||[Jan. 1st, 2013|08:04 pm]
If I try to go see a movie this week should I try to see the Hobbit again or go see Lincoln?|
I am funny when it comes to Tarantino and will probably prefer to see Django on Netflix. Have no interest in Zero Dark Thirty because realistic gore is not my thing.
Any other movie playing I should see instead? (I've seen Les Mis twice and have plans for a third time, haha).
I would rather see Lincoln than The Hobbit again. I don't know much about what all's out right now.
I never see movies in the theater twice. I saw Jack Reacher with my mom last week, and it was full of ass kicking. It was good...but I didn't pay for it :) I'm hoping for the Silver Linings Playbook in my neck of the woods.
Same here. I don't really understand seeing a movie more than once in theaters, because it's so expensive.
I think the OP should go see Lincoln, if only because it won't be the second time.
Of those choices, I would go for Lincoln.
I really want to see Lincoln.
What about Cirque du Soleil: Worlds Away? The trailer looks breathtaking and it's on my "must see" list.
Yes I need to see this too
I wanted to love Les Mis so much, but I'm apparently a Les Mis Snob :( Grr.
I'd see Lincoln if you haven't already, since it was fantastic.
I wasn't super impressed by it. Eddie Redmayne sounded like Kermit the Frog fairly often. I wish there's been more more of Enjolras though! :) it was also very long....I don't remember the performances I've seen being that boring in parts.
I'd see Lincoln, as I don't like to rewatch movies in the theater. (unless it's a re-release years later.)
I'm the same with Tarantino films. Much rather see them at home.
Worlds Away, then post w/ an update with your review!
Go see Lincoln! I loved the Hobbit, but Lincoln was absolutely stunning IMO. Very moving, very insightful, and the acting was superb.
I'd go see Lincoln. Though the scenery in The Hobbit was just so pretty that I wouldn't mind seeing that again either.
I really want to see Silver Linings Playbook.
I liked the hobbit but it's so long, I wouldn't be enthused to sit for it again. Lincoln is aaamazing.
I'm voting for Lincoln only cause I really want to see it myself and haven't had a chance.