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Well, since this the thread is OT already, just want to say that I am constantly amazed at some of the Marvel crossover/storylines.

As much as I love the Amazing Spiderman and I love Conan the barbarian and friends, I was blown away one day in my local Flags and found out that marvel had actually done a Spiderman/Red Sonja series.

So bring on Captain America and GJ Joe cross-over


Tacticslion wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:

S:"I'm hiring mercenaries to protect against an invasion, but food and shelter is all we can offer in payment. All of our wealth is in our culture. "

G:"I could buy your planet ten times over with what I've gathered in this room: plutonium, cadmium, qualine crystals... I've been very well paid for my work. "

S:"I'm sorry. I've wasted your time. "

G: "NO! Wait. Listen to the rest of it: I sleep with my back to the wall - when I CAN sleep. I eat serpents seven times a week. There's not a major city in this galaxy where I can show my face, or spend my wealth. Right now, your offer looks very attractive to me... A meal, and a place to hide"

This sounds so familiar... but I really can't place it. :/

Hint, it is a space version of the magnificent seven..


S:"I'm hiring mercenaries to protect against an invasion, but food and shelter is all we can offer in payment. All of our wealth is in our culture. "

G:"I could buy your planet ten times over with what I've gathered in this room: plutonium, cadmium, qualine crystals... I've been very well paid for my work. "

S:"I'm sorry. I've wasted your time. "

G: "NO! Wait. Listen to the rest of it: I sleep with my back to the wall - when I CAN sleep. I eat serpents seven times a week. There's not a major city in this galaxy where I can show my face, or spend my wealth. Right now, your offer looks very attractive to me... A meal, and a place to hide"


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C:"In Greece he spent a year in silence just to better understand the sound of a whisper. And so without further gilding the lily and with no more ado, I give to you, the seeker of serenity, the protector of Italian virginity, the enforcer of our Lord God, the one, the only, Sir Ulllrrrich von Lichtenstein! "


Black Dougal wrote:

Hint: one of Steven Seagals better movies (not saying much there though)

SVT: "You can take that to the bank! "
MS : "I'm gonna take you to the bank, Senator Trent. To the blood bank!"

Well, obviously no fans of the Segalmeister here..

this was from: Hard to Kill


Grey Lensman wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Stop the argument. Please.

But, but someone disagrees with me on the internet!!!

;)

send out the ravens, raise our bannerman..and we have Ned out by spring..

sounds like a plan


One thing I don't understand and kinda too tired mto look up right now, but how does Marvel, which has been publishing Spider-man for decades, not have the movie right? Did they originally sell-off some of their best super-heroes in the hope that someone would make a decent movie?

So now they are dredging the b-heroes and were totally lucky that iron Man kicked ass and proved a, they could make their own movies, and B. yjere movies were superior in most respects to what had gone before?

Hell, Spiderman under Marvel should kick ass. Not that i think the movies already done are bad..but based on CAP 2, can you imagine what could be done.

Hell, based on CAP 2 I want to see The Nova Corps, The micronaughts and maybe even Rom Spaceknight!


wicked cool wrote:
was jealous a new character?

The actress that played jealous was actually in an earlier episode in season 3 as one of the two "ladies" seducing Theon in the dungeon. I am going to assume it's meant to be the same character.


I am shocked there only 3 comments since the last episode aired. This season should have several of the best episodes..its definitely the my favorite book in the fire and ice series.


drunken_nomad wrote:

1 The names Randy, but people call me Freakshow

2 Look at this, okay? I want you to remember this face, here. Okay? This is the guy behind the guy behind the guy.

3 Did you know Tom Cruise had no idea he was in that vampire movie till two years later?

4 So, how long you've been in Mexico?
A week. I mean a day.
Well, which is it? A week or a day?
A weekday.

5 Oh, man, I'm sorry.
He had the conch in his hands!
I know. In a couple more minutes, who knows what might have happened. Yes.
I am never gonna see a merman. Ever.
Dude, be thankful. Those things are terrifying. And the cleanup on them is a nightmare.

#1 is Harold and Kumar go to White Castle


Hint: one of Steven Seagals better movies (not saying much there though)

SVT: "You can take that to the bank! "
MS : "I'm gonna take you to the bank, Senator Trent. To the blood bank!"


Fallen_Mage wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:


In this crowd..that one is as easy as:

"No, Luke, I am your father!"

Why does everyone always get that line wrong? He never says Luke. It's just "No, I am your father!"

I think it is one of the most misquoted lines anywhere, along with scotty beam me up.

I included the word Luke just because who knows how many bad movies or tv shows have had the line I am your fathere since.


