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March 28, 2013

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James C. Taylor

If the people behind this film had any appreciation of the music or period they'd have recognized in an instant the total inappropriateness and utter pointlessness of the concept. Shocking.

Grahame

I know it will suck. I KNOW it will suck.

But I am still going opening weekend.

And then I will complain long and loud to everybody in the vicinity.

God help us all.

EV Grieve

Hmm....

rick mcginnis

Alan Rickman as Hilly? Really?

mark coleman

ay yi yi. no mention of "please kill me" in the credits though i figure that must be the source material

DrBOP

It REALLY is the most mainstream poster I have EVER seen for something/sometime/someshit that was so far OFF the charts in reality. SUPER pandering to a dumbed-down audience without ANY sense of reality.
Guess I shouldn't be surprised.....has been the norm for the last 10 years.

F.....U.....C......K.....!.....!.....!


WIL NOT BE SEEING THIS!!!
Giving THEM money ONLY encourages them.

Alex in NYC

Exactly, it's all reduced to a revisionist cartoon.

Grahame


http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/heat-vision/cbgb-debuts-malin-akermans-blondie-432938

It's like watching a car crash in slow motion.

Velvet Underground??

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