RelaxImaPro

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  1. Deadpool

    Damn, this movie has already made over $133+ million... on a $50 million budget... and that's just domestic revenue and Sunday showings haven't even started yet. Lol Fox.  You're raking in the profits right now but it's gotta be hella bittersweet.  Put this thing on ice for years and years until that test footage got leaked a few years back, then felt obligated to finally greenlight the movie due to enormous demand from the internet - on a very limited budget - and completely ruined the character the first go around in the Wolverine movie... so much so that you had to completely destroy that entire timeline because you fuged poo up so bad. Ryan Reynolds, the writers and director have to be laughing their asses off right about now.  Reynolds especially.  Dude has been begging for them to let this movie happen for like 10 years now.
  2. Deadpool

    Welp, someone apparently missed the entire point of that post.  Like entirely.
  3. Deadpool

    I read an article earlier today saying that it could potentially hit $100+ million opening weekend... completely smashing expectations.  Not bad for a film on a $50 million budget that the higher ups thought would be a bust.
  4. Deadpool

    Just got back from it.  Lol holy poo it was fuging awesome. Easily top 3 comic book movie of all time for me.  Damn they fuging killed it. Go watch this movie.  Seriously. Don't wait for a quality copy online and bootleg it.  This movie deserves money to send a message to the big wig corporate types... this poo has been stuck in development hell forever because Fox thought it would completely bomb for the longest time. Funny what happens when you get out the way and let people actually make the movie they want to make and not intervene and do stupid poo like turning Deadpool into a Baraka rip off while sealing his fuging mouth shut.
  5. Deadpool

    Been hearin a bunch of great poo about this movie... been pumped for it for a while Bout to go see it tomorrow.  I know it was pretty low budget for a super hero movie... only like a $50 million budget or so.  Hopefully everyone gets out and supports it in theatres to let the studios know these types of true-to-the-source rated R movies can, in fact, be successful.
  6. How Thomas Davis is protecting his arm

    TD is like one of those badass super manly warriors you see in those old greek mythology era stories and movies.  Except a football player.
  7. Broncos plan to test Thomas Davis "extensively"

    Have you?  Because he's not even wearing a cast, he's wearing a brace. It's that plus a layer of protective foam covering it to absorb the shock from hits.  That brace isn't going to interfere with his arm's range of motion.
  8. I don't know why episode I gets so much grief compared to the others... it was a hell of a lot better than episode II.  That one was the real turd of the prequels. Episode I had by far the least amount of CGI, and thus actually looks somewhat realistic... it doesn't have the completely unbelievably overacted scenes like Palpatine in episode III or Count Dooku in the others.  It doesn't have Hayden's wooden acting or the cheesy ridiculous "romance" moments and ensuing dialogue of episode II and III.  It doesn't have as much of the boring political talk as episode II.  It had Darth Maul, one of the coolest things about the prequels... Qui-Gon Jinn, another one of the redeeming qualities of the prequels, and the pod race and Darth Maul vs Obi-Wan/Qui-Gon... two of the best scenes in all of the prequels... and the Duel of Fates soundtrack, one of the best soundtracks period in all of Star Wars. It just seems like that one has become the "cool" one to hate, when really the only really bad things about it was a bit too much Jar Jar, the actor that played kid Anakin (which wasn't that bad... he's just a kid), and the midichlorians thing.  Hell it's probably, from a straight up movie standpoint, the overall best and most 'Star Wars-y' of the prequels aside from the last 1/3 of Revenge of the Sith.
  9. They weren't as terrible as some people make them out to be... nor did I even call them bad, I just said they weren't near as good as the original trilogy.  I mean it's your opinion, and everyone has one, but I'd be hard-pressed to find anything "great" about the prequels aside from a few scenes here and there and the music. I also wasn't as crazy about the new one as everyone else.  Either way, that's not what my post was about... I was just telling the story behind that Han Solo line for people who didn't know.
  10. Did you know Harrison Ford went off script and ad libbed that part?  The original line was just the generic "I love you"  "I love you too", then he gets frozen in carbonite.  Ford was like "nah fug that, that's not Han Solo... that's cheesy as hell".  Lucas told him that's the way it was, then Ford proceeded to rebel and surprise everyone with the "I know" line during filming.  Pissed George Lucas off at first but he eventually gave in once everyone on set agreed it was much better. Things like that are a huge reason why the prequels weren't anywhere near as good.  George Lucas had complete authority over everything and no one dared challenge his word or offer constructive criticism to his vision in order to improve things.  He'd become something of an egomaniac after all the success of the OT.
  11. Cam Defenders

    fug you
  12. If it was Drew Brees, or hell, even Jameis Winston saying it I'd care.  Matt Ryan is like the human equivalent of watching paint dry.  No one cares about Matt Ryan.  He's mediocre as hell and boring as poo to boot.  The dude ends up with some of the most inflated stat lines I've ever seen from a quarterback that doesn't come anywhere close to matching the eye test.  If not for that he'd be one of the most irrelevant players in the league.
  13. Such A Tease...

    KB is so fuging huge... mother fuger looks like he grew even taller over the course of this season Charles Tillman isn't a small dude
  14. We finally beat that SOB

    Maybe I'm drawing a blank... but this is the first time I can remember us beating LeBron in like... ever. Lin, MKG and Big Frank looked great out there tonight