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    LEGO Movie 2 News: Phil Lord and Chris Miller on What to Expect


    Finally, if you were hoping for more Benny and space stuff in the sequel, you’ll be pleased to read the following:

    MILLER: A couple people are like, “You know, it might be nice if you spent some time in space…You know, Benny’s great and his spaceship is great, but…”

    LORD: They don’t understand how hard it was for us to convince the LEGO folks to revive that stuff.

    MILLER: It was a personal thing for us.

    LORD: Yeah, that’s what we played with growing up. I think we can look forward to more LEGO space stuff.

    Everyone loves Benny.

    MILLER: Charlie Day is a delight of a human being.

    Can we confirm this is something you’re thinking about for the sequel?

    MILLER: Oh, yeah.

    LORD: Way more space stuff.

    MILLER: This is the whole reason I loved LEGO in the first place.


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    How To Train Your Dragon 2 was just as great as the first one.
    Anything worth shooting is worth shooting twice. Bullets are cheap. Life is priceless.


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    Quote Originally Posted by FBJ View Post
    How To Train Your Dragon 2 was just as great as the first one.
    After SmytheKing told me I had to see the first one, I went out and bought it yesterday. Read a review of part 2 saying that it was an animal rescue lovers dream. May have to brave the kiddie crowds and go check this out.
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    So glad Fox stuck with this.

    By the way, I have this playing during a long instrumental break of FNM's version of War Pigs...and the mash up IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!

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    Review: Disney's 'Planes: Fire And Rescue' Starring Dane Cook, Ed Harris, And Julie Bowen|The Playlist

    Not that "Planes: Fire and Rescue" is a perfect movie. It's much cruder than the Pixar films, both stylistically and in terms of humor (there are a ton of fart jokes) and for the excellence of the supporting cast (particularly Harris), Cook's vocal performance is shamefully lightweight (he was a last minute replacement for Jon Cryer). It's not exactly top tier animation, but it's damn close. Director Robert Gannaway stages the action nimbly, and Jeffrey M. Howard's script is wittier than it has any right to be (sample dialogue: "She left me for a hybrid. I didn't even hear it coming.") "Planes: Fire and Rescue" swoops in and pulls off some occasionally thrilling family entertainment, and in the dog days of summer, that can feel as refreshing as being doused with chilly lake water. [B]

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    Amazon.com: Black Dynamite: Season 1 [Blu-ray]: Various: Movies & TV

    Ok, the good news, Finally...out July 15th. The bad...$35.99??????? Really?

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    The Book of Life Footage Review: Guillermo del Toro's Animated Project Looks Quite Promising
    I’d say we got a good look at anywhere between 20 and 30 minutes of footage and I really dug the flavor. During the Q&A after the screening, del Toro commented on the film’s unique look with a quote I think summed up the experience nicely:
    “Hitchcock used to say, ‘if you want to be universal, be specific.’ In other words, movies that just happen in ‘Anytown, USA’ do not have the feedback from the earth and places they are made, they are less universal in my opinion. It’s almost like Bertolucci worrying about The Last Emperor only playing in China. It won’t. It’s like Sergio Leone worrying that The Good, the Bad and the Ugly will only play in the desert. You need to think in terms of food, I always think in terms of food. If you want Chinese, you go to a Chinese restaurant. When you want Japanese Sushi, you go to one of those restaurants and everyone enjoys how different the flavor is. And storytelling needs the same diversity. The world is not one flavor… ultimately the final flavor of your movie needs to have a specificity. Just as the food, the feel and the music of Mexico appeals to everyone.”
    I’m definitely looking forward to getting a bigger taste of it this fall.

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