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  1. I think the Crow sequels are worthy on their own, but this one moved in such an oddball direction, plus, you can't go wrong with Iggy Pop as a villain. Starring Vincent Perez and Mia Kirshner, The Crow II: City of Angels tells the story of a victim, murdered by a brutal attach by an evil drug cartel, who is brought back to life by a mysterious crow. With the help of a beautiful woman named Sarah, he exacts revenge on his killers one by one, only to realize his enemy has discovered the one weakness that can destroy him forever. [media=''] [/media]
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    Dragonheart (1996)

    thanks for the clarification, it was just a little puzzling
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    Highlander II: The Quickening (1991)

    I still think they should do this next to keep the Connery renaissance going.. this scene from Highlander 2 makes the case.. [media=''] [/media]
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    Dragonheart (1996)

    so how do they pick movies? this post has such a crazy low view/post count.. do they just randomly pick movies now? does Blake chose the film?
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    Spawn (1997)

    I think the key with Deadpool is that Rob didn't write it, and talented comedic screenwriters with an understanding of a budget did..also, concerning Deadpool.. David Goyer writer of Blade tried to make the film around the time of Blade: Trinity, when the project wasn't even at Fox..
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    Spawn (1997)

    era of THE CROW and BLADE.. they could have made it R..parents mean nothing, R rated films were cash-cows in the 90s..
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    Spawn (1997)

    [media=''] [/media] I guess you never saw the hard-R animated series on HBO from 1997-1999, which everyone liked and came out before this live-action film.. the material was always darker and didn't get approvals from the comic book code, because it was at Image who didn't give a shit.. I forgot all the nudity, the pedophile serial killer and brutal/bloody violence that the PG-13 movie included (not), this material was way too dark for PG-13 and they overlooked a bulk of the material to sell toys, merch and the video games.. it came down to the Batman films making more money from merch than box office, remember R-rated movies still were on a even playing-field with PG and PG-13 movies back in the 80s and 90s, since they weren't spending hundreds of millions on the budgets.. money was the factor, the material did not lend itself to a PG-13 rating..
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    Planet of the Apes (2001)

    you talkin' about the new NINJA TURTLES film?
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    Shorts (2009)

    Action/Adventure Comedy. Shorts is set in the suburb of Black Falls, where all the houses look the same and everyone works for BLACK BOX Unlimited Worldwide Industries Incorporated, whose Mr. Blacks BLACK BOX is the ultimate communication and do-it-all gadget thats sweeping the nation. Other than keeping his parents employed, however, Mr. Blacks BLACK BOX has done nothing for 11-year-old Toe Thompson, who just wants to make a few friendsuntil a mysterious rainbow-colored rock falls from the sky, hits him in the head and changes everything. The Rainbow Rock does Mr. Blacks BLACK BOX one better: it grants wishes to anyone who holds it. Before long, wishes-gone-wrong have left the neighborhood swarming with tiny spaceships, crocodile armies, giant boogersand outrageous magical mayhem around every corner. But its not until the grown-ups get their hands on the Rock that the trouble really starts. Now Toe and his newfound friends must join forces to save their town from itself, discovering along the way that what you wish for is not always what you want. Director:Robert Rodriguez Writer:Robert Rodriguez Producers:Robert Rodriguez, Elizabeth Avellan Executive Producers: Dan Lin, Hunt Lowry, Mohammed Khalaf, Edward Borgerding Cast:Jon Cryer, William H. Macy, Leslie Mann, James Spader, Jimmy Bennett, Kat Dennings, Trevor Gagnon, Leo Howard, Devon Gearhart, Rebel Rodriguez, Jake Short, Jolie Vanier [media=''] [/media]
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    Planet of the Apes (2001)

    Matt Reeves and Andy Serkis have been huge pay-offs.. can't wait for the trailer for WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES
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    Wing Commander (1999)

    yet another Saffron Burrows movie lol [media=''] [/media]
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    Lost in Space (1998)

    cheesy 90's science fiction.. it's worth exploring.. [media=''] [/media]
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    Planet of the Apes (2001)

    compared to the original APES and new ones films this is bad, just because it has great costume/set design doesn't make it a good film.. it feels more like the short-lived PLANET OF THE APES TV series acting-wise than an actual film.. lazy Tim Burton is on full-effect here.. plot structure is paper-thin [media=''] [/media]
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    The Scorpion King (2002)

    Dwayne Johnson's first attempt at a leading franchise role, who knew he'd come back after this.. [media=''] [/media]
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    Screamers (1995)

    actually, Blade Runner both bombed and got awful reviews during it's initial release in1982. Remember, this was the terrible theatrical cut with Ford's cringe-worthy voice over and sketchy editing, the Final Cut is the superior version of course.