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Pathfinder Society Member. 7,526 posts (7,806 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 7 aliases.


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Tangled's songs are an infinite amount better than frozen songs.

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Greylurker wrote:

Nobody else laughing at the referance to the Vigilante her cousin used to work with. All costumes and gadgets.

I think that is the 2nd wink towards Batman we've had this season.

You think they are setting us up for a Batgirl team up.

When was the first?

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Seriously stop throwing red herrings and strawman arguments it's getting really annoying.

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Ok, I think I understand what you mean, if the race doesn't play a crucial role of the character, it should really be a non-issue.

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Oh what about the race lift of the gunslinger in dark tower? Or is that ok because a white character is being played by a black actor?

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I hate Borsk Fey'la with a burning hatred.

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It's only the first trailer.

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I love how the people think they know what will be in the movie after watching a 2 minute preview which was left intentionally vague, like every good trailer should.

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She never stripped naked.

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thejeff wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Irontruth wrote:
Don't give me The Seven Samurai with one white actor (or replacing just the seven with white actors), just go ahead and make The Magnificent Seven.
But. . . That IS what the Magnificent 7 IS.

But, as he said, changing the setting also makes a huge difference.

Retelling the story with white characters with everything moved to the old West is very different than leaving it in Japan and just making the main characters white.

You do understand that Major is a cyborg? She can look however the hell she wants to look. She gets built not born.

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I'm really pissed that

Spoiler:
the Eye of Agamotto is an infinity stone.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

well They did have quite a few similarities in the comics too. I think when we are talking about a superhero whose known for his intellect pompous often goes hand and hand. I mean Mr. fantastic... the name alone....

He didn't name himself that.

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He-Man was amazing.

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Gunslinger cameo? Where?

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
The problems with the Warcraft movie had nothing to do with the plot as all around subpar acting and/or direction.

Had to do with plot as well.

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Aberzombie wrote:

Just got back from seeing it. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Spoiler:
Didn't see the sneaky tie-in. What did I miss?
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I loved the Human Target dude.

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OMG JOHNY BLAZE. I squeeked.

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Well Realms are the best setting for D&D

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Noooo totally not

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:

I'm a strong believer that DnD can only be addapted well through animation, a live action version of DnD will always look silly and thus will never be good

A certain group of three movies made by Peter Jackson beg to disagree.

If you mean LOTR, i would agree. If you mean Hobbit, those thre movies were a travesty. On par with the Star Wars prequels and for the same reason.

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John Kretzer wrote:

I like this episode despite the political sledgehammers. It is very interesting development to have aliens treated as full American citizens. She did say they would have full league rights...which I would guess means that the agency the work for are going to have to change.

I do find a couple of things to be ironic...

- like they making out to be a bad guy the only journalist there that understand what the media should be doing.

- how the episode is all about the rights of aliens...and than a hero uses police brutality to try to get the key info out of one.

I don't think they were trying to paint him as the bad guy. He did smile in the end.

Sometimes you have to do a bad thing so that people live.

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I liked Snapper Carr, he is no-nonsense, and knows what he wants.

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No it wouldn't.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
Hama wrote:

Ok, what am I missing?

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Hama, if you don't know Lynda Carter is, and her place in DC mythology, I'm going to have to grab my walker and educate you ;-)

Oh I know who she is, but she is not playing and ageing Wonder Woman here......oh. Silly me. I get it.

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Ok, what am I missing?

Spoiler:
Who is the president lady?

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Oh, he's perfectly sane, he just won't let bean counters and people without vision ruin his.

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Or lack of it.

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Irontruth wrote:
Also, the show engaged in a rhetorical argument against it's own existence several times and that annoys the crap out of me. The main character wants to just leave and doesn't see why he should be involved. If he doesn't care about the story, it starts to make me wonder why I should care.

He cares.

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Probably yeah.

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We have been repeatedly made aware of this fact, yes.

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You must be very busy.

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Trailer for the last wolverine movie, simply titled Logan.

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This trailer is just amazing. Look at them, so tired, so spent from the struggle that lasted lifetimes. And yet there they go, fighting for a better future. Maybe it's for the future of a little girl, but hell they are gonna give it their all.

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Looks good so far

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Set wrote:

I like him as Damien Darkh far better than as Dum Dum Dugan, in the Captain America/Peggy Carter appearances. He's totally wasted when he can't chew up the scene and be over-the-top.

They just haven't given him enough chance to develop Dum Dum Dugan.

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Damien Darkh is by far my favorite CWverse villain. I mean he finds out they stole the idol. His response? "Well, that just happened". I mean come on.

Plus you can just SEE Neal McDonough having a freaking BLAST eating all of the scenery he can get his hands on.

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He'll get it. Brobably shake it off in a manner of hours.

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Ok, I am loving this show more and more with each episode. All of the actors are doing a superb, superb job. Amazing.

After episode 3, I have a hypothesis:

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Man in black is Albert. Or an android who thinks he is Albert

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I liked the cameo by Method Man.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Wait? They introduced Miss Martian and the TV show didn't show it?!!

Also I liked that too but it would have made me squee to hear John William's score as Clark changed.

Sorry, was working on a press release.

Yes, it always amazes me listening to Amazon Prime music when the rotation jumps from Superman to Man of Steel. So much uplifting to so dark...

Is it just me, or the sound cuts off in the last 10 seconds of the video. Just after you mention miss martian.

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Benchak the Nightstalker wrote:

Whole movie, I couldn't stop thinking

LOTHAR...OF THE HILL PEOPLE!

That was pretty much Ragnar on a good day while not on drugs.

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THEY SHOWED MISS MARTIAN WHERE?

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Human actors were horrible.

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He only noticed when he changed stuff the first time.

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CBDunkerson wrote:

Miley Cyrus sez Supergirl is a bad role model

Seemingly oblivious to the irony.

That girl shouldn't really speak in public. She only embarrases herself.

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MannyGoblin wrote:
The Man in Black has been compared to a gamer who has solved every quest in the game and is now looking for exploits and secrets.

Except, for some reason, I think that the Man in Black is an android.

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Ok, really enjoyed the first episode. Everyone was just superb. Plus I love that people can smoke and swear on the show.

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No he was making a reference to the proverb that Ollie mentioned to Quentin

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