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Ooooo that looks good Joe. My geekOmeter was tingling. I picture Bruce Willis raising an eyebrow over it, Statham too. I always like watching scenes of carnage and destruction unfold, buildings blown up and planes crashing. Things that we would be horrified to have actually happen. Film shows us these things in a hyper-realistic way, explosions are crystal clear, planes crash in a way they actually never would. But still, for the little boys in all of us, it’s fun to watch them go boom.
Comment by Ptolemy13 — January 23, 2013 @ 10:26 am
Ptol–There’s yet another White House-under-siege movie in the pipeline.
Not surprising in the least. I would assume a percentage the American audiences would enjoy such images, much more so than say, the Eifel Tower or one of my favorites, St. Peters. I would also say it’s a round about way of touching on our 911 memories, without really touching on them.