Flynn - This is NOT the first time a company (in this case GMC) has paid big bucks to a film maker to put their name and/or logo into a movie. It's become pretty common, just not always so blatantly obvious.
Oh, and have you seen the new GMC commercials that ALSO use the Transformers ??
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Ginger and I LOVED it, but it sure was darker, as people had warned. Well worth the time and money to see it. I will definitely buy the DVD when it comes out.
Just re-saw Equilibrium tonight.
I'd forgotten how much of a blast it is, and how much I enjoyed it.
If you like a bit of sci-fi tossed in with action, go and watch this one. I gotta say, I enjoy it more than the original Matrix (and way more than the other two). Gun-kata rocks!
Subject: format conversions
don't see why it wouldn't take .avi and convert to a video_ts...
but every time I try it it ends up taking forever and never gives me good
So who here saw the Simpsons: m0vie?
I thought it was great. I'll probably see it again. It's like a good episode, but longer. Actualy it reminds me of a few episodes. I don't want to give anything away though.....
Anyone yet seen 'Hot Fuzz' ? It's from the guys who did 'Shaun of The Dead', and I've not seen it yet, so just wondering.... the reviews all look pretty good, and I loved SOTD, so I'll probably rent it.
Cool - think I'll pick that one up this weekend then.
Timothy Dalton - he really hasn't done too much since Bond, eh? I did enjoy him in 'The Living Daylights'.
Thu 02 Aug 2007 12:07:54 AM EDT from athos-mn@uncnsrd
I saw it - if you liked Shaun of the Dead, you'll like Hot Fuzz: same writers, same principal cast (both of which include Nick Pegg). Very british, very gory (although comic in nature and telegraphed well in advance), and you get to see something really icky happy to Timothy Dalton.