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#23 Posted on 8.7.06 0558.26 Reposted on: 8.7.13 0559.01
Originally posted by jwrestleSigh...one person bashes the director while the other point out box office gross. I'm going to cross my fingers, as I've said before, that they don't blow this.
I agree with Jwrestle, and hope it will turn out alright. To be honest, I would be concerned no matter who the director was. Just because it's so easy to fuck up a classic cartoon like that of which we all have fond memories.
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#24 Posted on 8.7.06 1116.39 Reposted on: 8.7.13 1117.42
Originally posted by dMpTo be honest, I would be concerned no matter who the director was.
What truly concerns me is the number of posters in this thread, and number of my friends, who consider "Armageddon" to be a decent movie. I consider it to be, without hyperbole, one of the absolute worst big-budget movies ever made.
As for the "Transformers" film...my inner-child was initially excited at the prospect of this film when it was announced awhile back, and even my dislike for Michael Bay's hacky filmmaking didn't really bother me all that much when he was attached to the project. The more I think on it, however, the more I think "wow, it's completely unnecessary to make this movie." Seriously, it's one of those things to me that sounds like a cool idea at first, but as time goes on I couldn't care less.
Besides, it'll be a colossal failure unless it opens with the lead singer of White Lion screaming "TRANSFORMAAAAAAAS, MORE THAN MEETS THE EYYYYYYYYYYYE."
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