Excellent, that's very useful, thanks man!
No problem just happy I could help.
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Good coz I'm bought it anyway!
Seriously, I'm glad it seems like a sound purchase and I can't wait for tomorrow to find out for myself............if it's that bad I can always buy a 3D TV
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You won't be disappointed I'm sure but if you are then I'm sure a new 3D tv would soften the blow
Its Ironic really this film had such great reviews from pretty much everyone critics an all, how true to comic it was, the qaulity of the 3D
There was much anticipation and hope that a sequal would be on the cards,BUT as I understand it it cost only $80-million to make, but only took $50-million on opening, one would assume that it will make some money, but this does not bode well with the studios who after all want to make as much money a possible, maybe the 18cert had some thing to do with it, that is a lot of customers kids that can not see it, so that will hit hard, so they could have made it a 12A made $100-million made 3-Sequals 7-prequals then remake it again, you know what I mean. But the film would have been utter S--T, so fair play to the guy that wanted to keep it original, but I think a Sequal, I am not sure. The last Punisher was brilliant and that was made 3-times, but took a loss, Anyway just my bit
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$45m was the budget, which is bloody good considering special effects, 3D costs, etc., and $36m at the box office but the result is the same - good film, faithful to source material but still scarred by Stallones/Cannons 1995 abomination....ho hum.
Cricky that little, that is a shame, one can only hope for a 2nd, time will tell.
That's what happens when a British production company gets involved, it's the ability to do great things with very little money.
Good spot, just ordered
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