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Old 8th June 2007, 04:49 AM   #121
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Originally Posted by Arus808 View Post
I could go on and on and on. BTW, I can recite The Princess Bride, Star Trek: the wrath of Khan and Disney's Mulan, word for word.
You are a goddess.
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Old 8th June 2007, 04:53 AM   #122
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You are a goddess.
Still no girlfriend then Belz?

Should be a few chicks down there in hell, why not organize a singles night or some speed dating?
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Old 8th June 2007, 05:03 AM   #124
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Originally Posted by Belz... View Post
I hate you, Brain.
Well I only asked on the off chance that you might pass one my way...
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Old 8th June 2007, 05:06 AM   #125
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Well I only asked on the off chance that you might pass one my way...

You want them ladies, you gotta get one of these



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Old 8th June 2007, 05:12 AM   #126
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Some of my favorite films from 1987-2007 (not in order):

1. Braveheart
2. Gladiator
3. Layer Cake
4. Last Temptation of Christ
5. The Passion
6. The Sixth Sense
7. Calendar Girls
8. 300
9. War of the Worlds
10. Heat (sorry, but Deniro and Pacino are good)
11. Lord of The Rings Trilogy

These are not my top, but some of my favs.

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Old 8th June 2007, 05:16 AM   #127
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You want them ladies, you gotta get one of these

http://www.coolclockstore.com/store/...0001%20CCS.jpg

You'll have to beat 'em off with a stick. Sarge wouldn't do you wrong, man, trust me on this
Umm maybe if I was a steely eyed marine, but as I'm a bookworm 43 year old Aussie who hates sport, I think I might try a different approach.

I prefer the- "Didn't I meet you on the set of(insert TV soap of your choice here)..." type strategy.

Probably explains why I'm talking pick-up lines with Beelzebub.
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Old 8th June 2007, 05:39 AM   #128
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They all live hiply ever after.
Snort.

The entire post linked above: nominated.
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Old 8th June 2007, 05:57 AM   #129
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With all due respect you appear to have a very narrow range of appreciation. Would you also be an older gentleman/woman?

Would you struggle to list twenty films you consider "good" in the last twenty years? (And I don't mean "enjoyable"; bad films can still be enjoyable at least once. I mean actual good films).

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I'm 28.

I was just naming a few movies off the top of my head, I didn't know you were looking for a comprehensive list of every movie that I have ever enjoyed.

I was just listing a few favorites.

I would have no problem finding 20 good films in the last 20 years under your standards. The thing is, none of them would be Michael Bay or Kevin Smith movies.
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Old 8th June 2007, 05:59 AM   #130
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One Good Actor? Are you really trying to tell me Jason Lee, Linda Fiorentino, and Alan freaking Rickman aren't good actors? Hell Selma Heyack, Ben Stiller, and Matt Damon got some acting chops. too. And the scene from Jay and Silent Bob with Damon n Stiller rehearsing for "Good Will Hunting 2" is rule8ing hilarious. "Hey Crowe how about you do some directing here?" "Later. I'm counting money." And thats just off the top of my head.

I won't argue a matter of taste with you, because it's subjective, my issues with loose changes are about the lies, distortions and untruths in it, I assume thats the same with everyone else here.

Fine you don't like Kevin Smith's body of work, but come on don't equate it to Loose Change. You think Kevin Smith makes bad films, some of us disagree. But the thing about Loose Change is that it's not just a bad film, it's a flat out wrong film.

I respect your opinion.

I think Kevin Smith is awful. Matt Damon is great when he's not acting in ****** movies.

