Discussion in 'Community' started by Sith-Lord-Gunray, Nov 25, 2012.
Also, Glinda the Good Witch in Oz.
LOL, luckily I was 17 when I saw the film, although I agree, that scene was creepy. I'm not sure which I found more creepy though, her inital entrance or her seduction of Data.
How the hell is Glinda a villian?
This thread needs more villain deaths.
And of course....Disney Villains.
I always thought Frollo's death in The Hunchback of Notre Dam was beautifully nightmarish and poetic. He literally falls and burns in Hell. Oh and that gargoyle that he holds on for dear life...
Well given that the gargoyle he's straddling on his ride to glory could be construed as a giant phallus....
I myself am more of a fan of Clayton's often-overlooked death from Tarzan. It's actually a little bit more gruesome, as you actually see the shadow of his body swinging when the lightning flashes. Perhaps as a nod to another Disney character?
without a doub this is the best Starscream
"Such a waste! You really have no ambition beyond serving Aquaman? Aren't schools of others willing to die for their king?"
He was pretty good in the first movie.....
"So, you know my name. Good, because I know everything about you. Your darkest secret, your ultimate weakness. I know you are...Bruce Wayne."
I guess you think I'm kickin' you, Bob. Well, I ain't.
Must. Must. Must.
Go ahead. I just don't give a damn.
I'll send you a love letter straight from my heart, ******. You know what a love letter is. It's a bullet from a ******* gun, ******. You receive a love letter from me, you're ****** forever. You understand, ****? I'll send you straight to hell, ******.
I love James Mason's Rupert of Hentzau.
And yes, I do favour his interpretation of that of Douglas Fairbanks Jr. So deal with it.
The man with a thousand deaths.
1. She stole the Ruby Slippers from the dead witch and put them on Dorothy via a wave of the wand. When the rightful owner of the slippers shows up to claim them (the Wicked Witch of the West is the stated sister and apparently sole heir), Glinda added insult to injury by casting a charm on them so that they could only be removed if Dorothy dies.
2. She sends Dorothy on a perilous journey to the Wizard which nearly gets the child killed, apparently all for ****s and giggles because she has the ruby slippers and can go back to Kansas at any time. Actually it's even worse because....
3. It's not ****s and giggles at all. Dorothy has just become an unwitting assassin. A soldier in a war being waged against the Witch of the West by a pretty witch and a bum "wizard" who doesn't even know how his hot air balloon works.
Which reminds me....
How is it that Professor Marvel, aka "Oz the Great and Powerful" can build a giant fire-powered hologram machine.....
yet he can't figure out how a hot air balloon works?
And...also....if a witch can be killed by impact....and the Munchkin guards had guns....
Why didn't THIS happen?
Wow, someone else who hates the Wizard of Oz. Hello, brother.
I dislike that movie too. Nowhere near as good as any of the other classics that came out during that period.
I don't dislike the Wizard of Oz, per se....I just like to have fun with all of the plot holes.
They never explain what will happen to poor Toto since that one woman wanted to eat it or something at the begining of the movie.
I can't get started on all the reasons I hate the dang movie. It'll totally derail this thread. But I will just say that the Cowardly Lion is probably the single most annoying movie character in cinematic history. Yes, more annoying than Chris Tucker in The Fifth Element. Way more annoying than Jar Jar Binks. I just want to shoot myself every minute he's speaking. God, that King of the Forest number. What sane person could enjoy that?