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Robert Denby

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  1. 3 minutes ago, The_Triple_Lindy said:

    So, no one is going to mention how Bella Voltiac pulls a Derringer out of her vagina when going through the metal detector?

    Again, another indication of bad planning. She either didn’t know there would be metal detectors (bad), or she just liked having a gun in her vag (gross).

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  2. 5 minutes ago, Cameron H. said:

    No, Thomas Jane was a complete wild card. He just dropped in uninvited. Man-Bun is constantly talking about how your Plan A is only as good as your Plan B, but homeboy sure did leave the lives of his wife and daughter up to chance, didn't he?  

    Especially since Frazier Rumble told him he’d kill his family if he double-crossed him. 

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    Maybe it's just me, but a scene I found to be absolutely hilarious was near the end of the film when The Rumble's men were laying siege to Man-Bun's home, and how they all had industrial grade flashlights blazing even though it appeared to be maybe early dusk. I would think any professional killers worth their salt would try to avoid immediately announcing their presence to their targets--especially when all the lights are on in the house suggesting that people are probably awake inside.

    Especially since they were there to kill a woman and a child. (I zoned out a little towards the end, but I don’t think The Rumble was aware of Thomas Jane’s involvement in the heist.)

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  4. I realize it’s a cliché, but this movie really needed an over-the-top Nick Cage-level performance from the lead. Edge plays it as if he’s taking this role seriously, which is completely wrong for this flick. Rest his soul, but imagine Roddy Piper in this role. It would make this movie transcendent. 

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  5. 11 hours ago, HelloooNurse said:

    I have to second the person who mentioned the dance. I didn’t have the captions on but I thought it was The Shag as well. I’m from N.C., so that’s something I have heard of.

    Also, what’s gonna happen with the motorcycle that Jaime Gertz literally just left in the hands of some poor airline employee? 

    You know, Paul mentioned Annabeth Gish wanting to be a part of an HDTGM, and she was in a movie called “Shag: The Movie.” A tenuous connection, but a sixties beach movie made in 1989 seems like it could be a good episode.

  6. 13 minutes ago, DrGuts1003 said:

    So early on Lizzie tells her brother that he needs to wear teal bikini briefs in order to make himself more appealing women.

    Later in the movie, after Gus has sex with Emily we see him the next morning wearing teal underwear, but instead of bikini briefs, they are blousy boxer shorts, practically tennis shorts.

    Was this a result of the movie trying to avoid an R-rating?

    Or was this a case of Gus trying to make a compromise to his sister’s creepy suggestion?

    I thought they looked more like swim trunks. Maybe he was planning on a trip to the pool, but got sidetracked by boning. 

  7. I really have to question Jaimie Gertz’s reporter’s skills. She goes to the romance novel convention, sees the table with Shelley Long’s novels, a life-size cutout of Shelley Long, with Shelley Long standing next to it, but doesn’t figure out who Long is until she sees her autographing one of her books. Bob Woodward she ain’t. 

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  8. 2 hours ago, RyanSz said:

    So what aesthetic was Shelley Long going for throughout the movie? Her pseudonym was dressed like a Southern Belle, then for the dinner she said she was making French cuisine if I remember right but she was dressed like a Chinese massage parlor worker, during the training she dresses in a very yuppie fashion, and then she starts to decorate in Americana stuff. It's like someone asked the set designer "we have these different sets of props which do you want to use?" and the designers reply was simply "yes."

    Her husband seemed to be making Asian food. The dish that made Gertz sick was something with jellyfish. 

  9. 7 hours ago, RyanSz said:


    So watching the opening scene gave me a lot of vibes of playing an online game, with the Ninja being a griefer, just a dude who's there to ruin the game for everyone else. He literally just runs up on the scientist and starts slaughtering his party and makes a point to kill and/or maim everyone in it. Then when the police arrive he continues his rampage when there were numerous moments where he could have made his escape. Then he basically had infinite ammo and health cheat codes on with how many damn ninja stars he was whipping around and the fact he kept getting up despite being shot more times than Tony Montana. So then like in an online game like this the mod eventually intervenes and kicks the dude out of the server, which could be seen as the scene where he drops dead in front of Christie and passes his soul onto her. The basic idea that the ninja thought the cops are in the wrong for doing their job of stopping his was fucking insane, especially as he racked up a body count in the dozens by the time he's died.


    And can we mention the ninja’s incredible good fortune to have a hidden mountain lair with a weapons cache so near a suburban Arizona golf course? 

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  10. On 11/22/2019 at 1:42 AM, AlmostAGhost said:

    i had to look up what the video game version of Abobo looked like because I couldn't remember and must say, the film was pretty accurate



    So in order to demonstrate great strength, the makeup artists decided, “Let’s give him a neck scrotum. And make it super veiny.”

  11. On 11/22/2019 at 3:45 AM, TrueBreenius said:

    This movie was bonkers. A specific detail that I have been hung up on for the past week is the fact that the computer system in the car that pulls up people's personal data lists their statistics (e.g. height and weight) in metric measurements (cm and kg, respectively). Did the earthquake cause America to abandon the imperial measurement system? Does the collapse of freedom units in Los Angeles have anything to do with the simultaneous deterioration of civic society, or is it simply coincidental? 

    They had to use the metric system. How else would we know it was THE FUTURE!!!

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  12. 2 hours ago, PollyDarton said:

    GUYS. I re-watched the movie this afternoon and I'm here to tell you mistake #1.


    Do you see what I see?

    Thom Mathews who plays Tommy is 6'3". With that information and looking at screenshots, it looks like someone buried Jason a whopping 3 feet underground. That's right guys, Martin, the drunken groundskeeper can squarely be blamed for this entire fiasco. He might be a "damn high school graduate" but I think he must've flunked math and or geometry. Either that or while digging a hole, shitfaced and stumbling, he got to about knee deep and said Fuck it. "Burying this unstoppable, serial killing machine in a shallow, badly sealed grave will never come back to haunt me."

    Mistake #2- Bringing Arnold Horshack for backup. 

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  13. 1 hour ago, gigi-tastic said:

    Have we discussed that her name is literally Star Star? Stella is the Latin for star.

    Random fact about me : I have a tattoo on my wrist that says Stella Fulgens which means Star Bright.

    We should introduce her to “Manos: The Hands Of Fate.”

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