Drop on in to the Pun's House Cineplex and catch a flick or two. Sorry, but you'll have to bring your own popcorn. If you find a full movie that you enjoy (Hulu is a great resource), feel free to post it.
I read about this in EW and wasn't impressed but the trailer looks pretty cool.
Yeah, that was my original reaction... I thought, meh, another attempt at a summer blockbuster, and this time, the story can't hold up. But everything I read since I saw this trailer last night has me hyped.
I know I'm coming months too late to this thread, but I'm wondering if anyone out there read King's newest 'Duma Key'? I've been hearing pretty mixed reviews about it, and was wondering if it's worth the read.
My wife and I started TiVoing it this season, and I have to agree that it's as bad as it was the last time I tried to watch it. This week Laser Cats was worth a laugh just because of the stupidity, but other than that there wasn't anything positive. the stuff Walken was in was so forced, and Panic at the Disco sounded horrible. They even re-ran the "Annual" commercial from a couple weeks ago. It wasn't that funny then, and it was even less fun this week.
I mean stomach bursting zombie elves in space wearing spikes in a thunderdome being fought by a British secret agent gladiator! That's the best idea I have of what this movie actually is! I have to know!
I'll tell you right now... your imagined scenario is SO much more interesting than what Doomsday actually it. Orders of magnitude greater.
Last time I watched Survivor was when Elizabeth Hassleback was on it, and that's only because I totally thought she was hot, but alas she settled for a backup quarterback instead of a fine citizen such as my self.
The Cure is an awesome band, and they're an awesome live band. Like Punker said, they've never stopped selling out arenas, even in the last decade when they haven't had big hits. I think they've only had one album come out in the last 7 years - the self titled one (which is good, but not great BTW).
They not only headlined festivals in So Cal, including Coachella about 3 years ago. Soon after, they put togetheir their very own touring festival that they headlined (simply called Festival), with a bunch of smaller up and coming bands. They FILLED small stadiums.
I've seen them 4 times all of them in the 2000s, and every time it's been in a venue that holds at least 15,000.
It's not just the relevance, though. It's a testament to how good of a live band they are.
To me, this is eerily like when Brandon Lee died. Except his was a total accident (as far as anyone knows) and it really, really sucked. This was a guy with obvious mental issues O.D.'ing on pain pills. Still, they both wore facepaint in their movies and both died before the release of their movies. That's how they're alike!