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7441  Site Related & More / RPGFan: Site / Re: Sexual Deviancy and RPGFan on: July 11, 2012, 01:02:01 AM
Dying. xD

There's a shirt with that rainbow pony on it that says "this shirt just got awesome".  Wtf is with MLP these days???  I don't get it.
7442  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Re: Recently Viewed Movies Episode 2: The Vampire Bites Back on: July 11, 2012, 12:58:19 AM
It's Kind of a Funny Story
Dumb title aside, the story is a lot of fun and good to follow.  The main teen admits himself to an institution with suicidal thoughts.  He fully admits his issues aren't that big (but life in general bogging him down in many ways) but because of this, focuses on the other characters and how a teen usually feels their life is going horribly (well, for some).  He comes to realize there are ways to fix it, life is hard, but there is a graceful way to move on.  I liked it.  A surprisingly outstanding performance for Zack Galifianakis who perfectly combines kinda nutty but highly sympathetic.  Also, I was amazed by the soundtrack, it was perfect and really set a mood.

Jane Eyre (2011? ver)
*yaaawn*.  I normally enjoy period pieces, and Pride and Prejudice's 2005 version is a personal favorite for the romance genre... what the fuck happened here though?  It's a snooze fest.  The romance isn't particularly compelling and felt too one-sided, and the "big kiss" scene between the Jane and Rochester looked just looked awkward and marks the only time Jane is ever seen showing any sort of emotion that isn't stoic.  No good.
7443  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 11, 2012, 12:30:34 AM
Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy (aka; is it just me or is the title annoying to type/say?).
Anyways, surprisingly difficuly, even on basic, the slow songs.  I can't time the really slow Vana D'iel March and FF9's Opening a Window[?] without putting my face to the screen.  Doesn't help I was trying this on public transit.
7444  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Tales of PlayStation(s) revealed on: July 09, 2012, 11:13:07 PM
Out of these 3 which one would you recommend playing first? Abyss, graces F, or vesperia.

Definitely Abyss.  Just be prepared for a fairly long journey. 

Fourth-ded.  Unfortunately, Abyss hasn't aged the best gameplay wise, but I still say it's years ahead of the others in terms of story.
7445  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 09, 2012, 11:11:51 PM
Fuck yeah, Theatrhythm, whoo!

Is this thanks to DDR?

FUCK man... FFFFFFFFF---....fiddle sticks. :(

That's impressive, now wow us by doing it on Ultimate. :D
This game is seriously addictive.
7446  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Michael Fass/Ass Creed on: July 09, 2012, 03:48:47 PM
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18773122

Hello!!! 

I do not mind this.  I'm extremely curious if this would actually go through.

I want Mike's face all over my face.

One question now... why the fuck do hot male actors go FULL BEARD after a movie to look like cave men?! >=/
7447  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Re: Recently Viewed Movies Episode 2: The Vampire Bites Back on: July 09, 2012, 03:18:26 PM
Hungover...watched Iron Sky whilst drunk last night.

What a terrible film.

A bad film can be good.  On that note, anyone see the movie that came with Tekken Tag Tournament?  I think it's called Blood Vengeance.  Well, anyways, we laughed the entire way.  So horrible it's absolutely awesome.

City Island.
Came out in 2009, did anyone here of this movie??  Probably the best hidden gem I've seen in a *while*!!
It starts with a dysfunctional family set up (and how), but the film prides itself on it's characters and their secrets. 
Early intro spoilers:
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Hubby (played by Andy Garcia) plays a prison guard who secretly attends acting classes, a wifey needing passion and cigarettes to counter petty jealousy, a son with a bizarre fetish (BBW), a college-attending and part-time stripper daughter, and a convict who is Garcia's son from the girlfriend he abandoned in his teens.
It all boils together in a great and embarrassing finale, but the ending throws no surprises so it ends a bit with a whimper -- but I suppose it'd be a hard thing to top when the rest of the film keeps throwing curve balls.
7448  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 09, 2012, 01:14:56 AM
http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/7/3142865/super-bad-oral-sex-scene-in-the-secret-world

Oh CUM ON! >__>


Actually improving in Rhythmheaven Final Fantasy... I'm amazed, I suck dick (^ok, bad timing^) at rhythm games.  It's really fun, but definitely not for casual play, you gotta be clear and awake.  Celes's track is giving me hell on Ultimate, mainly because the arrows are a goddamn mess.
7449  Media / Anime, TV, and Movies / Re: Recently Viewed Movies Episode 2: The Vampire Bites Back on: July 08, 2012, 12:23:17 PM
Grim loves a lot of shitty movies and shits on a lot of good movies
It's called an opinion, my friend. And I would like you to elaborate on this. Point out both of which you speak. I take my movie watching very seriously. I don't love shitty movies. I can't remember the last time I even saw a truly GREAT movie.
Wait, you're talking about The Artist, aren't you? I liked it well enough. I just never felt truly invested in it, though. Sue me for not loving a movie that any serious movie lover MUST love, or they lose their card.

Yeah, you poo-pooed The Artist, tasted Yoda's raging love for it.

