Around the JoBlo.com Watercooler! Inception, Wonder Woman and more!

In this new weekly column we take a look at some of the hot conversations currently taking place around the virtual watercooler in the JOBLO.COM FORUMS. Each week we'll present you with some new conversations that you can jump in quickly and participate in. Heck, it may even inspire you to create your own conversation. Here's what people are talking about this week...

"Inception, a new sci-fi film from Chris Nolan "

"I'm pumped about seeing this and I'm sure I will be going to the midnight showing. This has been the only film I've been wanting to see this summer and the only one that actually looks worth being paid for."

"Jennifer Love Hewitt Fighting to Get Wonder Woman Role"

"Last year, actress Jennifer Love Hewitt revealed that she badly wants to play Wonder Woman in a big screen adaptation, pointing out that she's curvaceous, athletic, and gold bracelets look great on her wrists."

"Can Kevin Costner save the planet?"

"The actor's latest role, as saviour of the Gulf of Mexico, goes some way towards combining the two, after his oil-water separation machines, in which he has personally invested $20m, were contracted by BP to help in the Gulf clear-up effort."

"Inaudible Dialogue...."

"With DVDs I find myself switching on the subtitles just to see what they say at times. It's frustrating. First I thought it was just me. But I'm finding more people that do this."

"Most Unneccesary Sex Scenes"

"Sex scenes in movies are sometimes very relevant to the development of the plot, characters or themes of the film; UNFAITHFUL being a pretty good example. However, often times there are sex scenes just for the sake of having a sex scene in the film."

"Did you cry in Toy Story 3?"

"Come on, be honest..."

"Have you ever really felt sorry for a horror movie victim?"

"I mean just felt really bad for 'em cuz they're just in a totally helpless situation and you know they're going to die."

"Martin Landau in Ed Wood"

"Such an amazing performance, the whole film is brilliant and so is everyone in it, but Landau's multi-layered performance as Bela Lugosi is amazing, he brings so much humour, tragedy, sadness, joy, and triumph to the role."

Source: JoBlo.com



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