I judge movies by their ability to affect me emotionally. That's how I judge all art, actually from films to wine.
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Old 8th June 2007, 06:05 AM   #131
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So, is there any update on when Dylan will be fulfilling his newfound potential to "die happy" or will this just be another in a long line of broken promises and missed deadlines?
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Oh God no, not Kevin Smith

They've started infecting celebrities I actually like, what a bloody travesty

*edit* oh haha this is what I get for not reading a thread

How glorious

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Old 8th June 2007, 06:23 AM   #133
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One Good Actor? Are you really trying to tell me Jason Lee, Linda Fiorentino, and Alan freaking Rickman aren't good actors? Hell Selma Heyack, Ben Stiller, and Matt Damon got some acting chops. too. And the scene from Jay and Silent Bob with Damon n Stiller rehearsing for "Good Will Hunting 2" is rule8ing hilarious. "Hey Crowe how about you do some directing here?" "Later. I'm counting money." And thats just off the top of my head.


Oh I forgot to say:

Salma Hayek is a good actress?

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Old 8th June 2007, 06:27 AM   #134
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Oh I forgot to say:

Salma Hayek is a good actress?

She has a couple of good... points.
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Umm maybe if I was a steely eyed marine, but as I'm a bookworm 43 year old Aussie who hates sport, I think I might try a different approach.

I prefer the- "Didn't I meet you on the set of(insert TV soap of your choice here)..." type strategy.

Probably explains why I'm talking pick-up lines with Beelzebub.
Ask any lady on here. They love a guy with a big clock.
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She has a couple of good... points.
What he said.
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From Dusk Til Dawn still remains a cinematic masterpiece for this reason only


Salma Hayek. With a Snake.

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Actually I have to agree with those who are not big K. Smith Fans. Those films I have watched (Chasing Amy, Clerks, Dogma) I have not liked. I find them intellectual in their humor, but too much so alot of the time, and then other elements are just retarded. Dogma, in particular, drove me insane in a bad way.

Now in interviews, I have enjoyed listening to Smith, and feel he is a very intelligent, and likely to many, genius man.

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I'd just like to say: People have different tastes, and I respect that.

But if anybody ever compares Kevin Smith to Dylan Avery again, I'll stinkpalm them.

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Originally Posted by Dylan Avery
You don't call a movie you hate "fu[rule8] riveting"
Quote mine much?

Critic: "Loose Change" is a no-good pile of yesterday's cat food, and a terrific demonstration of the failing of our educational system. Want to cry, knash your teeth, and rend your garments at the sight of willful stupidity on proud display? Watch this video.

Dylan: You don't call a movie you hate "good" and "terrific," not to mention urge others to see it!
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Actually I have to agree with those who are not big K. Smith Fans. Those films I have watched (Chasing Amy, Clerks, Dogma) I have not liked. I find them intellectual in their humor, but too much so alot of the time, and then other elements are just retarded. Dogma, in particular, drove me insane in a bad way.

Now in interviews, I have enjoyed listening to Smith, and feel he is a very intelligent, and likely to many, genius man.

TAM


One thing that really bugged me about Dogma was having an Angel of Death called "Loki" and a demon called "Azrael". I mean, why swap names around and mess them up? The actual mythological names are perfectly adequate.

Stuff like that just says to me "We couldn't be bothered doing any research". It's lazy filmmaking. What makes it worse is I suspect Kevin Smith is the sort of guy who would sit around with his friends complaining about how the latest comic book adaptation into film changed x y and z.

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One thing that really bugged me about Dogma was having an Angel of Death called "Loki" and a demon called "Azrael". I mean, why swap names around and mess them up? The actual mythological names are perfectly adequate.

Stuff like that just says to me "We couldn't be bothered doing any research". It's lazy filmmaking. What makes it worse is I suspect Kevin Smith is the sort of guy who would sit around with his friends complaining about how the latest comic book adaptation into film changed x y and z.

-Gumboot
Actually, I think that was Smith's way of poking fun at the Catholic church...well one way, anyway.

I could be wrong, but I always interpreted that as just being another snipe at Catholicism.
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Actually, I think that was Smith's way of poking fun at the Catholic church...well one way, anyway.

I could be wrong, but I always interpreted that as just being another snipe at Catholicism.
Except Azrael is from Islamic mythology and Loki from Norse myth. Neither name is associated with Catholicism, as far as I know.
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NWO rule #384:

When BJE makes a post to 911booger, someone must take it seriously. This serves to highlight the inanity of 9/11 conspiracy theories.
And so someone does:

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Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Climate warfare?

