random question ~ a lot of the Yankee folks here are getting all exited about organizing their postal vote for the upcoming political circus. I was was wondering if you did that? I know you have been out of the US for a fair while and wondered on where you stood on voting thing.
Most of the UK peeps here are cynical and do not give a toss about postal voting but them North Americans take that shit serious.
sheesh, had not heard of that one (if I had it had been mentally blocked from my mind).
cast actually sounds okay, never read the book so unsure of what could/will be different but thats not important, it still adds to my remake depression. I find it near impossible to watch a remake/re-imagining and just treat it as its own thing.
This begs the question, why do people never re-write books that have been successful?
maybe they do and my illiterate hide missed that boat...
small indie film from the north east shores of scotland, i know they've secured a US release not sure about down under but i'm going to keep plugging this to as many people i think would apprieciate it's finer points
Thanks Man that means a lot. I'm kind of bummed I'm gonna miss the height of the political arguments, but if everything goes according to plan I should be back on here within 4-5 months. I've been planning it for so long, it's kind of not real yet but I'm excited.
Thank you so much. Sadly 'Of the Universe' will have to be put on the back burner for now since it's kind of a mess trying to get a web site for Odd Days. I'm still working on it, so through Odd Days I'll keep updating about it.
I came across this by chance on YouTube the other night, the bunch of Philistines in the chatroom didn't even know this movie existed. It seems you're the only one to share a proper nostalgia boner with.
Well, as for most people, the final fight against the Not-The-Skrulls was pretty amazing. I really enjoyed the fact that for the first time in awhile they actually made being a superhero look fun. I especially enjoyed the Thor V. Hulk fight on the Helicarrier (I also really like that I now live in a world where I can type that sentence in reference to a real movie), it was really cool to see a true Superman-esque fight between indestructible super-gods in live-action. And, as one could expect from me, I really liked the lack of irony or cynicism.
And like I said, I'm really happy that I now live in a world where a movie about Captain America, Thor, Iron-Man, The Hulk, and S.H.I.E.L.D. fighting Loki and an army of Not-The-Skrulls over a Cosmic Cube orchestrated by Thanos can actually be made, let alone be one of the highest grossing movies of all time.
That is probably the best thing I could ever hear regarding this film. I'm so glad this movie's managed to surpass its marketing (not counting the other movies). I seriously can't wait, this sounds like basically the superhero movie I've been waiting my entire post-comic-reader life for.
You lucky shit. I still need to wait till Friday to see the Avengers, and now your going around saying it "made you believe in super-hero movies again," like I need more hype to make the wait torturous.