EDIT: Yeah, what is up with the international release dates recently? The world gets Iron Man 3 a week before the U.S., and it looks like the same thing will happen for Star Trek Into Darkness, too. I find that a bit odd, seeing as how J.J. Abrams and Bad Robot are so strict about spoilers "leaking" out...
Here in Australia we are used to getting movies 'way' late.Sometimes stuff is held over for months. Thankfully that only happens rarely now, I'm guessing they are trying to stop a bit of torrenting!TV is the biggest problem for me! Just try to keep yourself spoiler-free for Game of Thrones or Walking Dead while just randomly browsing the internet :dry: However, it does always seem a little strange when I see something before it's out in the U.S.Nice... but strange
TV is the biggest problem for me! Just try to keep yourself spoiler-free for Game of Thrones or Walking Dead while just randomly browsing the internet :dry:
Ugh yes, +1.Although I'm willing to forgive the Americans for wanting to watch their TV shows first (though 6 months to a year later is a bit harsh!)
I finally got round to catching up on The Walking Dead, but I'm now getting woefully behind on Game of Thrones. I really need to watch them as Sky are due to upgrade my box shortly & I'll lose them all! There just aren't enough hours in the day! :wacko: Commando - 8/10This for me is Arnie at his best, it doesn't matter that I've watched film possibly 100 times or more, I still watch it every time it's on & pretty much quote every line. It's stupidly over the top, devoid of any real story & full of cheesy one liners like; "Don't wake my friend he's DEAD tired" & "Remember, Sully, when I promised to kill you last?... I lied!"Ace Ventura: Pet Detective - 7/10After finding out the girlfriend had never seen this, we decided we would watch this & I would educate her on a comedy master-class that was Jim Carrey's earlier movies. And although people can't stand him, I actually still really like this movie. For obvious reasons it has dated a little & I'm not sure she enjoyed it as much as I did, but on the plus side, now when I quote "Like a glove", the girlfriend at least understands where it comes from now!
Star Trek Into Darkness: 8/10Action-packed Abrams space-romp. In a similar vein to the previous one, so if you enjoyed that you're likely to enjoy this. Benedict Cumberbatch steals the show naturally, though Zachary Quinto does some great Spock-running.. Sporunning.. Sprunning.
Am I the only one that really felt Chris Pine stole the show?Also, excellent movie. A great and worthy, fun, funny, action-packed sequel to a first film of the same caliber. 9/10.
Am I the only one that really felt Chris Pine stole the show?
Clue 6/10 Goofy, funny, silly and sometimes pretty smart. A decent popcorn flick.
Clue is definitely a good time, but if you enjoyed that, I'd recommend checking out Murder By Death. It's a similar conceit, but it's a little smarter, less slapstick, and it's written by Neil Simon and stars Peter Sellers, Alec Guinness, David Niven, Peter Falk, and Truman Capote, among others. Also stars Eileen Brennan, just like Clue!
Also, without going into too much detail, whomever edited the trailers is a master of the mislead.
Star Trek Into Darkness - 8/10Absolutely loved the ending. Cumberbatch is God, and so on.
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