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I saw the Dark Knight trailer. It was much too "real" in my opinion. I'll eventually, probably see it, but I am sticking with Prince Caspian. Speaking of trailers, get a load of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqzYukVDqy4

and this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLvwGcW8urw

Much better than the Dark Knight trailers.


What? WHAT! Narnia better than Batman?!?

What do you mean by too "real?" It looks pretty awsome to me.


It looks like something you'd see on the news. Boring. Yep I've heard about Toy Story 3. It's coming in 2010.
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Iron Man would win. Firt off, he's got a bullet-proof, flying super-strength suit, and he's a genius weapon designer. Batman would come in second, with his bullet-prooj suit and gadgets, and Indy would come in third. Caspian would get his backside handed to him by any of the other three.

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Whoops, I forgot about him!

I had it at Indy, Batman, Iron Man then Caspian If they fought.
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Dark Knight trailer looks great, and Iron Man was very good. I'm looking forward to Caspian and Indy but The Dark Knight is on the top of my list.

I do plan to see Speed Racer eventually because even if the story stinks, the visuals should be out of this world. And it's better to see in theaters than to see on television, especially a movie who's visuals look like they're made for the big screen.
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I saw Speed Racer yesterday, opening night. It was definitely a kid's movie and kind of corny, but keep in mind it was based off of a kid's cartoon. This is more for the kids than the nostalgic adults who grew up with the cartoon.

Nonetheless each actor played the role well, all of them fit right in as the Speed Racer characters. Though the kid that played Spridal stole the show, he did a really good job in his part. And John Goodman did a decent job as Pops.

The visuals of the movie were extremely rapid and fast paced. You'll struggle to take it all in but the colors are out of this world. To be honest this is a visual work of art at times. The creators must have had a blast making it.

Bottom line: don't expect too much but it might be better to see it on the big screen to truly enjoy the visuals. In fact there is so much to take in you might have to see it on the big screen just to take it in.

Rating: 2 our of 5 STARS

-Note: The CLONE WARS trailer was AWESOME! It was longer than the ones seen on the web and seeing it on the big screen worked wonders. I am psyched for this one and will see it when it comes out without a doubt.-

Now I just need to make time for Iron Man and wait for Indy...
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I saw Speed Racer yesterday as well. Like Skuldren said, don't go to see it for the story. Go to see it to have fun. My friends and I did that and we all agree it was absolutely amazing!

And I was chanting for the CW trailer but we didn't get it... Sad


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Some will, some won't. It depends on the theaters, I assume. I believe that any movie after Speed Racer may have it as well, which is nice.
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Reepicheep wrote:
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I saw the Dark Knight trailer. It was much too "real" in my opinion. I'll eventually, probably see it, but I am sticking with Prince Caspian. Speaking of trailers, get a load of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqzYukVDqy4

and this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLvwGcW8urw

Much better than the Dark Knight trailers.


What? WHAT! Narnia better than Batman?!?

What do you mean by too "real?" It looks pretty awsome to me.


It looks like something you'd see on the news. Boring. Yep I've heard about Toy Story 3. It's coming in 2010.


Clearly you don't read Batman comics...

Have you atleast seen the first one, Batman Begins?
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I saw Iron man today and it was great, Robert Downey Jr. was just awesome.
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Finally saw Iron Man yesterday and it was top notch. Remember to stay after the credits to see the bonus teaser of the next one. Robert Downey Jr. did a superb job as Tony Stark. This movie soared in visuals, action, and acting. I couldn't find anything wrong with this one. Great movie.

5 out of 5 Stars
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Yea, I waited to see the clip after the credits it was pretty cool. I have to admit I think it's one of the best marvel films so far.
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Jedi_Christopher wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
Jedi_Christopher wrote:
Reepicheep wrote:
I saw the Dark Knight trailer. It was much too "real" in my opinion. I'll eventually, probably see it, but I am sticking with Prince Caspian. Speaking of trailers, get a load of this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VqzYukVDqy4

and this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xLvwGcW8urw

Much better than the Dark Knight trailers.


What? WHAT! Narnia better than Batman?!?

What do you mean by too "real?" It looks pretty awsome to me.


It looks like something you'd see on the news. Boring. Yep I've heard about Toy Story 3. It's coming in 2010.


Clearly you don't read Batman comics...

Have you atleast seen the first one, Batman Begins?


I have seen the first one, wich I liked. Maybe I should watch it again, I was kind of in a wierd mood that day.
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Well, I plan to see Prince Caspian sometime this week. I listened to the soundtrack because I really enjoy that composer's music and it was awesome. Also, finally saw Reepicheep in some TV spots Smile
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I just realized that the new Indiana Jones movie comes out tomorrow! (Or about 8 hours from now according to the Indiana Jones website). I guess I'll be looking to see if I can get tickets this weekend or sometime next week to see it.


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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

A fun and spectacular addition to the Indiana Jones series. I enjoyed it thoroughly. There were tons of nods and tie-ins to the previous movies and all sorts of great scenes. This was a memorable movie and I highly recommend it to everyone.
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