The effects were bad, and the bit I saw was this old gag that was tired when Bugs Bunny did it (the old "yeah, I think you think I'm bad, you go ahead and run, I'll just stand here gloating until the badder thing behind me roars"), and led into what might be the most illogical actions by a predator I've ever seen. (You have to get into bears holding funerals and burying Donald Duck when he plays dead to get silliler.)
I'm sure I'll see it, but I wasn't in a hurry, and am in less of a hurry now. I actually want to invest three hours in seeing Titanic first, since it's partly based on a true story and has good special effects.
I have yet to see Famous Boat Goes Down myself.
Titanic has been on TV of late and I watch it every time. I can honestly say that I like that movie.
I am waiting to see endless loop runs of watership down
The difference is Saving Private Ryan was a good movie.
The love story in Titanic is about as believable as the love story in Attack of the Clones and the only good part is when [sarcastic spoiler tag] it sinks and Leo dies.
I watched "Monsters" this weekend. Good flick!:thumbsup:
Wait. Is Attack of the Clones a true story?
I stopped in Anaheim on my way back from my Civil War battle re-enactment north of Los Angeles and my friend showed me that stupid zombie show Walking Dead.
I freaked and kept at least one gun on me for the following 12 hours. :rolleyes:
Zombies aren't real are they?