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Post by Xellos » Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:27 pm

Хехе поредната порно ебавка с филм. тоя път барабар заглавието :))))
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Post by alshu » Tue Jun 21, 2011 3:44 pm

Популярни лоши Sci-Fi перуки: :lol:

http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/06/20/the-20- ... i-fi-wigs/

Абсолютно съм съгласен със списъка...с изключение на ретро "прическите" на Спайк и Ейнджъл. Идиотският им вид е просто част от нискобюджетния чар на шоуто (ако приемем Buffy и Angel за едно шоу).

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Post by alshu » Wed Jun 22, 2011 11:36 am

Най-накрая едно нещо, на което може просто да се копира текста. Оригиналът е тук - http://deathstarpr.blogspot.com/2011/06 ... darth.html

An Open Letter to TIME Magazine re: Darth Vader
Dear TIME Magazine,

In your article of June 17, you listed Darth Vader as the third worst "fictional" father. The Galactic Empire takes these kinds of accusations very seriously. So seriously, in fact, that similar accusations from other planets normally end with a rebuttal of the giant laser from space variety. However, in his infinite wisdom, Darth Vader has ordered the PR Department to respond with the second most devastating weapon known to mankind: a sternly worded letter of complaint. So prepare yourself, TIME Magazine, but know in advance that your shields can't repel refutation of this magnitude.

Firstly, how do you define "worst"? Are you suggesting that Darth Vader was evil because he helped Emperor Palpatine kill all of the Jedi? That's not evil. That's just being really, really good at your job. That's bringing balance to the Force, my glossy printed friend.

Now let's clear the air of planetary debris and discuss the Alderaan issue. To the uneducated, kidnapping Princess Leia and blowing up her home planet while she watched might seem like a bit of a dick move, but it taught Leia a valuable life lesson: "Don't get kidnapped." It seems to us that if Princesses like Leia, Daisy and Zelda could just learn this one fundamental rule, a LOT of supervillains would be forced to channel their energy into more productive avenues of work.

So many parents don't even care where their children are, or what they're up to, no matter the time of day or night. Not Darth Vader. When he couldn't find Luke, Vader dispatched thousands of remote probes into the far reaches of space. This was in spite of the fact that Luke had just become the Galaxy's Most Wanted terrorist, almost killed his dad and blown up 1.3 million of his friends and workmates. Are those the actions of a bad father? He even went to visit Luke on the ice planet Hoth and see how he was going at work, despite how far away it was and the fact that the climate there really plays hell with your cyborg body parts.

For almost 20 years, Darth Vader didn't even know he had children. Did you know that, TIME Magazine? Did you uncover that in your research? But unlike so many other deadbeat dads, the moment he found out, he took responsibility for his son, even saying on camera, "Luke, I am your father." He didn't even ask for a paternity test. Would the third worst father ever really do that, TIME Magazine?

You're going to bring up the whole "cutting off Luke's hand" thing now, aren't you TIME Magazine? That is so you. Oh so predictable. If anything, cutting off Luke's hands was one of the nicest things Darth Vader ever did. Think about it: one quick, relatively painless amputation in exchange for a totally sweet cyborg hand (click here to read about the many cyborg hand-related benefits). Who wouldn't take that deal? You know what they say: "no pain, no gain".

NOT ONLY did Darth Vader improve Luke's life immeasurably by giving him the opportunity to become an awesome cyborg, but he then sweetened the deal even further by inviting Luke to join the family business : ruling the galaxy together as father and son. Just in case you missed it, TIME Magazine, that didn't say "run a plumbing company or a small sandwich shop together", it said "RULE THE ENTIRE FRIGGING GALAXY." So Darth Vader, the greatest father in history, wanted to give his son power and wealth beyond measure, EVEN THOUGH HIS SON WAS A BIT OF A WIENER.

Of course, we could also talk about how Darth Vader saved Luke on the second Death Star, sacrificing his own life to throw the Emperor down the reactor shaft. Or how he became a Force ghost so that he could constantly lovingly haunt watch over his children for all time, but we won't because we think you get the point by now TIME Magazine. You do, don't you?

Now let's put the shiny black all-terrain durasteel boot on the other foot. Let's talk about you, TIME Magazine. Darth Vader is NOT a fictional character. He's been in six biographical documentaries about his life. There are photos of him all over the place. He even recently went to Disneyland. How many movies have you been in, TIME Magazine? How many guest appearances at children's parties have you made? Where are all the photos of you? Maybe YOU'RE the fictional character.

What do you base this baselessly base article on? Where is your evidence, either empirical or epistemological? What surveys have you done, or statistics have you uncovered? Did you even conduct a phone poll of some description? No. Because you're a MAGAZINE. You don't even have a mouth.

Finally, what gives you the right to judge people, TIME Magazine? How many little baby magazines have YOU fathered? Stick to what you know, what you're good at: selling a mere 45 million magazines a week.

Yours sincerely,
The Galactic Empire.

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Post by Morwen » Wed Jun 22, 2011 12:17 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Post by moonlight » Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:09 pm

alshu wrote:Популярни лоши Sci-Fi перуки: :lol:

http://www.sfx.co.uk/2011/06/20/the-20- ... i-fi-wigs/
Бе не съм съгласна за Дейвид Бауи. "Лабиринтът" все още ми е слабост :?

