The Making Of Prometheus

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    • spunkbag

      May 29th 2012, 8:19

      When is the review going to be posted. CAN'T WAIT

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    • zeike

      May 29th 2012, 9:16

      REVIEW, REVIEW, REVIEW, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWW

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    • ChrisWootton

      May 29th 2012, 12:23

      Yep.. review please please please.. I feel genuinely sick with excitement

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    • SiMan

      May 29th 2012, 13:04

      Just out of interest, do most people tend to track down a review of a major film before going to see it? I'll usually read one if i come across it, but don't generally track down reviews of the big films i'm going to see. If a film gets a bad review (or, i suppose a really positive one), would it have an affect on how you enjoyed the film? If a major film reviewer, such as the mighty Total Film, either raved about or completely dismissed a new blockbuster, would you find yourself almost having to agree with them while watching the film too? i sometimes have watched a film thinking "the review said this was awful, therefore i should also find it awful, but i'm not" or vice-versa with a good review.

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    • ChrisWootton

      May 29th 2012, 14:07

      I tend to pay attention to just 2 reviews.. Empire and Total Film. Normally I'll just read the last bit (at the bottom with the star rating) and then read the whole thing after I've seen the film. With something like Prometheus the overall rating won't have any affect on whether I see the film not.

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    • spunkbag

      May 29th 2012, 14:56

      I'm going to see it no question of that but just want to know the opinion of tf before I do. And no it won't affect my opinion when I do see it

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    • manfromthezoo

      May 29th 2012, 15:03

      'Another reason it’s unlikely to happen? Ridley Scott’s going back to “the planet”, or LV-426, himself, and he’s left Ripley at home…' Ah, but he hasn't. I believe the planetoid in Prometheus to be LV-223, or LV-233. Same system, different rock.

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    • manfromthezoo

      May 29th 2012, 15:05

      Still, what's a planetoid between Zeta Reticulans? Chin chin!

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