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Great Horror
manipulator of the Virus
(7/19/02 8:24:13 am)
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Funniest Film Ever
So whats your funniest film ever? Mines probs 'Dude, Wheres My Car?'
Fave scene from the film:

'Dude, wheres my car?'
'Dude, wheres your car?'
'Dude, wheres my car?'
'Dude, wheres your car?'
'No, dude,wheres my car?'
'Dude, wheres your car?'
'Seriously dude,wheres MY CAR!?'

etc, etc, etc..

Snooch to the Motherfu*king Nooch!

Gibal Sandwich
manipulator of the Virus
(7/19/02 8:29:44 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Funniest Film Ever = Goodfellas

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/19/02 9:11:34 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Without a doubt, Bram Stokers Dracula.

Kitano
manipulator of the Virus
(7/19/02 9:45:40 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Seriously, right now I can only think of Ace Ventura stuff, or Dumb and Dumber...or Hot shots 2...

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/19/02 10:02:07 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Oh ok, if you want me to seriously answer that, I'd say: Weird Al Yankovic's "The Vidiot". In Oz it was called "The Vidiot From UHF". If you haven't seen it, do it now! That movie is a CLASSIC, yo!

(you can see a VERY young Michael Richards aka. Kramer in it!) Man, Stanley Spedowsky is a sex machine!!!

Erasorhed
further down the Spiral
(7/19/02 10:05:59 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
EVIL DEAD 2!!!! RAWK!
"Ash" played by Bruce Campbell

Ash: "You bastards! You dirty bastards!"
(weeping)
"Give me back my hand! GIVE ME BACK MY HAAAAAAAAND!!!"

The Bad One
out from the well
(7/19/02 10:29:33 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Monty Pythin and the Holy Grail, oh god I piss myself everytime, such a wide abundance of hysterical lines.

:rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin
"It's just a flesh wound"
"There are those that call me........ .....Tim?"
"Just look at the booooooones"
"Big sharp pointy teeth!"
"We want... A SHRUBERRY!"
"I fart in your general direction ...you sons of a window dresser..."
:rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin :rollin

You know, I could go on forever, but I'll stop now. My head has become so crowded with funny lines that I can't concentrate on a specific one, and I fell my head my explode.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/19/02 10:42:02 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Oh too true! However did I miss that one?

"But if yew doubt yer manhood, then come no further! For death awaits yew all .. with big sharp pointy teeth!"

"What an eccentric performance!"

(or)

Listen mate, strange women lyin' in ponds is no basis for a system of government! I mean, if I said I was an emporer - just because some moistened bimp lobbed a scimitar at me, they'd put me away!"
"Shut UP!! BLOODY PEASANT!!!"
"Come and see the violence inherent in the system! Help help! I'm being oppressed!"


(I'd better stop right now)

mikejonas
citizen of the Loopworld
(7/19/02 10:48:55 am)
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my $.02

Racking my brains...what IS, IMO, the funniest film ever? crap, I don't know...I dug "When Harry Met Sally," "Chasing Amy," "There's Something About Mary," and "The Princess Bride," but those were romantic comedies, and the romance component's probably more of a factor there. I like Mel Brooks' movies, but they stopped being funny after "Robin Hood: Men In Tights."

Weighing in on:
"Dude, Where's My Car"...sorry, those guys are no Bill & Ted/Beavis & Butthead/Wayne & Garth, but seeing as those duos aren't really around any more, I wouldn't mind a "DWMC2." Despite Jennifer Garner being in that movie, I just couldn't take my eyes off Linda Kim, the alien babe just to the left of the head alien babe...

Here in America, the Weird Al Yankovic movie Disco speaks of is called simply "UHF." Now, I love Weird Al's stuff--the first CD I ever bought was "Even Worse." But I laughed precisely ONCE during the movie...and that was the "Supplies!" line; I was ROFLMAO for five minutes just because of that line. Everything else, pfft... but "SUPPLIES!" always gets me, just thinking about it.

Monty Python and the Holy Grail...love it, love parts of it, but I can't bring myself to stay awake to the end. My short attention span liked "The Meaning of Life" more.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/19/02 11:09:44 am)
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We are not guys - we are hot chicks!
Shall we give you pleasure now? Err, anyway - Yeah - I guess that's fair to say. But UHF will always have a place in my heart. Funny, but I liked Meaning of Life better too. The whole "Christmas in Heaven" part was so funny for me the first time, I kept rewinding just to get another look at those angel's tits! And when the Liza Minelli angel conks herself with the bell! Ahaw haw haw!!!