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Post by alshu » Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:34 pm

moonlight, не съм сигурен, как да го изразя, но...ъъъ "прическата" на Бауи е правилна за крал на демоните, но перуката му е прекалено и очебийно фалшива.
Ако "Лабиринт" беше арк от The Muppets Show (на което съм голям фен с изключение на филмите по него) нямаше и да прави впечатление - нискобюджетен ТВ фън. Но филмчето е доста по-скъпо...а и гримът също можеше да е малко по-различен.

Освен това хората са написали
the kind of hirsute horror only a man of Bowie’s insanity can actually get to work
Т.е. перуката си е гадна, но Бауи успява да накара образа да заработи. (пък и човекът има богат опит от собствените си сценични екстравагантни костюми, гримове и прически :lol: )

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Post by Xellos » Tue Jul 05, 2011 10:11 am

Мързи ме да проверявам ама подозирам че е вярно
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Post by alshu » Wed Jul 06, 2011 11:09 am

Малко на тема кино снобщина: http://www.denofgeek.com/movies/968577/ ... _snob.html

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Post by alshu » Mon Jul 11, 2011 11:28 am

Не съм фен на Cars, даже ми е един от най-омразните Pixar-ски проекти, но това е сладко - http://www.nextmovie.com/blog/famous-mo ... haracters/

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Post by The Dragon » Sat Jul 16, 2011 9:44 pm

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Post by alshu » Tue Jul 19, 2011 12:38 pm

Всъщност има и други интересни идеи в списъка - http://www.cracked.com/photoplasty_226_ ... itles_p32/

Още нещо от cracked - http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-harry-pot ... -saw-them/

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Post by alshu » Thu Jul 28, 2011 11:55 am

Това интервю на Whedon не е точно филмов бъзик, но описва подхода му към The Avengers и поне аз щях да се спукам от смях докато го четох: http://io9.com/5825300/why-joss-whedon- ... e-avengers

Любимият ми пасаж:
Yeah, that was the thing that drew me in. And what I said, Kevin and the people of Marvel totally responded to, it was: these people shouldn't be a team. You should not have these people on the same team. Some of them are monsters, some of them have no superpowers, there's no connection. It's not like the X-men, where they all share the mutant gene [and] they're all oppressed. [The Avengers] don't share anything, they could not be more ill-fitted. What better definition of family? What better way to describe a family and to show one growing? It has been so much fun seeing their differences and using them to create the narrative.
The coffee had been steadily growing more and more execrable for the space of three weeks, till at last it had ceased to be coffee altogether and had assumed the nature of mere discolored water — so this person said. He said it was so weak that it was transparent an inch in depth around the edge of the cup. As he approached the table one morning he saw the transparent edge — by means of his extraordinary vision long before he got to his seat. He went back and complained in a high-handed way to Capt. Duncan. He said the coffee was disgraceful. The Captain showed his. It seemed tolerably good. The incipient mutineer was more outraged than ever, then, at what he denounced as the partiality shown the captain’s table over the other tables in the ship. He flourished back and got his cup and set it down triumphantly, and said:

“Just try that mixture once, Captain Duncan.”

He smelt it — tasted it — smiled benignantly — then said:

“It is inferior — for coffee — but it is pretty fair tea.”

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Post by alshu » Mon Aug 01, 2011 11:51 am

Не мога да се сдържа и да не пусна поредната връзка към статия на cracked - http://www.cracked.com/blog/8-hilarious ... le-movies/

Любими цитати:
And speaking of, The Minotaur shows up about as often as you'd think it would in a film that has the special effects budget of a movie about minotaurs. That asshole is never there. Dammit, Minotaur...
When The Minotaur finally shows up, it's totally worth the wait. The Minotaur may suck in every other possible way, but he has seen Deep Blue Sea, and he has learned a thing or two about dramatic timing. In his best scene, a girl starts telling the other people in the maze how much she hates everything. Unknown to them all, The Minotaur is hiding in the shadows behind her. This is not an easy thing to do when you're 10- feet-tall and your head is a cow. In fact, most minotaur scientists would call into question this entire scene's credibility. But not everything is about you, minotaur scientists.
The coffee had been steadily growing more and more execrable for the space of three weeks, till at last it had ceased to be coffee altogether and had assumed the nature of mere discolored water — so this person said. He said it was so weak that it was transparent an inch in depth around the edge of the cup. As he approached the table one morning he saw the transparent edge — by means of his extraordinary vision long before he got to his seat. He went back and complained in a high-handed way to Capt. Duncan. He said the coffee was disgraceful. The Captain showed his. It seemed tolerably good. The incipient mutineer was more outraged than ever, then, at what he denounced as the partiality shown the captain’s table over the other tables in the ship. He flourished back and got his cup and set it down triumphantly, and said:

“Just try that mixture once, Captain Duncan.”

He smelt it — tasted it — smiled benignantly — then said:

“It is inferior — for coffee — but it is pretty fair tea.”

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Post by herairness » Mon Aug 01, 2011 3:28 pm

И аз не мога да се въздържа да постна коментара по държащия първото място в горната класация - Бели момичета или както там се превежда: :mrgreen:
White Chicks has nine credited writers, and here's how those well-paid professionals ended the scene: "Latrell likes Vanessa Carlton. He sings the entire song, pantomiming each lyric." If I typed that and handed it to Terry Crews, I'd expect to wake up in a dark place to the distant sound of paramedics asking each other if they'd ever pulled someone's head out of their own ass. But Terry nails it. It is so hilarious and lovable that you'll forget that 36 white organ donors gave their skin to make this movie.
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Post by Xellos » Tue Aug 30, 2011 4:41 pm

OMG тва трябваше да е на 1во място :)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=pl ... 16_8l0yS-g
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