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Flixster, oh Flixster *sigh* You eat my soul.
so long Flixster friends, after several accounts and so many years they've finally called it a day. with bugs galore and glitches a plenty, i suppose there's no money in community, in order to fix them all.
shall we meet again? I can't get anything to work on Rotten Tomatoes using the same log-in details, and money grabbing flixster is just a perpetually revolving loading image.
*sigh* flixster, yes indeed, you really do eat my soul.
Actually, really great. They made Tron accessible. When i was a kid, Tron was the probably the strangest movie I had ever seen, and it seemed to go on forever. This was very likeable, and I think the soundtrack by Daft Punk is SO good, really adds to the atmosphere of the electronic world. I was very surprised with this! Amazing visual effects too!
Absolutely do not understand the hate for this one. I didn't see it when it was released because i was ill, but i'm glad that i've been able to watch it in my own time without all of the egg throwing going on. Just what is so bad about this? Sure, i think Disney got their hopes up and probably shouldn't have banked so much on a Western of a property that nobody under a certain age would know too much about, but overall i think they've created a really great movie. It is a little too long, but i'm pretty sure when i was a kid a Western = long and possibly incredibly boring. I love the visuals and the train set pieces. The acting is largely great, and although Johnny Depp is pretty entertaining i'd say that Armie Hammer & Tom Wilkinson are a lot more interesting to watch. What more does anybody want from a blockbuster? Pretty sure y'all just jumping on the "hate on Depp" bandwagon. The musical score is great, the costumes are beautiful, Helena Bonham Carter isn't that big of a part and has quite an amusing role but nothing overbearing apart from the awful try at a southern accent. This feels very much like a Pirates of the Caribbean movie in the way it plays out, in the way it sort of goes on for longer than it really should, so what were y'all expecting?