October 23rd, 2013 at 12:59 PM ^

Yea I happened to catch this on reddit last night, certainly would be interesting but I'm a bit hesitant to believe it considering the Iron Man 3 credits were nothing close to what was believed to be the deep space suit and meeting the Guardians of the Galaxy.

I Have A Gnarly Face

October 23rd, 2013 at 12:22 PM ^

I have not seen any full trailers, but will see this movie for sure. I have not seen any trailers on purpose because I want everything to be new when I see it in the threatre. Hangover 2 was ruined for me because I saw the trailer so many times and they showed every funny moment in said trailers, so when I saw the movie in the theatre, I only laughed a few times because I knew what was coming. I still have yet to see Hangover 3 and quite frankly, I could die happily without seeing it.

I Have A Gnarly Face

October 23rd, 2013 at 1:16 PM ^

This is clearly off topic in this off topic thread, but I really want to see Gravity. At first glance of the trailer, I thought, "Eh, whatever." Everyone I have spoken with who has seen it said it's really good.

I also want to see Captain Phillips. The next movie in the threatre, though, will be Thor: The Dark World.


October 23rd, 2013 at 1:58 PM ^

See it in 3D. Normally, I don't advocate that. But for this one, and especially for the incredible 20+ minute scene that opens it...yeah...it's totally worth it.

I have very mixed feelings on the script/plot/acting in this movie, but I don't regret seeing it in the theater, at all. The visuals and the sound are both A-pluses, through the friggin' roof.

I really never want to see this movie ever again, but I'm very glad I saw it once.

I Have A Gnarly Face

October 23rd, 2013 at 3:10 PM ^

I actually own the Matthew Broderick version of Godzilla and I don't know why. That movie is pretty bad. I bought the DVD about ten years ago for $3 or something, but never watched it. I saw the movie for the first and only time in the theatre. I guess my reason for buying it is there was a point in my life where I would buy every movie I saw in the threatre (I used to go quite often) or any movie that I haven't seen that still interested me. Now I stick with buying only blockbuster films (or at least movies that I consider to be a blockbuster) on Blu-ray.


October 23rd, 2013 at 3:42 PM ^

You guys want to talk about underrated movies?  How about The Road.  Go see it and tell me why it didn't win best original screenplay or best picture.  Or, even Rise of the Planet of the Apes?  When that movie was announced, people were openly making fun ot it.  Nevertheless, it told a great origins story and well outperformed expectations even though it had James Franco in it.