Cover Art: The Core

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  1. TomWoodward

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    Ok dokey, here's the official (yes, it REALLY is official!) artwork for The Core starring Aaron Eckhart, Hilary Swank and Delroy Lindo. I'm reliably informed that the official announcement for this one will arrive tommorow so the releasedate and disc specs won't be available till then. Here's the artwork:

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  2. TomWoodward

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    Oh, so it's good then? [​IMG]

    Edit: Urmmm Jeff....how did I reply to your message and have it appear above yours!
     
  3. Jeff Kleist

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    I hope there's a featurette staring the writer called

    "I insisted on Ain't it Cool News that the science in my movie was more accurate than other movies, yet there are Orca Whales in Hawaii, and my characters can move with 2.5 tons of exterior pressure"

    And the follow-up

    "I swear I never EVER watched Armageddon and didn't rip scene after scene from it"

    And noted scientists on

    "Why nuclear weapons are nature's band-aid"

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  4. Travis_W

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    I thought this was a pretty good flick. Having hated 'Armageddon' and all.
     
  5. Dan Rudolph

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    Ebert's review said if you love to rip on Armageddon, you should also love to rip on this movie. I believe it's a very expensive B movie that somehow roped in a couple A-list actors.
     
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    I haven't seen it but I may just take my chances on this one.
     
  7. Nick Graham

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    LOL, Jeff, I had forgottten about the screenwriters rant to AICN.

    On the Roman Coliseum outwardly exploding due to multiple lightning strikes:
    "OK, so maybe the FX guys had a little fun there"
     
  8. Alex Spindler

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    I can't tell you how perfect it is that they used the little postage stamp pictures of the cast. Generally a sign of a big movie. Also funny is that there are only three names, so the other postage stamps must not be quite that interesting. [​IMG]
     
  9. David Lambert

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    Bravo! A beautiful, well-done cover. Nice art. Nice job, Paramount! [​IMG]

    Good job on posting it, Tom.
     
  10. TonyD

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    i liked the poster that was a pic of the earth breaking into 2 pieces. classic looking end of the world type look on that poster.
     
  11. Neil Joseph

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    When is the street?
     
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    Nice cover, but in my opinion, the quotes kinda of take away from it... it would be better without them
     
  13. TomWoodward

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    The following extras have turned up on the BBFC. They obviously deal with the region two release but I imagine the region one release will be identical.

    00:10:50:11 | To The Core And Back
    00:04:29:15 | Pre-Visualization Visual Effect Sequence
    00:03:14:21 | Trafalgar Square Visual Effect Sequence
    00:03:30:19 | Rome Visual Effect Sequence
    00:04:24:20 | The Golden Gate Bridge Visual Effect Sequence
    00:03:01:01 | The Geode Visual Effect Sequence
    00:14:25:24 | Deleted Scenes
    00:02:14:17 | The Core
     
  14. TomWoodward

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    Full specs are here
     
  15. James L White

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    what a shock Paramount forgot the trailer!!!!!!![​IMG]
     
  16. Jeff Kleist

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    Actually I'm betting that that 2 minute "The Core" is the trailer

    Honestly you'll never want to watch this movie twice
     
  17. Martin Fontaine

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    I actually liked this movie and might buy it, if only to follow on my sisters' running gag...

    One thing that would have been nice is to have both trailers (The 100,000 Years Overdue and the Project Destiny ones) and also having the possibility to watch the "100,000 Years Overdue" version of the movie (Using Seamless Branching)

    Eitherway, I'm most likely picking this up, the widescreen version obviously (Knowing that Paramount is yet another wussy studio lacking the balls to say No to Wal-Mart's demande for butchered versions, I have to make sure I get the correct one especially since this is a 2.35 Anamorphicly filmed movie...)
     

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