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spurgeonryan said:
SvennoJ said:
spurgeonryan said:
Loll Stonehedge apacolypse? So.. the druids version of 2012?

I really enjoyed the book of Eli as well. Something I missed though, was he blind?

Stonehenge turns out to be some ancient terraforming device that decides to re-terraform the earth by sending EM pulses to ancient monuments (pyramids, angor wat etc) that then 'open up' and unleash super volcanos.

I'm not sure if he was blind it never actually stated one way or the other. It's possible. I don't know why the other guy was so devastated that it was in braille though, it's not a tough code to crack... Doesn't really matter for the movie in the end, the premise was quite silly to begin with.

So Stonehenge was there to help destroy the Earth....... :)



It has been a while since I forced myself to watch a cheesy movie. Used to do it all the time, but hardly have the stomach for it anymore.

Sometimes you find a hidden gem with the emphasis on sometimes :)
Riverworld (2003 version) was very enjoyable, a lot better then the average Micheal Bay flick. It probably helped that I never read the book and expected the worst.
I thought the same of Alice (2009), a fun spin on the classic tale. It's a shame I can't get syfy channel here.
My favorite version of Alice is by Jan Svankmajer, a surreal stop motion version.

I forgot about it during the 80's thread.
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