Discussion in 'Star Wars TV' started by G-FETT, Jul 1, 2007.
Necro some old threads and bitch at people for posts six months old like you are wont to do.
Off to see Cloud Atlas tonight, should be interesting to say the least.
In the event of the inevitable zombie apocalypse, while the rest of us are running for our lives from the hordes of human undead, Zandalore will be running from hordes of undead posts.
Argh I wanted to see that movie and missed it! It's still playing in the UK?
I wanted to see that too. BC, you and I should totally fly to the UK and watch it.
Let us do it RIGHT NOW. I'll go get my magic helicarrier and we'll make a date of it.
You will only be running because you slacked on your zombie plan.
As long as I get a window seat and in-flight movie, BC. I could marathon all the previous films of the Wachowski siblings to get pumped. Or Run Lola Run, 'cause that film is badass.
Seriously, what a great combination for a creative team. The siblings who made the Matrix and the guy who made Run Lola Run? Cloud Atlas can't be bad or boring.
That had to be the best Game of Thrones episode to date. I mean, ****!
Yeah, they seem to play movies from a few months ago at Odeon, such as Skyfall and this. It was quite busy, too.
Damn, I can't watch but I know what happens.
**** you and your awesome music, John Williams.
My choir is singing "Duel of the Fates"
WHY MUST THERE BE SO MANY PAAAAAAARTS! It is also discouraging to be compared to the 100+ choir in the actual piece to our 35 student singers...
KORAAAAAH, MAHTAHHHH, KORAAAAAAH, RAHTAHMAAAAAAAAAAAAH.
Corn ooooooon, the coooooob! CORN OOOOOOON, THE KABOB!
@Coric I sure hope you mean the "Awesome" version.
All hail Stormborn. Best eppy of the year.
Yes! TCW episode guide will be out soon, but I wonder how long it will take to make it's way to New Zealand...
Really cool. Hopefully this episode guide will give us some new stuff to talk about.
Well, FWIW, on the Wook it says that "This definitive guide presents the correct chronological order of the Clone Wars episodes for the first time." That should settle any discrepancies on the timeline thread here once and for all.
Also, on the DK website there are previews of some of the pages on the guide (I put spoiler tags even though these aren't spoilers so that this page won't load slowly for those with slower machines):
Previews (Move your mouse to reveal the content)
Other some some random pieces of trivia there doesn't seem to be much of anything new to really look forward to though. We'll have to wait till June 3 when it's released anyhow.
I figured we could get some mileage out of nitpicking the episode guide. I wasn't expecting much new info to come out of it. We'll certainly see. SWW will be about that time and with any luck we'll get a bone thrown at us to chew on then.
Guys I'm starting to get good at PC controls, this is worth posting.
Just completed second Bronze solo in ME3 multiplayer.
Not gonna lie, disappointed as hell with that preview.
Man, I almost can't watch Deadliest Catch when Elliot comes on screen...
It's been ages since I've seen that show. Are any of the original crews still with the show?
Time Bandit and Northwestern are still on the show and the Wizard is a long running. I kinda like Wild Bill and think his boats, the Kodiak and now the Cape Caution are interesting editions. There are normally two extra boats but last couple of years the show has followed the Seabrook and Elliot's failboats.
Saw Cloud Atlas, and I enjoyed it. However, I can easily see why many critics tore it apart. It is long, and only if you've read the book could you fully appreciate the film (imo), and that's disastrous.
Furthermore, I'm now in Edinburgh. From what I've seen so far it's a beautiful city; Gothic buildings everywhere, and my hostel has great views of the city's castle.
I've never been to Scotland; that's one of the places on my list of places I want to see before I die.
Seconded! The geology there is crazy. I've particularly wanted to see the Herbides and Fingal's Cave:
(It's also a cool old song )
Ah, the beauty of nature's work is unsurpassed. However, I think I really would like to see some of the more unnatural subterranean formations, like the ossuary beneath Paris: