Who is going?
Who is going?
Last edited by Cosmicman; Jul 23, '08 at 8:48 PM.
I was a huge X-Files fan...but the last movie was so disappointing to me...as well as the last two seasons of the show.
I love Gillian Anderson...she's a terrific actress and she's yummy...but the latest trailer didn't do anything for me...there was nothing there that made me think, wow, this is going to be awesome flick.
However, there's still X-Files love inside of me somewhere...so I might give it a shot and go see it regardless.
I'm like Hector. I used to be such a fan of the series. But the quality really went downhill and I just couldn't get into it anymore. This is a movie I will watch whether on DVD or catching a matinee, but it's just not a "must see soon" for me.
I really think X-files movies would have better success if it were on TV as a 2-3 hour miniseries. They have a loyal fan base (who likes to sit at home in the dark...not go to a theater).
I just can't bring myself to go to the theater to see a rehash of a TV series (unless it's something serious...like "A Very Brady Christmas". Now that's art!
I was a big fan of the show, but lost interest after Mulder left, so I didn't watch the final few seasons.
I am going to see the movie, just not this weekend.
Rental for me, which should show up at Netflix about a month after it opens friday.
Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It's perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we've learned something from yesterday.
I agree, this might have been better suited to a mini-series. Everyone seems to have lost interest after the last two seasons.
For me though, things like this don't have to be great or blow me away. I see them more just to visit with old characters I always enjoyed. So from that perpective, I'm looking forward to it, but I have no high expectations.
This is why I pay for HBO