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  1. #81  
    Originally posted by swendor
    Don't get me wrong (if I come and go like fashion. Oops, wrong thread
    LOL!

    Originally posted by Toby
    Never seen it, but I can't see how it could be much worse than Dumb and Dumber.
    Generally speaking, I agree that Jim Carrey's roles are mostly extension of his stand-up routine and involve a lot of facial mobility. I would say that Dumb and Dumber had one or two amusing lines, so it may not be totally without redemption. Also, the soundtrack wasn't bad.
  2.    #82  
    Originally posted by Toby
    Well, thank God they have a way to filter out the posts of idiots -- that's you, boy. Do yourself a favor and print out the posts that you & I have engaged in and show them to the most educated people you know (not the other morons that no doubt populate your home and others in your "inner circle") -- a simple reading of the actual text will let them know what a clueless monkey you remain, even after your years of education.
    I will pray for you, son.
    "Great Spirits Have Always Encountered Violent Opposition From Mediocre Minds." -- Albert Einstein
  3. #83  
    Originally posted by bkbk
    Well, thank God they have a way to filter out the posts of idiots -- that's you, boy.
    Is this supposed to offend me? Again, you prove my point, though. No rational argument.

    Do yourself a favor and print out the posts that you & I have engaged in and show them to the most educated people you know (not the other morons that no doubt populate your home and others in your "inner circle") -- a simple reading of the actual text will let them know what a clueless monkey you remain, even after your years of education.
    LOL...Well, I'd place my education and that of others I know against yours any day and have no fear of being shown up.

    I will pray for you, son.
    Save them for yourself. BTW, weren't you supposed to be ignoring me or not responding to me or something. What a frail ego you must have.
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
  4.    #84  
    Moderators, can we ban Toby from the site already?
    He's clearly a mental case with nothing better to do with his life but be a pernicious influence who never elevates, elucidates or educates.
    If you go through his posts you'll see that virtually all of them are designed to negatively impact others by "picking apart" their words -- and then distorting their meaning and/or import to suit his own sick antagonisms.
    A classic psychotic hallmark.
    "Great Spirits Have Always Encountered Violent Opposition From Mediocre Minds." -- Albert Einstein
  5. #85  
    Originally posted by bkbk
    Moderators, can we ban Toby from the site already?
    I thought you put me on your ignore list?

    He's clearly a mental case with nothing better to do with his life but be a pernicious influence who never elevates, elucidates or educates.
    Coming from you, I'd consider that high praise.

    If you go through his posts you'll see that virtually all of them are designed to negatively impact others by "picking apart" their words -- and then distorting their meaning and/or import to suit his own sick antagonisms.
    Interesting interpretation, there.

    A classic psychotic hallmark.
    Well, you've never actually admitted your age, so I expect revealing where your Ph.D. comes from is out of the question. "You raise your voice when you should reinforce your argument." - Samuel Johnson

    BTW, I'm curious of your source of attribution of the quote (in another thread) "Everything should be made as simple as possible. But NOT simpler." to Einstein. This quote is actually listed under those falsely attributed to him in The Expanded Quotable Einstein.
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
  6. #86  
    I saw Tomb Raider last night. It is probably the worst movie I've ever seen.
    We're all naked if you turn us inside out.
    -David Byrne
  7. #87  
    Ie; '2001: A Space Oddysey'- A breakthrough film in more ways than one. The special effects still stand up today as shining examples on how to make something not real appear real without detracting from the plot. Clarke was very involved with the film and from his comments, that I've read, felt it had been done well. I know Doug Trumbell through a friend so I've been able to speak to him about the film. Kubricks goal was never to make an "easy" film. It helps if you go into it with some knowledge of what's going on. It is impossible to make a film from a book and please everybody who has read the book, mainly because anybody who reads the book will "flavor" the story from their own inner self.
    As to the Cohen Bros., I've never seen one of their films I didn't like. 'Miller's Crossing' remains my favorite Crime/Love story to date from the silver screen.
    Best/worst are totally subjective and cannot be proven by logic since they actually come from emotional responses.
    Films I didn't like and was forced to watch (I was a projectionist and had to make sure I put them together right):
    1) Steel Dawn (Patrick Swayze in poorly down post-apoc. sci-fi)
    2) Julia/Julia (Kathleen Turner in messy psycho drama with Sting)
    3) The Picasso Trigger (sounds like an art film, was actually bad soft porn/spy film.)
    4) any thing with Pauly Shore
    "I am a debtor both to Greeks and to Barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish."
  8. #88  
    1. Dude, Where's my car? Ugh!