"You Killed him"

"Duh, what part of sudden death didn't you understand?"


Imbicatus wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:
Fallen_Mage wrote:

This one should be fairly easy:

Man 1: You killed my mother! You killed my father, you killed my people! You took my father's sword...

Man 2: *Sigh* It must have been when I was younger. There was a time, boy, when I searched for steel, when steel meant more to me than gold or jewels.

EDIT: corrected.

In this crowd..that one is as easy as:

"No, Luke, I am your father!"

Good point. Here is one that would normally be difficult, but should be easy here.

Man 1: The forest is not safe. You best travel with us.

Man 2: Me travel with you? Do you know who I am?

Man 1: No.

Man 2: I am _____ the magnificent. Short in stature, tall in power, narrow of purpose and wide of vision. And I do not travel with peasants and beggars. Goodbye!

Krull!


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"Take me down to the half-dead city where the sand is brown and the dead ain't pretty, ah, ah, take me home.."


Fallen_Mage wrote:

This one should be fairly easy:

Man 1: You killed my mother! You killed my father, you killed my people! You took my father's sword...

Man 2: *Sigh* It must have been when I was younger. There was a time, boy, when I searched for steel, when steel meant more to me than gold or jewels.

EDIT: corrected.

In this crowd..that one is as easy as:

"No, Luke, I am your father!"


Imbicatus wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:

Can't believe I haven't quoted from this movie yet:

RB;" You must be one of those quick-draw artists, the way you've got your gun down on your belt like that."

RW: "
Whatta you got there, a Wop 9? F$+%in' Fiat of guns, always jammin' on you at the wrong time. "

Get Shorty.

yup


I wonder what Walter Peck would do if he went to Stark industries? Get a court order to shut down all the ARC reactors.


Oathkeeper and whatever nonsense name Joffrey came up for his..


Just saw it tonight on Imax. I liked it better than the first one. Hard to pin down why, but just feel slike a tighter story.

Spoiler:
Its hokey I know, but i kind of miss the old Hydra of the 1980's comics with their green uniforms and helmets.

But then my brain starts getting confusedand mixing cobra and hydra leaders.

GI Joe capn america crossover? Has it been done?


Can't believe I haven't quoted from this movie yet:

RB;" You must be one of those quick-draw artists, the way you've got your gun down on your belt like that."

RW: "
Whatta you got there, a Wop 9? F%$#in' Fiat of guns, always jammin' on you at the wrong time. "


I forgot about quick change, and when it got mentioned I automatically had a negative conotation thinking that was the movie Dan Akroyd did that stunk and had begged Bill to be in, but no, that was Nothing but Trouble and it was Chevy Chase who said Akroyd begged him to do it. I guess I i mix them up because they both came out at the same time 1990-91 and both had ex snler's and both did not do well at the box office, but Quick Change is a far superior movie than Nothing But Trouble.

In fact, while Dan Akroyd has done some hilarious movies, I don't think he is in Bill's league, although Trading Places is a classic, and I enjoyed the couch trip as an equivalent to what about bob and Dr. detroit, well it has Donna Dixon in it.


Watched a trifecta of Bill Murray movies this weekend and realized he's one of my favorite actors. Here is my top ten bill murray films:

10. Meatballs
9. Kingpin
8. Rushmore
7. Lost in translation
6. What about bob
5. Groundhog day
4. scrooged
3. ghostbusters
2. Stripes
1. Caddyshack


Labyrinth might be short but it whets the appetite for more Jackson's hole, and boy is Mirror Dance worth it.


Hama wrote:
Actually it's a rather stupid one, stemming from common belief in the U.S. that it's always snowing in Russia.

well, this year that might bfit. At least, it seems to be always snowing in Canada..frak..its almost April. What a bunch of felbercarb.


drunken_nomad wrote:

1: How are you still alive?

2: What are you talking about?
3: We saw you get shot, remember?
2: You have to be more specific...
3: In that whore house?
1: In Texas?
3: You branded a prostitute...
1: Remember?
2: Oh yeah...

Harold and Kumar xmas special


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M:"What are you supposed to be, some kind of a cosmonaut? "

DPV "No, we're exterminators. Someone saw a cockroach up on twelve. "

M:'That's gotta be some cockroach"

DPV: "Bite your head off, man. "


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Sissyl wrote:
Kthulhu wrote:

Does it strike anyone else as a bit wrong that THIS movie is opening in so many other countries before it opens in the USA ?

That A on his head isn't for France, you know!

No, it's for "Freedom".

Do you want Freedom Fries with that?


