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Old 11-21-2008, 01:34 PM
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Day After Tomorrow is just good, clean popcorn munching fun! No, the only film Em has done that I really don't care to watch again is "Godzilla" what a waste of time!

2012: the Year Hillary Becomes President! (Fear!!!)

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Old 11-21-2008, 06:21 PM
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All I can say is this: the 'end of the world' in 2012 is really going to hurt the film's DVD sales. Poor planning there!
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Old 11-21-2008, 09:05 PM
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seems good. as for the day after tomorrow well I liked it , especially when Mexico was closing the Boaders lol
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DAT was awful and so will this be. awful awful awful, bloody awful.
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Old 11-22-2008, 06:21 AM
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Ok....looking at all of Roland Emmerich's (some with Dean Devlin as producer) films that I can remember, here's how I rate 'em from best to not so best:

1. Independence Day
2. The Patriot
3. StarGate
4. The Day After Tomorrow
5. Godzilla
6. Universal Soldier

And I still have yet to see Moon 44.
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As long as its like Independence Day and not The Day After Tomorrow, I'll be happy.
Amen to that. Independence Day was fluff that I could really get into.
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Old 11-23-2008, 06:17 PM
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Independence Day was the first movie I ever went to see three times at the theater. Once I get a Blu-Ray player, I'll definitely be getting ID4!

As for the other Emmerich movies, I agree with a majority of people that Godzilla is quite awful...however I liked it a lot when it came out ten years ago. The Patriot is an excellent film. Stargate is so much better than the TV shows. Day After Tomorrow (as already stated) wasn't that good. I didn't mind it too much in the theater, but it just hasn't aged well at all. Universal Soldier was a typical Van-Damme movie. lol

I'll reserve judgment for 2012 until I see it, unlike some Trekkies are doing for the new movie.
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