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    Quote Originally Posted by agent999 View Post
    Surely Arnold's cheap enough to hire these days to get him back?
    Shane Black offered him a cameo in the most recent flick but Arnold declined to return to the franchise unless he's the star of the film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaibatan View Post
    Shane Black offered him a cameo in the most recent flick but Arnold declined to return to the franchise unless he's the star of the film.
    As much as I enjoy Arnold's 80s movies, the Predator will always be the star!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt H. View Post
    The only good one is the original.
    I enjoy the second film. It is almost as good as the original. But after than they are trash. Which is odd cause there is a bunch of good Predator comics and novels.

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    The second one is a lot of fun. Derivative as hell, but so entertaining.
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    Maybe Van Damme should be in the next one...

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    It saddens me when people fail to acknowledge the full-spectrum awesomeness of 'Predator 2'.

    Meanwhile, I saw the most recent one ('THE Predator'?) on a plane a couple of years back, and, perhaps it was just the jet-lag and exhaustion getting to me, but I found the first half pretty entertaining, in a you-gotta-be-fuckin-kidding-me kind of way. Really generated a lot of (largely unintentional?) laughs. More than anything, it felt like some goofy Olen Ray/Wynorski type b-movie made with an a-movie studio budget, so.... there are certainly worse things I could have been watching on the in-flight, although I recall the final act/big CGI showdown becoming very gruelling and charmless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BW Haggar View Post
    It saddens me when people fail to acknowledge the full-spectrum awesomeness of 'Predator 2'.

    Meanwhile, I saw the most recent one ('THE Predator'?) on a plane a couple of years back, and, perhaps it was just the jet-lag and exhaustion getting to me, but I found the first half pretty entertaining, in a you-gotta-be-fuckin-kidding-me kind of way. Really generated a lot of (largely unintentional?) laughs. More than anything, it felt like some goofy Olen Ray/Wynorski type b-movie made with an a-movie studio budget, so.... there are certainly worse things I could have been watching on the in-flight, although I recall the final act/big CGI showdown becoming very gruelling and charmless.
    I think there are bits of Shane Black's dark humour that come out which are intentional. But overall a sort of watchable mess. Liked it more than the third.
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    I don't really like PREDATOR 2. It's just kind of a typically loud, sloppy action film from the period. Plus I don't think the Predator is nearly as menacing in a big city setting as he was stalking men in the jungle. In a way, the city dwarfs him to a point that makes him seem less threatening.
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    Predator 2 was extremely disappointing on release. However it holds up much much better than Predators and The Predator.

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    Looks like the new movie is going to be an origin story.

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