I still think this move looks like hot garbage and it's even worse that they're cashing in on the legacies of Rocky and Raging Bull. But with so much potential it is no shock someone could easily throw together such an awesome looking poster. Maybe it's because I've been watching some old boxing matches and documentaries but this old school fight poster is something I'd hang in my room. That is if the movie turns out to be anything but terrible.
For some reason I still haven't gotten around to watching what some say is DreamWorks' best film How To Train Your Dragon. I will eventually especially with the sequel now set and ready to come out. I do hope they can keep this franchise going strong because seeing only Pixar/Disney own the animated feature market gets boring.
We'll end this week's edition with a movie I'm slowly getting excited about despite coming out of the first one feeling rather lackluster. Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug may be where I get back onto the Lord of the Rings fan train. Seeing Smaug finally would really help and grander more epic battles finally fully realized doesn't hurt either. Not to mention just less focus on a group of dwarves and more focus on dragons and elves is always a good thing.