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  1. I! J! K! L! M! N! O! P! Q! R! S! T! U! V! W! X! Y! Z!!!!! A! Song for Corrections and Omissions: https://soundcloud.c...s-and-omissions I never misfiled anything! Not once. Not one time!
  2. The radioactive spill that gave Daredevil his super powers also gave powers to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. The accidents in both origin stories are pretty much identical. The Daredevil side of the story is of a kid who pushed an old blind man out of the way of a truck carrying barrels of radioactive waste. The goo splashed in his eyes. The TMNT side of the story is of a truck carrying radioactive waste hitting a blind man and a teenager, dropping its cargo on the kid's face, knocking a child's bowl of pet turtles into a sewer where that same radioactive waste was drained into. So according to how the movie's story, we have Ben Affleck's dad to thank for starting not 1, but 6 superheroes (if you count Master Splinter). Here's one source of many: http://itssamuraijosh.wordpress.com/2011/08/01/teenage-mutant-ninja-turtles-daredevil-spawned-from-the-same-accident/
  3. Bartlet4America

    Omissions: "Demolition Man"

    1) Why couldn't the "Scraps" take over the city? If Wesley Snipes could defy the police without a gun and the Scraps had guns, couldn't they overthrow the government? 2) Sly Stallone goes from yelling angrily about his dead wife to being up for some fun sex with Sandra Bullock so quickly. What the hell? 3) In the sex scene, the visions never show how Sandra Bullock is picturing Stallone. Weird. 4) How could Slay Stallone get sent to prison at the beginning of the movie? The police seem to believe that he blows up so much stuff as a cop that he would plant C4 in a building full of hostages just to kill one criminal. That seems odd. 5) I think I figured out where Wesley Snipes got his character from. I think he's doing a Rodney Dangerfield impression. Seriously, go back and watch the way he conducts the meeting with his henchmen late in the movie. He's always cracking jokes and stopping the meeting to do observational riffing.
  4. I don't think I heard this mentioned in the podcast, but did anybody else notice that Posh Spice is always wearing a dress? Even during the boot camp scene where everyone else is in army gear, she's wearing a camo dress.
  5. at the part where she says "shave your head everywhere except here and here". if he were to do that, then the hair that's left would be in the same place as a devil's horns. basically, she's calling Justin the devil so another "joke" that makes as much sense as when she tells him "people call me Kelly for short"
  6. Just a coupld of things I noticed. When farmer is farming with his son he talks about how hard it is to grow crops and how tough the dirt is, but when he is burying his son he is using beautiful black dirt. So obviously the dirt in that region is perfect for agriculture. Ok, so young Helen Hunt at the beginning of the movie is apparently great with a sword and she wants to be a warrior, which would lead you to believe that she is super badass, but instead, every time she has a chance to fight she does nothing. She doesn't even catch the duke, a bunch of wood nymphs do. I'm pretty sure he handily defeats her with a sword too. Maybe I'm remembering that wrong though. And lastly, her dad has no idea she is magical? He gets pissed when he finds out he was banging the magic out of her and says "you've tipped the scales, you've doomed the kingdom." or something to that effect. But at the end when he is dying he is all "oh, I was so blind I hshould have seen this power in you," or something along those lines. So are we too believe that he thought that Ray Liotta getting laid would upset the kingdom? Also, she knew her dad was mortal enemies with this dude. Why in the hell would she be banging him? Of all the characters in this movie leelee sobieski was the most frustrating, by far.
  7. Not a correction or an omission per se, but I don't think enough attention has been paid to how upsetting this movie truly was. I watched it late in the evening and went to bed immediately after. What followed was a series of horrifying dinner table-set nightmares that ran through my brain like a condiment-filled Lionel Train on its fastest setting. I can't pinpoint exactly why my reaction to this was so visceral compared to any of the other movies featured on HDTGM, but it is easily one of the most deeply unsettling movies I've ever seen.
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