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Nero1000
QUOTE (oaktree500 @ Nov 13 2008, 23:45) *


Dragonball - for some time next year (currently april 2009)

Anybody? thumbs-up.gif

Just me?


I'm right there with you.
April 19th I think, I work at an Odeon, so all the free films I want. Going to see Zack & Miri Make A Porno tomorrow woo.
oaktree500
i think im officialy going to poop in my pants for the dragonball movie, no matter how good or bad! ive heard rumors of an Oozaru transformation in the movie!

AWESOME!

500
HarmonicGenerator
Would this be the place to put the new Watchmen trailer?
Au
Well, there are a few other threads already, but this is as good a place as any.
Arsène Wenger
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Big_Will
Still quite a while away

JamesTyler
After showing the poster I'm geeking this thread up again with the new Star Trek trailer:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TSgvAHu3IEI

StarTrekMovie.com is releasing it in HD in two hours, but this is the best of the bootlegs to hit. The nerd in me is hesitant about history/canon etc, but that looks like a movie I'd pay to see.
CuckedByMenry


Nice! thumbs-up.gif
FelatioLips
.....?
KFR42
So is the new friday the 13th remake a kind of combination of the first 3 original films? Cos obviously Jason isn't even in the first friday the 13th and he doesn't get his hockey mask until the 3rd one.
klown
QUOTE (AliveAndAmplified @ Dec 27 2008, 14:03) *
.....?

I think he meant this....
CuckedByMenry
Thought it wouldn't hurt to hotlink on Christmas. Stupid, stupid, stupid!

I was referring to this beast:

CaptainCharisma
The one you've all been waiting for..

d-d-d-dAz
Aidan Gillen (Carcetti from the Wire), and Brian J. White (Tavon from The Shield) have prominent roles in the new Cena film.

That makes it A-OK in my book...
IrishDave
From the director of Die Hard 2? This is being watched.
CaptainCharisma
Tarantino's next;
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/02/11/inglou...teaser-trailer/

Looks like a whole load of fun to me!
Rob Lowe
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Feb 11 2009, 21:50) *
Tarantino's next;
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/02/11/inglou...teaser-trailer/

Looks like a whole load of fun to me!

Brad Pitt is gonna get a lot of shit for that accent.

I cant believe Tarantino is genuine good friends with Eli Roth, who directed part of the film apparantly. More pointless gore please!

Its Tarantino though so I'll give it a chance. Damn him!
Steveo2007
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Feb 11 2009, 21:50) *
Tarantino's next;
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/02/11/inglou...teaser-trailer/

Looks like a whole load of fun to me!

Looks fucking brilliant.

Typical Tarrantino IMO, quite an over the top premise which he will make fucking Golden.

Oh and the fact that it's been in the works for fucking years will make it even more special.
Mr. Seven
QUOTE (Steveo2007 @ Feb 11 2009, 22:31) *
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Feb 11 2009, 21:50) *
Tarantino's next;
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/02/11/inglou...teaser-trailer/

Looks like a whole load of fun to me!

Looks fucking brilliant.

Typical Tarrantino IMO, quite an over the top premise which he will make fucking Golden.

Oh and the fact that it's been in the works for fucking years will make it even more special.


Wow that random profanity makes you appear well hard. I'd say Death Proof was "quite an over the top premise" too, only he didn't make it "fucking golden", he made it fucking shit. Trailer for this is underwhelming. Nothing wrong with Pitt's delivery there, he's done that style before. I'm more concerned with the presence of Eli Roth, one of the worst filmmakers to emerge in the last decade. Mike Myers is apparently in the film too, with Tarantino revealing that "Mike let it be known that he's a huge fan of my work", so I guess that's all it takes these days. Mickey Rourke has turned down the opportunity to work with Tarantino twice, citing not strong enough material, which QT naturally baulked at.

We all know the guy is a mark for himself, but he's losing the run of himself too. Don't get me wrong, I like the majority of his back catalogue, but this is his make or break film. He's been talking about for years and years and I just have the feeling it's going to be self-indulgent shit.
Steveo2007
QUOTE (Mr. Seven @ Feb 11 2009, 22:42) *
QUOTE (Steveo2007 @ Feb 11 2009, 22:31) *
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Feb 11 2009, 21:50) *
Tarantino's next;
http://www.slashfilm.com/2009/02/11/inglou...teaser-trailer/

Looks like a whole load of fun to me!

Looks fucking brilliant.

Typical Tarrantino IMO, quite an over the top premise which he will make fucking Golden.

