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  1. CJ

    CJ Bronze Member Admin Top Poster

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    DustinDavis Well-Known Member

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    Cannot tell at all what will be the mood/type of this flick. But I loves me some Tyler Durden.
     
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    Denton Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    The mood reminded us of 2001. It looked and sounded terrific in IMAX. I will not say more at this time in hopes of avoiding spoilers.
     
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    Carl V Bronze Member Donor Top Poster

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    Just saw this. In IMAX.
    I think I posted about in another thread, about sequels.

    It’s a visually stunning film. SFX is good. Story is a rehash. Derivative. We’ve seen most of this film before. From mosquito coast to apocalypse now (heart of darkness) Etc etc etc even the father son relationship is tired old ground. If you watch all the available trailers and then go see the film you see there were a few scenes left on the cutting room floor. As if the editor and director were still trying to flesh out the storyline.
    And really what’s the point in the mayday scene. Other than jump startle shenanigans.

    We saw it in IMAX. it was entertaining. But just so.
     
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    Max Yokell Well-Known Member Top Poster

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    Bill Hunt was really down on this movie on Facebook. I was very surprised, basically said the best part of movie was Brad Pitt.
     
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    Ken McDaniel Well-Known Member

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    Not necessarily a bad thing.
     

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