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  1. In Topic: The Last Supper

    Posted 16 Jul 2012

    Whoa. You're already fully prepared for that customary "embarrass your kid by showing off baby photos" parent-routine with that first picture. :D
  2. In Topic: The Amazing Spiderman

    Posted 16 Jul 2012

    Haven't seen anything except the movie posters of this yet, but I have very high hopes for it, especially after your description.

    There were just so many things that bugged me about the "other" three Spiderman movies... Tobey Maguire was bad, though I'm not sure whether that was entirely his fault. Same thing goes for Kirsten Dunst... oh god, how I hated her in those movies. She was unbelievable as Mary Jane and they kept sticking her in the worst clothes - that awful brown dress... I'm still seeing that one in my nightmares.

    Over all those movies were far too dopey and too comicky, strange as that may sound, especially when considering that they were directed by Sam Raimi (somehow I keep expecting another incantation of "Joxer the Mighty" in each of his movies). I think what all of these super-hero movies need is a solid touch of grittiness. They're aimed at us, the people who already had to grow up with the comics and the dopey animated series. We've grown up, please give us something gritty so that we don't have to lose face in front of our girlfriends when we're trying to reprise some of our childhood memories.

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    There is no Mary Jane and I didn't miss her a bit. The character of Gwen Stacy is wonderful in this. The actress Emma Stone who portrays her does a terrific job, as does Andrew Garfield with the title role and they have great chemistry together.

    Hm, yep, sounds like it could work, never had a problem with Emma Stone so far, Easy-A still ranks pretty high on my list.

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    There is no cage wrestling match.

    Aww... :( That was actually the fondest memory I had of the previous movies, but only because the German translation of "Bonesaw is ready" turned into a really horrible/fantastic "BONEsaw ist beerrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeeiiiiiit" . :D

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    There' s a scene where some citizens of New York help Spiderman. Unlike similar scenes in the previous series, in this movie the citizens actually help him.

    Ah, right, that 9/11 thing... couldn't help but smirk at that scene, felt pretty much like a half-assed "America - Fuck Yeah!" rehearsal before Team America: World Police was released.
  3. In Topic: Predator

    Posted 16 Jul 2012

    Yep. And it's nothing compared to rants that I've heard in some "regular" offices... word of advice: Don't ever touch the bearded guy's servers. Even better word of advice: Don't ever touch anything even remotely related to the bearded guy, period.
  4. In Topic: It's a Baby Celebration!

    Posted 13 Jul 2012

    Couldn't agree more - I got no problem with this blog covering a bit more of baby-food in between. :)
  5. In Topic: Predator

    Posted 13 Jul 2012

    I tried to hold a grudge against actors for what they're doing in their spare time (prime suspect: Tom Cruise), but it never worked out. I'm still getting immersed in stories and forget that I'm just watching actors, which - I hope - is a good thing.

    Or maybe I should be more specific and say "good actors" - I could never get immersed in movies featuring Hayden Christensen (come on, Jumper, I've been trying too hard for this) or Shia LaBeouf (with Constantine being the only exception, but that's more because I was distracted by the other boring tidbits they managed to cram into that movie).

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    therantinghuman Icon

    27 Sep 2008 - 23:56
    Happy birthday, you filthy animal.
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    arien Icon

    16 Mar 2008 - 17:46
    What is that behind you? Corn or something?
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