Tom Greer (Bruce Willis) is a policeman who must investigate death’s of people who had been killed while plugged in and controlling their surrogate. The surrogate was killed, as was the person this was not supposed to be possible. It was supposed to be safer for the real person to go out with a surrogate in order for them to not get hurt or in any danger. A few twists and turns are in the plot to see who is trying to stop the world of surrogates and get people to really live again. I am not going to spoil the ending on who it was behind it all, see if you can figure it out when you go to see this film.
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3D seems to very much be the in thing at the movies at the moment. 2010 is scheduled to be jam-packed with plenty of 3D action, and still a few more to come over the rest couple of months in 2009.
Just had “The Final Destination” which was the first 3D movie I have seen at the cinema. The only reason I went to see it was because it was in 3D to be completely honest. I wonder how many more people took this approach?
In the UK we still have a film I am very much looking forward to opening next month “Up”. A new Pixar/Disney film, so it is very much on my really want to see list.
Also this Friday we have the release of the original “Toy Story” in 3D which is going to be just fantastic. As I already love it and it can only get better in 3D. Toy Story 2 is also due for release.
Then as a special Christmas treat we have Disney’s Christmas Carol, which I think just looks fantastic. Got to love Jim Carrey even if it is just his voice.
Also around Christmas time we have “Avatar” which does look very cool, as I saw the trailer for it in 3D while seeing The Final Destination. So for the rest of this year we do have a few 3D movies to really look forward too.
So far for next year we have seven 3D films to look forward too. Beauty and the Beast in 3D, Alice in Wonderland (which I have to admit that I had no idea would be in 3d, but I am now more excited for this film), Shrek Forever After, How To Train Your Dragon, Hubble, Tron Legacy and Toy Story 3.
I think for 2010, I am most looking forward to Toy Story 3 and Alice in Wonderland.
What are everyone’s thoughts on 3D movies?
This has to be one of my favorite and most watched films ever. Just because I used to watch it so much when I was little when it first came out and still love watching it now. It still manages to make me smile and laugh, even though I do know all of the words and even tone in which the words are said. Yes that has to help describe my love for this film. I am always shocked to hear if someone has not seen this film as I always just assume that everyone has.
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Three more poster’s have been released for New Moon. I really cannot wait to see this film, it can’t come quick enough.
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Just come across another poster for “The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus”. I think I like this poster the best (so far) and think it really catches the craziness which is shown in the trailer for the movie. It really is building up suspense for the release, I for one cannot wait til it comes out.
Remember . . . Remember my name !!!
But other than the three actor’s I already knew before going into this film, those being Megan Mullally, Kelsey Grammer and Bebe Neuwirth . . . I don’t think I will remember there names. Don’t get me wrong that may seem a strange starting with the review in a negative manner when I did still quite enjoy the film. It was far from perfect and had flaws, but a new generation and obviously more modern version.
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Rob Marshall has been announced as the new director of the 4th POTC film. This seems to have started rumours that Johnny Depp will drop out of the project and therefore to Captain Jack Sparrow. I do not know how true that is, but will POTC be able to work without Captain Jack? I really do not think it could.
Whats everyone else’s view?