Pocket Watchmen that is. This year marks the 30th anniversary of one of my favorite seventies sci-fi flicks, Time After Time. The fact that this trailer uses the exact same music as the Watchmen trailer is purely coincidental. Purely. Enjoy.
Nice! I'm not the biggest fan of this film (I was always bugged by the scene where H. G. Wells discovers french fries, among other things), but you've made me want to check it out again. Of course, the trailer for Watchmen made me want to see Watchmen, and look where that got me.
Bill, I'll check out your review pronto. Just quickly finishing up an Invisible Edge post. Should be up in a few minutes. I was pretty much out of the loop all weekend until now. And don't forget, Name that Movie at 11:00.
Geez, Lapper, way to try to pump up your blog hits with a hot key-word.Nice video, by the way.
Geez, Lapper, way to try to pump up your blog hits with a hot key-word.What, me? Never! [snickers to self] Hey, if I got paid for this crap that would matter but it doesn't. It's more that I was bored than anything else.
Love this movie. I wish Nicholas Meyer was still directing with the same frequency-- this and STAR TREK II are both great.
I love this film: it's got everything... a clever and entertaining script, a time machine, Jack the Ripper, David Warner and Mary Steenburgen: when I read a preview, back when it was released, I knew I would like it... and I did (i fact, I even managed to drag two girls of my class at school to see it, too)As for the film who is so talked about these days: don't go to see the Watchmen film...read the Watchmen comic which is waaaaay better (and the real McCoy).
Brian - I love Star Trek II. What a great great Star Trek movie. I also liked The Day After which he directed. He hasn't done a lot looking at his IMDB page. Too bad because I think he's really good.
Gloria, I'm sure I'll see Watchmen on DVD and probably not like it anyway. I read the 1st edition separate gn's when they first came out. Alas, they were a friend's. Like an idiot I didn't buy my own, which would be worth something today. Anyway, I liked them a lot at the time.
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