Re: [RecRoom] Minor absurdity
- Ok. Now all I have to do is find the time to see it. (grins) I'll most likely take in a weekday matinee instead of the weekend or night.Thanks for all the comments, folks! =)BadgOn Mon, Jul 22, 2013 at 1:03 AM, Steve Pettit <kryslin@...> wrote:
Keep in mind that the theatre here in Creston doesn't normally run movies like this, and I had to drive to Des Moines to see it.
If I thought I could get away with it tomorrow, I'd drive there and go see it again!
So yes, go see it in a theatre; 2D or 3D, your choice (I chose 2D, 3D movies give me headaches). It is worth it.
On 7/21/2013 11:24 PM, MCEVOY NORMAN wrote:
See it in the theatre, totally worth it.
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From: "Hugh Miller" <b.dehautdessert@...>
Sent: Sunday, July 21, 2013 10:59:40 PM
Subject: Re: [RecRoom] Minor absurdity
Interestingly enough, I finally saw the Pacific Rim trailers last night and I got pretty excited too. Ck'd them out on Youtube. Going to see it, but maybe not in a theatre. Have not decided yet.
At the same time, I looked for Beyond: Two Souls, and WOW (!) for the first time ever I really wanted to buy a game! Unfortunately, it is PS3/4 only.
Out of curiosity I looked at The Last of Us as well, and man Oh man, another one I'm drooling for.....
Was quite a night--I surfed just about everything I could find on Youtube on the 3 above. I even did some 30+ minute videos on Beyond and Last. I'm sick and tired of Somalia by this point (Beyond) but I'm thinking about looking at a 1.5 hour Beyond that showed up on Youtube as well. Pretty cool concept in Beyond--you follow the heroine thru 15 years of her life and countless other missions as well.
Ella Peel and William Dafoe are the stars in it....whew....
On Sun, Jul 21, 2013 at 9:54 PM, Steve Pettit < kryslin@... > wrote:
I have seen Pacific Rim...
and IT IS AWESOME!
The story is one we're all familiar with - Monster from Space Invade Earth. Earthlings rise to the challenge, and overcome huge obstacles to win the day, after great sacrifice.
What most live action films lack is anime pacing and style, Which Pacific Rim has. Guillermo Del Toro does not dissappoint.
This movie was the most fun I've had all year, and worth every cent I paid to see it.
If you're a mecha nut, go see it! If you're a kaiju fan, go see it! Even if you like a good action film, GO SEE IT!
(And the film is dedicated to Ichiro Honda and Ray Harryhausen, which is waaay cool, too!)
On 12/16/2012 3:26 PM, Steve Pettit wrote:
Like Giant Monsters?
Like Giant Robots?
Like Giant Monsters fighting Giant Robots?
Here you go :
Coming in 2013. I think I'll go see this. :)