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  1. Saw Zootopia yesterday and it was awesome. Go spend your ticket money on Zootopia, instead of boring Batman vs Superman, because Zootopia is a way better movie than Batman vs Superman and a better worth of your time. 

    1. Red


      I've already seen Zootopia 3 times. I will never get tired of this movie! Such a fantastic film.

    2. Diz


      I am dying to watch it, and my friend wants to watch it too, but I must wait for a disc release as my friend despises going to the movies no matter how much I nag him, and I do not want to go alone.

      Wait -- I have an idea! Who wants to go on a date with meeee

    3. Your Vest Friend

      Your Vest Friend

      Who says I have ticket money? I'm not interested in either. 

  2. DC Comics and WB should of let Zack Snyder make a Batman movie on his own, instead of making him waste billions of money making Batman vs Superman since it is a huge boring mess, and doesn't deserve to be a movie with horrible actors, horrible story, and cheap CGI action. *only read reviews, haven't seen the movie*
  3. Why hasn't Hollywood rebooted the Twilight movies yet to recreate the experience for girls of this generation?

    1. FriendBot


      Because vampires are so 2010, get in with the times fam.

    2. Tara


      They're not yet old enough to be rebootable.

    3. Crow the BOOLET

      Crow the BOOLET


    4. CottonCandy


      Give them about 10 more years until they do.

  4. I hope Movie Theaters go extinct soon, and movies release direct to digital and Bluray, since movie tickets and concessions are way too expensive these days.

    1. Boomer


      Concessions are the only way cinemas actually make their money though...

      Also as films are getting more expensive to produce if they were to release straight to digital and Blu-Ray then they'd not be able to recuperate the costs.

      Plus seeing a film with massive speakers and a huge screen > Watching it on a TV.

    2. JezMM


      Yeah I'd hate to see the big screen experience be lost.  Having a limited time frame to see a movie at release also motivates me more to go see it.

      As for food prices... yeah they are ridiculous at most cinemas.  I tend to buy snacks outside and bring them in, or just eat beforehand and buy maybe one small thing like a tub of ice-cream or whatever.

    3. ThatOddLiam


      Oh I love my regular cinema trips so I definitely don't want them going anywhere. You just can't beat seeing a film in a theatre room. In fairness, the concessions are optional so you can always save money that way or 'sneak' your own stuff through.

    4. Boomer


      @LiamTheAnimator You don't even need to sneak them into most cinemas now. ODEON don't care at all :lol:

    5. JezMM


      Tbh I only ever want enough food to last me to the end of the adverts anyway.  The tertiary pleasure of enjoying something tasty in my mouth makes them less tedious to sit through, and once the film has started, I, nor anyone else, wants me rustling around with packets.  Takes you out of the movie.

    6. ThatOddLiam


      Yeah I go to Cineworld and it's the same deal there. In fairness I usually buy my drink and sweet from them anyway since I've got the unlimited card.

    7. FriendBot


      As Tom and Jez said, watching a movie in theaters is a unique experience. You're watching it with different people who you probably don't know. It's kinda weird but there's a charm to it.

      And when you watch Tamil movies like me and watch a movie with an actor that a lot of people really like, seeing the fans go apeshit and holler in celebration will never get old! 

      But you know, that's just my opinion.

    8. JezMM


      Lmao that's definitely not an appeal of cinema for me.  I pretty much will always go to the movies at whatever time of day I think will be the least popular so there's as few other people as possible, and I only ever see animated movies at times when kids are at school.

    9. Boomer


      Aha I've never even seen an audience whoop or holler.

      I mean, I'm trying to watch the film :lol:

    10. FriendBot


      Well that's Tamil cinema for ya, the fans will treat the actors like gods and always celebrate when they appear on screen or when a movie comes out. It's weird at first but you get used to it. 


    11. Emperor Robrainiac

      Emperor Robrainiac

      Ick, no. 

      The experience of seeing a movie in a theater with a bunch of people is nothing like seeing a movie on a smaller screen by yourself or with a few people.

    12. Strickerx5


      Oddly from what I've seen over the past few years, movie theaters (at least the ones I've frequented) don't really care if you bring in extra stuff as long it isn't big and/or loud. I think they're more worried about video cameras honestly as I have seen employees walk into the theater every now and then and scan the crowd. Though, even when I bring in something like a bag of sour patch kids I still buy a drink just so I don't feel completely bad. Concessions are a big part in how theaters make money.

