Next year looking good!

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by JohnE, Dec 24, 2002.

  1. JohnE

    JohnE Supporting Actor

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    Man, next year is really looking amazingly good for big action movies at the theatres. A few I can think of..
    ROTK
    Both Matrix movies
    Sequel to X-Men
    Daredevil
    New Terminator
    Can anyone think of any others? I'm sure I'm missing a few.
     
  2. Marc Colella

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    Can't say that I'm anxious for any of those films.
    However, I am really looking forward to the Coen Brother's next film Intolerable Cruelty due in October of 2003.
     
  3. Bill J

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    So far I'm only interested in seeing:
    Dreamcatcher
    Tears of the Sun
     
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    I can't wait to finally see Phone Booth, should be an excellent thriller.

    Kill Bill is number one on anticipation list.

    Yes, Dreamcatcher, THAT is how you gotta make a trailer, well the first of the two anyway.

    Daredevil too.

    Also would like to see a couple of indies, Laurel Canyon and Cronenberg's Spider.

    Regarding sequels, I'd love to see both Matrix ones, T3, X2, Bad Boys II, Final Destination 2 and The Whole Ten Yards.

    But don't want anything to do with Fast & The Furious 2, Legally Blonde 2, Jeepers Creepers 2, Scary Movie 3, and any Harry Potter movie.

    Resident Evil: Nemesis as well, but that'll probably be 2004.
     
  6. Matthew_Millheiser

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    Alas, if we were only living in a parallel universe in which we could look forward to Terry Gilliam's The Man Who Killed Don Quixote...
    *sigh* [​IMG]
     
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  9. Declan

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    Bad Boys 2 looks like a total blast, but after seeing the trailer for T3, I am a little bit apprehensive as it kinda looks TV-ish.........wont stop me from being head of the queue on opening night though[​IMG]
     
  10. Chris Clark

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    I agree with JohnE, but when I looked at the upcoming films, it looks like there's something for everyone in 2003.

    I'm there on opening day:
    Kill Bill, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, The Matrix films
    X2

    I'll give them a shot:
    A Man Apart, Anger Management, Bulletproof Monk, Daredevil, Dark Blue, Dreamcatcher, Fast & the Furious 2, Final Destination 2: Die Harder, Hero, The Hulk, The Hunted, Identity, Intolerable Cruelty, Jersey Girl, Master & Commander, Max, Mindhunters, Neverland, Old School, Phone Booth, The Recruit, Ripley's Game, Shanghai Knights, Tears of the Sun, Willard, Wonderland

    Sounded Good Until I Saw The Trailer:
    Biker Boyz, T3
     
  11. JohnE

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    Yeah, Kill Bill is way up there for me. THe trailer looked cool as hell. Dreamcatcher also is looking pretty good.
     
  12. Adam Lenhardt

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    Also,
    Once Upon A Time in Mexico
    Timeline
    Spy Kids 3 (A good year to be a Rodriguez fan, if this is still happening)
    Seabiscuit
    Secondhand Lions
    Peter Pan
     
  13. Justin_S

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    DREAMCATCHER is by far my most anticipated as the book is one of King's best, Morgan Freeman and Tom Sizemore are two of my favorite actors, and the film's trailer looks spectacular, and shows that they probably did the novel justice!
    I am also looking forward to:
    UNDERWORLD- my second most anticipated.
    THE CORE
    DARKNESS
    FREDDY VS. JASON
    CABIN FEVER
    JEEPERS CREEPERS 2
    FINAL DESTINATION 2
    PHONE BOOTH
    THE HULK
    MAY
    THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT
     
  14. Kevin Leonard

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    My most anticipated films are:
    Lord of the Rings: The Return of Elvis
    Lost In La Mancha (the Terry Gilliam documentary I mentioned a few posts up)
    Intolerable Cruelty
    Spun (Requiem For a Dream for 2003, with speed in place of heroin)
    Kill Bill
    And the rest in alphabetical order...
    Anger Management (Sandler and Nicholson together...an odd couple to be sure), Bruce Almighty (Jim Carrey + Morgan Freeman = funny), Bubba Ho-Tep (anything for Bruce Campbell, plus it has a great plot), Buffalo Soldiers (dark army tale with Ed Harris and Joaquin Phoenix), Charlie's Angels Part Deux, Cold Mountain, Dark Blue (Ron Shelton police drama with Kurt Russell and Ving Rhames), Daredevil, Down With Love (Ewan McGregor trying his hand at romatic comedy), Dreamcatcher, The Duplex (DeVito directs Ben Stiller and Drew Barrymore), Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (latest from Charlie Kaufman's pen, with Jim Carrey starring), Garage Days (Aussie version of Almost Famous, directed by Alex Proyas), The Hulk, Jersey Girl, The Kelly Gang (retelling of Ned Kelly saga with Heath Ledger, Geoffrey Rush, Rachel Griffiths, Naomi Watts and Legolas), The Last Samurai (newest Tom Crooze entry), The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Master and Commander, Matchstick Men (Ridley Scott's latest, with Nicolas Cage), Matrix Reloaded/Revolutions, Mystic River (Clint Eastwood's latest, with Sean Penn leading an impressive cast), Old School, Once Upon a Time In Mexico, The Recruit, Spider (new Cronenberg...woo-hoo!!!), Spy Kids 3, Terminator 3, Wonderland, X2
    EDIT: One more...if the IMDb is to be trusted, we'll also see the newest film from Tim Burton this year: Big Fish. The story sounds great, and the cast is even better (Albert Finney, Ewan McGregor, Billy Crudup, Steve Buscemi, Jessica Lange, many more).
     
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    the matrix sequels, and intolerable cruelty. however, i dont like george clooney AT ALL, so i'm getting sick of the coen brothers casting him, however infrequently they do it.

    CJ
     
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    I'm really looking forward to the new Tim Burton, Anthony Minghella, and PIXAR films.
     
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    Is Bubba Ho-Tep really being released theatrically?

    ~T
     
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    Looking forward to Gods and Generals, Cold Mountain, X-Men 2, The Hulk, Kill Bill, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, and Intolerable Cruelty. Also, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Just finished reading the first series and found it quite entertaining. I'm curious to see if they'll change how the Invisible Man is introduced! One adaptation I won't be seeing is Dreamcatcher. Couldn't even finish the godawful book. King needs to hang it up before he repeats himself to death. Dumb and Dumberer? Is this what film comedy has come to? [​IMG]
     
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