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post #1901 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Arjen Rudd View Post
 

 

 

I got no issue with that. 

 

Yeah, I guess she does look more like her, dimple chin and all.

 

I'm not opposed. 

post #1902 of 1930
I'd wager that the two separate films edited together would make a clunky cut. I'm sure they have their own flow and structure. But I'd be down for a watch. I might try to make my own edit. Seems like a fun test.
post #1903 of 1930
I'm on page 400-something of the book. Starting to have my doubts that I'll be finished before tomorrow evening.
post #1904 of 1930

Bilge Ebiri was also pretty "Eh" about it.

post #1905 of 1930
Does anything spoilery happen in the remaining 700 pages of the book?
post #1906 of 1930
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I'm on page 400-something of the book. Starting to have my doubts that I'll be finished before tomorrow evening.

Not if you keep taking breaks to post here, you're not.
post #1907 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Bradito View Post

I'm on page 400-something of the book. Starting to have my doubts that I'll be finished before tomorrow evening.

 

Why do you have to watch the movie so soon?

post #1908 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Bradito View Post

Does anything spoilery happen in the remaining 700 pages of the book?


Kiddie train. And not like, choo choo.

post #1909 of 1930
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Originally Posted by wasp View Post

Bilge Ebiri was also pretty "Eh" about it.

What did Glurve Keevsto think?
post #1910 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Reasor View Post

Not if you keep taking breaks to post here, you're not.

I miss you guys too much.
post #1911 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Arjen Rudd View Post


What did Glurve Keevsto think?


I'm more concerned with Splarn Xaydov's opinion.

post #1912 of 1930
I'm kind of at the point where I only read movies reviews from Star Wars EU characters.
post #1913 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Arjen Rudd View Post

I'm kind of at the point where I only read movies reviews from Star Wars EU characters.


Bib Fortuna can write a think piece about the gender politics in Hammer Horror films that will really make you think.

post #1914 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Arjen Rudd View Post

I'm kind of at the point where I only read movies reviews from Star Wars EU characters.


I hear Luke gives it one thumb up.

post #1915 of 1930
Imagine going through life with the name Bilge.

"What's your name?"

"Bilge."

"Bill?"

"No, Bilge!"

"Why don't you go by Bill?"

"Because my name is BILGE!!!"
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post #1917 of 1930

Good video essay that specifically covers the book, while using footage from the adaptations:

 

post #1918 of 1930

Where is that guy from? He has an odd way of pronouncing "clown".

post #1919 of 1930

He's from Northern Ireland. His accent gets commented on so much, he once made a video devoted to it.

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post #1921 of 1930

Movie Bob and Mark Kermode both approve.

post #1922 of 1930
Wife and I went to this last night!

But when we arrived we discovered our theater just updated to the system where you have to pick our seats beforehand, and there were only seats in the front two rows remaining. No-go for me. By how early we arrived, I'd say they sold out. So that's nice. We're trying again late tonight.

I guess this was more of a personal story than about the movie.
post #1923 of 1930

This only releases here next week.

 

Fuck everything. 

post #1924 of 1930
It's worth it.

So is the movie. ( •_•) ( •_•)>⌐■-■ (⌐■_■)
post #1925 of 1930

edit:  whoops!  wrong thread!

post #1926 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Raynis View Post

Wife and I went to this last night!

But when we arrived we discovered our theater just updated to the system where you have to pick our seats beforehand, and there were only seats in the front two rows remaining. No-go for me. By how early we arrived, I'd say they sold out. So that's nice. We're trying again late tonight.

I guess this was more of a personal story than about the movie.

Movie sounds great.

post #1927 of 1930
That soundtrack.

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post #1929 of 1930

Oh Christ, he's writing for the National Review?

post #1930 of 1930
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Originally Posted by Draco Senior View Post

Oh Christ, he's writing for the National Review?

It's the perfect way to take his trolling career to the next level.
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