    2. Color of Night (Weird).
  9. #89  
    That movie with Kevin Kostner with..i forgot the name... Waterworld?
  10. #90  
    Thomas and the Magic Railway. My four-year old loves it, so I have to watch it periodically.

    Ruined a perfectly good series of children's stories, and a decent series of videos, by changing the focus of the original series. Added elements of "magic" and a villian not present in the original series, to its great detriment.

    Not to mention the completely gawdawful acting of Peter "my brain melted out through my nose during Easy Rider" Fonda and Alec "I swear I'll move to France if Bush wins" Baldwin.

    Now, if Baldwin would actually keep his promise and relocate to the land of cheese-eating-surrender-monkeys, that would make my year.
  11. #91  
    bkbk vs. Toby = interesting match.
    Simply because Toby dives deep into every little idea, and bkbk goes straight to the point. Two polar opposites!

    I'll TRY to remain neutral, since this 8 days of no posts has lowered the aggrivation.


    BTW, there's a little hole in the folder icon of this thread. What does it mean?

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  12. #92  
    anything with either of the two dudes named 'Corey' from the '80s...
  13. #93  
    anything with either of the two dudes named 'Corey' from the '80s...
    Now hold on...the Corey's had some good ones too...Goonies, License to Drive, The Manhattan Project, The Lost Boys, Lucas, and, of course, the best of the bunch...Stand By Me.

    Here's a classic image for ya:



    Couldn't resist.
    We're all naked if you turn us inside out.
    -David Byrne
  14. #94  
    Originally posted by bblue
    ... and bkbk goes straight to the point. Two polar opposites!
    If bkbk goes straight to the point, why does he have so many posts (in various threads) that say the same thing, over and over?
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  15. #95  
    bkbk is probably the only person who goes here who will simply say "you suck" without adding extra lines to soften it up or divert it to appear tactful. If bkbk thinks you suck, that's what he tells you. Period. End of story. Don't question his word because it came from him, NOT you!

    It's quite refreshing!


    Toby, will spend time going into every detail to prove his point as a fact, or as close as it can become. He won't tell you you suck. He'll tell you WHY you suck, and what you did that MADE you suck, and why that MADE you suck, and why it would make you make you make you suck.

    It's great, as long as you don't become a victim! <superfluousness>
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  16. #96  
    It's refreshing that he's unwilling (or unable) to support his opinion?
    Isn't that what I was giving you grief about earlier in this thread?
    Isn't that what most people do?
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  17. #97  
    I thought bkbk ran away because the board wouldn't shun Toby for being such a hienous anti-bkbk (anti as in opposite, not as in against).
    I can't support running away, you usually get at least one good kick in the tush when you do it.
    And most people haven't mastered the art of looking dignified whilst running away.
    (ok everbody all together in squeaky Monty Python voices "Run away! Run away!)

    Is he back?

    Michael
    "I am a debtor both to Greeks and to Barbarians, both to the wise and to the foolish."
  18. #98  
    Originally posted by bblue:
    bkbk is probably the only person who goes here who will simply say "you suck" without adding extra lines to soften it up or divert it to appear tactful.


    No, he'll just add a four page rant about an unrelated topic having something to do with either video or audio recording of all of the people in the world who are persecuting him.

    It's quite refreshing!

    Hardly. It's boring. I'll take the guy who backs up his statements any day, even if I don't agree with his premise or conclusions.

    It's great, as long as you don't become a victim!

    "Hey, you mess with the bull, you get the horns. Know what I'm sayin'?" - Watts
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
  19. #99  
    Here we have a classic example of Toby!


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    bkbk ran away??
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  20. #100  
    Originally posted by Yorick
    It's refreshing that he's unwilling (or unable) to support his opinion?
    Isn't that what I was giving you grief about earlier in this thread?
    Isn't that what most people do?

    Why should you support your opinion when it's quite obvious, as in this case? If you don't see WHY he posted what he did, you're too stupid to understand it, or too narrow minded to accept it! As long as we're not writing essays, it's fine.

    I can see why bkbk is angry. I can see why Toby is angry, without reading his thorough proofs.

    (ok, you're not angry, you're just "contentness challenged" at the moment" )

    That being said, when necessary (in my opinion) , bkbk DOES provide proof. (Boycott Trailways)


    bkbk is a good apple though, by my means. So is Toby. So I'll settle this now.


    You're both right AND wrong. Face it. Drop it. Live with it.
    After this post right here, this thread shall be driven back to topic BEFORE the mods get their little paws on it. So whether or not you're satisfied, please drop it /OR/ move it to Private Messangeeng befour I luze my zpeling caypawbiwiteez.
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