posted on Jul, 8 2013 @ 03:13 AM
reply to post by sevensheeps
I didn't mind the first one either, but it wasn't a movie that wowed me or something that I cared much to see again. It was nice seeing those slow
motion fight scenes as I think it was one of the first movies to record slow motion without a 24 frame per second camera. Try watching a film that
employs slow motion from the 90's or early 2000's and you'll see what I mean. It looks so amateur compared to today.
However, Hollywood has a trend of making sequels that make Battlefield Earth look like The Godfather. Literally no effort goes into their sequels
whatsoever, and I'm often left wanting two hours of my life back.
With that being said, I don't have my fingers crossed for this film. I'll probably watch it once it's on netflix or a premium channel, but I
wouldn't risk paying money to suffer through an awful film.