If that one had been made 20 years ago, with Clint Eastwood and some actual Howard material, it could have been a masterpiece.Iconodule said:Solomon Kane
I was sort of excited to see that someone made a movie based on a more obscure Robert E Howard hero. Unfortunately the movie is really bad. Unimaginative dialogue and amorphous plotting (there is really no sense of place here) plus historical/ religious illiteracy- Puritans have monasteries? Really? I suppose the writers could excuse it by saying that it's an alternate history, but in this case that's just a cover for not doing your homework.
My stepdaughter wants to get that, plus ParaNorman and Hotel Transylvania. Kiddie scare flicks are fun for all ages.biro said:Just got "Frankenweenie" from the Redbox dispensary down the road. I suspect it's going to be neat.
Cool. I'm overdue for a day glazing out to cartoons, though. 'S just me.Arachne said:I'm a Disney fan myself; have been since I was my son's age, and I'm mightily chuffed that we get D Cinemagic on our satellite package. But even back then I'd agree that a different movie each day is definitely too much of a good thing.