Saturday, April 9, 2011


I'm a fainter - and passing out in a movie theatre is something I'll only ever risk for Quentin Tarantino or Robert Rodriguez :) But if I do see this movie, the information on this honest poster would be helpful!

Imagine if all movie posters were like this! Have you ever been tricked by a movie poster? Or have an idea for an honest one?

Keep kicking ass!


  1. Oh wow, I won't be watching this movie. I admire his bravery, but I can't take pain - mine or others. And I can't imagine sitting 85 minutes knowing what is going to happen.

  2. I've seen so many bad movies based on fantastic but misleading trailers...
    Moody Writing

  3. Yipes--I remember when that happened with Aron Ralston. I love outdoor recreation, and this story really made me think, "Holy crap. I don't think I could have done it." I couldn't watch the movie, but now that I know I have 85 minutes until he actually cuts the arm off, maybe I can time it right by taking a bathroom break to miss that part :)

  4. Haha! I can't watch gore for the sake of gore either! I totally avoided the Saw series!

  5. @Lisa - I love it, because you know there's a whole lot of people just going for that :)

    @Ruth - Exactly! I want to watch, but I would feel sick knowing it was coming, and then when he does it? Pffoar. Because it's not just the pain and the horribleness, it's knowing that you're on your own and you have to do this thing... *shivers*

    @Mooderino - I know!!! Cutting trailers is a total art :) (There should be trailer Oscars!)

    @Jess - I know :( But you're so right, knowing when makes it easier to time the bathroom break :) Because aside from the eeeeeee, I heard the movie is awesome - really inspiring :)

    @Steph - Me, too! I know if I watch the Saw movies I will never sleep again... I can't even watch the trailers!

  6. I honestly can't watch this flick because I know he cuts his arm off. I do love James Franco, but I don't want to "hollywood see" it.


  7. @Tomara - I know! It's like seeing the Saw movies (or Free Willy...*), I would probably never recover!
    *A whale-phobia sounds a lot funnier than it actually is!!!