2001 Movie your looking forward to watching...greenspun.com : LUSENET : 15shillings : One Thread
Okay... this year it seems that there a ton of movies coming out that are worth watching... such films as Pearl Harbor, Final Fantasy, ect... My question is... what movie(s) are you most interested in seeing this summer and why?
-- Jon Leggett (Jon5k@hotmail.com), May 23, 2001
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back--Just to see how Big Kev pulls off the big wrap-up to the Jersey flicks...
A.I.--It's either going to be the best sci-fi flick since Star Wars or it'll suck harder than Battlefield Earth.
Evolution--It looks damn funny. Ghostbusters meets Men In Black.
Tomb Raider--According to two kindergarteners I overheard at Books-A-Million, it's pronounced "TUM" Raider, not "TOOM" Raider. Stupid us, eh?
Planet of the Apes--The best remake we'll see for a while. (Sorry, folks, but Rollerball is going to suck ass--in a bad way, not in the good way that the original did.)
That'll whet our appetites for Harry Potter and The Fellowship of the Ring...
-- Jeremy (email@example.com), May 23, 2001.
Memento... That's the one that tells the story backwards, right? Could be interesting...
-- Jeremy (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 15, 2001.
I still need to see Shrek... I'm looking forward to Final Fantasy as well. Then of course there is America's Sweethearts... with John Cusack and that chick from Pretty Woman...
-- Jon (email@example.com), May 23, 2001.
This summer actually looks really boring. Right now, I want to see Memento. It looks way, way, way too überl33t to exist. Plus, like any red-blooded anime geek, I wanna see Final Fantasy, even though I must admit the series has only one high point. But all the boring, pop action/comedy movies (Pearl Harbor, American Pie 2, Tomb Raider) look really bad. Scary Movie 2 might be amusing. And I do want to see Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. What we need is for Peter Jackson to drop working on the Lord of the Rings movies, since they'll suck anyways, and do a sequel to Dead Alive, one more like Night of the Living Dead, but on a grander scale, where everyone's a zombie and they're all throughout the whole town. It'd be so old-school.
-- J'sang'spar (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 25, 2001.
Well, since we are past summer now, I'll tell you that the one I wanted to see and was definately not dissappointed on was A Knights Tale. The one I'm most looking forward to seeing in the fall/winter is Harry Potter. It is either going to be awsome, or really dissappoint me.
-- Boojum (email@example.com), September 06, 2001.