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Old 06-07-2007, 03:59 PM   #61
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but John Hurt's gonna be in it.
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No Sean Connery
John Hurt


I must say, I hope this isn't going to be like Star Wars part 2. That is to say, there's all this hype and buildup surrounding it, I hope it's going to be able to live up to the already astronomical expectations.
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Old 06-07-2007, 08:13 PM   #63
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I think it will as long as George Lucas isn't involved in any directing or dialogue revision.

I have faith this movie will be good.
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I just hope there is no CG in it. Real stunts, real scenes, or this movie could be a bust. Well, for purists anyway.
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Old 06-07-2007, 08:17 PM   #65
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The only CG-heavy film I can remember Spielberg doing was War of the Worlds, which wasn't all that bad.

It seemed like a movie I would've rather seen James Cameron do.

Back on topic, the thrill and fun of this series comes from how real everything is. I think Spielberg and to some extent Lucas know this, and will stick to a less-CG heavy movie.
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Sean Connery won't be in the film.



http://www.cnn.com/2007/SHOWBIZ/Movi....ap/index.html


Noooooooooo!!!
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Old 06-07-2007, 09:44 PM   #67
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I think it will as long as George Lucas isn't involved in any directing or dialogue revision.

I have faith this movie will be good.
Well, Lucas will have final say on the script along with Spielberg, so he'll definitely have his stamp on it, but something tells me because he's not the one actually writing it that it will be good.
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I like how nice he was about saying he wouldn't be in it thought. I mean, in the end I guess we all just have to come to terms with the fact that he's getting old . But I like that he said having Harrison as a son is a good thing
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No Sean Connery? Too bad. So is Indiana's father not a part of this movie at all, or did they get another actor ?
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No Sean Connery? Too bad. So is Indiana's father not a part of this movie at all, or did they get another actor ?
I hope not...you absolutely cannot replace Sean Connery in that role
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The only CG-heavy film I can remember Spielberg doing was War of the Worlds, which wasn't all that bad.
A.I. and Minority Report both had a fair amount of CGI.
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A.I. and Minority Report both had a fair amount of CGI.
To me, A.I. is a Kubrick movie that Spielberg finished.

I also like to pretend Minority Report never happened. You hear me? Never happened.

Jurassic Park may also be considered CG-heavy, but unlike the Star Wars prequels, it was used as a "special" effect. Not in every scene.
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In the end I feel A.I. had more Spielberg in it than Kubrick, but that's really impossible to know for sure.

And what's so bad about Minority Report? It's probably in my top 10 sci-fi flicks.
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Minority Report.

i think Spielberg is on record as saying that this movie is going to be pretty old school.
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The ending of A.I. screams Spielberg to me, but I definitely felt the Kubrick slant throughout most of it.

I just didn't like it. I don't know what it was, maybe I saw it too long ago and have a different opinion now. I remember watching it and hoping it was better than it turned out to be. I should re-watch it sometime then.

I guess it goes back to watch I said in your thread about The 3 Most Anticipated Movies, I haven't been impressed with Post-Saving Private Ryan Spielberg other than Munich.
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