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    Gary Oldhan is playing Sirius.... wow, can't wait for that. It was my favourite of the books as well.


    The Alamo--Jason Patric , Dennis Quaid, and Billy Bob Thornton as Davy Crockett. I'm looking forward to this one too. (gotta love Jason Patric)

    The Punisher--- I thought there was already a movie called this with Dolph Lundgren(sp)....


    Walking Tall--The Rock. - I hadn't even heard of this one. It should be interesting to see. I like The Rock but.... I don't always care for the remakes.

    I didn't know there was going to be a sequel to Pitch Black.... guess Vin won't be in it though too bad.
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    Does anyone know what the Village (with the red slash on the door) is about? The previews don't show much.

    I would like to see The Butterfly Effect

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    Quote Originally Posted by bookaddict
    I didn't know there was going to be a sequel to Pitch Black.... guess Vin won't be in it though too bad.
    Yeah he will, but the movie's not called "Pitch Black 2." It's called "The Chronicles of Riddick." I was somewhat looking forward to it except the world for Chronicles we glimpsed in the trailer looked nothing like the world I remember from Pitch Black. Pitch Black was set in a believable kind of future, like Alien. Chronicles looks like space-fantasy. That may have been intentional, though, since the trailer was shown before Return of the King.

    "The Village" is M. Night Shyamalan's (Sixth Sense, Unbreakable, Signs) latest. It was supposed to be called "The Woods" but the title was recently changed. A brief synopsis says
    In 1897, a community lives with the knowledge that strange, mythical beings dwell in the woods surrounding their town.
    1897? I'm not looking much further. The less you know about Shyamalan's films the better they seem.
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    Definitely Harry Potter and PoA.

    I also heard that there's going to be a screen adaptation of the first part of Lemony Snicket's "A Series of Unfortunate Events" so I'm looking forward to that.

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    the life aquatic
    the aviator
    kill bill vol 2
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    The Village (Shyamalan rules)

    Day After Tomorrow (fun, destroy the world summer flick)

    I, Robot (Isaac Asimov meets the guy who did The Crow and Dark City...with Will Smith thrown in)

    Hidalgo

    Troy

    Riddick

    Shrek 2 (trailer is [b]funny[b]!)

    Spartan (cool looking thriller with Val Kilmer back in a lead role)

    Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow

    MI3 (maybe in '04)

    Mad Max 4 (with Mel Gibson? )

    A Sound of Thunder (Ray Bradbury)

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    I don't think I can see "Miracle" and keep a straight face seeing Kurt Russell with that gruesome Bobby Clarke 'do And the players...it's Mullets Galore on celluoid...

    Can't stand Ashton Kutcher (don't hurt me) but I saw a trailer for The Butterfly Effect and I definitely want to see it. The plot sounds intriguing.
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    My Top 10 Most Anticipated movies of 2004
    1. Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind
    2. The Increbibles
    3. Harry Potter 3
    4. Shark Tale
    5. Kill Bill Vol.2
    6. Ocean's 12
    7. Meet the Fockers
    8. Bridget Jones 2 - The Edge of Reason
    9. Day After Tomorrow
    10. Home On The Range


    Honorable Mentions
    LadyKillers
    Polar Express
    Ring 2
    The Aviator
    Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
    Troy
    Shrek 2

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    The Passion. (The New Mel Gibson movie) I'm surprised it hasn't been listed yet with all the press it's been getting...

    The Electra movie starring Jennifer Garner (Based on her character in Daredevil) (I'm not sure if that's coming this year or not)

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