And finally, here are some completely gratuitous pictures of penises! To annoy the cencors and hopefully spark some sort of controversy which it seems is the only way these days to get the jaded video-sated public off their f*cking asses and back into the sodding cinemas! Family entertainment? Bollocks! What they want is filth! People doing things to each other with chainsawsduring tupperware parties! Baby sitters being stabbed with knitting needles by gay presidential candidates! Vigilante groups strangling chickens, armed bands of theatre critics exterminating mutant goats!! Where's the fun in pictures?!

Oh well, there we are - here's the theme music. Goodnight.

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/19/02 7:34:24 pm)
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Re: We are not guys - we are hot chicks!
No Holds Barred....Just because it is so bad...

But definately UHF is my favorite. They really dont make silly just for the heck of it movies like that anymore. *sigh*

"Today, we are teaching poodles how to fly!"


ring rasen loop
Administrator, Ring guru
(7/19/02 7:43:09 pm)
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two words
Naked Gun.


j.

*edit*

Damn, forgot O.J. was in it. Alright then, I take back my "Naked Gun" vote and plunk it down on the entire run of TV's "3rd Rock from the Sun."

Edited by: ring rasen loop at: 7/19/02 9:29:55 pm
Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/19/02 9:23:17 pm)
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Re: two words
Funny though the Naked Gun series be, I prefer not to support any movie that has a killer "acting" in it. I'd love to smash that O.J's face up good!!

Kiriyama06
manipulator of the Virus
(7/19/02 11:27:37 pm)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
my vote goes to Mallrats (or pretty much anything Kevin Smith has put his name to)
the Jay & Silent Bob "cameo" in Scream 3 was the highlight of that movie for me :)

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/20/02 2:37:44 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Definately. Scream 3 was fvcked.

...apart from Jay and Silent Bob.

The Binman
citizen of the Loopworld
(7/20/02 3:17:26 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
Kevin Smith is a damn God!! Clerks is probably his greatest but I still have a soft spot for Mallrats and the rest of the "Viewaskewniverse" (even Jay And Silent Bob Strike Back...)

"We will not spank the monkey, the monkey will spank us!"

And I do have an unnerving obsession with "The Princess Bride" mind, so that's one of my faves. But "Redneck Zombies" and "Sgt. Kabukiman" from Troma are fricking hilarious.

oh, and UHF? "BADGERS!? WE DON'T WANT NO STINKIN' BADGERS!!"

Great Horror
manipulator of the Virus
(7/20/02 7:31:40 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
jay and silent bob strike back is out on dvd in october,but i cant wait that loooooooooonnnnng!!!

Snooch to the Motherfu*king Nooch!

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/20/02 9:20:34 am)
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Re: Funniest Film Ever
..But my boyfriend here? He LOVES the c0ck!! :rollin

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/20/02 9:29:29 am)
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Funniest FOREIGN Film Ever
Ok, it's on a slightly different tangent, but I thought we could keep it in the same thread.

"What is your fav/funniest FOREIGN flick?"

Hands down, I would DEFINATELY have to say "The Man From Hong Kong". That movie has the funniest sh!t I've EVER SEEN! 'K, it's about "Double 0-Fat" (Along with fellow agents, Kung, Hey and Choy - geddit?) And anyhoo, these assassins are out to ... assassinate a king, but only the brainy-yet-physically-inept Fat can do the job of protecting his Highness! There are some CLASSIC fight scenes in there - as well as a very nice ending (:lol ).

But the best scene EVER in film history had to be the King's concubines!! :rollin

Anyone else know of this film? GO WATCH IT! NOW NOW NOOOWWW!!! I don't CARE if you have to go to work, dammit!!

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/20/02 9:33:53 am)
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Let's all look at Disco - and how cool he is.
Ok, continuing on from that post yet again, I'd just like to say that the "Foreign funny film" post was officially my 1000th post! Woohoo!! I make me so proud.


Man ... I've gotta sleep more! :D Ah well, it's been worth it.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/20/02 9:49:51 am)
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NOW I'm just being annoying ...
Ohhh nooooo~!!! I can't belive I forgot this one! I have committed a holy crime! And must now cut off my pinky in penance. I have slaughtered my "Japan-ness" by not mentioning this work of art immediately. Nay - before the question was even asked! Sigh .. deep breaths, Disco. Ok, obviously I'm refering to:







THE WEATHERWOMAN!!!!!!!!

The Binman
citizen of the Loopworld
(7/20/02 3:41:41 pm)
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Re: NOW I'm just being annoying ...
Oh man, I've been wanting to see Weatherwoman for ages!!! Curses!!

Saviour Of The Soul is the funniest Hong Kong film I've ever seen.