I don't want to sound like a Däniken groupie, but I do want to point out there are numerous findings of ruined structures in the oceans. A city of the coast of India that is dated at 10,000 bc, strange flat pyramid type structures in the water south of Japan..and of course, every year there seems to be a new story about crystal pryamids in the Atlantic.

I am very sceptical of some stories I read, but there are cities off the Indian coast..researchers have taken items from them.

Combine that with stories from almost every pre-bronze society about a deluge and you have to believe something big happened, likely related to the polor ice caps melting at the end of the last ice age.

But the ark itself..humm..you have to take every story in the bible with some dose of caution...

afterall, numerous parts of the bible refer to giants, and a church rhyme I got feed when I was in grade school refered to Ezekiel seeing a wheel in the sky..flying saucer?

So if I believe in the ark, then I believe there were giants and also flying wheels..

And if I go there, then I start sounding like Däniken


Tacticslion wrote:
Jaelithe wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
EDIT: Bah! ninja'd by Jaelithe. :)
And I'd appreciate getting that pair of shuriken back after you've removed them from your behind. I'm on a budget.

... wait. These were used?!? Aaagggggggggggghhhhh!

*flings them away, fleeing toward a doctor to get all the shots in the vain hope of ever feeling clean again*

M. Balmer wrote:
"Indian Bob, kill the hun!"

This... sounds... so familiar. I... I can't recall it. :/

Black Dougal wrote:

L:"Civil war dudes... You guys are brothers, for God's sake... You gotta stop fighting... North wins... Slavery is bad... Sorry... Don't want to burst your bubble but South, you guys get Allman Brothers...

[hesitates]

...and... Nascar. So just chill! "

I kind of want to say Night at the Museum, but then I also kind of think it's one of the Bill and Ted movies.

Gah. I really don't know.

I will let your intial guess pass. It was Night at the Museum.


Maybe its my bias against orcs, but I figure if the writers include a half-orc paladin as a major NPC, then there should be no differnce in having a tiefling Paladin..and if the Paladin has been serving Iomedae with dedication, why not make them the herald.


L:"Civil war dudes... You guys are brothers, for God's sake... You gotta stop fighting... North wins... Slavery is bad... Sorry... Don't want to burst your bubble but South, you guys get Allman Brothers...

[hesitates]

...and... Nascar. So just chill! "


Freehold DM wrote:
That's a heavy accusation. What makes you say this, dougal?

After reading why David left the business, because of a reneged TSR promise to publish a Wormy compliation (sort of what they did for Snarfquest).

He left in 1988 which was after Gary got booted out by Lorraine, so I can only assume she had a hand in the decision not to publish his book.

And also explains why he reacted violently negative years later when someone tracked him down and suggested they publish Wormy after all.

http://thecastlesramparts.blogspot.ca/2014/03/dave-trampier-wormy-artist-pa sses-away.html


Tacticslion wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:

JM :"What are you doing with me, Rod? "

RT "Why? "
JM: "I'm finished, I'm f''d. Twenty-four hours ago, man, I was hot! Now... I'm a cautionary tale. You see this jacket I'm wearing, you like it? Because I don't really need it. Because I'm cloaked in failure! I lost the number one draft picked the night before the draft! Why? Let's recap: Because a hockey player's kid made me feel like a superficial jerk. I ate two slices of bad pizza, went to bed and grew a conscience!

Jerry Maguire!

Black Dougal wrote:

P: "What would you do if you were stuck in one place and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered? "

R:"That about sums it up for me. "

Groundhog Day!

EDIT: Bah! ninja'd by Jaelithe. :)

Black Dougal wrote:

K"Lord Damodar, may I assume that it is your hope to reunite the Orb's power with Faluzure, and unleash its fury upon the land? "

D"You may count on it. "

K"I would be dismayed if such misery was spread over the land, without my contribution. "

This sounds exactly like the strange ham-corn-hybrid dialogue from one of the Dungeons and Dragons movies... but I don't actually recall it.

So... the second one? The one I haven't seen? Wrath of the Dragon or something like that?

Lol..correct on all 3 but you were ninja'd on the first 2.


I don't relly want to dredge up the past, and the connection is spurious I admit, but I can't help feeling Lorriane Williams had some part in driving Dave out of the gaming business, and as a result a lot of great art that could have been was never made.

RIP Dave


Craig Bonham 141 wrote:

The X-Men team from when I started reading:

Wolverine
Storm
Nightcrawler
Colossus
Sprite (Kitty Pryde)

This!


