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Shouldn't I do the opposite? If they're wearing shirts, I don't wear a shirt?

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Your attempt to be cunning would work if we merely wanted to ignore them. This is not the case, we wish to destroy them, and the only way to do that is on a level they understand - t-shirts.
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mountainmage wrote:Well, there hasn't been a good spoof movie.
Edited for truth.
I hate all of those movies. Anything I've seen from any of them.
The only real exception to this rule would be the Austin Powers series, though it isn't exactly the same.

Also, Joe Loves Crappy Movies is updating again? I haven't checked comics in a long time, but I hadn't seen an update in a long, long time.

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That was the first update in months, don't get excited.

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Lethal Interjection wrote:
mountainmage wrote:Well, there hasn't been a good spoof movie LATELY.
Edited for super-truth.

I thought Young Frankenstein and Spaceballs were good movies.

Checkmate. (Damn you Kimra, you beat me to the punch.)
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Spoiler alert.

I didn't like Spaceballs. At all. I'm not close to a Mel Brooks fan.

Also, I just realized something. It is easier to get to a specific movie page on IMDb by using Google than using IMDb's dedicated search function.

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Galaxy Quest was good and that was definitely a spoof of Star Trek.

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Hmm, yeah it did have the laughs, but I wouldn't be sure if it was a classic comedy.
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We're arguing for classic comedies now? Aw man, um...The MATRIX

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Lethal Interjection wrote:Spoiler alert.

I didn't like Spaceballs. At all. I'm not close to a Mel Brooks fan.

Also, I just realized something. It is easier to get to a specific movie page on IMDb by using Google than using IMDb's dedicated search function.
What is it with you people and saying awful things?

Also, yes, google search is better for searching IMDb, Wikipedia, SMBCForum... No one has their own half-decent search engine.

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Sahan wrote:Hmm, yeah it did have the laughs, but I wouldn't be sure if it was a classic comedy.
I think it's classic, if I define classic as something I love watching at least once every three months then this is defiantly a classic. It never gets old. EVER.
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This scene, until about 2.30 in, it the best part of the entire movie.

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I would be hard pushed to pick my favourite moment, but that ones pretty darn good. I was compelled to watch it because I really do love it. It is one of the movies I watch a lot other such movies include:

Ground Hog Day
Grosse Pointe Blank
Office Space
Clue
(I kept the list to comedy for thematic purposes)
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If you enjoyed Grosse Pointe Blank you may enjoy it's (semi)sequel called War, Inc.

I know I thought it was funny.
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I was in the wrong frame of mind when I watched it, and I was watching it while cooking, so I was only giving it half the attention it needed. All I got from it was 'weird'. But under your recommendation I shall try and give it another go. :)
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