Josh Hartnett Toplining 30 Days of Night

"Don't wanna bring me what I want to eat...what I wanna drank..."

XD

Yeah, I thought that scene was great.

As for range, I definitely think he's got it, but he seems to have a thing for playing dirty psychos, which is fine, 'cause he's good at it. Yeah, he may have been the nerdy guy in piercings from The Punisher, but he was a pretty badass in Hostage!!
 
Haha this movie was great.
It feels good to see vampires like these, and the story was great IMO.
I do hope we get an extended DVD, because I felt I could have used a bit more fleshing out (see more "Day XX" stuff, for example.
A hell of a movie though, I give it an 8.5 :up:

Yeah, that was an issue for me too. It didn't feel Like they were there for so long. Hell, if it weren't for those things at the bottom of the screen and the facial hair I would have guessed that this all took place in one night (yes, I know. It was 30 days of night. ha ha ha). I mean when I looked at the bottom of the screen and saw 18 days I thought "huh? The hell'd we get here so fast?".
 
This movie was great...absolutely terrifying! If it's sales don't pick up this weekend and over Halloween I'll be really disappointed in movie goers. Just my take on the crap thats actually had success this Fall. 30 Days Of Night was extremely well-made, well acted and brutal as hell, not letting up from the moment it gets going. The opening night crowd was sold out, people screamed, jumped, "OHhhh"d and cheered...it was a lot of fun.
 
Saw IV will be the winner next weekend. It might get second place.
 
it was an ok movie. Probabley one of the best vampire movies of this decade but then vampire movies over the last 7 years haven't been anything to write home about.

in a kind of way it reminds me of near dark even though they are totally different kinds movie.
 
Hartnett punching the vampiric Hitler's brains out are beyond awesome.

I thought that a little too weird considering that
he punched his entire fist through the vampire's head, even that stretches the limits of practicality for this movie. I also thought it was filmed rather awkwardly being that we saw his hand and not a wider-scope kill.
But I still liked the movie regardless.
 
Considering that they're vampires and that their flesh and bones are still affected in the same way as that of a human being's, add the super strength to that fact and punching through the guy's head is totally believable for me. Plus it was through his mouth.
 
They did have a compatent leader......in the comics. :)
 
I thought that a little too weird considering that
he punched his entire fist through the vampire's head, even that stretches the limits of practicality for this movie. I also thought it was filmed rather awkwardly being that we saw his hand and not a wider-scope kill.
But I still liked the movie regardless.

I hated the villain so much by that point that I was too excited to see him go down to care about stuff like that.
 
Umm ok...I wouldnt go that far. Marlow was an ok bad guy but nothing spectaculer like he should have been.
 
Slade wanted the vampires to be like primal beasts and kind of shark like, instead of the more regal Bela Lugosi types. So none of them spoke, except the leader, whose words were translated into subtitles.

My point is at the end, they still couldn't trust the audience enough to go all the way with that change. So they still had one leader that could speak, that would be translated to the audience.
 
And i dont agree with Slades or the studios logic becasue i nthe comics you got the same feeling and in fact for me a lot more scary the the vamps we got. Dont get me wrong i mnot saying they were terrible they were pretty good but i would have much rather had the marlow *cough and vincente cough* fro mthe comics cuz he was a pretty bad ass guy.
 
Umm ok...I wouldnt go that far. Marlow was an ok bad guy but nothing spectaculer like he should have been.

He was a great sadistic, loathsome ******* that I couldn't wait to see go down, and he was competent regardless of whether you liked him or not.
It's not unbelieveable that he was capable of strategizing.
 
Considering that they're vampires and that their flesh and bones are still affected in the same way as that of a human being's, add the super strength to that fact and punching through the guy's head is totally believable for me. Plus it was through his mouth.

You could be right, I was hoping for the axe though:o

I hated the villain so much by that point that I was too excited to see him go down to care about stuff like that.

True.
 
Just wished we could of saw more vampire tatics into fighting them(crosses,holy water,wooden steaks,etc.),instead of just one guy with an axe taking them out.
 
Just wished we could of saw more vampire tatics into fighting them(crosses,holy water,wooden steaks,etc.),instead of just one guy with an axe taking them out.

The religious items don't work in all vampire movies. Like Blade or John Carpenter's Vampires. And they really didn't have time to take a steak to the vampires hearts because the vamps didn't need to sleep.
 
Not to mention that these guys weren't exactly hunters.
 
movie was great, but ending was ****ing sad
 
Ben Foster kicks Shia ass in acting imo, just watch the movie Hostage and you will see how good of an actor he is
 

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