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« Reply #3720 on: June 01, 2014, 02:24:02 PM »

I noticed Journey To The West at the store this week and decided to give it a shot, because it's the latest movie by Stephen Chow, who made Kung Fu Hustle, which I love.  This one is an adaptation of a classic Chinese book (first published in 1592, so pretty freaking classic), and it's about a young monk who is trying to help people by vanquishing demons.  However, he doesn't want to beat the demons into submission, the way other demon hunters do, but rather remind them of the good in them from back when they were people.  Dangerous methods, but luckily, there is a female demon hunter who saves him (whether he likes it or not) by kicking demon butt when things don't work his way.

I didn't love it as much as Kung Fu Hustle, but it's still quite good.
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« Reply #3721 on: June 01, 2014, 03:57:22 PM »

sawr Xmen DOFP yesterday, oh boy

Ruled hard. Never thought I'd say this but... needed more quicksilver
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« Reply #3722 on: June 01, 2014, 05:08:58 PM »

sawr Xmen DOFP yesterday, oh boy

Ruled hard. Never thought I'd say this but... needed more quicksilver
This, 10000 times. That kid sold Quicksilver.
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« Reply #3723 on: June 01, 2014, 07:29:07 PM »

In lieu of band practice, we all went to see X-men: Days of Future Past for my drummer's birthday. 

It was fantastic.  And I agree, I wanted more Quicksilver.  The best scene was
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Quicksilver going nuts in the Pentagon's galley.  We were all laughing hysterically.
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« Reply #3724 on: June 02, 2014, 07:08:06 AM »

I noticed Journey To The West at the store this week and decided to give it a shot, because it's the latest movie by Stephen Chow, who made Kung Fu Hustle, which I love.  This one is an adaptation of a classic Chinese book (first published in 1592, so pretty freaking classic), and it's about a young monk who is trying to help people by vanquishing demons.  However, he doesn't want to beat the demons into submission, the way other demon hunters do, but rather remind them of the good in them from back when they were people.  Dangerous methods, but luckily, there is a female demon hunter who saves him (whether he likes it or not) by kicking demon butt when things don't work his way.

I didn't love it as much as Kung Fu Hustle, but it's still quite good.
O_o Did you start talking about a different movie in the middle of that paragraph? Because early Dragonball sounds more like Journey to the West than that adaptation if you didn't.
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« Reply #3725 on: June 02, 2014, 10:26:00 AM »

Nope, that's all about the same movie.  It's a pretty loose, comedic adaptation.

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If I read the wikipedia article correctly, I'd guess this works as a prequel to the novel, because he's all alone until the very end.
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« Reply #3726 on: June 02, 2014, 09:11:33 PM »

sawr Xmen DOFP yesterday, oh boy

Ruled hard. Never thought I'd say this but... needed more quicksilver

He's going to be in the next movie.
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« Reply #3727 on: June 02, 2014, 11:03:14 PM »

I also was pleasantly surprised that Quicksilver was so entertaining. Never gave a rats ass about him in the comics:/ Great movie as well.
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« Reply #3728 on: June 06, 2014, 09:40:53 PM »

I was pretty disappointed with Maleficent. I thought they were going for sympathetic villain, and instead they went all the way to misrepresented/unknown hero. Just didn't really work for me.
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« Reply #3729 on: June 08, 2014, 12:09:02 AM »

Watching Star Trek: Into Darkness....

I have no idea how I will finish this. I'm not enjoying it at all...
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« Reply #3730 on: June 08, 2014, 07:20:53 AM »

Watching Star Trek: Into Darkness....

I have no idea how I will finish this. I'm not enjoying it at all...

I actually liked the first half, because they progressed logically from what happened in the first movie.

Then halfway through, it all turned to crap.

I saw Oculus tonight. It was pretty good. Not amazing, but solid and enjoyable.
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« Reply #3731 on: June 08, 2014, 12:04:51 PM »

The beginning of Star Trek:ID is so terrible I can't believe it. I don't even have the internet endurance to discuss it.

The parts of the movie that ruled: Cumberbatch, special effects (but too many hull breaches and people getting sucked out into space. seriously they lost 1/2 their crew to hull breaches and falling to their death when the gravity failed but nobody gave a shit), Karl Urban as Bones


The new design for Enterprise is ugly as fuck. I still hate it.
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« Reply #3732 on: June 09, 2014, 07:05:28 AM »

Watched through all of the Godzilla movies I own over the weekend. Always fun to watch the King of Monsters wreck some havoc.
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« Reply #3733 on: June 09, 2014, 05:16:15 PM »

Finally got to X-men over the weekend. I agree with all of you, I wanted more Quicksilver. I liked the movie alot, but I thought the resolution was a little bit too easy and I am kind of annoyed at how this makes anything other than this and First Class completely obsolete now.
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« Reply #3734 on: June 09, 2014, 06:12:22 PM »

Considering that this and First Class were the two best X-men movies, I'm okay with cutting those losses and retconning.  Hey, it's not like comic books don't retcon all the freaking time, right? 
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