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« Reply #10 on: June 29, 2009, 05:39:06 PM »

that movie was pretty awesome
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« Reply #11 on: June 30, 2009, 01:05:37 AM »

I loved this movie I saw it at midnight
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« Reply #12 on: June 30, 2009, 09:18:47 PM »

I thought it was pretty good, plus Megan Fox was hotter than hell.
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« Reply #13 on: June 30, 2009, 11:42:20 PM »

When audiences start caring more about storyline, acting, and score other then KLA-BOOM EXPLOSION! SHAKY CAMERA! HAWT CHICKS! COOL EFFECTS! then I'll be happy. I'll tell you why I dont want to see this movie. Because I've seen this movie before. I've this movie, I've seen transformers 1, I've seen every other michael Bay movie and I've seen all action movies. How? Because I just need to see one of them and then you've seen them all. They're all the same. And nothing new is ever made. Just repackaged. And I got sick of it a while ago. But until people start smartening up about what they will spend good hard earned money then they'll keep making these horrible movies and the good ones are going to get harder and harder to find.
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« Reply #14 on: July 04, 2009, 06:02:22 PM »

I saw this movie and it was pretty cool  Smiley
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« Reply #15 on: July 04, 2009, 09:37:18 PM »

When audiences start caring more about storyline, acting, and score other then KLA-BOOM EXPLOSION! SHAKY CAMERA! HAWT CHICKS! COOL EFFECTS! then I'll be happy. I'll tell you why I dont want to see this movie. Because I've seen this movie before. I've this movie, I've seen transformers 1, I've seen every other michael Bay movie and I've seen all action movies. How? Because I just need to see one of them and then you've seen them all. They're all the same. And nothing new is ever made. Just repackaged. And I got sick of it a while ago. But until people start smartening up about what they will spend good hard earned money then they'll keep making these horrible movies and the good ones are going to get harder and harder to find.

While i hardly ever agree with you on anything, you do have a good point there. I miss movies from whenever they were original and not the same shit regurgitated back into different storylines. But i think since producers are being payed a shitload of money to come up with this stuff, you think they would be able to do a better job than what they have been doing recently. I just recently saw a preview for the movie The Unborn, and laughed so hard i thought my rib cage was gonna collapse. Here is the summary for the movie, ill see what you guys think about it lol:

Casey Beldon (Odette Yustman) is plagued by nightmare visions of strange looking dogs, and an evil child with bright blue eyes.

While baby-sitting Matty, her neighbor's son, he attacks her with a mirror. After being hit with the mirror, Casey's eyes begin to change color, an optician explains that she is experiencing Tetragametic chimerism and Heterochromia. After questioning her father she learns she had a twin brother who died in the womb. Casey begins to suspect that the spirit haunting her is the soul of her dead twin, being possessed by a dybbuk, wanting to be born so it can transfer to the world of the living.

Casey meets a woman named Sofi, who is revealed to be her grandmother. Sofi explains that she had a twin brother who was killed in Nazi experiments in Auschwitz when they were both just children (presumably having been experimented on by Josef Mengele, as Sofi describes him as looking like an angel and Mengele was often referred to as the Angel of Death). The boy was brought back to life by a dybbuk who intended to use his body as a portal into the world of the living. Sofi killed her twin to stop the dybbuk, and now it haunts her family for revenge. Sofi refers Casey to Rabbi Sendak (Gary Oldman), who can perform a Jewish exorcism to remove the dybbuk.

The exorcism is performed, but things go awry as the dybbuk tries to stop Rabbi Sendak from completing the ritual. Several people are wounded and others are killed. The exorcism is finally completed, and the dybbuk is drawn back from the human world. Casey's boyfriend Mark is severely wounded and later dies with Casey by his side. Casey mourns him and she soon finds out that she is pregnant by him, with twins.

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! I just read it again and i just f*cking cant stop laughing LOL. Who heard of a horror movie about a twin that died in the womb and is now haunting his twin sister LMAO

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« Reply #16 on: July 07, 2009, 06:24:02 AM »

Let me start off by saying HOLY CRAP!!!
Best movie I have seen this year. I saw it a couple of days ago and it was excellent. Wasn't expecting it to be that long, but it doesn't make the movie any worse. The only thing that Megan Fox was good for in that movie was something to look at, and damn was it nice.  Cool
All in all, I would give it a 9/10 and will be seeing multiple times in theatre.
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« Reply #17 on: July 08, 2009, 08:56:04 PM »

Okay, first off, I watched the first one and thought it was utter garbage.  It was chalk full of cliche` characters and clusterf*cked special effects.  The humans played way too important of a role, and virtually all of the human characters were predictable and stereotyped into representing a specific category, i.e. computer geek with access to loads of info, cowardly main character that gets tougher through the experience, bad girl that was forced to be bad by her dad, Indian customer service rep., 'cool' dude in the armed forces, ect.  Every single human was like that...and the story focused heavily on them. 

