rowtheboat;1676979 said:batman dark knight
sweet-t310;1685601 said:While that would be fun, I just watched the Dark Knight by itself last night on Blu-Ray with the Special Features turned on. Made the 2 hour 32 minute movie into 3 hours 53 minutes! But worth it.
culturedog;1685715 said:Have you tried any of the BD-Live features yet? I'm really intrigued by the 'record your own commentary' options on the newer WB and Universal discs. I think I want to try to do one sometime, but I want to make sure I have some notes and thoughts put together so I'm not just going "Uhhhh, this part is cool. Uhhh, I like the Joker. He's a badass. Uhhhh, isn't Christopher Nolan great?"
sweet-t310;1685764 said:I think that's the reason I didn't try it yet. I loaded the BD-Live on Wanted, but ended up not doing anything with it. Guess I'd rather listen to the commentary from the people that actually made the movie!But on a side note, has anyone seen the Super Troopers Blu-Ray? That was an "ok" movie for me as I enjoyed it, but wasn't fanatical about it like some. Even so, I'm thinking about picking it up as it has a drinking game and a picture-in-picture commentary with the guys staring back at you at the bottom of the screen randomly throwing insults at you. Now THAT'S entertainment!
culturedog;1685845 said:Still haven't seen Super Troopers yet, even though I get regularly yelled at by superfans for being such an inexperienced bastard. That abusive PIP feature does sound cool!
Zidane;1693667 said:I just got done watching Logan's Run and a documentary on Slasher films. Both were really good, but Logan's Run visual don't hold up to today's standards. But that is an issue with all Sci-Fi and Fantasy movies from the past. A remake wouldn't hurt it.
Gatsby 42;1695460 said:The Island is pretty much a Logan's Run remake.
culturedog;1698974 said:Saw The Curious Case of Benjamin Button last night. Great film, if not Fincher's best (that would be Fight Club). It's like one part Big Fish, two parts Forrest Gump and a heavy dose of Fincher's sensibilities. Looks great, sounds incredible (Fincher's sound design team always finds ways of making everyday, mundane noises feel as thrilling as giant explosions) and the acting was sublime.Tyler Durden says go check it out. It's not subversive or extremely dark, and is suprisingly buoyant and sentimental for a Fincher film, but it's still a must see.
iamtheddrman;1721260 said: A Christmas Story on TBS about 3 or 4 times.
iamtheddrman;1721260 said:Also, I'll be watching The Dark Knight for the first time with some friends tonight.