quote:Originally posted by Rokkr I think you'll find arguing with AYE is like arguing with that homeless guy in every city who shouts at people on the street, but can't seem to understand anything said to him.
Is there any chance, your humble mind will ever reflect on you the way you are? A boring, whiney, online cunt?
quote:Originally posted by rust Dead Alive 4/5
One of the most awesome flicks I've ever seen.
dead alive is indeed an awesome movie.
resident evil: afterlife. i was in the mood for a bad movie and i was not let down. every single frame they shot was like a self contained universe of terrible strung together to form an awful multiverse full of infinite stupid possibilities. the fact that it borrowed some of the more interesting parts from resident evil 5 and did fuck all with them was like some kind of painful icing on an abortion of a cake. bonus points were awarded for the t-virus being a literal letter t floating in the bloodstream of the infected.
" Future years will never know the seething hell and the black infernal background of countless minor scenes and interiors, (not the official surface courteousness of the Generals, not the few great battles) of the Secession war; and it is best they should notï¿½the real war will never get in the books." ~ Walt Whitman
quote:What if one of the greatest space adventures was a hoax? When the head of NASA's manned Mars mission discovers that the capsule meant to carry the astronauts will suffer a catastrophic failure, he forces them to participate in a hoax by broadcasting their "mission" from a studio built at an abandoned air force base. All is going well until they learn that the only way for the hoax to be maintained is for them to die upon re-entry...
My sister and I once sat through a double bill of Logan's Run and Capricorn One three times, just to get away from our mom one day when she was on a tear. By the third go, we could recite long parts of both movies. We left the theater covered in popcorn thrown at us by annoyed patrons.
I sat the monkeys down last night and showed them Ghostbusters 1&2 back to back. It was refreshing to see their reactions and how it wasn't too different than my own as a kid. And to add to the nostalgia, I made a point of showing it to them on VHS. (I think their biggest laugh came from watching "Uncle Tefl" cuss and fight with the tracking until I said fuckit and cleaned the VCR head by hand. It did however turn into a positive lesson as they were fascinated by the inner workings of the VCR.)
I make a point of showing them at least one good old movie I grew up on each time they come over for the night. Their questions about them afterward are really fun to answer and I love to see the sense of wonder and awe they experience as they take in these "oldschool classics."