Crimson Peak

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  1. Muffler

    Muffler Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone seen Howard's guest Guillermo Del Toro's movie Crimson Peak ? 68% on Rotten Tomatoes. He and Robin seem to like "the Strain" ...just wondering.


    "Musky but not pooney" Mr X
     
  2. ljc

    ljc fish sucks on the stick POTY Stern Forum Gold

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    At Larry inc. @LawyerLarry will not let us watch movies because it takes away from our goals. and we all are to busy with important things @ClintDagger is always on the course or seeking relationship advice. @tradioguy69 and @MrPPV are always on the hunt for new members and ladies. Also when your in Larry inc. reality is better and more amazing than any story they could put on the big or small screen. Not to say @EDDIEVRULZ and i wont pound a few beers and watch a game on occasion but like LL always says "when your Larry inc. your Larry inc. and everything else is for losers".
     
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    Mr Fantastic Found Nemo VIP

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    Saw it last week.

    Pointless, boring, predictable, and not scary at all. Some cool visuals, but nothing like you expect from Guillermo.

    Pass even when it shows up on cable in a few months.
     
  4. ClintDagger

    ClintDagger The REAL Nature Boy - Exec VP Larry, Inc Gold

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    Come on, "Crimson Peak"? You missed an obvious @zombiebutt reference there.
     
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    It's up there with Hellboy 2 as one of Del Toro's most anticipated / biggest disappointments.

    He's like George Lucas in that the bigger budget he has, the crappier the movie he makes.

    I didn't care for it. Thought Tom Hiddleston was great tho. He's a good actor.