Originally Posted by General Kenobi
Fortunately for me my son is deathly allergic to cats so I never have to suffer any in my home
I'm not even wasting my time with the political crap message coming from that movie. Really a shame too since D9 was so epic and the political message in that was fairly toned down.
I watched No One Lives yesterday, pretty solid flick. Very gory and entertaining although equally predictable but still worth a watch. The lead, Luke Evans is cast as Eric Draven in The Crow remake. I think he will be solid in that role.
Excellent. There wasn't much to his part in the Smaug Hobbit but maybe part three will be better for him.
Originally Posted by oink
FWIW and IMO, D9 had a much more strident political
Imagine a movie which takes place in America
and has people who are of color or gay or whatever is different from than the majority being locked up in concentration camps and tortured.
Elysium only really addresses the class and economic divide, which, of course, is a real thing.
However, the movie does it rather clumsily and detracts from the plot.
The effect makes the film a murky, hodge-podge affair that doesn't gel.
I am doing Elysium tonight. D9 was so much fun that there HAS to be something in this and hoping all the naysayers are just fuddy duddies or something. Pardon my French...
I know folks that absolutely hated D9 so here's to hoping...
Originally Posted by darthrsg
I got infractions for "fixing" a post once...
Yep, I imagine you have pushed the envelope more than a few times...
Originally Posted by BornSlippyZ
Does Terminator qualify? The machines just wanted every human dead on the planet.
+1, for a Terminator reference.
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