Watched Penelope.
Awesome little kind-of-sort-of chick-flick.  Good quick humour, but more than that, great performances in a fun and pretty involving plot.  Its made me realize that James Macavoy and Peter Dinklage can't ever perform badly in a role. 
On a side, one thing that amused me immensely was the "town" it takes place in... I counted AT LEAST 3 main actors who were English but putting on an American accent, and a lot of the supporting/extras cast is a mix of American or Brit-English (a throw-back to old school fairy tale design??).

Sum: Recommended.  Great light-hearted modern-fairy tale with a great cast.

Ted.
My dad, who is as old and conservative and anti-Hollywood as it gets, saw this with me thanks to the fact Seth Macfarlane was at the helm.  It's amazing -- insofar of the Ted/Mark Wahlberg moments.  The drama was boring when they put it in, mainly because it was too typical and obvious.  Ted was fantastic even as a stand alone, the fight and the "big party scene" were fantastic.  Some of the jokes kind of fall flat (constant pop-culture stuff can do that), but some are just outrageous.  Awkward: my dad's a cop, and we pretty much watched a movie about two pot-heads.

Extra points if you can name which characters have worked with Seth before -- one being the surprise narrator voice.  Also, major credit to detailing what happens after 95% of dates (hint: prrbbt).

Sum: Really good, aside from the unneeded drama.  Recommended.
7450  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Hey, it's back! on: July 08, 2012, 09:50:53 AM
Serious.  What the fuck.  I expect much more from this website!!!!!!!!!!!!  How dare its downtime.
7451  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 08, 2012, 09:47:56 AM
What happened to that rumor where Skies of Arcadia was going up there and why the hell did no one follow it up?? D:

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Gamin' Update:  Final Fantasy Theatre Rhythm is absolutely fantastic, and the nostalgia trip has me believe in Square's FF future (idealist?).  I suck at rhythm games, but this is quite a blast.  The OP/ED sequences... are kinda dry, and I question the tracks for the main run (I actually really, really don't like Aeris' theme and One Winged Angel).  And while they're charming SD figures, I hate the rose-cheeks and the sort of dotted-cat-nose part... but the enemies more than make up for it appearance-wise.  Also, some of the translations are pretty dubious (specifically before battle & level up quotes)  So far, real happy. This game can have all my money as far as DLC is concerned (sorry Agent D... I've fallen!).


Totally agree dice. I am absolutely loving this game. Final Fantasies music has always been top of the class, and its great to see a game revolving around it. The replay value is also through the roof, it will probably take me years to unlock everything. I also totally agree with you on One Winged Angel. It sounds appropriately epic, but melodically I think its really lacking.

Playing this game has also reminded me how outstanding the music in Final Fantasy 8 is. Its been a long time since I played it, but every song that I have played so far has been excellent. Man with the Machine Gun and Waltz for the Moon are stunning.

Personally, I thought of the FF8 bunch, the overworld theme was amazing, even amongst FF's as a whole.  It's calm, pleasant, makes ya think...
I hope there's a lot to unlock, I'll throw my money in (actually, I youtube'd some of the DLC songs, some... could be better -- I didn't buy those. xD )

Anyone else playing??  Anyone having a slight issue with some of the EMS (aka FMV) songs??  I feel like the response on them lags a bit.
7452  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 05, 2012, 06:18:57 PM
characters are complete knobs but whats a wrpg without that

"Good"...?

They both fucken suck -- it's all about the few that actually do matter.
7453  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The NEW Game Journal on: July 05, 2012, 12:54:10 AM
What happened to that rumor where Skies of Arcadia was going up there and why the hell did no one follow it up?? D:

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Gamin' Update:  Final Fantasy Theatre Rhythm is absolutely fantastic, and the nostalgia trip has me believe in Square's FF future (idealist?).  I suck at rhythm games, but this is quite a blast.  The OP/ED sequences... are kinda dry, and I question the tracks for the main run (I actually really, really don't like Aeris' theme and One Winged Angel).  And while they're charming SD figures, I hate the rose-cheeks and the sort of dotted-cat-nose part... but the enemies more than make up for it appearance-wise.  Also, some of the translations are pretty dubious (specifically before battle & level up quotes)  So far, real happy. This game can have all my money as far as DLC is concerned (sorry Agent D... I've fallen!).
7454  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Youtube on: July 05, 2012, 12:53:16 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=23LcVgIlktc

These "Onii-chans" are always getting laid with their "Onee-sans".

Stuff like this is why anime sucks these days, it harms the lot of it anyways.  I hate that good shows are so few and far between; "moe" has ruined anime.

Moe is pretty insufferable but it's not the only culprit in today's ruined anime. The fact that practically every anime in the last 5 years has to start in a Japanese High School is highly odorous as well.

Naw, that's...always been a thing.  All life and adventures end in Japan when you turn 30.
7455  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: What's the haps? on: July 04, 2012, 04:39:25 PM
Our grass is crunchy and yellow... we seriously need some damn rain.

Anyone know the rain dance?
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