Discussion in 'Community' started by JediOverlord, Dec 28, 2007.
Now somebody has to do the parody video with We"re Gonna Need a Montage.
Do you get the sense that when they're not fighting crime, they're all busy screwing each other?
IS THIS NECESSARY
No not really....
I was quoting from the video that I posted. Should've put the quote at the bottom of the video.
I took your comment as "Is this video necessary?" I thought you were trying to be a smartass.
I'm only a smartass 99% of the time.
In the middle of a summer 10-season Smallville marathon- the later seasons are questionable at best, but this was an excellent scene from the rather average finale, when JK and MK reunite with Clark. John Schneider never got his due credit, I thought- really a strong character.
Edit- for context, Jonathan Kent died in the middle of season 5.
That looks incredible,
@Life. Can't wait to sit down and watch this weekend- thank you for posting.
I especially liked the perspective offered by the top-commenter underneath the video:
"The charge that Routh is a cheap imitator of Reeve has never been fair. He was a much quieter, lonelier interpretation of the character. I actually kind of prefer his version of Clark Kent. Where Reeve's "bumbling" Kent would always smile to the camera as if to reassure the audience that it was all just an act, Routh's Kent seemed authentically awkward in his interactions with Lois. He's real -- not just a god pretending to be human. I like the idea that a genuinely meek man can be super."
The final pick from Smallville is a good choice for the number one spot. One of the most heartfelt and honest moments of dialogue portrayed by live-action Clarks. But the best part of this video for me is the funny self-referential moment from Lois & Clark that begins at 6:38. The first time I saw that, it was hilarious, and I believe another poster here referenced it as well a while ago in a different thread.
Yeah, I referenced it awhile ago in the Superman thread when the topic of Lois being blind to Clark being Superman. Like I said, I like that revelation scene out of both the live - action/cartoon/comic reveals because Lois reveals that she already figured it out, and she's not initially forgiving at being played the fool.
Since we're on Smallville, the final showdown between Clark and Lex. Also a good moment for the show.
Not a monumental observation, but funny nonetheless :
The original Hannibal Lecter
So much fun.
I should find the one that's along these lines, but is the Star Wars Cantina song done on two pianos.