I'm looking around for places to download the content. Currently I'm downloading all the audio reviews off pirate bay and I'll be seeding for a while once I'm done.Any other places for the podcasts? I'm mostly concerned with ACOCO, especially the…See More
Who the hell is this supposed to appeal to in the first place...?
My guess is that people are gonna be suckered in to going to a Spider-man musical, I mean who would ever think that would be a reality? But then slowly and surely word will spread that it's absolute shiite on a crusty roll. The producers are really banking on the imagination of Taymour (who I personally do not like) will be enough to give the musical its own voice. But then again, maybe certain things should never ever be made.
I know how much you hate M. Night Shyamalan for screwing up Avatar The Last Airbender (2010) so I hope you enjoy this extremely funny YouTube.com video called No One Likes M. Night Shyamalan:
Shinigami64 you will be glad to know that I changed my movie critical opinion on Avatar The Last Airbender (2010) because I realised that the key to the failure of Avatar The Last Airbender (2010) is M. Night Shyamalan's dishonesty with the animated television show and very poor effort with his movie screenplay and his movie directing and that makes everything else in Avatar The Last Airbender (2010) terrible.
Overall Avatar The Last Airbender (2010) is a very disappointing and dishonest movie apaptation with very poor effort by M. Night Shyamalan in terms of his movie screenplay writing and his movie directing.
" I have an ear-to-ear smile for any attempt to bring this movie to people's attention. It is awesome, and more people should see/own it!!!
My friends actually have a great idea for a sequel too... "
Thanks for commenting, Shinigami64. Leslie Vernon is the movie that SHOULD have been in theatres, instead of lackluster trash like Friday the 13th. Fell in love with this pic, and would LOVE a sequel that plays with traditional slasher sequel convictions.
Scream did the same thing, but i think it was mocking slasher convictions instead of embracing them(imho).