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Re: Movies We'd Like to See Again

Post by TheBigCasino » Thu Jun 27, 2013 11:27 pm

I found it!
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I thought he was gonna show me how it's done, still waiting.
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Re: Movies We'd Like to See Again

Post by coqui_chris » Thu Jun 27, 2013 11:34 pm

TheBigCasino wrote:I found it!
viewtopic.php?f=1&t=67247&start=15

I thought he was gonna show me how it's done, still waiting.
Oh Star Wars isn't boozy? The Cantina wasn't serving up Space Sarsaparilla ...
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Post by mistah willies » Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:05 pm

coqui_chris wrote: Oh Star Wars isn't boozy? The Cantina wasn't serving up Space Sarsaparilla ...
Makes one think: If there may exist alcohol-based life forms on one of those planets out in the cosmos, what would they drink for intoxication?

Also, I'd be a vampire there.

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Post by Frankennietzsche » Fri Jun 28, 2013 8:19 pm

coqui_chris wrote:I'd like to watch THE PROFESSIONAL again.

Also, I was kind of depressed when somebody made a DOC thread and I posted a Doc Holliday scene from TOMBSTONE and got crickets.
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Post by mistah willies » Fri Jun 28, 2013 10:38 pm

Star Wars, the first three.

1978: Boba Fett introduced.

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Post by Lush City » Sat Jun 29, 2013 5:02 pm

Don't mess with that alien brew! Look what happened to the crew of the Enterprise http://youtu.be/mkf5okMaIYk
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Post by Savage » Mon Jul 01, 2013 2:57 am

I saw the first Star Wars in 1977, on a date with an older man. I thought it was just great. Now I realize that it was a vastly superior version of some of the 1930's and 1940's space saga films. Years later, when the 1-2-3 came out, I yarked. I blame Jar-Jar Binks for much of that, but really, have the times changed that much, or did those films suck so much subsoil?
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Post by Lush City » Sat Jul 06, 2013 5:30 pm

Savage wrote:I saw the first Star Wars in 1977, on a date with an older man. I thought it was just great. Now I realize that it was a vastly superior version of some of the 1930's and 1940's space saga films. Years later, when the 1-2-3 came out, I yarked. I blame Jar-Jar Binks for much of that, but really, have the times changed that much, or did those films suck so much subsoil?
Those films are all classics. They all told an archetypal story for better or worse.

You want real trash in 3-D check out Prometheus. Good luck trying to make sense out of that. It was all hyped as the prequel for the Alien saga but fell on it's face. There are too many gimmicks today and it looks like cartoons when they do the CGI stuff. Give me King Kong or Godzilla terrorizing humanity.
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Post by Savage » Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:18 pm

Lush City wrote:
Savage wrote:I saw the first Star Wars in 1977, on a date with an older man. I thought it was just great. Now I realize that it was a vastly superior version of some of the 1930's and 1940's space saga films. Years later, when the 1-2-3 came out, I yarked. I blame Jar-Jar Binks for much of that, but really, have the times changed that much, or did those films suck so much subsoil?
Those films are all classics. They all told an archetypal story for better or worse.

You want real trash in 3-D check out Prometheus. Good luck trying to make sense out of that. It was all hyped as the prequel for the Alien saga but fell on it's face. There are too many gimmicks today and it looks like cartoons when they do the CGI stuff. Give me King Kong or Godzilla terrorizing humanity.
True about the 123's. That whole bit about the mom dying, and that was what made her son become what he became, after he was already so full of hubris, yes, truly classic lit. But I still hate Jar Jar Binks. Comedic relief is one thing (see Slim Pickens, et al) but, damn.
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Post by mistah willies » Thu Jul 11, 2013 9:02 pm

Savage wrote:True about the 123's. That whole bit about the mom dying, and that was what made her son become what he became, after he was already so full of hubris, yes, truly classic lit. But I still hate Jar Jar Binks. Comedic relief is one thing (see Slim Pickens, et al) but, damn.
Hubris. Indeed.

The old director nailed it with the first three. But the jar jar thing was evidently his attempt to sell out to a new generation of kids and he had no clue.

or Worse, he listened to the "experts" in such a thing, or thenm Hollywood vice-prodeucers.

He should ahve stayed true to the roigninal intent/

Maybe Disney can do it better?


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Re: Movies We'd Like to See Again

Post by Booz Hound » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:18 pm

Jurassic Park, less bad acting more prehistoric maulings!
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Post by Palinka (RIP) » Fri Jul 12, 2013 3:42 pm

Booz Hound wrote:Jurassic Park, less bad acting more prehistoric maulings!
Then this might raise a smile.
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Re: Movies We'd Like to See Again

Post by mistah willies » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:42 pm

I haven't seen the latest Star Trek movie because I'm old and always endrunkened, but here are two guys half in the bag who've offered their own evaluation of it. I stopped viewing it when they put up the Spoiler Alert thing.

Don't tell me that I won't like it. Duuuudez

I want to watch the one with V-ger again. All of the science was perfect in that.

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Re: Movies We'd Like to See Again

Post by Palinka (RIP) » Tue Jul 23, 2013 9:32 am

Gold, a 1970s disaster movie starring Roger Moore (for more information, click here). Drink Recommendations: Goldschlager, Zlatý Bažant, Gold Label Barley Wine.
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