Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Athryn, Jan 4, 2012.
I need to get this Blu-ray set just for this gag reel.
I suspect the trucking cow gif has been sped up.
That will never not be funny.
Of course he didn't. Videogames were not at that stage then, and they're not now. It was a very nice mockup done by the fellow credited on the gif itself. But that's all it was, a mockup.
Might eventually get taken down but it's on youtube.
Edit: Already posted in the youtube thread. Whoops.
Click and drag to the side...
And if you drag an image out, hit PrintScreen and paste it into an image editing program, you'll get two very pretty people side by side.
Happy new year.
Old school animated pixel art
Kitanz in inappropriate relationships. Spoiler-tag that shit, son.
That is amazing. To Google! ... I never knew about this documentary. Must watch.
Apparently Magneto was off-camera...
Iii.... think the guy behind him had his gun go off... It might've been loaded with a blank and the gas discharge from the round knocked the dude's hat off.
Eric T. Cheng, we can always count on you to post the creepiest shit.
I forget where, but when this first started doing the rounds way back when I seem to recall it being very clearly explained as a joke film rather than a serious one.
Kill it. Kill it now.
Well, everyone flinches, no one turns around to see what the hell just happened. That's a pretty good indication that it was at least expected.
From Lincoln the movie. I haven't seen it yet, but this is the first clip that makes me really want to get over my Spielbergphobia.
That's James Spader!
Lizard_King, how long have you been avoiding Speilberg? Have you seen Munich, for example?
Lincoln's a solid movie. In theory a little bit of politico-procedural storytelling might have just whetted my appetite for seeing it done "properly," but honestly it isn't as though we ever see much better. Between that and Spielberg not getting too in the way of an excellent cast I quite enjoyed it. I did kind of laugh when they slipped a few bars of Spielberg-and-John-Williams-WWII music
An otherwise fairly interesting movie ruined by the Speilbergian interlude where the Isreali operative and the Arab militant have a quiet talk at a hostel and realize "gee, we have so much in common"?
And don't get me started on the slow motion sweaty Bana-sex that passes for an ending.
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