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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Chris, Dec 31, 2013.
The Dark Knight
"How Do You Shoot The Devil In The Back?"
Usual Suspects. The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn't exist.
"I bet your parents taught you that you mean something, that you're here for a reason!
My parents taught me a different lesson, dying in the gutter for no reason at all... They taught me the world only makes sense if you force it to..."
Batman V. Superman
GOD? GOD is a kid with an ant farm.....
"Now they will know why they are afraid of the dark. Now they learn why they fear the night..."
Same movie as this great quote: "To crush your enemies -- See them driven before you, and to hear the lamentation of their women!" Nobody says it better than Arnold.
Well that was quick...
Conan the Barbarian and Conan the Destroyer stick in my mind as 2 of the worst-acted movies ever made. I mean, Wilt Chamberlain, as an actor? Come on, man! Then Arnold goes and makes the Terminator series and greatly redeems himself.
The original Conan was a great flick.
They actually dumbed it down for Destroyer ( as well as PG'd it) and it was trash.
I really liked the Jason Momoa remake. Didn't want to, but I did...
My old man took me to see Conan in the theater for my 14th birthday.
I don't know who liked it more.
Even now almost 40 years later I can still quote most of the movie.
Great guy to work with, shot Soldier with a broken ankle. Funny story about him coming out of the water with the minigun. Kid that set it up, set it to "factory" specs. It literally pushed Kurt back into the water. They reversed the footage. The minigun was reset to run at 3000rpm which was about as fast as you could run it, even with blanks and have it still "workable" for the actors.
Running power cables through their cloths was interesting.
He literally saved Tombstone by directing a lot of it.
I love Kurt Russel.
Frankly, I've said for years that Soldier was a very underrated movie...
He didn't have many lines in it, but the level of emotion he could convey in just his eyes was outstanding.
Kurt can do more with simple expression than most actors can do with 10 minutes of dialog.
"Why, you're no daisy at all..."
Val Kilmer was a force of nature!