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Quetzalcoatl last won the day on August 23 2022

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  1. I recently bought Gung-Ho on Amazon. I haven’t gotten around to watching it yet. It’s weird because I know I saw this movie, and have clear recollections of it, but I don’t know when or where I saw it. I can usually tell you how old I was when I saw a movie, where I was, etc., but I have no context for when/where I saw this. It’s been bugging me. I’m hoping watching it will jog my memory.
  2. I just got out from seeing it. I haven’t been a big fan of the DCU films, but this was an A+.
  3. I enjoyed it a lot. I've never played DnD, but I read a lot of the Forgotten Realms novels, which was set in the same world, and it was fun seeing that world adapted to the big screen. Really?!? Where? I had no idea.
  4. What I really liked about Keaton's Batman is the whole silent but deadly vibe he had going on. He could be so intimidating without saying a single word. I hope that carries over in his performance in Flashpoint. I hope they don't give him a bunch of witty lines and have him engaging in constant banter with the other heros, like is typical in superhero movies nowadays.
  5. I watched the Burton films about a year ago, and I’m amazed at how well those movies have aged. No one is ever going to top Keaton’s performance as Batman. There was a darkness to his Batman that no other actor has been able to recreate. When I saw Batman 1989 in the theater as a kid, Keaton’s Batman scared the hell out of me. Not the Joker. Batman. I’ve been kind of burnt out on superhero movies lately, but I’m so excited for this movie.
  6. Starting reading Batman comics again. I quite a few years ago because I couldn't stomach Tom King's run. Giving it another go now. Anyone else reading? I had no idea that Alfred's been dead for the past six years. You know what really bugs me about Batman comics nowadays? When I started reading the comics in the early 90s, Batman was all the time saying things like "I work alone!" "I don't need a partner! I don't need anyone!" That's how I was introduced to the character, and it's still weird to see him surrounded by this extensive "Bat Family" that exist in the comics today. There are a bunch of Robins. There's Nighwing, Batwoman, Batgirl. The list goes on and on. Batman feels like a team book now. I miss the solo Batman.
  7. Just thought of another one. Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts.
  8. Found another one! I'm literally just learning that Ellen Barkin isn't Kathy Baker. I always thought the mother from the show Animal Kingdom was the redheaded neighbor from Edward Scissorhands, but no.
  9. When I saw the first POTC film, I spent a good part of the movie thinking that Kiera Knightly was Natalie Portman. There should be a movie where Kiera Knightly plays Natalie Portman’s decoy or something.
  10. Ed Harris and James Caan. For a long time I thought these two were the same person. I still can't keep straight who played in what movie. My memory always wants to put Ed Harris in James Caan's roles and vice versa. Jeff Daniels and Daniel Stern. Don't ask me why I formed an association between these two. Maybe it was just the name similarity. I can correctly identify each actor by name, but again, my mind wants to swap their roles. I constantly have to remind myself that Jeff Daniels wasn't one the burglars in Home Alone, because that's the way I remember it.
  11. I just hope DC doesn't try to do some kind of in-story crisis style reboot like they do in the comics. I want a clean start.
  12. I'm all for a DC movie universe reboot. Aside from the first Wonder Woman film, everything else has been pretty bad. A reboot can only mean an improvement.
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    Holy Shit! I've been waiting on this show for years. I had no idea it was already out until I saw this.
  14. Not sure if this is referring to my older posts, but I certainly wasn't suggesting that we take Yoda as gospel. Like I said, the whole point of ROTJ is that Yoda was wrong. That was the whole payoff.
  15. For me, it's classic Loony Tunes. I'm in my 40's, and I'm just as entertained watching Loony Tunes now as I was when I was a kid in primary school. I recently started collecting these on DVD. I haven't watched these in I don't know how long, but I recently came across a 6-volume DVD set in the video section of Barnes & Noble, and it revived my interest. I have three more volumes to go. Each volume is over 6 hrs long. I'm super excited about it, but I probably won't watch these right away. I plan on saving them for a rainy day.
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