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Bayern, Dortmund, Leverkusen und Schalke in der CL:
Hans Baldung's art preceded the zombie hype with about 500 years
"Triumph of the Death"
by Pieter Bruegel the Elder
3 - 1 for Finland, well done!
1979-08-08: Celtic 6-1 China
I think there should be more speed skating and luge events at the winter olympics (women's ice hockey is rather redundant on the other hand).
T. J. Oshie trolls the Russian team. :hick:
correct, Spear Dog!
Superior Bavarian Luge-culture :beerchug:
I've only seen that movie once, but there's always something about Robert Duvall that makes him so recognisable. :)
hint: the director is extremely old
I think kids would adapt faster to this new world than adults and that they wouldn't behave in such a bratty way (Carl sounded like a spoiled teen, who hates his father because he didn't get a Xbox...
nah, I think they would act more like kids from traditional hunter-gatherer societies, while this looks like a 1950s James Dean cliché.
Markas is right - it was Time Bandits.
As I said it's probably influenced by a stereotypical idea that "teenagers would always rebel" or something like this. But my idea of a such an apocalyptic world would be that this phenomenon would...
I didn't enjoy that part and found it rather inconsistent with the character. And a zombie-apocalypse is surely not the right place for stereotypical 20th century teenage rebellion. I hope the...
I saw it in the cinema and I even own the 3d version (I'm a bit of a Herzog-nerd actually) :tongue:
okay, next one:
"Cave of Forgotten Dreams" by Werner Herzog
i've edited the previews together:
can't believe they reused this Legionary-armour from "Gladiator". :no:
Some of the preview pictures really look awesome. Though I'd wish the time period was rather 100 years earlier or 50-100 years later (I just don't like the typical helmet of this era, the so called...
latest preview: http://www.metacafe.com/watch/11299022/the_walking_dead_2014_a_look_ahead_s4/
The Da Vinci Code :funny:
some drawings I made during the last months
That face Laura Dern sees in "Inland Empire".
you forgot this one:
Quod pectus, quod crura tibi, quod bracchia uellis,
quod cincta est breuibus mentula tonsa pilis,
hoc praestas, Labiene, tuae -- quis nescit? -- amicae.
Some raving mad man chasing Jeremy Iron's character in "Kafka" (1991)
some movie-adaption of a Dickens-story?
Agreed. I think he will score three goals, bite two arms and one neck.