Okay now this might sound crazy, but since when has that stopped me? :-)

I have been thinking for some time about the possibility that Hurricane Katrina might have been deliberately engineered by some technology for manipulating the climate. I got the idea from an old Mel Gibson movie, Conspiracy Theory (only, in that movie it isn't a hurricane but an earthquake). The notion is a bit wacky, but I didn't really take the possibility seriously until now. Just now I read this article on 911Booger (not 911Blogger) that raises the possibility that Cyclone Gonu has been engineered deliberately to threaten Iran (possibly accomplished with the use of chemtrails).
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And so someone does:
I found the tessellated background picture of this guy's blog fairly amusing. Jesus rides into Jerusalem on a humble donkey velociraptor.
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"And now I can die happy"- Dylan Avery
Just so long as he dies soon, I'll be happy. Most likely, he'll live to be 80. Such is the irony of life.

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Just so long as he dies soon, I'll be happy. Most likely, he'll live to be 80. Such is the irony of life.

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I'd rather he lives to 80 with people pointing and laughing at him. It looks very likely.
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Well, two of them over on LCF at least go it right. Maybe Dylan's bong emptied out long enough that he finally figured it out because the excitement and thrills have completely died out.

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A plug is usually a positive thing, though. It doesn't help having the movie mentioned if KS is taking the piss and being sarcastic.

Dylan, please DON'T play this on any radio show, it will damage the movement! KS is taking the piss and being sarcastic, and if you play it as though it supports us, it's just going to bite us in the arse!
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He didn't come across as sympathetic to the cause, though. It sounded more like he was making fun of us truthers, and making fun of you. Espeically the part where the other guy goes on about your "whining" voice and stuff - that was just mean and uncalled for. I don't think he's at all on side, and I don't think we should be promoting him when it's obvious he is an anti-truther and when he's dissing loose change.
Both of them are avid truthers, but they could at least see past the celebrity goggles to what Kevin was saying about their precious Dyllie Wyllie! So we'll stop promoting him! That'll show him! Yeah all both of your members will boycott his next film! You guys don't buy films anyway, you rip them from friends.
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Except Azrael is from Islamic mythology and Loki from Norse myth. Neither name is associated with Catholicism, as far as I know.
I know that. Hence, poking fun at the Catholic Church. Especially since Loki is a malevolent trickster god in Norse mythology.
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You are a goddess.
haha. im just nuts. blame the parents; made me a star trek fan..i also blame my brother-in-law.. everytime he would come visit my sister (when they were dating) the first thing that would be put into the LaserDisc player is Wrath of khan

he bought the soundtrack to the movie. And with the background music running he could recited the script as it played; like how it happened in the movie.


oh, i forgot to add
I also can recite everything from Big Trouble In Little China, word for word
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oh, i forgot to add
I also can recite everything from Big Trouble In Little China, word for word
To heck with Belz... you need to marry me.

This reminds me that I need to get that particular DVD back from a certain friend.
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Keep reading Dylans response. The boy really has them blinders on.



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I'll be playing it uncensored tonight on Revere Radio as well.

Look...if he hated the film, or was an anti-9/11 Truth, he would have stopped after saying, "I described it as the Loose Change of UFOs..." Instead, he goes off to describe the film and a claim it made in the first edition.

Just because he wasn't shouting "9/11 Was an Inside Job" doesn't mean he isn't sympathetic to the cause
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Old 9th June 2007, 02:48 PM   #154
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oh, i forgot to add
I also can recite everything from Big Trouble In Little China, word for word
DAMMIT!

You wouldn't happen to be available, would you ?
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I am dreading the release of the new Transformers movie.
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I am dreading the release of the new Transformers movie.

Fear the Bumblebee!
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Not exactly 'form follows function'
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Ugh. Was that necessary, Red ?
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I am dreading the release of the new Transformers movie.

Why?

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Give him some credit. He set out to make a fictional film and succeeded completely.
At LEAST that, yes.
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