Which Fall 2012 movies are you most interested in seeing?

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30 Jul 2012, 6:02 pm

These are the movies due this fall I'm interested in seeing:

The Words
Finding Nemo 3D
The Master
Hotel Transylvania
Looper
Frankenweenie
Taken 2
Pitch Perfect
Argo
Cloud Atlas
Chasing Mavericks
Flight
Wreck-It Ralph
Skyfall
Lincoln
Anna Karenina


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30 Jul 2012, 6:44 pm

The one I am really looking forward to is Les Miserables.



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30 Jul 2012, 6:56 pm

Hotel Transylvania and Wreck-It Ralph.

Hotel Transylvania - I've always wanted to see a vampire in the role of a loving father!

Wreck-It Ralph - You wouldn't believe how many days I had the phrase "I'M GONNA WRECK IT!" stuck in my head after seeing the trailer.



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30 Jul 2012, 9:10 pm

Wreck It ralph

Anna Karenina (watched an older version in the past and it was good)

A movie about campaigning with Will Farrell (looks pretty silly and forgot the name)

Any movie not too silly 8)


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31 Jul 2012, 4:45 am

Gazelle wrote:
Wreck It ralph

Anna Karenina (watched an older version in the past and it was good)

A movie about campaigning with Will Farrell (looks pretty silly and forgot the name)

Any movie not too silly 8)


That Will Farrell movie looks like it has potential.


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02 Aug 2012, 9:19 pm

Rise of the Guardians is the only film I may actually go to the theater for.

Others I'll probably wait for video: Wreck It Ralph, Frankenweenie, Lincoln, The Hobbit



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03 Aug 2012, 3:56 pm

Brave, Ted and the Katy Perry one.


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05 Aug 2012, 2:49 am

MONKEY wrote:
Brave, Ted and the Katy Perry one.

Brave is a really good movie. Some parts made me laugh, and others made me cry.



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05 Aug 2012, 6:09 am

Hotel Transylvania. I like the idea of this one.

Dracula: "I do not say, bleh-bleh-bleh!'" :lol:


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05 Aug 2012, 10:56 am

i'm not sure when it will eventually come out, but i have been looking forward to a remake of "the martian chronicles" for decades now.



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05 Aug 2012, 2:18 pm

Ted and Brave



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05 Aug 2012, 2:51 pm

Judge Dredd

Cloud Atlas



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06 Aug 2012, 3:58 am

Even though I wasn't that impressed when I first learned about it, Frankenweenie is starting to grow on me. I've done more research on the characters and it really seems like it could potentially become one of my interests. It's got Tim Burton's signature style written all over it, which is great because he's my favorite director. Plus it's stop-motion animation and a story that he came up with himself, so how wrong could it possibly go?



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06 Aug 2012, 1:59 pm

^^
If you want to get yourself more prepared for Frankenweenie, there is also ParaNorman,
which opens one week from this Friday.

{I'm looking forward to seeing ParaNorman because the animation was done by
a studio based in Oregon, which is great because another animation studio should try to give PIXAR
a run for their money, even though I'm a big fan of PIXAR's work, except Cars and Cars 2 of course.}


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06 Aug 2012, 3:42 pm

IdahoRose wrote:
Even though I wasn't that impressed when I first learned about it, Frankenweenie is starting to grow on me. I've done more research on the characters and it really seems like it could potentially become one of my interests. It's got Tim Burton's signature style written all over it, which is great because he's my favorite director. Plus it's stop-motion animation and a story that he came up with himself, so how wrong could it possibly go?


That sounds good. I like his stop-motion work. 8)


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07 Aug 2012, 5:39 am

KyleTheGhost wrote:
IdahoRose wrote:
Even though I wasn't that impressed when I first learned about it, Frankenweenie is starting to grow on me. I've done more research on the characters and it really seems like it could potentially become one of my interests. It's got Tim Burton's signature style written all over it, which is great because he's my favorite director. Plus it's stop-motion animation and a story that he came up with himself, so how wrong could it possibly go?


That sounds good. I like his stop-motion work. 8)

So do I. As a matter of fact, I haven't met anyone who has seen Nightmare Before Christmas and Corpse Bride and didn't like them. They are widely considered to be among Burton's best films, alongside Beetlejuice and Edward Scissorhands (which weren't stop-motion films, but were still his own original stories). I'm hoping that Frankenweenie will follow in all of their footsteps and prove to everyone that Burton still knows how to make great movies. I mean, don't, get me wrong - I have supported him in nearly everything he's done, but the sour taste in my mouth left by Dark Shadows rattled my belief that Tim Burton is the world's best director a little bit. Anyway, I predict that Frankenweenie may turn out to be similar to Edward Scissorhands, since both of them were based on Frankenstein and Burton prefers bittersweet endings rather than happy ones. It would be kind of funny to go into the theater with my friend and a bunch of parents with their kids with all of us hoping to see a zany movie about an adorable zombie dog - only to have all of us come out of the theater crying at the end. In a way, I almost hope that's what happens - I prefer movies that move me emotionally compared to ones that leave the status quo alone.

Sorry for rambling; I'm very sleep-deprived but still have a strong desire to discuss my interests. Not such a good combination. :lol: