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Insidious was good.
Am I the only one who thinks it looks like an absolute travesty? FFS, Woman in Black is one of my favourite ghost stories EVER. It's already terrifying, and what is scariest is what you DON'T see. It looks to me like they've added loads and gone totally over the top.If a book isn't good enough for you, come up with your OWN F******PLOT. It's like Tim Burton doing Alice in Wonderland. Burton is basically a student of Carroll, he could have done the book brilliantly but he had to screw it upSorry, but to my mind this is like adding sparkly vampires to Harry Potter. Ie...doesnt work.
Book ≠ Film
Book ≠ FilmSo film companies should come up with their own scripts, instead of ruining other people's plots
What else is on there ? :) I need to start reading Game of Thrones...but rereading Percy Jackson is more fun at the momentLike I said, I hope I'm wrong. But the thread is in response to the advert, and I do think the advert makes it look like a train wreck. But fingers crossed it'll be good. Really hope so, I'd like to like it!
Meh...it was pretty good. I thought it could have been better. But it was good compared to most of the other crap, yes.
David heyman Again.Hell What?Exactly. Hell what? He isn't involved, you looney! :-)) Lord Stafford.
David heyman Again.Hell What?
The script you're reading is a fake.
The script you're reading is a fake.Okay, what script are you talking about?
Meh...it was pretty good. I thought it could have been better. But it was good compared to most of the other crap, yes.I thought the first 2/3rds of the film was utterly amazing, and while the last third got kind of silly, at least some genuinely awesome moments were still scattered about-- like the mannequin family and the daughter killing them with the shotgun. Absolutely brilliant the way that was directed and executed, like the mannequins not moving, but there are subtle signs of life like the father whistling while reading the newspaper and the mom ironing clothes. Then when Patrick Wilson hears the gunshot and walks back into the family room and you see the daughter with the shotgun and that twisted smile on her face... that was legitimately scary as hell. So yes, while the movie does get borderline silly in the third act, AT LEAST it still had some wonderful moments that you'd be hard pressed to find in horror these days.
Just showed my mom the trailer....I guess I'm seeing it alone.