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« Reply #4560 on: May 02, 2016, 12:03:20 PM »

I  would peel her skin and gouge her eyes out

I'm quoting the above because Yoda deserves recognition for winning the Annual RPGFan Potato Innuendo Battle with it.

As for movies:

Watched Leatherhead's yesterday, the George Clooney project about professional American Football in 1925, also starring Renee Zellwegger and John Krazinsky.  I really enjoyed it, but I'll just tell you straight up that I am predisposed to adore anything set in the 1920s.  Randy Newman's music was the star of this show, with Clooney's envy-inducing voice playing a close second fiddle.  The actual football action was just ok and the romance was odd but not without feels.  The humor was solidly in the "cute" range.  It's a movie that should make most people smile, especially if you love the '20s.
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« Reply #4561 on: May 02, 2016, 12:07:12 PM »

Arnold Schwarzeneggar in a fur loincloth and a big sword...who wouldn't be entertained?

...I am kinda partial to the blonde chick in both of his Conan movies :)

Have you seen this pic of Arnold with Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant?

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« Reply #4562 on: May 02, 2016, 12:10:43 PM »

I watched a lot of the Last Samurai because it's on a lot for whatever reason these days.

What can I say, I enjoyed it.
I say the same thing regarding 47 Ronin.

I haven't seen that one but want to, hopefully it'll be on at some point I did see the Matrix on last night which erm, gave me at least some Keeanu um, something.

I watched a lot of the Last Samurai because it's on a lot for whatever reason these days.

What can I say, I enjoyed it.

Tom Cruise's hair in that movie is flawless.
And Ken Watanabe is a perfect person in general.

Seconding Cruise-sans's amazing flowy hair.
Also seconding Watanabe being perfect.

Anyway, watched Conan the Barbarian which was on, decided to watch again, yeah, still entertains me.
Arnold Schwarzeneggar in a fur loincloth and a big sword...who wouldn't be entertained?

...I am kinda partial to the blonde chick in both of his Conan movies :)

Sandahl Bergman?



Yeah she is pretty cool in it, she and Ah-nold have some cool chemistry.

Arnold Schwarzeneggar in a fur loincloth and a big sword...who wouldn't be entertained?

...I am kinda partial to the blonde chick in both of his Conan movies :)

Have you seen this pic of Arnold with Wilt Chamberlain and Andre the Giant?



Lol! Now I have to re-watch Princess Bride.



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« Reply #4563 on: May 02, 2016, 12:19:41 PM »

Brief reviews of movies I watched this weekend.

Keanu (2016) - Classic comedy from Key & Peele. The movie centers around a kitten getting kidnapped, yet has more to do with Key & Peele pretending to be wannabe thugs in LA. The movie was a good mix of comedy and action. Apparently, cats are seeing an increasing role in movies this year: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2016/05/01/cat-movies-keanu-nine-lives-alice-looking-glass/83671120/.

Point Break (2015) - A remake with a twist. I went into this movie not expecting to see actors replace the classic 1991 roles of Swayze and Reeves which helped. I felt like I was watching an X-Games movie. Visually it was stunning, but the acting wasn't as memorable as the original to me. Before this movie, I had not heard of Luke Bracey who played the Reeves undercover FBI agent role. He appeared in GI Joe (2013) as Cobra Commander and a role in The November Man.

@Artimicia. I had a crush on her when I saw the movie as a kid. Although... what happened to her face recently?

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« Reply #4564 on: Today at 02:10:47 AM »

I saw Civil War today.

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Spider-Man and Ant Man
were the best.

Ending was a bit anti-climactic.
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« Reply #4565 on: Today at 02:31:44 AM »

@Artimicia. I had a crush on her when I saw the movie as a kid. Although... what happened to her face recently?



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