Calena wrote:IÂ´ll tell you how I liked Planet Terror when I`ve finally seen it (starts on August 24th).
Transformers: I like those cars which turn into battle-mechs that I have seen in the trailers. But it`s a pity if the movie`s really humor-free. As IÂ´m a girl myself I hope there will be handsome guys too.
Speaking of the differences between how guys and girls like some movies, I should have mentioned Planet Terror was more appealing to guys than girls. It had lots of T&A as you'd expect for a parody of older B movies and exploitation films. Of the main female characters, I think one worked as an exotic dancer, another was a bimbo, and another was a very dominant type of nurse. It had lots of "zombie" style action scenes and violence. The action was usually done in fresh, funny ways (like comic book or cartoon type action but realized with visual effects), but still it was often intentionally gross and gory. Also, to tie together the Grindhouse release, a few of the actors and characters who appeared in Planet Terror reappeared in bit parts in Death Proof, you might be able to spot the overlaps.