      In terms of theaters going extinct, I'd rather them not. While I'll say whole heartily say that there are few things worse than a bad theater experience (noisy/ obnoxious crowds), you can't beat that screen and sound system. There's also the fun of going there with friends that just can't be matched at home. Though, I do wish the time between movies releasing in cinemas and their release on Blu-ray was shortened substantially. Like, I already know I'm going to buy Zootopia but I also know it won't even be here till like June at the earliest which is absolutely terrible. There's little to no reason to wait that long.

    13. MightyRay


      Oh hell no! My best memories were watching great films on cinema! Seeing Toy Story 2 on my birthday was I was a kid was fun!

    14. ThatOddLiam


      I'll be honest here, and I'm curious if I'm the only one. I always make sure I'm in my seat before the adverts start because I actually enjoy watching the ads and trailers. I don't know but it always just feels like another part of the experience. If I'm watching a movie at home I'll do the same by not skipping the previews before the main menu appears.

    15. Boomer


      Yep, I turn up before the ads/trailers too. I honestly enjoy watching them.

    16. FriendBot


      The Trailers are cool but there's too many ads in my theater


    17. JezMM


      I'm not a fan of trailers since I prefer to enjoy the movies as the creators/scriptwriters intended.  No movie is written on the assumption you have seen a trailer, so I'd rather the story unfold at the intended pace rather than me knowing essentially what happens in the first half an hour at the very least.

      Literally if a trailer for a movie I plan to see comes on I use that as a time to take my final bathroom visit before the film starts

  5. Should I preorder Twilight Princess HD for my Wii U on Amazon?

    1. Tatters


      If you want to. I preorder mine in Gamestop a while ago.

  6. makes sense, I haven't gotten any new issues of Sonic the Hedgehog or Sonic Universe lately
  7. not really, Lego Star Wars 3 had 22 Levels and Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga had 36 levels.
  8. Sonic Boom Episode 39 clearly confirms that Sonic and his friends live on Earth. It even had a parody of Justin Bieber known as Justin Beaver

    1. SurrealBrain


      Outdated parody material. Where have I seen that before?

      Joke's not even original; I remember seeing a Justin Beaver on a card back when Bieber was still in!

  9. Does Sega own the franchise for the Sonic Drive In Restaurant as well since they own Sonic the Hedgehog?

    1. Osmium
    2. DarkDefeater


      There's rumors of a chain of Shadow Drive in Restaurants being opened. These restaurants will be more geared towards teenagers and anyone feeling a great deal of angst.

  10. Fun Fact: Troy Baker voiced Two-Face in the Batman Arkham series and Modern Espio in Sonic Generations.

    1. Kaze no Klonoa

      Kaze no Klonoa

      You can hear Troy Baker's role everywhereeeeeeeeee

      He's played in roles like Joel (Last of Us), Rhys (Tales from the Borderlands), Snow Villiers (Lightning Returns: FF 13), and actually played Joker himself in Arkham Origins.

    2. scourgeandfionafan123


      yep, he also voiced Loki in Lego Marvel Super Heroes and will be voicing Batman in Lego Dimensions

    3. Kaze no Klonoa

      Kaze no Klonoa

      Seriously this man is everywhere

  11. 8 more days until the death of Windows 8.1 and the launch of Windows 10.

    1. Tara


      More like the period of waiting for reviews to come out so we know if we should even bother upgrading or wait for Microsoft to patch it.

    2. Diz


      Windows 8.1 certainly won't die just because a new operating system is being released, and I likely won't be upgrading on my main computer either. That said, it will be interesting to see how the new Windows turns out!

  12. If Disney teams up with Nintendo, we could get Star Fox teaming up with Guardians of the Galaxy in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

  13. Which Disney movie is better: Big Hero 6 or Frozen

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    2. Wrapped in Black

      Wrapped in Black

      BH6 but not by much

    3. gala


      BH6 by far

    4. Felix


      BH6. This isn't even a question.

    5. spinny
    6. LovieHats
    7. Failinhearts
    8. -blank-


      I haven't seen either of them

    9. SonicWind


      Haven't even watched Frozen, so BH6 wins by default.

    10. Nepenthe


      BH6, but that's not saying much for either film.

    11. Strickerx5


      BH6 easily but I still think Frozen is a decent film. Just really overblown in media and merchandise nowadays

    12. Thigolf


      Frozen by far.

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