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Really? I figured the spectacle of it on the big screen would be a big impetus. Honestly, I think I enjoyed the first Pirates of the Caribbean movie more for seeing it in theaters, and the impression I've gotten from what I know of Sherlock Holmes makes me think the same.
Could be. Pirates was much better on the big screen way back when. Holmes was pretty good. But if you haven't seen 'Up in the Air' already, you're making a bad mistake seeing Holmes first.
I was very disappointed to not see the Rachel McAdams corset scene in Sherlock Holmes. Will have to wait for the DVD for that. As for Sci Fi of the year, I liked D9, but Avatar and Moon were both better films IMO.
Touching upon the Aronofsky business, I was one of the few people who wasnt a big fan of The Wrestler. I felt it had a good performance by Rourke, but outside of that the movie fell flat for me. I know alot of people loved it, and I respect that, but it didnt do it for me.
Touching upon Sci Fi movies, Dark City is very underrated, so I agree with that. Also, Sunshine is a movie which I really feel was a fantastic and underrated sci fi movie.
That said, my favorite sci fi from the past decade is Minority Report. I absolutely love that flick. One of my all time top 10 sci fi films and definitely my top from the last 10 years (I dont think ESSM is a Sci Fi movie, more of a romantic dramedy with sci fi elements)
Originally posted by Mr. Goosemahn
The APS is strong in this one.
Originally posted by killxswitch
Tears for Fears is better than whatever it is you happen to be thinking about right now.