Oh and the fact that it's been in the works for fucking years will make it even more special.


Wow that random profanity makes you appear well hard. I'd say Death Proof was "quite an over the top premise" too, only he didn't make it "fucking golden", he made it fucking shit. Trailer for this is underwhelming. Nothing wrong with Pitt's delivery there, he's done that style before. I'm more concerned with the presence of Eli Roth, one of the worst filmmakers to emerge in the last decade. Mike Myers is apparently in the film too, with Tarantino revealing that "Mike let it be known that he's a huge fan of my work", so I guess that's all it takes these days. Mickey Rourke has turned down the opportunity to work with Tarantino twice, citing not strong enough material, which QT naturally baulked at.

We all know the guy is a mark for himself, but he's losing the run of himself too. Don't get me wrong, I like the majority of his back catalogue, but this is his make or break film. He's been talking about for years and years and I just have the feeling it's going to be self-indulgent shit.

Your intelligence is brilliant the way you picked apart my excitement there to make me seem simple, well done.

Anyway, I've loved all of Tarrantino's films. I say all, I mean most. I agree that Death Proof was a steaming pile of shit. I ended up just turning it off about half way through as my mind started to wander thanks to the extreme boredom I was suffering at the hands of it. Apart from that I would say he's got a gift of making truly entertaining films, but like most directors he had a miss. In comparison to his numerous hits, I think he can be forgiven and it should be something to get excited about.

I also wouldn't say he's a mark for himself, I would just say that he's aware of his abilities and is enthusiastic about the stories he wants to tell.

Fell free to counter my statement in order to make yourself feel superior, I don't mind. alien.gif
Au
Erm, what exactly were you people expecting from Death Proof? I'd say he achieved exactly what he set out to accomplish and it kept me fairly entertained throughout. Sure, it wasn't up there with his other films but it was never intended to be, it was supposed to be an over-the-top, one dimensional action flick and it was just that.
Chest Rockwell
I didn't see it, but the soundtrack is great..

I do want to see it though, just because of the extreme contrast in reviews I've got from various peeps.
Astro Hollywood
QUOTE (Mr. Seven @ Feb 11 2009, 22:42) *
I'd say Death Proof was "quite an over the top premise" too, only he didn't make it "fucking golden", he made it fucking shit. Trailer for this is underwhelming. Nothing wrong with Pitt's delivery there, he's done that style before. I'm more concerned with the presence of Eli Roth, one of the worst filmmakers to emerge in the last decade. Mike Myers is apparently in the film too, with Tarantino revealing that "Mike let it be known that he's a huge fan of my work", so I guess that's all it takes these days. Mickey Rourke has turned down the opportunity to work with Tarantino twice, citing not strong enough material, which QT naturally baulked at.

We all know the guy is a mark for himself, but he's losing the run of himself too. Don't get me wrong, I like the majority of his back catalogue, but this is his make or break film. He's been talking about for years and years and I just have the feeling it's going to be self-indulgent shit.


Oh, Seven. I feel like you'll think I'm picking on you, but it's getting to the point where every single one of your movie related posts makes me want to ruffle your angry little Faux-Kermode head. I don't see how he's "losing the run of himself." Death Proof was merely an okay movie, but the whole Grindhouse thing was an admitted piece of light, fun, self-indulgence between him and a friend. Both Kill Bills were amazing, and everything before that was great too, so one movie that was a not-wildly-successful experiment (although it did everything it set out to) is hardly a massive downward spiral. It's only make or break in the sense that the old cliche about only being as good as your last film is generally true of most directors. People always detract from Kill Bill saying they were self indulgent too, but it just felt like Tarantino was sharing his love of Shaw Bros type movies with a greater audience, and the films themselves didn't suffer as a result. Citing Mickey "pretty insane" Rourke as a source?

Inglourious Basterds is probably the film I've been most excited about, ever. As a director, I hate Eli Roth and everything he stands for, but he does have a presence about him in the limited cameos and behind the scene stuff I've seen him in, and if he's acting in something, it keeps him away from making Hostel III or some other horrible shit. The Mike Myers thing is supposedly one small scene. It's the role Simon Pegg was up for, but couldn't fit into his schedule, and Myers can do a British accent.

I don't think this will resemble the Inglorious Bastards he's been talking about since Jackie Brown, it seems like he started from scratch. The old version was a "300 page" WWII heist movie, big enough to be a trilogy, and the one role he always talked about, Madsen's Babe Buchinsky doesn't feature anymore.
DJ Stevie C

The only Tarrantino film I haven't completely enjoyed so far has been Jackie Brown.