"Hey! You shot me in the ass" AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

-ahem-

And Man Bites Dog is a pretty funny black comedy as well. I think it was a French film.

Kiriyama06
manipulator of the Virus
(7/20/02 4:37:35 pm)
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Re: NOW I'm just being annoying ...
its Belgian

Huw Lines
manipulator of the Virus
(7/21/02 12:54:20 am)
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Re: NOW I'm just being annoying ...
I haven't seen The Man From Hong Kong - sounds great!
I saw a trailer ages ago for this movie about a group of deformed badasses doing martial arts, I forget what it was called but it looked hilarious and twisted. There were these guys kickin' ass - with no legs - and all kinds of other weird stuff! I think it was either a Hong Kong or Filipino movie....anybody out there know what I'm talking about??

P.S. ditto re: Weatherwoman;)

The Binman
citizen of the Loopworld
(7/21/02 8:02:33 am)
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Re: NOW I'm just being annoying ...
I've seen clips of a film that sounds similar. It had two scientists trying to rebuild some guy and by mistake they put hands where his legs should be.
....ho-hum....it looked pretty cool

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/22/02 7:00:50 am)
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Yo Yo Ma
Here's a movie that's (unintentionally) VERY funny! Man, and if ya wanna hear THE best theme song ever (well - on par with Shaft), look no further: Blackbelt Jones!!

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/22/02 6:09:36 pm)
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Re: Back on topic......
Funnyest because it was the WORST film ever made?

"Day of the Warrior"......Marcus Bagwell's greatest achievement.....

If any of you have seen this film you will know what this means..."Shes a cobra...She always wins"

Great Horror
manipulator of the Virus
(7/23/02 3:20:36 am)
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Re: Back on topic......
i have a feeling macrus is an american male, american male, american male!

Hail to the Horror, Baby

simon
out from the well
(7/23/02 4:17:14 am)
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Re: Back on topic......
Two fab films, though both older now! Woody Allen's What's Up Tiger Lily is sort of foreign - it's a Japanese (or possibly Chinese, I forget) sub-James Bond spy thriller, with Allen doing a new script. It's when Allen hadn't disappeared up either his adopted daughter or his own a*se, and was still very funny.

The other one is an old thing called the Kentucky Fried Movie, worth watching for the Enter the Dragon spoof in the middle.

Also, they're not movies, but did anyone catch an old BBC TV series called the Young Ones - funniest thing from my childhood that I remember. The people that made it also made a bunch of short comedy programs called The Comic Strip, and there are two that are just fantastically funny: A Fistful of Travellers Cheques and Mr Jolly Lives Next Door.

S

ring rasen loop
Administrator, Ring guru
(7/23/02 6:40:08 am)
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Excellent calls
Yup, I remember everything you mentioned above. What's Up Tiger Lilly is classic. Back in the mid-late 80s MTV in America aired Young Ones followed by Comic Strip Presents. Great TV! My fave C.S.P. were the "Famous 5" parodies.


j.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/23/02 9:21:04 am)
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Re: Excellent calls
Ahh yes. Vivian, Rick (The People's poet :lol ), Niel and Mike. Precious memories indeed...

And Alexi Sayle wandering around in there somewhere ... ;)

simon
out from the well
(7/23/02 12:34:45 pm)
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Re: Excellent calls
Never thought Alexei Sayle was that funny, though.

The Famous Five parodies were very good, this is true. There was also one called The Yob, which was a horror film p*ss take - v. good!

Have any of you ever seen Spike Milligan's Q series (there were five of them). Pre-cursor of Monty Python (they basically took his style and expanded it), had some gloriously stupid and funny sketches - Pakistani Daleks, anyone?

Also, I'm a big fan of the Python movies, and Terry Gilliam's solo work - think Time Bandits is one of the greatest films ever.

The Big Lebowski? Great stuff!

S

Erasorhed
further down the Spiral
(7/23/02 1:55:28 pm)
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Re: Excellent calls
OMG! Someone knows The Young Ones!

"That's 'Rik', with a silent 'P'." -Vyvyan

Rik: "You bastard! That's my record player!"
Mike: [to Vyv] "You said it was your record player."
Vyvyan: "No, I didn't, Mike, I said 'Let's throw Rick's record player on the fire, that'll be good for a laugh.' "



simon
out from the well
(7/24/02 3:04:05 am)
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Re: Excellent calls
Know The Young Ones? I count them as THE defining comedy moment of my life. Incidentally, the R2 DVD of the entire first series is being released on 5th August. Must have purchase, I think...

S

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/24/02 11:33:11 am)
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Re: Excellent calls
"No,no - it's TRUE, Rik! You can get a reduction in rent fees if you have an outdoor lavvy!"

