What movie are you most looking forward to/least looking forward to?

This actually looks fun if a bit hammy

Hellboy 3 is the only acceptable answer for "most anticipated movie."

Blind_Evil wrote:

Hellboy 3 is the only acceptable answer for "most anticipated movie."

did that get green lit again? Last i heard it was shelved.

Blind_Evil wrote:

Hellboy 3 is the only acceptable answer for "most anticipated movie."

I would also accept "At the Mountains of Madness", if we're talking pipe dreams.

Tanglebones wrote:
Blind_Evil wrote:

Hellboy 3 is the only acceptable answer for "most anticipated movie."

I would also accept "At the Mountains of Madness", if we're talking pipe dreams.

That plus those last two posted, Hansel & Gretel and Stoker, and I think I could watch movies all day long!
I'd see H&G just to see "Hawkeye" again, still a good, silly action flick, sounds like fun.

Blind_Evil wrote:

Hellboy 3 is the only acceptable answer for "most anticipated movie."

Don't tease me like this. I loved Hellboy 2 so much. Just spent too much time on Google digging for Hellboy 3 news

Where has this thread been all my life?

I love me a good documentary.

this is part of a series and the first one was monday and i totally forgot about it

This may have already been posted in the thread but I don't have time to check and can't remember:

Hmmi can't see it but my amazingness found this link in the source of the page with a =1 at the end

Which appears to also be broken. Turns up nothing in the search either.

Soo, what was this mystery movie?

groan wrote:

Hmmi can't see it but my amazingness found this link in the source of the page with a =1 at the end

Which appears to also be broken. Turns up nothing in the search either.

Soo, what was this mystery movie?

I think this is what was meant to posted.

Tagging this in the old fashioned way.

I'm actually really interested in The Place Beyond the Pines. Hits near the end of March.

Looking forward to The World's End, the third movie in the unconnected Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz.

The premise seems to be an epic pub crawl that somehow becomes the last hope for mankind. Since I missed out on seeing the other two in theatres, this one is on my to see list towards the end of the year.

Yes was supposed to be the Knights of Badassdom. No idea what happened there.

Just watched the trailer.

A movie starring Tyrion Lannister, Abed and River Tam about LARPing and hunting a succubus.

Yeah I'll watch that.

ccesarano wrote:

Just watched the trailer.

A movie starring Tyrion Lannister, Abed and River Tam about LARPing and hunting a succubus.

Yeah I'll watch that.

Don't forget about Jason Stackhouse

I'd never even heard of this movie and just happened to click on the trailer. Might be one of the few I actually catch in the movie theater.

I will not be attending this movie. On a very long road trip to California, my family(and my sister's then fiance now husband) had an argument and after about an hour and a half we all came to the collective consensus that Space Death is the worst kind of death. This movie frightens me with its realistic portrayal of Space Death. No thank you.

Gravity strikes me as the space version of the movie about the couple who were floating in the water and eaten by sharks (can't remember the name). It kind of seems like it would be 90% boring, 10% sheer terror.

Of course, death like that in space would be horrible. Select your bad way to go, oxygen deprivation, thirst, or whatever bad things happen if your suit gets punctured.

Open Water.

Nevin73 wrote:

Gravity strikes me as the space version of the movie about the couple who were floating in the water and eaten by sharks (can't remember the name). It kind of seems like it would be 90% boring, 10% sheer terror.

Of course, death like that in space would be horrible. Select your bad way to go, oxygen deprivation, thirst, or whatever bad things happen if your suit gets punctured.

You wouldn't need to string it out. Take off your helmet. Game over.

Death by shark on the other hand, no thank you.

Wouldn't your head explode or freeze or something? I've never been clear on what happens with a suit puncture or if you get a hole in your visor? Do you get sucked out through the hole?

Nevin73 wrote:

Wouldn't your head explode or freeze or something? I've never been clear on what happens with a suit puncture or if you get a hole in your visor? Do you get sucked out through the hole?

You wouldn't explode. You would get bubbles forming in your body fluids, which would cause all sorts of problems. According to wikipedia you'd lose consciousness after about 10-15 seconds. You probably wouldn't freeze either. You're in a vacuum, so you're not losing heat via conduction or convection, just radiation. If you're in direct sunlight you might actually heat up, otherwise you'd cool down but slowly enough that it's probably not a major concern. The vacuum would kill you before the cold would.

Space death doesn't really seem so bad to me. Enjoy the view until your oxygen runs out, then take off your helmet. I can think of a lot of worse ways to die.

All I know is Denzel Washington and Marky Mark are making a buddy cop (agent?) movie with Bill Paxton as the villain.

Sometimes I'm just easy to please.

Nevin73 wrote:

Wouldn't your head explode or freeze or something? I've never been clear on what happens with a suit puncture or if you get a hole in your visor? Do you get sucked out through the hole?

Here you go; The SciShow did a youtube video on it.

Grenn wrote:

Open Water.

It really is boring and depressing and not fun to watch.

Quintin_Stone wrote:
Grenn wrote:

Open Water.

It really is boring and depressing and not fun to watch.

Very interesting idea, though. I watched the making of and apparently they would chum the waters in one area, then chum the waters at a point beyond the actors and just wait for them to swim underneath them to start filming the scene. Talk about dedicated to your craft. Every time you screw up a line, you gotta wait until the sharks are back underneath you.