Discussion in 'Community' started by Rogue_Ten, Dec 8, 2012.
The Lindsay Lohan version of The Parent Trap?
This movie has a more talented cast.
A video game killing, a swimsuit dancing scene and a philosophy about the basic worth of life? I'm stumped.
It sounds like the Greatest Movie Ever Made regardless.
I love how now it looks like it was Rogue_Ten who said that quote.
that best thing about this guy is how obviously intelligent he fancies himself. it drips from every paragraph. like an evangelical ender sai
Video Game Death = Buzz getting blasted by Zurg in Rex's video game.
Philosophy about Life = Woody's dilemma about going back to Andy or the toy museum.
On another board I visit, this guy was going on about how all movies nowadays have too much nudity and sex, and how he can't enjoy anything with his son (12 years old) with it being ruined by gratuitous sex. Then he talks about how they were watching a really good movie, but it was spoiled by a topless scene. The movie in question? The Godfather.
Actually, the animation in Polar Express is kinda creepy.
Did anyone find it funny that the CAP guy even bothered to review South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut? Dude, what did you expect?
(I was hoping to find a review of Schindler's List, but alas, not.)
Can I do one?
Wanton Violence/Crime (W)- Zero out of 100
action violence of varying intensity, frequent
breaking and entering
physical assault with multiple slaps
reckless endangerment with knives, repeatedly
threat with knife and broken bottle
multiple firearms to control
fighting with weapons
multiple assaults on law enforcement personnel
attempted murder by drugs
alright who gave CAP alert a virus? chrome is wiggin' out on every page
is that v for vendetta?
Nope. Here's the next bit:
Impudence/Hate (I) - 31 out of 100
regurgitation in detail
rampant destruction of private property
wielding a knife to intimidate
child being forced up an elephant's anus or vagina
masking of the most foul of the foul words
masked profanity, twice
Ace Ventura 2: Nature Calls
Though wasn't it a rhinoceros?
Good guess, but no.
Here's the rest. I'll do the last three together since there's not much under the last two.
Sexual Immorality (S) - 64 out of 100
reference to performing in the nude
attention to and animated display of human-like posterior, repeatedly
women as toys/ornaments
exaggerated female anatomy (clothed), repeatedly
Drugs/Alcohol (D) - 88 out of 100
use of tranquilizers to control, repeatedly
Offense to God (O) - 92 out of 100
I so want to say "Operation Dumbo Drop" because the thought of Denis Leary shoving the Vietnamese orphan boy into Bo Tat's rectum is just too awesome.
Another good guess. But it's more recent than any of the movies mentioned thus far.
Why is it listed as "anus or vagina?" There was no way to distinguish between the two? Or did you add that to make it more ambiguous, which would suggest their are multiple movies that feature human beings being shoved into pachyderm orifices?
I am not really sure I want to know the answer to all this.
Well now I'm dying to know what movie this could possibly be?
It's an exact quote from the website, so presumably it's difficult to distinguish in the movie.
The movie is, of course, Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted!
It is worth noting that he gives the movie a 0 out of 100 score in the violence category, which is the worst possible score, I think. Yes, Madagascar 3 is as violent as movies get. Here's a quote from the review: It is indeed equivalent to some R-rated films in violence (W) and impudence/hate (I).
Yup, if you're going to let your kid watch Madagascar 3, you might as well cue up Reservoir Dogs and make it a double bill. What is this guy smoking?
He has the devine powah of Jeezus inside him! PRAISE THA LAWD!
You misspelled it.
It's "Jaheezahus". And he's not Jesus. Jaheezahus was Jesus' egocentric Pharisee cousin whom he hated with a passion.
Jaheezahus was all like "Yeah! Stone this bitch!"
And Jesus was like "Dude, are you [f-bomb] INSANE?"
But King James cut that story out.
Because King James was a ****.
Here's a good one:
Wanton Violence/Crime (W)
attempted eating of animal character
threat of violence, repeatedly
coercing to kill
imagery of nazi-esque servitude
physical assault, repeatedly
order to kill
threat to kill
animal attack to kill, repeatedly
trickery to kill
fight to the death
deceit with the young, betrayal, repeatedly
adolescent lie to mother
sneaking to defy parents
song of freedom from accountability
defiance of parental authority endangering one's own health and the health of another
lies, repeatedly, especially to deflect accountability and to falsely place guilt
violence during protective actions
"It's to die for"
coaching to run away
gross-out humor: eating insects
"You don't deserve to live"
Sexual Immorality (S)
Homosexual suggestion by "Want me to dress in drag?"
The Lion King?
Yeah it has to be that.