Death Proof I thought was a little one dimensional but was enjoyable enough.

I expect I'll watch this and enjoy it a lot. Seems to be "Reservoir dogs in Nazi Germany" style.
Fan of Arse
QUOTE (DJ Stevie C @ Feb 12 2009, 14:38) *
The only Tarrantino film I haven't completely enjoyed so far has been Jackie Brown.

Death Proof I thought was a little one dimensional but was enjoyable enough.

I expect I'll watch this and enjoy it a lot. Seems to be "Reservoir dogs in Nazi Germany" style.

Jackie Brown was a real grower on me. It's now maybe my favourite Tarantino film.
CuckedByMenry
Not seen the original, and apparently this hasn't even started filming yet, but I love this poster:

JamesTyler
I'm back with the nerd news wink.gif

A third trailer for the Star Trek film just came out and it's looking good. It's showing the prequel elements as well as the alternate reality stuff. The music helps give it an added epic feel.

http://www.apple.com/trailers/paramount/st...ler3_large.html
HarmonicGenerator
Here is the trailer for The Hangover, the new one from the director of Old School. Looks like it has a lot of potential for laugh.gif s
bigjay
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Jan 7 2009, 20:05) *
The one you've all been waiting for..



I've seen some photos and videos of this and it looks really good actually, looking forward to seeing it sometime.
Steveo2007
QUOTE (bigjay @ Mar 7 2009, 20:23) *
QUOTE (CaptainCharisma @ Jan 7 2009, 20:05) *
The one you've all been waiting for..



I've seen some photos and videos of this and it looks really good actually, looking forward to seeing it sometime.

I hate to say it, but I'll probably watch this and I sort of enjoyed The Marine
HarmonicGenerator
TOY STORY 3


laugh.gif

FelatioLips
I can't wait for that.
Tequila_Boy
*Cums*
Rob Lowe
13 months before the film is released! Thats one hell of a tease.
remlap
With Toy Story whats the audiences going to be?

Kids with their parents or 20-something's?
scottish_pride
likely both!
FelatioLips
Everyone i'd imagine. Most kids will have seen the first two and most parents/adults will have seen them.
Lou Cyfer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NCad-lpRk1Q...feature=channel


kurrigan no selling at 1:40

film looks poor though
CuckedByMenry
Big_Will

Loki
I really hate the Hollywood spin cycle. Can't we have some new movies? None of those 3 above interest me in the slightest, indeed they just make me sad.
CaptainCharisma
Is that the Dreamcast logo on the SAW poster? :O
FelatioLips
The only reason i'd be interested in a new Elm Street would be to see how awful they could make it. The other two aren't even worth thinking about.
Devon Malcolm
It's a sad fucking state of affairs when Rob Zombie is regarded as one of the top horror directors around.
FelatioLips
Michael Bay is doing the new Elm Street so at least there might be some big explosions in it.
Joe_the_Lion
QUOTE (Setting Sun @ Jul 29 2009, 11:21) *
It's a sad fucking state of affairs when Rob Zombie is regarded as one of the top horror directors around.


But he's not...........
Devon Malcolm
QUOTE (Joe_the_Lion @ Jul 29 2009, 11:34) *
QUOTE (Setting Sun @ Jul 29 2009, 11:21) *
It's a sad fucking state of affairs when Rob Zombie is regarded as one of the top horror directors around.


But he's not...........


Not by people who have half a fucking mind, no.
Big_Will
QUOTE (Setting Sun @ Jul 29 2009, 6:38) *
QUOTE (Joe_the_Lion @ Jul 29 2009, 11:34) *
QUOTE (Setting Sun @ Jul 29 2009, 11:21) *
It's a sad fucking state of affairs when Rob Zombie is regarded as one of the top horror directors around.


But he's not...........


Not by people who have half a fucking mind, no.

I'm interested to see what he does with he movie he did not want to do
Mr. Seven
QUOTE (AliveAndAmplified @ Jul 29 2009, 11:32) *
Michael Bay is doing the new Elm Street so at least there might be some big explosions in it.



No he isn't.
LaGoosh
QUOTE (AliveAndAmplified @ Jul 29 2009, 11:32) *
Michael Bay is doing the new Elm Street so at least there might be some big explosions in it.


To elaborate Michael Bay is one of the producers, he's not directing it. He owns the company that keeps buying old horror film rights and remaking them for a quick buck.

Michael Bay...a cancer to cinema.
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