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i want to see it too !
I pity the fool!
‘Nuff said :))
Can’t be the toughest movie ever made without Jack Bauer. And ONLY Jack Bauer. He’s too tough to share top billing.
I believe it is being directed by Clint Eastwood.
Then we can buy the 2-DVD collector’s set with Director’s cut, alternate endings and “the making of” behind the scenes filming!
But yes, that would be a very, very good movie. 🙂
I completely understand.
I’m smellin’ what yer cookin’
Was it directed by Michael Bay? Then it would be the toughest movie ever.
I suspect it’s like watching a train wreck. You can’t NOT watch…
um. i avoid movies like that. i won’t watch it even on tv.
I pity the fools…who go and see it!
I want to see this one too!
… The Weinstein Company… heh…
Directly from http://www.chucknorrisfacts.com/page8.html – Mr. T pities the fool.
Chuck Norris rips the fool’s head off.
Whoever survives watching this movie, will be a lot stronger afterwards.
You know, what doesn’t kill you….
Only one movie would come close to this—Roadhouse! I still end up watching it every
time it’s on.
As long as it does not feature a mutation half chuck half Mr. T
This is great. Its says a lot about films today. I am a movie poster collector and can appreciate how a cool poster can make you want to see a bad movie…
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add bruce lee, jack bauer, and directed by micheal bay…that would make hell of a movie.
Bruce Lee RIP
And then they made “the expendables”…