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post #16 of 23
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Originally Posted by arnoldsoccer4 View Post
"Fills a much-needed gap between gay **** and recruitment film."
I just thought of a new drinking game. One shot per homoerotic reference in a critical review of 300. That will get the job done.

The fact that these guys are cut and scantily clad will be the elephant in the room for all the bros planning to attend. Don't forget the "I'm not a queer" seats.

At least it shouldn't be hard dragging the female companion to the theater.

post #17 of 23
Me in the other 300 thread. I saw a sneak peak

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/showpo...3&postcount=14
post #18 of 23
I wish they would play this at the Omnitheatre at the Science Museum of Minnesota, now that would be an experience.
post #19 of 23
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Me in the other 300 thread. I saw a sneak peak

http://www.head-fi.org/forums/showpo...3&postcount=14
I hate you! I will post my impressions when I see it, it should be interesting.
post #20 of 23
I'd be interested to see if IMAX are still pulling their little trick of a projecting some movies in the standard WS aspect ratio (covering about half of the screen vertically). That's a gip. I saw Lawrene of Arabia in London a few years back (i know, not shot in an imax ratio) and it was like a strip of movie on this ginormous screen.. bleh
post #21 of 23
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I'd be interested to see if IMAX are still pulling their little trick of a projecting some movies in the standard WS aspect ratio (covering about half of the screen vertically). That's a gip. I saw Lawrene of Arabia in London a few years back (i know, not shot in an imax ratio) and it was like a strip of movie on this ginormous screen.. bleh
That will suck, I'll tell you if they do it for 300 or not.
post #22 of 23
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Originally Posted by craiglester View Post
I'd be interested to see if IMAX are still pulling their little trick of a projecting some movies in the standard WS aspect ratio (covering about half of the screen vertically). That's a gip. I saw Lawrene of Arabia in London a few years back (i know, not shot in an imax ratio) and it was like a strip of movie on this ginormous screen.. bleh
If I understand you correctly, that is how Lawrence of Arabia is supposed to be seen. It used a very wide film stock.
post #23 of 23
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Originally Posted by arnoldsoccer4 View Post
What do you mean there are no reviews out, there are quite a few.
I haven't seen any from major publications.
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