FormerBondFan wrote:Better than the first two but I see no chemistry between Shia and the new female lead.
Mazer Rackham wrote:There was chemistry in the first two???
Kristatos wrote:Finally watched the Watchmen, on the film's network TV premiere last night. The people who advised me to stick to the comics were right.
What was different in the DC? I can't remember if I watched it. I enjoyed most of Watchmen except the ending was not as good as the rest of it.stockslivevan wrote:I thought WATCHMEN was wonderful, particularly the director's cut.
Omega wrote:What was different in the DC? I can't remember if I watched it. I enjoyed most of Watchmen except the ending was not as good as the rest of it.stockslivevan wrote:I thought WATCHMEN was wonderful, particularly the director's cut.
stockslivevan wrote:Never saw the theatrical, all I know is that someone pointed that the added scenes truly added to the story and characters.
stockslivevan wrote:I never read the comic, so I can't say. Still I found it pretty enjoyable. Someone on another forum pointed out that the best sequence was the title credits because that was one of the few times Snyder worked with his imagination based on said events rather than using the comic strip as a storyboard.
Kristatos wrote:The Golden Voyage of Sinbad was on TV earlier this afternoon. I hadn't seen it in a long time, Ray Harryhausen at his finest. Tom Baker as the villain (in the role that got him the part of The Doctor), Caroline Munro as the love interest, Martin Shaw as the comedy relief (Edit: oops, no he wasn't, he played a member of Sinbad's crew. The comedy relief guy had a curly perm like Doyle's, but wasn't him) and (I didn't know this until I looked up the film on Wikipedia) an uncredited cameo from Robert Shaw as the Oracle of All Knowledge. Add to that a screenplay by the great Brian Clemens and a Miklos Rosza score and you have a surprising array of talent for what was actually a low-budget movie.
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