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  • Dumb/Funny Things That You Thought Were True When You Were a Kid....

    Freddy said:
    rhcoop said:
    After watching Indiana Jones, Star Wars and reading comic books,  I spent a tremendous amount of time planning and working on how I would survive if I had to navigate an active lava flow at some point in my life.

    It hasn't been useful yet, but I know in my heart it will be someday. 

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    Ahh hell, the lava from Yosemite will never reach Knoxville.
    On a related note: I believed it all. Quicksand took you down. Lava absolutely destroyed everything it touched. You can have a conversation while parachuting. Dual wielded handguns were accurate and seldom needed reloading. And as long as you ate your vegetables, said your prayers, and chewed tobacco, you too could use an M134 Minigun as your walkin' around weapon.



    We all learned about the chew from documentary about the Predator. 
    FreddyCretanBull
  • Dumb/Funny Things That You Thought Were True When You Were a Kid....

    After watching Indiana Jones, Star Wars and reading comic books,  I spent a tremendous amount of time planning and working on how I would survive if I had to navigate an active lava flow at some point in my life.

    It hasn't been useful yet, but I know in my heart it will be someday. 

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  • The Mandalorian Chapter 5: The Gunslinger SPOILERS

    Can we talk about who walked up on Ming-Na's body?

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    Elisa
  • The Irishman

    Really?  I'm surprised people are excited for this.  

    I hope people that are into it enjoy it, but I have zero interest in this.

    It just looks like a bloated and watered down version of all the 739 mob movies these guys have been in during the past 30 years.

    Am I alone thinking this?  I'm not being smart or bullying for an argument, I'm genuinely curious. 
    TBINKANSASmanhattnik
  • New Joker Trailer

    rhcoop said:
    This seems like the type of movie you would make if you were ashamed of the fact that your character is based on comic books. 
    It really looks very close to the Joker's origin in the killing joke with some of his supporting characters altered. 
    Maybe that’s why I’m so turned off by this movie. The Killing Joke sucks.
    I guess, but other than the weird choice on the last page its the best Alan Moore Batman story.  I don't think its as good as the Man who has everything Superman story, but it's pretty good.   The Bolland art is amazing in it. 

    I'm not setting you up for a debate, but why don't you like it?  You've just got some pretty strong feelings about the Joker based on your comments and I'm trying to puzzle them out.

    In regards to liking or hating Joker "origin" stories or how he should act, I think that Grant Morrison has the best idea.  His theory is that the explanation for why the Joker is so different from period to period, story arc to story arc is that his psychosis makes his personality shift and he moves up and down the violence spectrum.  Morrison used that to explain how the Joker can murder a family in one story and use Joker fish to menace Gotham in another story or have a painted over mustach in the 66 series. 

    I see this movie, the Nolan films and even suicide squad like this.  I don't ever get too twisted up on how the Joker is portrayed.

    Now Batman, I've got rules on that :b
    Murderbear