"Well I think you deliberately threw the toilet outside because you KNOW I've got a runny botty, Vyvian!!"



(I always liked the scene where Buddy Holly comes crashing through Mike's roof, and Mike has to dispose of the body somehow)

::said as carrying the body down into the cellar:: "S'cuse me, fellas. I've got a stiff. Know what I mean?"

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/24/02 3:26:43 pm)
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Re: Excellent calls
What was the name of their hamster? I can never remember.

"Don't look at me, I'm irrelevant."

ring rasen loop
Administrator, Ring guru
(7/24/02 7:58:50 pm)
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the hamster's name
was "Special Patrol Group."


j.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/24/02 9:08:48 pm)
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Binman is the avatar demi-god
Woooooo~!!!!! Alex Kidd in Miracle World!!!

simon
out from the well
(7/25/02 4:49:24 am)
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Re: Binman is the avatar demi-god
Favourite Young Ones line:

"Neil! How are you holding that plant pot up?"

Favourite scene - where they're all outside the bathroom, and can't get in because Alexei Sayle in inside (being a vampire). Nothing particularly funny about the linves, just the sight of Ade Edmondson sailing across the screen holding his nose up and making 'whooo' noises. Nearly choked to death with laughter.

Does anyone remember a series of sketched Rick mayall and Ade Edmondson used to do called The Dangerous Brothers? Extremely violent, very very funny. 'Dangerous Crocodile Snogging' - ha ha ha!

S

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/25/02 9:25:46 am)
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Re: Binman is the avatar demi-god
Wasn't it a saucepan that Neil was holding up?

Oh, what about when it was raining. I think it was "FLOOD".
Vyv: "It's only spitting" (holds a glass full of viscous liquid and a pair of false teeth)
Vyv later on: "It's really pissing down now!" (holds a glass with .. yellow liquid)

Ahaw haw haw!!!

Y'know, speaking of great series' that don't get made anymore, I loved Married with Children (well, not the last few seasons, they sucked. But generally it was always kewl. Go Al!) and Duckman. Anyone here watched Duckman?

Oh, and what the hell happened to Futurama? Is that still going anymore? We stopped getting it here in Oz a long time ago ...

Kitano
manipulator of the Virus
(7/25/02 9:45:08 am)
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Re: Binman is the avatar demi-god
I used to watch Duckman. But that was so long ago...
I can't really remember much details...
I think with duckman that's understandable, in a good sense.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/25/02 9:55:59 am)
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Duckman

When I go to work, I "channel" Cornfed. I'm a lot more efficient that way ...

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/25/02 11:10:52 am)
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Re: Duckman
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is another Terry Gilliam masterpiece.

Glad someone mentioned Lebowski!

"Nice Marmet Man.."

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/26/02 3:36:31 pm)
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Re: The Big Lebowski
"Shut the f*ck up Donny."

Great film. So many quoteable lines.

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/26/02 11:59:59 pm)
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Fear and Loathing
I personally like the bit where Johnny Depp goes into the Las Vegas hotel with a suitcase full of drugs and stops to see that it's just full of narcotics inspectors and policemen.

"My arrival at the hotel was ill-timed". :lol

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/27/02 3:14:27 am)
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Re: Fear and Loathing
Benicio Del Toro is so bloody amazing in that film.

"Did you just see what GOD just did to us?!"
"God didn't do that! You did it. You're a f*cking narcotics agent!!"
"You better be careful. Plenty of vultures out here. They'll pick your bones dry by morning."

Kiriyama06
manipulator of the Virus
(7/27/02 4:35:38 pm)
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Re: Fear and Loathing
on the subject of Johnny Depp have any of you ever seen him in a bad movie? cos I haven't and there aren't many actors I can say that about!

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/27/02 4:42:14 pm)
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Re: Fear and Loathing
Johnny Depp is the man. He's great in every film I've seen him in.

Same goes for Brad Pitt. (Bloody great in Kalifornia and 12 Monkeys.)

(I ain't got no sexual want for hollywood hunks mind, I ain't gay or nuthin'. I just thinks theys dang good actors.)

Kiriyama06
manipulator of the Virus
(7/27/02 4:54:07 pm)
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Brad Pitt
didn't think much of the Mexican

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/27/02 9:46:47 pm)
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Re: Johnny Depp
I think "Good on him" in regards to Johnny Depp. Now there's a guy who could have SO EASILY fallen into the "teen heartthrob" circle of mivie doom after 21 Jump Street. But he made sure that he took only the good movie roles. Particularly, the "obscure" ones. Not many people can say they've done that. Johnny Depp is obviously a very smart cookie. I just saw him in From Hell, and that rocked. My fav movie of his is Ed Wood, though. "Well ... I like to dress in women's clothing!"

