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Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
17
13.60%
X-Men Origins: Wolverine
12
9.60%
G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra
3
2.40%
Watchmen
29
23.20%
Up
2
1.60%
Star Trek XI
22
17.60%
Public Enemies
15
12.00%
Bruno
3
2.40%
Terminator: Salvation
9
7.20%
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
13
10.40%
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Summer 2009, which are you most looking forward to?

Old 10-29-08, 05:48 PM
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Summer 2009, which are you most looking forward to?

pick one
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Old 10-29-08, 06:06 PM
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Just one?! I voted for Star Trek, but HP and TF2 are up there as well!
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Star Trek and Harry Potter for me.
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Of those listed, X-Men. Probably followed by Harry Potter and Watchmen.
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1. Watchmen
2. Public Enemies
3. Wolverine
4. Bruno
5. T4 (if rated R)
6. Harry Potter 6 (Will probably wait for the DVD of this one.)

I'll have to see a trailer for GI JOE for I make up my mind on that one. However it sounds cool and I'll prob. check it out.

Dont give 2 shits about Up, Transformers 2, Star Trek,.
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"Watchmen" is still scheduled to come out on 3/6/09. That's not summer.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0409459/releaseinfo
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Originally Posted by Daytripper View Post
"Watchmen" is still scheduled to come out on 3/6/09. That's not summer.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0409459/releaseinfo
that is why i thought it was odd in the poll. will vote for somwethign else.
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine
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My top 5 from the list:

1. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
2. X-Men Origins: Wolverine
3. Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen
4. Star Trek
5. Watchmen
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Sadly, only Terminator 4 has a slight interest with me. But after T3 and the tv show, I have low expectations.
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I guess Up (from always-reliable Pixar) wins by default for me. Public Enemies could be good though, and Transformers 2 should be dumb fun.
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Public Enemies for sure, Bruno somewhat. Other than that, nothing.
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Watchmen, Inglorious Basterds, and Avatar are my most anticipated films of '09, my personal holy trinity so to speak. Will also see in the summer:

Transformers 2
Public Enemies (This is probably top five for the year. Depp? Bale? Mann? Gangsters? Can't fuck it up. Can't.)
Star Trek
Bruno
Up

Wolverine and Terminator if word is positive, the latter looks promising and Wolverine looks far better than it has a right to be. Can't wait for Crank 2 either.
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Inglorious Bastards followed by Wolverine (just because the thought of seeing Deadpool in a live action big budget movie makes my heart explode with happiness).
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None - couldn't care less about any of those.
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Transformers 2
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Cautiously optimistic about Star Trek. Still not nearly as excited as this past Summer.

Anyone else still really surprised were getting a Transformers 2 so soon? I mean it just came out last year? Plus it feels like the first one was in development for so long.

Has there been any other major summer movie to come out with a sequel that quickly that wasn't filmed at the same time?
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Originally Posted by Zen Peckinpah View Post
Avatar are my most anticipated films of '09, my personal holy trinity so to speak. Will also see in the summer:

Wolverine and Terminator if word is positive, the latter looks promising and Wolverine looks far better than it has a right to be. Can't wait for Crank 2 either.
Wait Avatar is coming out next Summer? I thought that was still WAY down the line? Or are we already nearing that line? Wow time passes so quickly.

I don't know about Wolverine. X3 was such a dissapointment I'm just not excited about any live action X-men movie.
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Wow, there's really nothing on that list that I'm anxious to see. I guess I'd put Star Trek at the top, although I'll wait to rent the DVD.

I will eventually see most of them through Blockbuster.

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I guess T4 then Wolverine. Never heard of Public Enemies till now, but that looks like something I'll be checking out as well.
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Public Enemies.
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Harry Potter.

Not interested in any of the others.
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