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post #4186 of 9739
Speaking of Ripley though, there was this movie I saw years ago that I really liked called Ripley's Game.
post #4187 of 9739
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Speaking of Ripley though, there was this movie I saw years ago that I really liked called Ripley's Game.

With Malkovich? That movie was flipping great.
post #4188 of 9739
Yep, awesome movie. I actually own it, I should dig it out and re-watch it.
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Ripley's gay, right? Or was he bi?
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Ripley's gay, right? Or was he bi?

I mean it's Malcovich...
post #4191 of 9739
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Originally Posted by Neo_Version 7 View Post

Ripley's gay, right? Or was he bi?

Don't be stupid, there weren't any gays in the 50s.
post #4192 of 9739
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Ripley's gay, right? Or was he bi?

Depends on who you ask, I guess. In the novels it was a little more complicated than that.
post #4193 of 9739
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Depends on who you ask, I guess. In the novels it was a little more complicated than that.

That's what I hear. Apparently, the film (TMR) went a tad overboard with the homosexual undertones whereas in the books he was a lot more...fluid?
post #4194 of 9739
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That's what I hear. Apparently, the film (TMR) went a tad overboard with the homosexual undertones whereas in the books he was a lot more...fluid?

Well in the original novel his desire for his friend is partially sexual, but it's also a desire to be him, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
which he eventually does by killing him and assuming his identity.
Ripley is married in the later books but sex is not the priority for him, rather living a certain lifestyle is what he craves.
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Well in the original novel his desire for his friend is partially sexual, but it's also a desire to be him, Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
which he eventually does by killing him and assuming his identity.
Ripley is married in the later books but sex is not the priority for him, rather living a certain lifestyle is what he craves.

Which friend are you talking about? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dickie or Norrington from Pirates of the Caribbean?
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Which friend are you talking about? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dickie or Norrington from Pirates of the Caribbean?
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dickie Greenleafe.

I didn't see Pirates of the Caribbean.
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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Dickie Greenleafe.
I didn't see Pirates of the Caribbean.

Oh, alright. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Norrington was his lover he killed at the end of the film.
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Safe w/ Jason Statham. He's the new Charles Bronson/Sylvester Stallone. Man does a good action flick.

the best scene was the shootout in the cars when the russians were trying to get the girl, great camera angles.

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Watched Project X the other. I was bored until the party started and even then the party got old. The really good parts was the collection of tittayz in the swimming pool and the riot. I'm glad I didn't see this movie in the theaters.

Yeah, boring and unfunny until the party. The gnome was a direct ripoff from The Babysitter. But good god what an incredible collection of young tittays bounce2.gif
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But good god what an incredible collection of young tittays bounce2.gif

Think I'll download it now.
post #4200 of 9739
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Speaking of Ripley though, there was this movie I saw years ago that I really liked called Ripley's Game.

Yes it's based on the 3rd book of 3 about Ripley I believe, so is a sequel to the Matt Damon film
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