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Centurion pic

04.21.2009

Neil Marshall's new film CENTURION has a new picture that you can check out by clicking ABOVE. The movie is about a Roman legion that ventures north of Hadrien's Wall and gets into some trouble with the natives. In the picture, you can see Michael Fassbender running from a bunch of savages.

And thanks a lot Olga Kurylenko for making of course end up watching this. When I saw DOOMSDAY I literally thought, "this is what's going to kill me. This film. It is horrible. Too horrible." I know Davis loved it, and I think the AITH guys too, but no, no, not me. I've enjoyed family funerals more than that movie.
Extra Tidbit: Marshall is one of the "Splat Pack".
Source: Empire

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1:32PM on 04/22/2009
was i the only one that read the title of the article and thought about the cartoon Centurions?
was i the only one that read the title of the article and thought about the cartoon Centurions?
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1:04PM on 04/22/2009
Ahh, the Celts. We didn't half make the Roman's shit themselves...
Ahh, the Celts. We didn't half make the Roman's shit themselves...
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5:50AM on 04/22/2009
This should be awesome.
This should be awesome.
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11:46PM on 04/21/2009
The best part of Doomsday, I thought, was the inspired use of a Scottish castle. On top of a pretty stellar cast, the idea of a real guard standing next to a Gift Shop sign was a great way of taking advantage of Britain as a backdrop, just as the Outback was perfect for Road Warrior.

Overall though, the film was one giant homage to the '80s, and there's nothing wrong with that, but sometimes it's nice to see directors go out of their way to avoid comparisons.
The best part of Doomsday, I thought, was the inspired use of a Scottish castle. On top of a pretty stellar cast, the idea of a real guard standing next to a Gift Shop sign was a great way of taking advantage of Britain as a backdrop, just as the Outback was perfect for Road Warrior.

Overall though, the film was one giant homage to the '80s, and there's nothing wrong with that, but sometimes it's nice to see directors go out of their way to avoid comparisons.
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10:13PM on 04/21/2009
Doomsday really was a complete mess... what a waste of my time. Actually, I don't think I ever finished the last 20 minutes. Nice.
Doomsday really was a complete mess... what a waste of my time. Actually, I don't think I ever finished the last 20 minutes. Nice.
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7:16PM on 04/21/2009
Doomsday wasn't horrible at all, you just can't take it too seriously. I loved the gore and ridiculous action. Good times.
Doomsday wasn't horrible at all, you just can't take it too seriously. I loved the gore and ridiculous action. Good times.
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6:11PM on 04/21/2009
Doomsday was a mess, visually he still had it, but just a turd of a movie....hopefully he gets back on track...what happened to his western?
Doomsday was a mess, visually he still had it, but just a turd of a movie....hopefully he gets back on track...what happened to his western?
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5:22PM on 04/21/2009
picture of olga ftw!
picture of olga ftw!
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4:48PM on 04/21/2009

LOL

The post below is hilarious...

... "quitted".
The post below is hilarious...

... "quitted".
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3:12PM on 04/21/2009

yep

I think you're right, DOOMESDAY was horrible. Not that horrible but it was too much stories in the same movie. It was like if Neil did a movie about all the kind of movies he wanted to do in his life. Shame ! Can't elive either that he quitted horror for doing shits like this !
I think you're right, DOOMESDAY was horrible. Not that horrible but it was too much stories in the same movie. It was like if Neil did a movie about all the kind of movies he wanted to do in his life. Shame ! Can't elive either that he quitted horror for doing shits like this !
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