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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvarez View Post
    I'm in the mindset of letting people enjoying what they want and not giving them crap for it.
    If I don't like it... I just don't read it or lament on what could have been or how terrible it is.
    If someone actually likes something, there's no need to crap all over it or wish it gone forever.
    If you aren't reading it or buying it it shouldn't bother you.

    Just how I see it.



    That's how it is with comics.
    At the end of the day status quo will always be restored.

    Whether that's a good or bad thing is up for debate.
    Agreed! But I do believe it is are duty as fan to be vocal about what works and what doesn't work and what we want and don't want. I don't expect them to do everything we command nor should they but I do expect them to always keep there ear to the ground and that's were we come in. I am a bit of a masochist so I can't judge or review anything without actually experiencing it with my own eyes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvarez View Post
    Aha my one problem with the movie actually is the ending.
    The transfusion stuff never made any sense to me.

    Other then that I just love everything about it.

    I love it too!

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    another one that doesn't hold up?

    "The Last Starfighter"

    I saw that at least 5 times in the theater, and LOVED it.

    caught it recently on TV. . and ended up not being able to sit thru it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trevel8182 View Post
    Agreed! But I do believe it is are duty as fan to be vocal about what works and what doesn't work and what we want and don't want. I don't expect them to do everything we command nor should they but I do expect them to always keep there ear to the ground and that's were we come in. I am a bit of a masochist so I can't judge or review anything without actually experiencing it with my own eyes.
    Over the years I've come to terms with publishers and writers telling the stories they wanna tell.
    If I don't dig it, it's just not for me and I move on.

    Better than stressing out over your favorite character being "ruined" which I now think is impossible.
    To me ruined is just a angry way of saying "a take on the character I don't care for."
    I don't like being angry, so I guess that's why I have the mind set. lol

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    I love it too!
    You're good people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvarez View Post
    Aha my one problem with the movie actually is the ending.
    The transfusion stuff never made any sense to me.

    Other then that I just love everything about it.
    The thing that upsets me about this movie is that it's a great story. That's underserved by the budget and editing. And also the inexperience of some of the actors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespianphryne View Post
    The thing that upsets me about this movie is that it's a great story. That's underserved by the budget and editing. And also the inexperience of some of the actors.
    With the amount of Horror Movies I have watched over the years, it might as well be Oscar material.
    This is what I get for being raised on Full Moon and Troma films.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alvarez View Post
    With the amount of Horror Movies I have watched over the years, it might as well be Oscar material.
    This is what I get for being raised on Full Moon and Troma films.
    Don't get me started.

    Thought I'd check out The Quiet Ones based on the cast and the fact that it's based on an actual incident that had an interesting premise. Total boredom!

    Although, having seen some shit with parenting and divorce over the last few years, The Brood is still banging.

    There's that Oliver Reed connection, Condorman fans!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespianphryne View Post
    There's that Oliver Reed connection, Condorman fans!
    We will convert you! One of us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespianphryne View Post
    I just re-watched Near Dark yesterday.

    A partly good looking film, but so bad. I just couldn't deal.
    I like to double bill it with Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat. They seem to dovetail nicely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stony View Post
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    A whole lot more punchy, that's for sure. Not that that's a bad thing.

    I was pretty sure I never wanted to run into a drunken Reed in an alley somewhere. One scary basitche.
    'Dox out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thespianphryne View Post
    Don't get me started.

    Thought I'd check out The Quiet Ones based on the cast and the fact that it's based on an actual incident that had an interesting premise. Total boredom!

    Although, having seen some shit with parenting and divorce over the last few years, The Brood is still banging.

    There's that Oliver Reed connection, Condorman fans!
    The Quiet Ones was my last straw with the current exorcism trend going on right now. Such half assed effort being put into these things. It's almost shameful.

    We do need a lot more body horror.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    A whole lot more punchy, that's for sure. Not that that's a bad thing.

    I was pretty sure I never wanted to run into a drunken Reed in an alley somewhere. One scary basitche.
    http://youtu.be/TMku4dgBbVc

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    Quote Originally Posted by !Pharozonk! View Post
    Normally I would agree, but I hoped Superior Spider-man would fail because I saw it as an insult to Spider-man.
    I'm sorry, but that's dumb. It was a good story, a really good story, which is more than can be said for an awful lot of stories (and a lot of awful stories) featuring the real honest to gosh Peter Parker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ExcelsiorPrime View Post
    More than a few times what a critic likes stink and what they hate turns out to be decent.
    I agree with this


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    It's really about finding the critics that match up with your tastes.
    And more power to this

    Quote Originally Posted by Postmania View Post
    that was a good movie.

    This cartoon, on the other hand...
    The saddest thing is the potential this show had, big budget, a writer or two from the X-Men show of that era, even Steve Englehart wrote one of the episodes
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