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• Posted by: Jason Poopieface   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, April 5, 2013, at 3:05 p.m.
• IP Address: ip72-193-229-235.lv.lv.cox.net

Peter Hyams (sp) was an enigma of the 80s (and especially 90s). his movies weren't actually that bad in the 90's. after arnold's End of Days though he seemed to just sort of .......... die (hyamsnnsamans). kind of like Renny Harlin around the same time. Was it the directors simply peaking years prior as directors/artists? or was it the inevitable transition from their type of hugely entertaining, but often bogus action/adventure/thriller movies that rung so true to many 90's audiences, but felt like cheesy retard goingsons to hip 21st century (younger?), perhaps more jaded groups of film(movie?)goers. there was something, all [bleep!] and bad filmmaking aside, somewhat naturalistic about those type of films and their sincere approach, given the subject material. oh days gone by. though I guess we could have all predicted mr Peter's rather slow demise in hollywood, when you compare his 2010 to kubrick's 2001.... ;;;ROLLS EYES;;; but u know, a few of john DEBney's tracks on End of Days are (nearly) as good as even the best bits of glorious religiosity in his passion of the christ score.






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