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Old 07-29-2007, 12:59 AM   #196
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Lincoln and Interstellar I believe (co-written by the Nolan bros. )
Just Jonah Nolan actually. But he's the real writing talent anyway. Interstellar is going to be mindblowing. The closed thing to that type of sci-fi Spielberg has ever done was Close Encounters of the Third Kind....and that movie is a classic. I'd imagine he'll be using Cameron's stereoscopic techniques as well. It's pretty much a given, with the worm-hole concepts and all.
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Saw this tonight.

Fucking fantastic
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Just Jonah Nolan actually. But he's the real writing talent anyway. Interstellar is going to be mindblowing. The closed thing to that type of sci-fi Spielberg has ever done was Close Encounters of the Third Kind....and that movie is a classic. I'd imagine he'll be using Cameron's stereoscopic techniques as well. It's pretty much a given, with the worm-hole concepts and all.


Will this be Spielberg's first foray into the 3D format as well? I know he's one of the big proponents for that new 3D format along with Cameron and this looks like the best project to use it on.

Well... I want to see some 3D Lincoln, too, bitches.
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It's not confirmed he'll be filming is HD Digital Stereo, but I can't imagine a better first-step than Interstellar.
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Wayne, why does it say Banned under your name?
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Oh My God.

I saw it last night, and it was woeful. One of the worst movies I have EVER seen, and my hopes wern't high going into it.

My main point of contentions.

The acting was mental. One moment you had people swearing and lots of adult humour and stuff, and then the next moment it was dumbed down and kid like and stupid. Completely bi polar.

I could not stand Sam, and there is no way that that Megan Fox is 1. high school age 2, would ever put up with someone as retarded as Sam and their dialogue was awkward and totally unrealistic and uhm a FOCAL POINT OF THE FILM? Was it call 'The awkward ugly boy meets some not that hot girl movie' or Transformers?

When didn't even get to see the transformers other then one baddy one until 30 minutes into the movie. The introductions were rushed, not enough back story and fun with them. They seemed dopey not hardcore alien transformers as they should be

the action was way to fast, cgi was good, but just waaaaaay too fast

and what is with all the slow motion tracts and the "top gun" shots walking to the planes.

im glad i didn't have to pay for it or i would have been pissed!
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and what is with all the slow motion tracts and the "top gun" shots walking to the planes.

That's classic Michael Bay. Those shots are in every one of his movies.

Guess this is one of those movies you either love or hate. Your criticisms were all well-founded. And yet. . .for some bizarre reason. . .I loved it anyway.

even, paid to see it.

Twice.

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ah well

its our uniqueness that makes us us! hehehe
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The funniest parts for me was when the FBI went to the house and all panic broke loose and the 'earthqueake' bit
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