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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    speaking of, Mookie watched Every Which Way But Loose. classic awesome 70s movies when studios didn't need a remake or a sequel!!! movie has it all
    Didn't they make a sequel to that?
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    This made me laugh way harder than it should have.

    Now the question comes to mind - will Bobby Boucher keep to his threat and make the worst movie ever since he was snubbed for an Oscar?
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    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    Now the question comes to mind - will Bobby Boucher keep to his threat and make the worst movie ever since he was snubbed for an Oscar?
    Wouldn't it be easier to just re-release "Little Nicky"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Rage View Post
    Wouldn't it be easier to just re-release "Little Nicky"?
    He's clearly threatening worse.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Quote Originally Posted by St. Clown View Post
    Now the question comes to mind - will Bobby Boucher keep to his threat and make the worst movie ever since he was snubbed for an Oscar?
    He would have done that anyways. Sandler stopped being funny quite a while ago. (here and there he has an ok movie)

    And he wasnt snubbed (in response to him not you) John Tuturro was by Sandler stealing his entire essence for the film. Carlos Mencia couldnt do as good of a job at stealing someone's bit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJHovey View Post
    Didn't they make a sequel to that?
    Nope.nada.not a chance. Never

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    speaking of, Mookie watched Every Which Way But Loose. classic awesome 70s movies when studios didn't need a remake or a sequel!!! movie has it all
    Ahem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
    He would have done that anyways. Sandler stopped being funny quite a while ago. (here and there he has an ok movie)

    And he wasnt snubbed (in response to him not you) John Tuturro was by Sandler stealing his entire essence for the film. Carlos Mencia couldnt do as good of a job at stealing someone's bit.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    Dennis Leary on line 1, sir.
    Oh god dont tell me you are one of those clowns who say Leary ripped off Bill Hicks like Hicks invented the ranting angry guy bit. The Hicks disciples are so cute...

    (nevermind the fact that Leary was doing the same types of jokes in the 1980s that Hicks's cronies accused him of stealing in the 1990s only with a terrible haircut)

    Mencia flat out stole people's jokes (amongst other things) to the point that comedians used to signal other comics at clubs so they could all watch him do it. (Rogan tells great stories since he is often the guy and he was the one who outed him) Leary no more stole from Hicks than Robin Williams stole from the second rate comics in San Francisco. You might as well says they all ripped off Lenny Bruce and call it a day.

    Leary isnt as good as his career, and Hicks isnt as good as people think he was.
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    There are side-by-side vids of Leary/Hicks. Leary was Mencia before Mencia. That being said, I still like Leary.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    speaking of, Mookie watched Every Which Way But Loose. classic awesome 70s movies when studios didn't need a remake or a sequel!!! movie has it all
    and just to be up front, the other one was made in the 80s
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    The next Bond will be male.

    Say who?

    Says Barbara Broccoli. And she would know.

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    It's fine. Last time I saw Craig do Bond, they'd pretty much evolved the character from being a total sex fiend to more of a suave, functional alcoholic type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    It's fine. Last time I saw Craig do Bond, they'd pretty much evolved the character from being a total sex fiend to more of a suave, functional alcoholic type.
    Bond was already a sensitive pansy with Dalton. With Brosnan he was a Lifetime lady's razor commercial and then with Craig he's a sexless sociopath who beats off late at night to Judy Dench.

    The only believably and enjoyably sexual Bond was "if you give em the open hand it's not domestic violence" Zardoz.

    Give it to Dinklage. The stunts would be amazing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    With Brosnan he was a Lifetime lady's razor commercial and then with Craig he's a sexless sociopath who beats off late at night to Judy Dench.
    This is simultaneously hilarious, horrifying, and accurate.

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    Interesting documentary. Very few questions were asked by the director, it was just a lot of letting the camera roll. It's short, about 100 minutes, but worth a gander.
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