K"Lord Damodar, may I assume that it is your hope to reunite the Orb's power with Faluzure, and unleash its fury upon the land? "

D"You may count on it. "

K"I would be dismayed if such misery was spread over the land, without my contribution. "


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JM :"What are you doing with me, Rod? "
RT "Why? "
JM: "I'm finished, I'm f''d. Twenty-four hours ago, man, I was hot! Now... I'm a cautionary tale. You see this jacket I'm wearing, you like it? Because I don't really need it. Because I'm cloaked in failure! I lost the number one draft picked the night before the draft! Why? Let's recap: Because a hockey player's kid made me feel like a superficial jerk. I ate two slices of bad pizza, went to bed and grew a conscience!


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P: "What would you do if you were stuck in one place and every day was exactly the same, and nothing that you did mattered? "

R:"That about sums it up for me. "


I for one resent the title of this thread. Why can't it be the Orgimarr fallacy?


C:"How wasted were we last night? "
J:"Well, I touched Christy Boner's hoo-hoo, were on the hook for two hundred thousand dollars to a transsexual stripper, and my car's gone. I'd say we were pretty wasted. "


t:"Dude, are you sure we should be doing this? "
B:"T, you and I have witnessed many things, but nothing as bodacious as what just happened. Besides, we told ourselves to listen to this guy."
T:" What if we were lying? "
B:"Why would we lie to ourselves? "


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B "I swear to God Snake, I thought you were dead... "
SP "Yeah, you and everybody else! "


Oh god yes pls


Grey Lensman wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:

The biggest problem I have with the whole "Phoenix" concept is it seemed to be dreamed up to make nice, safe, boring Jean Grey into some sexy badass. And then they realized they made her too badass and had to write her off..

But nooo..we can't Scott Summers suffer

Intro: Madelyne Prior

enter, new writer..lets screw with scott summers

Madelyne is a clone..hahahah

now lets fast forward scotts kid into the future..

argh!..sorry for the digression, but the whole, phoenix storyline started the whole chain of events that destroyed the x-men I used to read. I know there are lots and lots of people that love Gambit, bishop cable etc..but not me.

There's much more to it than that, IIRC. Claremont's original plan for the Dark Phoenix was for Jean to survive, but be permanently depowered. However, being drawn blowing up an inhabited planet brought down editorial (Jim Shooter I believe), who ordered that she die. Enter Madelyn Pryor.

Yeah, thanks I was going solely on memory and just read up on the whole history. Jim Shooter ..sheesh..Anyway, while I loved days of future past I really stoped reading X-men by the late 1980's. Too many split offs, new characters, etc. I think the Dark Phoenix saga was the zenith of the x-men line. I will confess I did find Jean grey very hot as Phoenix..so in terms of marketing to 15 year old boys it must have been a successful marketing move.


I see it as flat black..as was first descibed in G3 hall of the fire giant king.

In NWN 2 computer game you can craft items of adamantine, and they are always pure black.

To be honest, I am surprised to read so many different interpretations of what I have assumed was a common fact for the last 30 years.


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The biggest problem I have with the whole "Phoenix" concept is it seemed to be dreamed up to make nice, safe, boring Jean Grey into some sexy badass. And then they realized they made her too badass and had to write her off..

But nooo..we can't Scott Summers suffer

Intro: Madelyne Prior

enter, new writer..lets screw with scott summers

Madelyne is a clone..hahahah

now lets fast forward scotts kid into the future..

argh!..sorry for the digression, but the whole, phoenix storyline started the whole chain of events that destroyed the x-men I used to read. I know there are lots and lots of people that love Gambit, bishop cable etc..but not me.


Fallen_Mage wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:

cc: "That armour plating must be inches thick. We'll never get through it!"

JB:"Come on, lets go to the armoury."
cc: "The armoury? What do you expect to find there? "
JB: "A nuclear missile! "
Bond just had his boat swallowed whole by a super tanker. Muscular action closed the hole. Ummm... the one with the underwater city, the title escapes me at the moment.
The only one I can think of fitting that description is The Spy Who Loved Me. The first of two featuring Jaws.

correct


Jaelithe wrote:

"Now I get it. The one that came out of Mount Fuji is a cyborg."

"'Cyborg'?"
"Mmm hmm. It is made out of the space metal. You could call it a Mecha-********."

Godzilla versus mechagodzilla..the first movie mecha appears in..the one where he is disguised as godzilla until the flesh disguise is ripped away..


Jaelithe wrote:
"Gibson with the interception ... and he's got some running room! He's to the thirty ... to the forty ... and knocked out of bounds at midfield by Jimbo Maravici. This is Gibson's ninth interception of the season ... he's having an outstanding year."

This might be hard for most..except that I love this movie and watch it at least once a year.

Pork rinds anyone?

The SURE THING!

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