So I'm pretty far away from the t/v and at like an acute angle so I"m basically at the side of it flipping through the guide looking for a movie to watch. I think I see something that says Motel For Drugs so I'm like oooh I never saw that before. Takes me like 3 min to realize I'm watching Hotel for Dogs.
Is Jersey Boys really based off the play? Cuz I remember commercials for it and they were singing songs and it looked pretty pretending to be in the 50s in a bad way (as I think most plays are bad and not worth the time). *Goes to watch trailer now*
Cold in July looks dope. Although I've seen Michael C. Hall play a ***** and a lil ***** in a few other movies first since Dexter it's hard for me to accept and believe that he is when I see him in other stuff now, especially if his son is threatened. I'm just expecting Dexter to put on the thermal and gloves and go to work
Also as far as that complaint goes about it being 1989 Texas and the music being techno that's just the music chosen for the trailer. Music is only suppose to apply to the period the movie is set in when the music is played within the story like if a guy turns on the radio it should be dated in that time. A trailer can have w/e soundtrack or score the director wants. Not seeing the hipster hate there.
So I'm pretty far away from the t/v and at like an acute angle so I"m basically at the side of it flipping through the guide looking for a movie to watch. I think I see something that says Motel For Drugs so I'm
Originally Posted by JohnnyRedStorm
Originally Posted by DarthSka
Hol' up, just heard a piece of a trailer for Transcendence, where I heard Morgan Freemen say something like "... the end of a primitive, organic life, and the dawn of a more advanced stage. Will this transcendence be mankind's greatest achievement, or his greatest threat?"
THAT'S what Transcendence is about? Sign me up!! Lego!
Bruh, I think that was the ending to a into the Wormhole episode. Least I saw him say the same thing when I flipped on Nat Geo one day
I hate the concept of Transcendence. All that does is keep consciousness/spirit stuck in a machine incapable of experiencing the other dimensions.
Well not really. Consciousness in a machine leads to immortality. With that in mind you could live long enough until technology reaches the point you can put yourself in a body that is capable of experience every single
dimension or at least theoretically that's how it goes.
They actually covered that part of the concept in a Through/Beyond the Wormhole ep
Think it was the one dealing with how do we live on after the world ends or sun dies out, the whole moving to other planets, adapting to the environment, and transferring your mind in a machine like body was an alternative.
EDIT: I'll catch Jersey Boys just for Luciano and Walken now. I get it though, period piece about an important music group like the others before it.Edited by Master Zik - 4/18/14 at 5:05pm