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Old August 9 2013, 09:54 PM   #151
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Re: The Lone Ranger

No. The rest of the world isn't at all interested in our cowboys-and-Indians stuff. Cowboys & Aliens made even less internationally than in the States, and unlike a has-been such as the Lone Ranger, everyone knows who aliens are.
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Old August 10 2013, 12:26 PM   #152
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Here's my review on Flickering Myth. But given the savaging by critics I was expecting a train wreck, I have to say I enjoyed it a lot and I had the biggest grin on my face when the William Tell Overture kicked in.
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Old August 10 2013, 08:33 PM   #153
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How many times could they have made True Grit for the cost of this turkey?
But forget about any discerning audience,just go ahead and make another colossal roller-coaster dumbass action fest.
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Old August 11 2013, 02:13 PM   #154
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Here's my review on Flickering Myth. But given the savaging by critics I was expecting a train wreck, I have to say I enjoyed it a lot and I had the biggest grin on my face when the William Tell Overture kicked in.
But did you read the reviews before you went to see it? As you said it's been savaged by the critics so if you knew that going in your expectations were low. So perhaps all it could do was suprise you. The opposite is true if a film has rave reviews/hyped etc.. you can go in expecting a truely great film and be dissapoined.
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