I heard some people talk of a Director's Cut, but I suspect it might just be the EU Theatrical Cut (although I heard someone speak of an alternate ending available on the DVD too). I kinda wanna check it out. I loved the "noise" the machines made, and coming straight from Red Faction: Guerrilla to the use of a fireman's axe in the movie was pretty awesome.
Just watched the anime movie "Summer Wars"
It's directed by the same person who did "The Girl Who Leapt Through Time" (which is quite possibly one of my top favorites amongst releases from this decade)
It was pretty nice in many ways.
I could've done without the furries amongst the main characters' avatars and the "rare item" scene was just totally out of place and way too flashy/overdone
I heard some people talk of a Director's Cut, but I suspect it might just be the EU Theatrical Cut (although I heard someone speak of an alternate ending available on the DVD too). I kinda wanna check it out.
Nice... though, I wasn't aware that PAL regions recieved a different "cut". *investigates*
I loved the "noise" the machines made
I have to fully agree. Most specifically, I enjoyed watching/listening to the machine(s) at the 7-eleven.
Just to clear the fact some fact's this is a full length Independent Movie and it was made by BMB Finishes it's plot is The Ocarina of Time but there are acupple of things that were changed and rushed but nothing to go all crazy about considering the fact this is a Independent Movie the Actors were also just as good but the one's who really stood out from the rest were Hannah Fierman (Princess Zelda) and Adam Boyer (Ganondarf) they both played there charaters pritty well im not say the rest of the cast were crap they were good but just did not stand out but to me this film is good it's good I've waited over 3 years to see this film and I was not disopointed 89%
Do I reckonmend this film to anyone yes if you are Zelda fan or an Independent Movie film maker or fan aswell just to see how theres people have ben able to pulled off and knowing how hard it is to make it's quiet amazeing.
I caught Bad Santa on TV last night. I'd never seen it before. I thought it quite good.
My brother got me a DVD for Christmas, of a film called 'Hercules Returns'. Here's the summary from wiki...
Film buff Brad, quits his job and decides to set up and re-open the Picture Palace, a disused cinema, to show classic old films in the old-fashioned style. As a gimmick he chooses the last picture that the cinema featured, Hercules, Samson and Ulysses. When the print arrives at the grand gala opening it is in unsubtitled Italian. This calls for desperate measures and Brad, his projectionist Sprocket and his publicist Lisa are forced to improvise voice overs for the entire film with hilarious results.
It was a bit juvenile in places, but I must admit it had me laughing in fits.
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