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So my provider is offering me a free video-on-demand rental, and I have narrowed it down to two titles, since so far I have not really seen anything else worth renting... and I have 90 days to take them up on the offer.
So what should it be?
If I timed the poll correctly it closes on the 22nd, since I plan to take the offer on this coming Sunday.
Definitely Star Trek, not because it is good, but because anything is better than the Hobbit movie. Like stated above the decision to stretch a very small book into 3 movies was ludicrous, and you won't find me watching it. I think they could have make one decent movie from the book, but only just.
Also, I did see the first Star Trek, it wasn't bad at all. I am curious about The Hobbit, since I did see the LOTR trilogy and I guess my only reason not to watch it is because it is just the theatrical release, and not an extended version. Same with the trilogy, it was much better when I saw the extended version, because there was a lot of plot elements missing from the theatrical release. Still I will let the polls dictate and there is still time