLetang wrote:i always hated it. couldn't stand bill murray and dan aykroyd
They are both geniuses.
meecrofilm wrote:tifosi77 wrote:Early reviews for "Les Misérables" are out. Seems to be a mix of impressively overwrought and dull, or mesmerizing greatness. Anne Hathaway is getting much kudos for her role, specifically the "I Dreamed a Dream" sequence, which was apparently shot in close-up as one continuous take.
Regardless, I love the musical and I'm all-in for this.
I dunno, I think there's a partially overwrought element present somewhere in the core of musical theatre to begin with. Obviously it can be taken too far at times (see: Moulin Rouge), but I think in general it's a big part of what can make the genre so uniquely entertaining.
LeopardLetang wrote:i always hated it. couldn't stand bill murray and dan aykroyd
nocera wrote:Ghostbusters is my favorite movie of all time. It's pretty much perfect.
the wicked child wrote:Just read a few comments on TDKR and I am kinda shocked that this was even a debate:Spoiler:There were actually people who thought Bruce Wayne was not alive? I mean seriously?
the wicked child wrote:Okay, so I finally saw The Dark Knight Rises. It's probably my least favorite of the 3, but still decent.
2 things bothered me enough to mention:Spoiler:1. Bane's Voice. LOLbad. Seriously.
2. So the bomb was detonated over the bay... wouldn't there still be terrible environmental effects like fallout and such? I'm not an expert on the subject, but seems like we're still talking a massive ecological disaster even if the city itself was not leveled in the blast.
Froggy wrote:Spoiler:There were actually people who thought Bruce Wayne was not alive? I mean seriously?Spoiler:I kind of wish it would have ended with Alfred passing a guy who kind of looked like he was maybe Bruce Wayne, but they never showed a good look at him. Alfred turns to look at him again, and the camera stays on his face as he smiles and nods, leaving it sort of open.