View Poll Results: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To? (Multiple Choice)

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  • X-Men Origins: Wolverine - 5/1/09

    27 31.40%
  • Star Trek (2009) - 5/8/09

    25 29.07%
  • Angels & Demons (Da Vinci Code 2) - 5/15/09

    9 10.47%
  • Night At The Museum 2 - 5/22/09

    18 20.93%
  • Terminator: Salvation - 5/22/09

    18 20.93%
  • Up (New Pixar Film) - 5/29/09

    52 60.47%
  • Land of the Lost (Will Ferrell) - 6/05/09

    12 13.95%
  • Transformers 2 Revenge of the Fallen - 6/24/09

    28 32.56%
  • Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince - 7/17/09

    42 48.84%
  • GI Joe: Rise of Cobra - 8/7/09

    10 11.63%
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    X-Men: Wolverine most of all, we're planning on hitting the midnight showing (if the Downtown Disney AMC has one, that'll be where we'll be, since we'll be at the Park all day that day) because I don't want to wait.
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    I'm big on the movies and am looking forward to almost all of these flicks.
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrincessY View Post
    Where is the "I'm not excited about any of them" choice?
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    Final Destination 4 is out this Summer as well. Though it's not a blockbuster, I might go see it. It will be one of those "iffy" ones that I may just decide to wait for dvd.

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Public Enemies which is not on your poll but I'm considering that a Summer Blockbuster.

    Transformers is my next choice.

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Who's in that?

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    I didn't realize there were so many that I would want to see. 'Up' of course. X-Men, Star Trek, Angels and Demons, Harry Potter . . . Looks like I'll be spending the summer in doors!
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    the only one on the list that isn't eiother a remake or and series is Up. Nothing NEW


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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Quote Originally Posted by AidensDaddy View Post
    Final Destination 4 is out this Summer as well. Though it's not a blockbuster, I might go see it. It will be one of those "iffy" ones that I may just decide to wait for dvd.
    I loved number one, and thought number two was even better than one, but then three was a waste. Hope 4 is better than 3


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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    #1 is undoubtedly Half-Blood Prince. Also looking forward to seeing Angels & Demons with my good twin, the Light Lady. Terminator: Salvation's preview surprisingly made me want to see it, and besides, it has Christian Bale in it. And also anticipating Wolverine because Jackman can give one helluva lap-dance.

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    From the looks of the recent trailers, Star Trek looks like it's going to be GOOD!!!!

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Let's see now, the top three for me are.

    Transformers- It looks like it'll be another fun popcorn flick.

    Terminator- I'm pretty dang giddy over this one.

    UP- After seeing the newest trailer, I have a feeling Pixar has another winner in their hands.

    Now I was originally exicted for X-Men Origins, but after seeing the leaked unfinished version...while I will say it's better then X3, they still really screwed up some of my favorite Mutants. (What they did to Beak and Deadpool is downright unacceptable.)

    Oh yes, after seeing the trailer for Star Trek...I smell a bomb. Honestly, to me it does not look good at all. A big clue is hearing my Dad (who is fairly knowledgable about Star Trek) tell me that when he saw the new trailer...he didn't think it was for Star Trek until the title popped up.
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    I'd laugh so hard if Star Trek were a flop, but I guess it still wouldn't change the lack of creativity and dependence on preexisting properties in Hollywood.

    I mean, of all of the listed blockbusters, only one is not based on a preexisting property. That, my friends, is sad.

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Quote Originally Posted by AE_Fan View Post
    Let's see now, the top three for me are.

    Transformers- It looks like it'll be another fun popcorn flick.

    Terminator- I'm pretty dang giddy over this one.

    UP- After seeing the newest trailer, I have a feeling Pixar has another winner in their hands.

    Now I was originally exicted for X-Men Origins, but after seeing the leaked unfinished version...while I will say it's better then X3, they still really screwed up some of my favorite Mutants. (What they did to Beak and Deadpool is downright unacceptable.)

    Oh yes, after seeing the trailer for Star Trek...I smell a bomb. Honestly, to me it does not look good at all. A big clue is hearing my Dad (who is fairly knowledgable about Star Trek) tell me that when he saw the new trailer...he didn't think it was for Star Trek until the title popped up.
    I think it's because the ST franchise is a fan favorite, and they feel it will always be one, just look at the trek conventions. The original cast, from the series to the first 6 movies, Shatner and company wanted to move on to different stuff, besides the fact they were aging. So they tried with the TNG cast. The bridge between old and new in the generations movie, it sold well because the fact that Kirk died in it. That was the selling point. That movie signalled the end of the TNG series and branched into movies. First contact did well, exciting concept, but the next two didn't do so well. And again, the cast was ready to move on. And I think they felt that the other 2 spin off series - DS9 and Voyager - wouldn't do well in a movie format. And the last episodes of DS9 & Voyager saw the Captain of one get killed off while the other storyline ended with them returning home. And if I remember correctly, Janeway was featured in ST Nemesis (the last TNG movie) as an admiral. Enterprise with Bakula wouldn't do well on the big screen. But like with Enterprise, they're taking the new movie, with new cast to do a whole new spin on it in the guise of a prequel.

    But alas, with Roddenberry long gone, and his widow Majel Barrett (who was an integral part within the whole ST franchise - from first original series to the movies and beyond) also passing away recently, I see the franchise coming to a close pretty soon here. At least on the big and small screens. To continue with the new one and the cast, would be to overwrite the orignal series and the first 6 movies. This franchise will only be able to live on in books. That's the only way it will live long and prosper.

    I still think the movie will be eye candy for an action junkie like me.

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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Wolverine for me because Wolverine is my favorite Superhero and for sure G.I. Joe. I just saw the trailer and I have to say it looks AMAZING!!!! I loved G.I. Joe as a kid and remember knowing is half the battle. Yo Joe!!
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    Re: 2009 Summer Blockbusters - Which One Are You Looking Forward To?

    Out of the ones listed, i'd say none. But I am looking forward to seeing "The Ugly Truth" which comes out the end of July. That looks so good.
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