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    Re: 'Star Wars' discussions

    IIRC Mace Windue having a purple saber was a simply request by Samuel L. Jackson - he only wanted to be in the movie if he got his own colour
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    Re: Black Sails

    So is this show any decent at this point ? I like the premise of the show but I've already got enough shows to catch up on so spots on my to-watch list are hard-fought
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    Re: 'Star Wars' discussions

    Yeah that's definitely the feeling I was getting - although I thought it was more the saber (rather than the Force, though it essentially boils down to the same thing I guess) which chose, kind of...
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    Re: Hail, Caesar! (Coen Brothers)

    I have to say I find the Coens a bit overrated myself as well, with the exception of No Country for Old Men and Burn After Reading. Good directors for sure, but if they're the best filmmakers of this...
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    Poll: Re: TWC (unofficial) best picture of 2015.

    Not a bad year after all. What I really like is how some of the big blockbusters, the usual 'less serious/silly' franchises like MI, Star Wars or Mad Max were actually genuinely good films - proving...
  6. Re: Finland Scraps Welfare and Implements Universal Basic Income; Everyone gets 800 Euros a Month

    Well from what I get, normally inflation - higher prices - would go back into the economy, which means higher income/wages just as well, so its effect is mitigated. After all, real purchasing power...
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    Re: Gods of Egypt (2016)

    I feel like I've already seen the whole first 60 minutes through that trailer
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    Re: Assassin's Creed Syndicate

    Meh, it seems like every AC game after AC3 was deemed a "new, fresh step in the right direction to get the franchise back on its tracks" by reviewers. Seriously thats what I heard about Black Flag,...
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    Re: Battlefield 4

    Yeah if customisation and UI are your two main selling points I'm not buying it
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    Re: 'Star Wars' discussions

    Upon rereading my comment I noticed the silliness was perhaps not getting through enough. So yeah I was just kidding



    She looks sort of latina in the poster
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    Re: 3D printer used to create a Railgun

    Yes, better a katana
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    Re: 'Star Wars' discussions

    What's really remarkable is how politically correct this poster is - very 21st century; the two main leads being played by a (slightly exotic) woman and a black guy.

    I'm betting that girl turns...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Sounds like somebody's got a little crush on Johnny Depp
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    Re: Star Wars: Battlefront

    That's the most stupid thing I've read all week.

    When you do play it, could you please not bother posting your opinion here ?
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Yeah that's a great one - the middle/early middle ones were the best, when Goscinny was still around
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    Re: Far Cry: Primal

    Looks pretty awful; bland, boring, super cheesy ancient language, ... I think the biggest (and only) fun in Far Cy 3 & 4 was when you got to expriment with all sorts of weapons and gadgets, things...
  17. Re: Vağarholmr's Cooking, brewing and food experient Thread

    Does it get anywhere near those ? Cause pretentious as they might be, they can be quite godlike as well.

    On a sidenote, I'd like to congratulate you on this thread. It's one of the most fun and...
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    Re: Best rock album of the 90s?

    Neither RATM nor Cypress Hill are hardly one-hit wonders. Cypress Hill sold 20 million records and had several critically acclaimed albums, and RATM released 4 innovative albums inspiring a whole...
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    Re: Best rock album of the 90s?

    Yeah just quoting some sites and their meaningless lists doesn't really do much for me in the ways of argumentation.
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    Re: My idea for a flying car...

    Holy :wub: quetz, long time no see ! :)

    I presume you made the 3D art ? Very nice ! Can't say I fully understand the cientific reasoning behind it though, I'll have to go over it a few more times....
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    Re: Should I split up with her?

    Well if you also find a "how many centiliters in a liter"-search in the next couple of weeks it would seem like the only sensible option, yes
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    Re: Coolest opening credits for a movie ever?

    Oh, have you seen Jodorowsky's Dune by any chance ? They mentioned this scene as an inspiration, which was cool as both films had a completely different style and treated completely different...
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    Re: Best rock album of the 90s?

    Ofcourse not, Tool are nowhere near as well known as Nirvana, nor have they ever had a big impact on (rock) music. Basically any big post-Nirvana rock band, ranging from QOTSA to Radiohead, shows...
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    Re: Best horror movie of all time?

    I thought you were a film student ? :P

    Shouldn't those not shy away from a bit of weirdness ?
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    Re: Best horror movie of all time?

    Have you seen the 1989 spin-off (for lack of better word) Dr.Caligari ?
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    Re: Notable post-2000 metal songs?

    Oh great, another metal thread
  27. Re: Metal Gear Solid Megathread - Diamond Dogs and FOXHOUND

    Just dropping this here in case anyone missed it

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    Re: Best rock album of the 90s?

    Man Kyriakos what are you on, Jonny Greenwood's :wub:in awesome. Would love to see anyone else tackle Paranoid Android and write a guitar solo as awesome as his.



    Plenty of guitar solos were...
  29. Poll: Re: Which of the following forms/types is scarier for you as a monster?

    Reminds me of the cannibal Faceless in Spirited Away. Always thought that was a scary thing to appear in a children's film
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    Re: Best rock album of the 90s?

    Rolling Stone magazine have the nasty habit of not realising/appreciating an album's potential when it comes out (like Nirvana's Nevermind or Radiohead's Kid A, which both got mediocre reviews at...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    I've been meaning to watch Mr.Nobody - I believe it's directed by a Belgian. He recently made a new picture that's supposed to be really great as well, starring Benoit Poelvoorde



    Would you say...
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    Jeez davide you sure have some completionist complex
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    Re: Assassin's Creed Movie In-Production and Confirms Michael Fassbender as Desmond Miles to be Released on 2015

    God this is gonna be lame
  34. Re: List your fantastically underrated actors here

    Holy :wub:, she really is (well, was) gorgeous. Didn't age too well though (yeah sue me I'm shallow like that)

    Wouldn't call Klaus a genius but he was definitely unsurpassed at what he did. Who'd...
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    Places to visit around Vancouver

    So, I'll be staying in Vancouver for a few months, and am wondering about which places I could visit over there. I found huge lists online but unfortunately I fear I won't be able to visit...
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    Sticky: Re: The TWC Art Gallery

    Hmm some very lovely work here. Makes me wanna go and draw/paint something myself, but I fear it'll take a while before I'm any good
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Yojimbo (1961)

    For an Oriental movie, it's really got that western feel - which is no wonder ofcourse since pretty much all of Leone's classics built upon this movie. A bit old by today's...
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    Re: Oriental Empires

    Yeah and besides, I highly doubt ancient wars were fought with the aid of helicopters and radio transmittors to micromanage troops during battle.
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Haha, actually learning the Nadsat is taking it a bit far I guess but at least it's no Klingon or Dothraki. I did really like it though, it made for an ideal combination with McDowell's calm and...
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    Re: The "I just saw" thread

    Yeah with an opening scene like that you just know you're in for something special. And some very memorable scenes indeed.

    I too am slowly working my way up Stanley Kubrick's filmography. Dr...
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