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LAN.gnome

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« Reply #40 on: 10-27-2003 01:50 »

 
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Originally posted by SlaytanicMaggot:
wait, i don't get it. was that a joke, or a comment?


Mine would be a joke.

See, this is why we need sarcasm tags, people.
Gleno

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« Reply #41 on: 10-27-2003 12:08 »

Nitpickers.com is the place to go....Check out LOTR....man some of these people have to much time on their hands.... no no
TheMadCapper

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« Reply #42 on: 03-19-2012 16:50 »

I rewatched I am Legend recently. It provided me with opportunity to verify an observation I made the first time I watched it:

Will Smith's character didn't need to die. It was pointless suicide. The grenade wasn't made more powerful by being in his hand or anything. It would still have cleared the room if he was safely in the coal chute.
Gopher

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« Reply #43 on: 03-19-2012 17:17 »

somebody told me he's getting divorced. I don't know if this is true, nor do I know why anyone outside his family would care either way, but thought I'd share it anyway, since apparently other people find that sort of thing interesting.

Know what would be more fun than a celebrity death pool? A celebrity divorce pool. Might have to do a round a month instead of a round a year, since almost no celebrity marriages last an entire year.
DannyJC13

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« Reply #44 on: 03-19-2012 22:19 »

Will Smith's character didn't need to die. It was pointless suicide. The grenade wasn't made more powerful by being in his hand or anything. It would still have cleared the room if he was safely in the coal chute.

I think it's because his character has nothing left to live for. He completed his mission (making a cure) therefore saved humanity, but he lost his dog and all of his family. He'd done his duty, he didn't feel like he was needed anymore. He wanted to be with his family again.
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« Reply #45 on: 03-20-2012 00:14 »

Noble sacrifice is one thing. I can get behind the guy who jumps on a grenade to save his buddies, or stays behind to manually operate the self-destruct sequence. What he did though, was just commit suicide for suicide's sake.

In addition he doesn't know that he's actually made a permanent cure. The test subject looks better, sure. That doesn't necessarily mean anything. He also doesn't know whether anyone else in the world has the knowledge or facilities to use and reproduce the cure, even if they're given a sample.
JoshTheater

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« Reply #46 on: 03-20-2012 04:04 »
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Maybe he figured that whether the cure he created worked or not, he didn't want to live anymore. I mean, at that point with his lab overrun was he really going to try again to create a cure if it didn't work? He'd probably just choose to give up anyway.

I'm not quite sure why you can't get behind the just not wanting to live anymore in a post-apocalyptic world explanation, but whatever. That said...it's still not a very good movie.
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« Reply #47 on: 03-20-2012 04:27 »

I get the argument that his entire life has been ruined and everything that mattered to him has been taken away. It's just shitty that he decides to off himself for no gain, right when he's on the cusp of finally saving the world.
Meerkat54

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« Reply #48 on: 08-17-2013 01:45 »

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UnrealLegend

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« Reply #49 on: 08-17-2013 03:09 »

Here is something you all can't deny.
 Gandalf's sword, Glamdring should've been glowing a blue, when orcs are close by, like Frodo's sword.

BAM!!!!

This is something that never occurred to me until the Lego LOTR game in which Glamdring does glow.

Also, Thorin's sword in The Hobbit doesn't glow either. I suppose they may have wanted Sting to be more unique, which is fine.
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« Reply #50 on: 08-28-2013 15:39 »

In the Titanic towards the end, Rose jumps off the lifeboat to go back to Jack, Jack then meets down on the first or second level of the boat and quote on quote says,
"Oh Rose, your so stupid," Then they make out passionately.

I know why he said it, but it was so random. smile
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