Discussion in 'Community' started by Rogue_Ten, Dec 8, 2012.
Got it in one! (Seriously though, he gave that kind of review to the freaking Lion King?)
One can only imagine what he thinks of Hamlet, or just how much sexual innuendo flies straight over his head.
heh heh, "head"
I'm going to have to give this post a very low ranking on the Sexual Immorality scale.
heh heh, "sexual"
Wonder what his views are on The Passion of the Christ?
Here you go. He said it's too violent for kids.
I'm more amused about his review of Pinocchio. Seriously, Pinocchio?
Oh, here's a fun one!
Wanton Violence/Crime (W):
butcher knife as solo object in lead-in
threats to kill, one with perversion
expression of killing being a drug with addictive properties
human head in refrigerator
toying with knives while talking to date
holding nailgun to date's head, threatening murder
two bloody bodies hanging in closet
yanking sheets off exposing bloody face (cannibalism)
chasing prostitute (while chaser is nude) with a chain saw
confession of murders to lawyer
notepad drawings of extreme bizarre imagery: perversion, vulgarity, murder, blood, nudity, rape, dismemberment, cannibalism, more
american psycho. too easy
Love that movie. It's so gross.
Great contribution after 18 months
Since this thread was up, I decided to look up a documentary I just finished rewatching. This was definitely the choice category:
There are numerous scenes in this film which will be frightening and/or upsetting for some viewers. The scenes described in the "Violence & Gore" section are intense and may be disturbing to some viewers.
There are numerous scenes which depict church burnings. Some viewers will find this upsetting.
In addition, there are several lengthy interview scenes in which a character describes, in detail, the events which led to him murdering another man. He describes the events and violent actions taken with a visible lack of remorse, and also makes several statements relating to his ongoing involvement in white power movements. This may be upsetting to some viewers.
Some of the background music is black metal, an intense and deliberately abrasive style of extreme metal. Some viewers may find this uncomfortable or upsetting.
The documentary in question? Until the Light Takes Us.
This was the first thread I followed. I have no idea why. I'm getting nostalgic now.
Sorry, I just found the thread and this jumped out at me. What is this person thinking?!!
Yes, I've seen all five "Twilight" films and actually like them, but this guy is nuts to say this.
I'm a glutton for punishment apparently: Here's his review for Madagascar 3:
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
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
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
What? No mention of the kid sitting next to Frost on the airplane?
No warning for folks who are particular about the pronunciation of crispy, either.
Crispy Corn Flakes are the way to go. I can agree with Varg on that topic, at least.
I would have liked to have been in the room with a video camera when that guy watched 25 minutes of The Birdcage. His poor little homophobic heart got quite the shock.
I think hot ash just rained down from the sky or something.
ETA: And daaaaaaammmmmmnnnn...
Directly from Satan himself...Brokeback Mountain
Well isn't that special.
Man this is like reading VLM's Derp thread.
"Robin Williams, the voice of Genie in Aladdin who said "I love you too, Al" and acting with children in Jumanji was right there on the screen kissing on other men!"
The horror... the horror...
Oh, man, this was a great thread.
So... the documentary, with a title lifted from the Burzum album Hvis lyset tar oss and detailing the black metal scene in Norway in the 90s... might have scenes of church burnings (yay), descriptions of a murder, and a black metal soundtrack?
I am glad I know this now.
EDIT: I can't remember if they show Death's suicide picture that Euronymous took, or not?
Yeah they show it for a few seconds.
Good ol' Dawn of the Black Hearts. In fairness, they mentioned that in the "violence" category.