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Discussion in 'Testing' started by Steve Christou, Aug 27, 2002.
It will. Good stuff!
It's that time of year again Russ, your favorite movie month.
I skipped seeing Blade Runner 2049 on the big screen, American critics went nuts over it but one UK critic gave it 1 out of 5 and said it was too long, dull and boring and that was enough to put me right off. I'll wait for the blu-ray. Next film I see on the big screen is Thor Ragnarok. Eventually I'll only be watching comic book movies on the big screen. Sad innit?
(anyone remember a smiley that turned into a flapping bat? )
I'm skipping Blade Runner in the theaters as well. I'm sure I would like it fine. I'm good with blus. Wait long enough and you can usually pick them up for the cost of going to a theater.
I skip most thing in the theaters these days. that said, I am going to my first film fest next week, the local horror fest! All brand new films aside from a screening of the restored original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. I should say I'm PLANNING on going. two days in I might get tuckered out and bail haha. Middle age now, I don't know if my back and hips can stand 4 movies in a row in old theater seats.
Wahey! Thanks Mike. I thought it was also flapping it's wings, maybe I watched too many horror movies.
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Martine Beswick, Claudine Auger, Luciana Paluzzi
Haven't posted in a long time. Doing quite well and the current semester is great so far. In my ninth and tenth Digital Media class including History. (US History to 1865. Tons of stuff I did know and never knew about!) Went with my Momma to see BLADE RUNNER 2049 in cinemas and holy shit I loved it.
Lots of other random updates but of course I've been buying more Blu-rays and those pesky UHDs which are properly sourced from 4K. Here's my Letterboxd account thingy. So many movies seen and so many I want to see.
You fellas skipping Blade Runner: 2049 in lieu of an eventual home viewing are certainly free to do so, but I'd argue that a film like that is precisely the type of film you should see on the largest possible screen. I caught an IMAX viewing the weekend it premiered and it was a very enjoyable cinematic experience. Sonically and visually very involving. Really a film that takes advantage of the large screen format in terms of the scope of the world it envisions as a followup to the original film. It works well as a sequel and a semi-remake of the original. I'll definitely be revisiting it on Blu-ray myself when it streets.
There sure seems to be a lot of unpleasant after-taste in Hollywood these days. Ironically enough a chesterfield is another name for a sofa or (casting) couch.
I'm deep into the horror challenge again, and attending my first film fest! DEDFest, Edmonton's genre festival. Been good so far. Last night they showed Beyond Skyfall. Some of you may remember the original from a few years ago which was a rather lame Sci-Fi. This one was bananas, with alien invaders, giant monsters like in Pacific Rim, a couple guys from The Raid, you might want to check it out. Lots of fun!