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In Topic: Michael Giacchino's Star Trek Into Darkness

Today, 02:37 PM

Sadly no, we will not be vacationing to England this year, and therefore not attending the concerts :(

Between Marcy injuring her foot on a mountain hike, us getting engaged, and beginning to look at wedding venues and shop for houses, it just doesn't make sense to do a 2 week vacation now that would drain our savings and delay both the house purchase and wedding, but also with her possibly needing surgery or at least PT, it wouldn't be a very enjoyable vacation for her if she can't be on her feet all day.


So I'll have to sell the tickets I bought to both concerts somehow (I don't think I can return them to the theater for a full refund), and hopefully we can go to Europe in 2015 for our honeymoon.

Oh, too bad. I hope she gets better soon. :)



In Topic: What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

Today, 08:57 AM

He'll find wisdom. One day.



In Topic: 10 most overrated films of all time

Today, 12:06 AM

Can you do that with Jaws: The Revenge?



In Topic: 10 most overrated films of all time

Yesterday, 09:32 PM

If you go back two years back, no one quite knew if Inception is going to do big business. They knew it was going to probably make its money back, based on Nolan's reputation. But, other than that, it was a wild card. Many analysts called it a "difficult sell" (some even predicted a flop). But the relentless campaing paid off.



In Topic: 10 most overrated films of all time

Yesterday, 09:25 PM

I was talking about Inception.


Not a sure hit?

Nolan was huge! It had Leo.

As I say, these kind of things rarely take off the way, say, Batman film would. It has no launching platforms. And filmmaker's name is never as strong as you might think. Hardly a selling point for a massive blockbusters.


And Leo? What kind of massive releases did he have? Besides, Titanic, that is?