Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

Joined: November 19th, 2009, 8:14 pm

June 14th, 2012, 8:54 pm #1

Personally, I love this idea of America's former President battling creatures of the night. Unfortunately this lad from IMDB doesn't think so:

<em>Normally I love just about anything vampire-related. I even found some redeeming qualities in that offensive-on-so-many-levels Twilight series. But Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter? Really? What's next? George Washington, Zombie In Chief? I can just see it now: "So THAT'S why he had wooden teeth!"

Note to Hollywood: If this is an example of your best original ideas for movies today, stick to basing movies on popular books.

Seriously folks, just say no to stupid movie ideas.

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by <strong>siege223</strong> (Tue May 29 2012 21:06:12)

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Dante Bean
Dante Bean

June 14th, 2012, 10:26 pm #2

Not only has this guy obviously not seen it, I have more bad news for him...it IS based on a popular book.

I'm a little up in the air about the movie, but the director previously gave me Wanted, which I was really shocked at how much I enjoyed. Most likely checking this one out.
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Ttg
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June 15th, 2012, 10:57 pm #3

I so badly want this to be good.
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Barkenstein
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June 20th, 2012, 12:37 am #4

Twas a good idea but the flic sucked for the most part.

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henry
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June 20th, 2012, 2:05 am #5

Personally, I love this idea of America's former President battling creatures of the night. Unfortunately this lad from IMDB doesn't think so:

<em>Normally I love just about anything vampire-related. I even found some redeeming qualities in that offensive-on-so-many-levels Twilight series. But Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter? Really? What's next? George Washington, Zombie In Chief? I can just see it now: "So THAT'S why he had wooden teeth!"

Note to Hollywood: If this is an example of your best original ideas for movies today, stick to basing movies on popular books.

Seriously folks, just say no to stupid movie ideas.

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by <strong>siege223</strong> (Tue May 29 2012 21:06:12)

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Come on people we can expect better from Hollywood can't we ? The "B" movie days are long over.

But it does go to prove that make any piece of shit and SOMEONE will buy it !
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Dante Bean
Dante Bean

June 20th, 2012, 3:37 am #6

Have you seen the movie/read the book?
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June 20th, 2012, 4:29 am #7

Personally, I love this idea of America's former President battling creatures of the night. Unfortunately this lad from IMDB doesn't think so:

<em>Normally I love just about anything vampire-related. I even found some redeeming qualities in that offensive-on-so-many-levels Twilight series. But Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter? Really? What's next? George Washington, Zombie In Chief? I can just see it now: "So THAT'S why he had wooden teeth!"

Note to Hollywood: If this is an example of your best original ideas for movies today, stick to basing movies on popular books.

Seriously folks, just say no to stupid movie ideas.

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by <strong>siege223</strong> (Tue May 29 2012 21:06:12)

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Rainy is not blowing her money at the movies to watch this. She will watch it on PPV.

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Sleepy Feet
Sleepy Feet

June 20th, 2012, 3:24 pm #8

Come on people we can expect better from Hollywood can't we ? The "B" movie days are long over.

But it does go to prove that make any piece of shit and SOMEONE will buy it !
http://www.network54.com/Forum/192395/t ... od+is+Dead
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Ttg
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June 20th, 2012, 4:28 pm #9

Rainy is not blowing her money at the movies to watch this. She will watch it on PPV.
Rainy if theres no rush, why waste your money on ppv?
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Dante Bean
Dante Bean

June 20th, 2012, 11:47 pm #10

Motion to ban anyone who refers to themselves in the third person.

All opposed?
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