Random fashion thoughts

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  1. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    Oh man, I used to know most of The Rock dialogues by heart... SW&D feels like a big family right now



    yes, that's my kind of shit
     


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    Who would have thought that it would be Nicholas Cage to unite us all.
     
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    I loved Moon
     


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    BRU sucks, not only was i unable to find margiela figurines (RFT) but they want to charge €30 for 3 hours of wifi and there're dirk bikkembergs ads all over the place :cry:
    edit: and there're no fucking outlets *anywhere*
     
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  5. sipang

    sipang Senior member

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    HA HA HA.




    Duncan Jones second film was a bit of a letdown in comparison but the guy has potential, his third project was supposed to be some kind of homage to Blade Runner (while taking place in the same universe as Moon) but it's been scrapped apparently. (Is Ridley Scott still doing his Blade Runner remake ? )



    Therein lies the secret of his success.
     
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  6. reedobandito

    reedobandito Senior member

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    Blade Runner made me mostly uncomfortable, dunno if I really enjoyed it.


    I think someone should make a proper adaptation of 1984, could be amazing
     


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    It makes a climax of the protagonist typing the obvious into Google. It's pretty stupid.

    Lots on Teger's list were mediocre and over-hyped. I [thought I] liked Crazy Stupid Love but it's completely unfunny the second time; Ides of March was up its own left-wing ass (and I say this as a left-leaner). I haven't watched Moneyball yet but I hate Jonah Hill so we'll see.

    Moon was good.

    Another Earth wasn't, really.

    The Lookout was.

    Pirates of the Caribbean 4 and the new Conan movie made a wonderful double feature of brainless putrescence and wasted millions.
     
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    Moon is good.

    Which version of Blade Runner should I watch? There are like 3 or 4 releases out...
     


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    2nd this.

    also I really like the girl with the dragon tattoo
     


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    Watch the director's cut of Blade Runner. If it has a happy ending or Deckard does voice-over you're watching the wrong version.
     
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    Magnet were great. That song "Corn Rigs" is so good and the music in general fits really well with the film. Anyway, I love the original Wicker Man and the remake is rubbish. I do love Nicolas Cage though and the youtube video of him losing his shit for 4 minutes is brilliant. Maybe it's already been posted but this interview is fun and he even talks about the "Losing his shit" video...

    http://www.screenjunkies.com/movies/movie-news/awesome-interview-nicolas-cage/

    "SJ: There’s also that YouTube clip of “Nicolas Cage Losing His Sh*t.” Are you happy that people are celebrating those moments?

    NC: Oh yeah. That’s very exciting. I was happy to see that this person found it and was going back to some of the really early work like Zandalee and even the movie I made with my brother Deadfall. It was very exciting to see that be reawakened."
     


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    the one you want is called 'final cut'.
     


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    Nicholas Cage: On the Crest of the SF hype cycle.

    As for Sci Fi: In my opinion, the relative lack of good Science fiction films is counterbalanced by the fact that a lot of great Sci-Fi now exists in comic book form, at least partially because of the unlimited SFX budget and relative creative freedom. (Fun fact: the matrix was originally going to be a comic book).

    You should read casanova by matt fraction. CRAZY shit.

    Then again, all of my favorite Sci-Fi media are books. Neuromancer is my favorite book of all time, and collections of Dick, Bradbury, Asimov etc.stories are always super fun to read (and I read them on my kindle so it's THE FUTURE)
     
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    Please tell me this isn't true. I'd rather see a badass sci fi/futuristic noir about a mute bartender in search of his missing girlfriend in future Berlin than see Start Trek 2 or whatever.
     


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