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once again cowards attack karma instead of smart discussion. sad. http://grooveshark.com/#!/bigdaddyo420/music for my music, i think you will find something u like.
i directed a few videos link 1 http://current.com/entertainment/music/89725552_the-kadan-stiletto-silhouette-in-san-diego-30th-and-adams-filmed-tom-jones-edited-bk-bodell.htm smoking w jesus and guy fawkes at protests(see avatar), skating, surfing, musical instruments(violin, guitar, etc), painting, art, kung fu, tai chi, films films movies shorts, too many hobbies to list i think.
Soz for the late post have fun yeah
German's pretty easy to learn by the way :] as long as you practice it of course. And thank you for saying my pictures were beautiful ^___^
Thank you for the add :]
Total gap out, lol. I meant to say ...a long, long time ago. **Check out this movie.** It's really, really good...
Funny protocol you've got there I think they already make enough money, although I wouldn't have a problem supporting them if I knew the money was divi'ed a bit more equally amongst all of those involved in the project. I haven't seen audition, but I've seen Suicide Club a long, long time ago. It's really, really good. It's some Asian movie called time: http://www.1channel.ch/watch-24695-Shi-gan Have you seen it? It reminded me of that new movie, The Skin I Live In, with Banderas, also a really good movie. Both are kind of similar to Abre Los Ojos and Vanilla Sky, too.
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Ninja Turtles 'n' Zombies
HAHHAHAHAA those gifs you posted... GOD BLESS AMERICA been wanting to see this gonna watch now... looking forward to it good looks bud, much thanks
When I finally get to it I'm gonna post all my old toons. Its gonna be awhile, they're on VHS now.
Why do you buy em? Just download them!
Oh yeah, there's a good one with Min-sik Choi called 'I Saw the Devil'.
I don't even know who Josh Brolin is, I'll have to Google him. It would be sweet if they remade the whole trilogy, in the same way. I do remember them recycling a a couple characters, but it's been a while since I've seen the trilogy. I think I'm gonna watch 'em all again, now that I know that. I got a lot of good movies saved under my favorites, if you're interested.
The Good old Days hehehe
Fkin nice. Those are the two best from the trilogy, too. Will Smith would've been terrible for the role, Charlize might be able to pull it off, though, who knows.
straight from bobcat goldthwaits mouth regarding the violence in the film and if it will inspire such events..... on reddit..... Bob_Goldthwait 1174 points 6 days ago I hope people are inspired by the movie because it's a violent movie about kindness. If people were a little more kind after watching this movie I'd be happy. If you could take rational people and turn then into killers by showing them movies, the military would be in the business of producing movies. If we're going to start banning violent works of fiction because we're afraid of how they may influence people, we should start with the Bible. well put bob......
haha you pawn this site... wp ++karma
Hey! Just read your comment on 'The Samaritan' and was wondering what you meant.. "makes me think spike lee should have cast sam jackson in the oldboy remake(although josh brolin is a wicked good choice)".. did Spike Lee make a remake or is he making a remake of Oldboy?
An explanation (with some spoilers, although not really, more explanations) of the holy mountain.
A man (later identified as a thief) representing The Fool, a tarot card typically depicting a young man stepping off a cliff, lies on the ground with flies covering his face like excrement. He is befriended by a footless, handless dwarf (representing the five of swords: defeat) and goes into a city to make money from tourists. The thief's resemblance to Christ inspires some to use his likeness for the crucifixes that they sell by casting an impression of his face and body. After a dispute with a priest who rejects the thief's likeness of himself, the thief eats off the face of his wax statue and sends it skyward with balloons, symbolically eating the body of Christ and offering "himself" up to heaven. Soon after, he notices a crowd gathered around a large tower, where a large hook with a bag of gold has been sent down in exchange for food. The thief, wishing to find the source of the gold, ascends the tower; finding the alchemist (played by Jodorowsky) and his silent female assistant.
After a confrontation with the alchemist, the thief defecates into a container. The excrement is transformed into gold by the alchemist who proclaims: "You are excrement. You can change yourself into gold." The thief accepts the gold, but when shown himself in a mirror he angrily smashes the mirror with the gold, and the alchemist takes the thief as an apprentice.
The thief is introduced to seven people who will accompany him on his journey; they are said to be the most powerful but mortal, like himself. They are related to planets in astrological terms and portrayed with broad-brush satire, each personifying the worst aspects of his or her planet's supposed characteristics. The seven consist of: a cosmetics manufacturer (male, Venus), a weapons manufacturer (female, Mars), a millionaire art dealer (male, Jupiter), a war toy maker (female, Saturn), a political financial adviser (male, Uranus), a police chief (male, Neptune) and an architect (male, Pluto). They are gathered together by the alchemist who instructs them to burn their money and wax images of themselves. Together with the Alchemist, the Thief and the Alchemist's assistant they form a group of ten.
After several scenes wherein the characters are led by the alchemist through several death/rebirth rituals, they carry staffs topped with their planets' symbols; the alchemist's symbol is the Sun, the thief is the Moon, and the alchemist's silent assistant is Mercury. They all journey to Lotus Island to gain the secret of immortality from nine immortal masters who live on a holy mountain. Once on Lotus Island they are sidetracked by the "Pantheon Bar", a cemetery party where people have abandoned their quest for the holy mountain and instead engage in drugs, poetry or acts of physical prowess. Leaving the bar behind, they ascend the mountain and each have personal symbolic visions representing each characters worst fears and obsessions. Near the top, the thief is sent back to his "people" along with a young prostitute and an ape who has followed him to the mountain. The rest confront the cloaked immortals who are shown to be only faceless dummies. The alchemist then breaks the fourth wall and reveals the film apparatus just outside the frame (cameras, microphone, lights and crew) and says "Zoom back camera!", instructing everyone including the audience for the film, to leave the holy mountain. "Real life awaits us," he says, and the movie ends.
Hey I got an anonymous friend! I like your style. I call Easter: Jesus-Zombie-Christ day too! Man did I laugh when I read that on your post. Thanks for sharing your movies and critiques. Someday I gotta get my old vhs tapes loaded with old toons on disk then on this site. This place is great!
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