Now, that being said, what I want to know is am I going to hate Transformers 2?  I've never been able to force myself to watch the first one for a 2nd time, even though I own the DVD.  It left a horrible taste in my mouth...and it hasn't gone away.  I was a HUGE Transformers fan in the 80s, and I must admit...the first 5 minutes of Transformers nearly brought a tear to my eye...it was so cool.  Then the movie went to shit after that.

So, should I watch Transformers 2, or will it be a waste of my time based on what I've said here?  I've heard that the humans have taken more of a back seat this time, which in my opinion can only be a good thing.  Will I be bombarded by more shameless advertisements for General Motors and eBay as I was in the first one?

I've been told that people going to watch this should check their brains at the door.  Unfortunately, being a huge childhood Transformers fan, that's next to impossible for me.  There are some really stupid action movies out there that I like, but it's blasphemous to ruin Transformers.  Is there hope for the franchise?  Does this movie take it back in the right direction, at least even a little?

I hope so, and after I watch it...assuming I can force myself to...I may report back here to share my experience...if I don't shoot myself during the movie first.
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« Reply #18 on: July 19, 2009, 11:59:42 PM »

Okay, first off, I watched the first one and thought it was utter garbage.  It was chalk full of cliche` characters and clusterf*cked special effects.  The humans played way too important of a role, and virtually all of the human characters were predictable and stereotyped into representing a specific category, i.e. computer geek with access to loads of info, cowardly main character that gets tougher through the experience, bad girl that was forced to be bad by her dad, Indian customer service rep., 'cool' dude in the armed forces, ect.  Every single human was like that...and the story focused heavily on them. 

Now, that being said, what I want to know is am I going to hate Transformers 2?  I've never been able to force myself to watch the first one for a 2nd time, even though I own the DVD.  It left a horrible taste in my mouth...and it hasn't gone away.  I was a HUGE Transformers fan in the 80s, and I must admit...the first 5 minutes of Transformers nearly brought a tear to my eye...it was so cool.  Then the movie went to shit after that.

So, should I watch Transformers 2, or will it be a waste of my time based on what I've said here?  I've heard that the humans have taken more of a back seat this time, which in my opinion can only be a good thing.  Will I be bombarded by more shameless advertisements for General Motors and eBay as I was in the first one?

I've been told that people going to watch this should check their brains at the door.  Unfortunately, being a huge childhood Transformers fan, that's next to impossible for me.  There are some really stupid action movies out there that I like, but it's blasphemous to ruin Transformers.  Is there hope for the franchise?  Does this movie take it back in the right direction, at least even a little?

I hope so, and after I watch it...assuming I can force myself to...I may report back here to share my experience...if I don't shoot myself during the movie first.

If you hated Transformers 1 then you will hate Transformers 2.

I thought No.1 was okay and I have watched it a few times.
No.2 just contained the same amount of action but worse actors. These two twin transformers absolutely killed the film for me, you will see them in the film and probably hate them.
Transformers 2 did not give me the same awe-inspiring effect Transformers 1 did becuase at least No.1 was something new.
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« Reply #19 on: July 20, 2009, 12:06:52 AM »

I think I've heard about the 'twin' Transformers...if they're the ones that people have accused of being 'racial stereotypes'.  Sounds like more of the same bullshit that ruined the first Transformers for me.  The original series was pretty serious, so to speak, especially for an afternoon cartoon.  There was a bit of comic relief here and there, of course, but overall it wasn't meant to be silly or sarcastic or stupid.  Seems that the essence that made the original series great has totally been lost in translation by the director.  Hopefully someone steps in and saves the franchise, but with the wild box office success of the current live action movies, surely that won't be the case unfortunately.

It just goes to show that, like horror movies, when you get legions of easy-to-please juveniles and young adults willing to shell out $10 for worthless trash, there will always be directors in line to give them more of it just to make a quick buck.
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