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Re: What Are You Looking At? (Multiplex Edition)
« Reply #75 on: June 13, 2015, 05:56:17 pm »
San Andres

Finally a movie we could agree on... San Andres. Big action on a big screen...  :-\

Not so much. How long has this out. Go to the theater and we are one of the smallest screens. WTF?

Man I was pissed. Then the sound was tinny. I felt little if any bass or sub.

The movie was fine. Beside The Rock and Paul Giamatti, I didn't know anyone. Nice eye candy though. San Andres is by the numbers disaster flick. Opening, tragedy, get to know sub-stories, big chaos, slow down and then second round of chaos to climax. The visuals were good. I just noticed from the above post about so much CGI. Well San Andres is 95% CGI.

Nothing to write home about, but worth checking out.

My wife suggested Entorouge and for the life of me I don't know why. We've never seen the show. It's a typical movie. Let's wait for the DVD and smaller screen. She just doesn't like the other big loud screen flicks. Mad Max, Jurassic World... C'mon!!!!
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