I'm sure it's not easy sifting through the millions of crap scripts when you're just starting to make it. I'd have to disagree with Brad Pitt. He's made some real turkeys, like the aforementioned The Mexican and Meet Joe Black. He was walking a fine line after that one ...
I think some other actors who regard their work seriously and go for gold are Cameron Diaz (come on, she was only just some babe in "The Mask", now look at the roles she's had - Being John Malkovich, ect) and Christina Ricci. She was REAL lucky to opull out of the whole "child actor" curse there ..

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/28/02 8:10:24 am)
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Re: Johnny Depp
Granted, Brad Pitt sucked in Meet Joe Black and The Mexican but, c'mon, Kalifornia!! It's great, plus it's got one of the greatest lines in cinema history...

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/28/02 9:12:18 am)
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Re: Mr Anniston
Ok, you got a good point there, but he HAS chosen some baddies ... My faves of Brad's are 12 Monkeys (any dude that handsome who can make himself that UGLY *has* to be a good actor!) and of course, as the incomprehensible Gypsie (piker) in Snatch.

simon
out from the well
(7/28/02 10:21:22 am)
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Re: Mr Anniston
You are all forgetting the brilliance of Seven. I know that now it appears cliched and old hat, but back when it first came out, I remember sitting in the cinema absolutely astounded that a Hollywood film had dared to be so dark and atmospheric. Plus, Mr Aniston's leather jacket in that film is just to die for.

12 Monkeys = fantastic.
Kailfornia = really good, barring David Duchovny's rather scary bouffant hairdo.

S

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/28/02 11:35:16 am)
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Re: Mr Anniston
But you all have forgotton the master of bit role acting

GARY OLDMAN

Closely followed by his Horror Movie counterpart

JEFFERY COMBS

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/29/02 1:08:08 am)
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Re: Mr Anniston
Gary Oldman is a GOD for Bram Stoker's Dracula! (my fav movie ever) but he sucked so hard in The 5th Element. Generally I still love Gary though ...

But not in a "Gibal" kind of way ...

I don't wanna sound like a queer or nothin' ....

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/29/02 6:27:50 am)
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Re: Gary Oldman
he was also the GOD of Hannibal
the GOD of the Professional
the GOD of Romeo is Bleeding
he was also the GOD of True Romance!!

"He musta thought it was white boy day...eh...Is it white boy day?"
"Nah it ain't white boy day boss"
"I didn't THINK so"

Speaking of funny movies, True Romance has to have the funniest mob hit ever between Christopher Walkin and Dennis Hopper...

Hopper: "Italians were spawned by niggers...that means you're part eggplant!"
Walkin: "And you're a cantaloupe!"
Both Laugh
Christopher Walkin pulls out a .45 and unloads it into Hoppers head
"I havent killed anyone since 1984"

bwahahahahahaha!

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/29/02 8:00:47 am)
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Re: Gary Oldman
Hmmm. I was reading in Empire Magazine about that scene again. They rated it as "the coolest way to die". As in, since you know you're going to be assassinated by the mafia no matter what, may as well pIss him off royally before he does the job! How to do that? Tell him that his family had been knockin' boots with some African-Americans - thusly, he's part-eggplant!

Heh. Better'n crying like a little bItch any day!

Erasorhed
further down the Spiral
(7/29/02 12:07:20 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
Ok, here's a bit of Useless Trivia:

Name one movie in which Gary Oldman's character DOESN'T die.
aHAW! Try THAT one on for size!

Huw Lines
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(7/29/02 3:17:39 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
The Contender - that might be the only one though!

Hey, is everyone forgetting his Chinliness Bruce Campbell???

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/29/02 3:21:46 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
Bruce is God. No other man alive can deliver the line
"Groovy"
like he can.

....Except perhaps Earthworm Jim...but that's a different can o' worms.

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/29/02 3:25:37 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
Gary's character didn't die in "Basquat"

The Binman
manipulator of the Virus
(7/29/02 3:39:27 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
But when he does die, he dies in style.

Leon being a damn good example.

Narusegawa
manipulator of the Virus
(7/29/02 7:26:56 pm)
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Re: Gary Oldman
Binman's Avatar is Ka-wa-iiiiiiiiii !!!!!!!!!!!

Disco Supafly
the chosen infected
(7/29/02 8:34:26 pm)
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that avatar
Mecha kawai!!

Or as they say, "Sutekiiiiiii~!!!"