Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by DisgruntledTunaFan, Mar 9, 2009.
YouTube - Hitler's mad about Terrell Owens in Buffalo
Thanks for that....
Hehe, that's funny stuff.
LMAO, Youtube classic
THAT is classic.
"don't worry... he's not that desperate" ahahaha just about killed me.
I bet he laughed his arse off about that cheerleader drawing swastikas all over her friend...
Thats a good one. THX
I just bought a James Hardy jersey, too funny!!!
Funny as heck.
OT: Does anyone know what movie that is from?
I was wondering the same. Looks like something I'd like to watch.
It's from the movie "Downfall"
the last line about the popcorn is my favorite.
By the way, your new sig is awesome... too bad the movie sucked royal ass.
Thanks! I actually liked the movie, but that may be for a few reasons:
1) I've never read the comics.
2) My expectations hit the floor after the newer previews and so I ended up going to see it last minute.
3) It was nice to see a movie outside the formula lines.
Rorschach could have had his own movie though. My other idea for a sig line was "we're not trying to beat you, you're trying to beat us" in reference to that prison line, which was frikkin' aces.
When they made one of these last February at the expense of the Patriots, I thought it was kind of clever.
Now that the Bills and Terrell Owens are the targets, it's much funnier.
- "I'm so desperate for a winning season I'm considering becoming a Dolphins fan!"
- "Don't worry. He's not that desperate"
It's pulling in a "fresh" rating (at 65%) on Rotten Tomatoes. I might be going to see it this weekend. Since you liked it and hadn't read the comics, where would you rate on on a 1-10 scale?
I think that's the key...my cousin of the same age went with me and LOVED it. He had never even heard of the comics, whereas I was a devout fan. Just too much story to try to cram into 2 hours. Same thing with Twilight... fans of the book series seemed to dislike the movie more than those who hadn't read it first before seeing the movie.
Now I'm banning myself for going wildly off-topic, sorry... back to T.O., Buffalo, and Hitler.
I'm not sure Superhero comics are off topic with that trio.....
8.5 (but I also think Nick Kaczur is a good right guard, so what do I know).
The reasoning being there's a lot that's unexpected. I would say this: you have to be observant and have a decent grasp on American political history. NOT a kids movie.
Also, if you're sensitive about the size of your johnson, don't take the wife.
I thought it was fascinating and accepted the cheesisms as a part of what makes even great comic-book movies tick.
Suggestion: avoid reviews like the plague.
Much obliged, thanks.
Speaking of Twilight, Dakota Fanning's signed on for the sequel. I'll never watch any of those movies, but since you mentioned it:
Dakota Fanning Set to Star in New Moon - The Twilight Saga, Movie News, Dakota Fanning : People.com
How can they justify that crap without doing a proper Lestat movie. Hollywood is just silly.
Remember that these are the same idiots who thought that Passion Of The Christ would be too controversial to make any money, and who think it's a great idea to have Steve Martin reprise the role of Inspector Clouseau, twice.
LOL - you make a very sound set of points.
Anybody know Tom Brady's email address so I can forward this warning?
Hah.. I'll never watch another one of those movies. An ex-girlfriend talked me into reading the series, long before I ever heard of it, went to the bookstore, and couldn't find it. When I finally asked, the woman giggled and led me to the "Teen Fiction" area... I rolled my eyes and wondered what did this chick get me into. Ended up reading the book in a day and finished the series in a week... just couldn't put it down. Totally enjoyable bubblegum for the brain. Then the movie came out, my wife dragged me to see it, and it sucked almost as much ass as Watchmen.
:banned:Now, not only do I need to be banned, I'm sure my membership for the Manly Man's Club needs to be revoked as well.
Good God, man! Get yourself a dozen John Wayne and Clint Eastwood movies and watch them as a marathon. It's your only hope for leniency.
Oh, yeah... and not that "Bridges of Madison Country" crap, either. That might lead to permanent revocation.
I thought "wide-right" was a bad day, but this...
Thanks. I definitely like this version better than the one about a certain SB that shall forever remain numberless.
You need to hand in your Man-Card for that one.
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