I heard nothing but bad about the movie BATTLESHIP

01 Sep 2012 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 11

  1. LipLip Bagundol 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    +1 on being awesome

  2. Christopher Woo 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    If you set your expectations properly, it was a lot of fun.

  3. Brent Burzycki 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    My expectations for movies are for them to make me fell good and are fun…. I could care less about the rest…. The idea of being pitted against a massively superior force is very interesting… If someone showed up with tech like that I would ask to go with them….

  4. Jack Humphrey 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    Battleship rocked – totally unrealistic and loved it.

  5. Bryan Nabong 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    I think you convinced me to add it to the netflix queue, +Brent Burzycki .  

  6. Brent Burzycki 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    +Jack Humphrey not totally…. Well the fact the aliens did not level the planet immediately is…

  7. Christopher Woo 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    They sort of explained that, but if you blinked, you'd miss the explanation. I loved this movie for the simple fact that the gentleman who played the disabled vet in the movie is a real disabled vet who has been inspiring and advocating for other vets with disabilities for years. Also, Liam Neeson. 😀

  8. Brent Burzycki 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    +Christopher Woo one of the best lines of the movie…. "Is he a cyborg" and then his reaction…He probably should have shot the science dude in the foot….

  9. It's all about expectation management. When Taylor Kitsch is in the film, the man that killed Gambit, expectations must be lowered significantly. I liked the old guys firing up the old ship. That bit was good. (' *,)

  10. Bryan Nabong 1 Sep 2012 Reply

    +Amadeus Hellequin +1 for the "man who killed Gambit", 🙂 although I think the script for that Wolverine movie holds just as much blame.  

  11. True. Director. Script. Casting Agent. All need a swift kick up the arse…. or have their fillings atomized. 

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