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  1. Breaking Dawn does 30.25 mill at midnights!!!

    I'm pretty sure fans will flock regardless of whether or not it is a "good" movie. Impressive number, but I don't think DH will be in much danger come November. I don't think twilight numbers will get the same kind of boost HP got for being the last movie.
  2. haha time will tell. But, you are right. By no means was it as bad as Batman And Robin, but still, I think the timing was just right. The cast and the creative team plateaued and its time for a fresh start. Back in the day you could just interchange Batman or whoever and really have no backlash. Now, I think when there is a complete change like we are seeing with spidey you have to start fresh.
  3. I have no reason to think that audiences would be cynical to a reboot. A terrible third film, new director, completely new cast... it all makes sense to me. Personally, I'm happy for a fresh start.
  4. Favorite & Best Star Wars Film!

    The Phantom Menace- D (thought an F would be too harsh)Attack of the Clones- C-Revenge of the Sith- A-A new hope- B-Empire Strikes Back- B+/A-Return of the Jedi- B-TPM and AOTC are the absolute worst for obvious reasons. Revenge of the Sith is my favorite of all and really saved the second trilogy. Enjoyed all of the original trilogy, but Empire Strikes Back is without question the best. As far as ROTJ, I agree with Noctis, the Ewoks really hurt that film for me.
  5. I'm Sure their excuse is something along the lines of "It just didn't work with the pacing of the film."
  6. Rank the Books and the Films

    I'm pretty sure J.K. Rowling likes the later films better.
  7. Rank the Books and the Films

    Films1. Deathly Hallows Part 22. Deathly Hallows Part 13. Prisoner of Azkaban4. Order of the Phoenix5. Half Blood Prince6. Goblet of Fire7. Sorcerers Stone8. Chamber of SecretsBooksDeathly HallowsOrder of the PhoenixGoblet of FireHalf Blood PrinceSorcerers StonePrisoner of AzkabanChamber of SecretsHBP was good and looked great, but i thought they played the romantic comedy aspect of it way too much. Had an overall better and entertaining viewing experience with OOTP. POA is third purely because of the way Cuaron changed the whole landscape and look of the series. The books are pretty self explanatory, most of us seem to like the last four in some sequence the best.
  8. Best Films of 1990

    Goodfellas hands down.
  9. Best films of 1997

    L.A. Confidential and Good Will Hunting
  10. Best Films of 1994!

    Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, and Lion King.
  11. Best Films of the 1950's

    Absolutely a great decade for movies. I didn't even mention Sunset Boulevard, A Street Car Named Desire, 12 Angry Men, and countless others I am forgetting. the list does go on and on.
  12. Best Films of the 1950's

    Rear Window, North By Northwest, Vertigo, All About Eve. Lots of Hitchcock in there.
  13. New Blu-Ray Releases

    I cant wait for this on Blu-Ray. The extra features are great I've heard, but there is only about 4 minutes of deleted scenes which is a little disappointing. I'm sure they aren't trying to release all the footage they have at once, which is understandable.
  14. J. Edgar

    I was really looking forward to this movie, but the reviews have been sub-par at best to this point.

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