LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Edminster » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:11 pm

Was she wearing more or less than this?

Image http://i.imgur.com/yAk6R.jpg Image

Anything more and it is quite literally more than she ever wears in the books.

e: here have a bunch more (also not work safe)
http://xemnu.blogspot.com/2011/04/dejah ... -mars.html
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Sahan » Tue Mar 13, 2012 2:14 pm

Why is her arm and crotch region so undefined in form?
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Kimra » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:28 pm

Yeah I suppose she had more boob support.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Crunchy Pete » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:37 pm

Edminster wrote:Image


I thought this meant news

I now know better
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby smiley_cow » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:43 pm

Edminster wrote:Was she wearing more or less than this?

Image http://i.imgur.com/yAk6R.jpg Image

Anything more and it is quite literally more than she ever wears in the books.

e: here have a bunch more (also not work safe)
http://xemnu.blogspot.com/2011/04/dejah ... -mars.html



It's cool how she can apparently twist her entire spine around so we get to see both her boobs and ass in a lot of those pictures. :P
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Edminster » Tue Mar 13, 2012 3:58 pm

martians are very flexible
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby DonRetrasado » Tue Mar 13, 2012 8:11 pm

Sahan wrote:Why is her arm and crotch region so undefined in form?

I believe that arm doubles as an oar.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby zomgmouse » Fri Mar 16, 2012 1:57 am

Timecrimes - highly recommended; dark and hilarious and the time travel is fiendishly simple
About Schmidt - okay
The Raid - fucking awesome; the fighting was all very beautiful, and the film itself was gripping and unrelenting
The Ghost Writer - it was weird and oddly satisfying to see a modern-day Polanski film (the latest I'd seen was The Tenant, made in 1976), but overall pretty disappointing
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Edminster » Fri Mar 16, 2012 2:13 am

zomgmouse wrote:Timecrimes - highly recommended; dark and hilarious and the time travel is fiendishly simple

Yes! Seriously people, go watch this movie.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Kimra » Fri Mar 16, 2012 6:08 am

Timecrimes:

What year was it made and what language is it in? This is a fairly common movie title.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Edminster » Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:09 am

Los Cronocrimenes, Spain, 2007

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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby zomgmouse » Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:38 am

Kimra wrote:Timecrimes:

What year was it made and what language is it in? This is a fairly common movie title.

Not sure if being sarcastic or actually clueless.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby Kimra » Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:48 am

zomgmouse wrote:Not sure if being sarcastic or actually clueless.

With me it's always safe to assume the latter. There is another movie coming out in 2012 called Timecrimes (probably an American remake). But I assure you I was clueless.


Other news:
Cowboys and Aliens: Some really bad lines, lots of action, lots of people dying to save a few. All in all it was okay, but I wouldn't bother watching it a second time.
Conan the Barbarian: Really stupid sex scene in the middle, far far far too much blood / gore (if they had cut down on this they might have had an audience to actually watch the movie i.e. young boys), it would have been fine without half the blood and then it would have been a fun action adventure movie the likes of most Jerry Bruckheimer's productions. Eye candy? 100% worth watching. Man in a skirt, why you so sexy?
Fright Night: Despite being a remake it felt very 80's. David Tenant was fun to watch as he swore his nut off. Vampires looked creepy, no lovey dovey shit with the vampires so they were actually monsters (this is a point of contention for many people I'm aware). Enjoyable at 4am in the morning when I was highly sleep deprived. Also Colin Farrell was hot.*

*I must notice this more when I'm tired, I have not watched so many movies and thought so many people where hot in such a long time.
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby zomgmouse » Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:08 am

Kimra wrote:
zomgmouse wrote:Not sure if being sarcastic or actually clueless.

With me it's always safe to assume the latter. There is another movie coming out in 2012 called Timecrimes (probably an American remake). But I assure you I was clueless.

I believe it is a remake, although I don't know if it's actually being made.
Also, two films doesn't reeeeeeally make it "fairly common".
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Re: LR's MOVIE OF THE NOW

Postby zomgmouse » Sun Mar 18, 2012 11:09 am

The Exterminating Angel - fascinating, but more the ideas than their execution
Animal Kingdom - meh; the characters were quite good, but otherwise undeservedly acclaimed
Singin' in the Rain (rerewatch) - absolutely wonderful
Rififi - amazingly taut
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