Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GoshGeeGolly, Jun 24, 2012.
Abe Lincoln movie.
Vampires, the Civil War, Blood, Silver
Jew broad. Kills draculas
this chic is in that movie....I think shes fuckin hot!!
Also shes the model,actress,entrepreneur beffie wishes she was.
Goes to show you that Hollywood is out of ideas but I'm an action junkie so I'll probably see it sooner or later.
reviews have been d's on average..for whatever that's worth
It's worth watching.
Not worth much in my opinion.
Most of the negative ones I saw at Rotten Tomatoes were acting like it was supposed to be some serious movie. I wonder what they were even thinking.
seems to me like most reveiews at rottentom and imdb are wannabe film students who need to go jump in a polluted lake.
They were supposed to make Pride and Prejudice with zombies. That could be really good if done right.
what if they did the new dumb and dumber with vampires??
how bout bill and teds gnarley vampire roadtrip??? maybe get nat lamp to combine it with vacation 5?? at some point they run into moe howard who didn't really die he just "turned" and they have to poke him in the eyes to get away.??
Would be nice. Or just dump them a lake full of starving barracudas.
Turns out the guy who wrote that one and "AL:VH" also sold the movie rights for his new book Unholy Night. Wonder which on of the two will come out first then.
it was watchable
yeah, with a 1000 papercuts.
one thing I always liked about Ebert and that other guys reviews were that they would look past some of the non technical and non "movie-making" cinematic stuff and just say it was fun or it was good for what it was or the niche it was geared towards.
everyone thinks thier opinion is the correct one these days and if you have a different one they want to try and shout you down or match "points" to try and convince you or others that they "know something".
movies and music and art/entertainment etc are all personal opinions. most of the shit I like many people think sucks. fuck em.
My sister inlaw has the book P&P&Z and I read some of it. It was kinda clever actually. If the movie was cast right it could be pretty decent.
Ebert tended to review movies for what they were. Was it a good horror movie? Good Drama? Good Comedy? Everything did not have to be gay cowboys eating pudding.
anything I can laugh at or suspend disbelief for a bit is ok with me.