Hi! Thanks for your reply. Did you like the Extended Edition of Unexpected Journey? Some scenes were really nonsense in my opinion. I noticed that you posted the trailer of The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Did you like it, and do you liked the first movie?
I enjoyed the extended editions of all three LotR films. I haven’t seen the the extended edition of Unexpected Journey yet. I felt the regular edition of that film was needlessly bloated, and I fear a longer version will only serve to exasperate that fault.Though, I still plan on seeing it.
I was disappointed by the first Amazing Spider-Man movie, so my expectations aren’t very high for the sequel. My favorite Spider-Man film to date is 2004’s Spider-Man 2.
I will post trailers to any movie I’m the least bit intrigued by, regardless of what my personal expectations might be. Comic book adaptations, sci-fi, and fantasy tend to be genres I gravitate to. Though my expectations for the Amazing Spider-Man 2 are low, I still have hope that it will exceed my expectations.
My initial impression of the trailer is that it’s action-packed, which is kind of what I expect from a movie based on a superhero comic book. However, I was a bit disappointed in the studio’s decision to completely revamp Electro’s look. I’m not saying they should modeled the character after an exact replica of the classic comic book Electro, but I would have liked to have gotten a costume that had done a better job of integrating some of the old costume’s design elements.
Hi! Nice blog! I bet that you pretty liked the Doctor Who special of the 50th Anniversary. Are you planning to go to see The Hobbit-The Desolation of Smaug?
Thank you. I did enjoy the Doctor Who special. Seeing The Day of the Doctor on the big screen was amazing. I will probably see The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. Though I’m not sure whether or not I’ll be seeing it on the big screen. I saw the first Hobbit movie in the high frame rate 3D format. I’ll be honest, I was underwhelmed and disappointed by the way it looked in that format. I actually enjoyed the movie more watching it at home on bluray. Like the Lord of the Rings movies, director’s cuts of the Hobbit films are planned. I may just wait until the director’s cut of Desolation of Smaug is released. Occasionally, I get press screening passes to movies (I registered with Gofobo, a U.S.-based service that gives away free movie passes to select advanced press screenings). If I’m offered a free pass, I may opt to see it in the theater, otherwise I’m perfectly content to watch it on video when the extended cut is released.