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    I guess we'll have to do a "fight-off":

    Which movie in release this weekend is more kick-ass violent: Noah, The Raid 2, or Sabotage?
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    Oh, it's The Raid 2 hands down.

    Seek out the 30 second clip of "Hammer Girl" and the deleted "Gang War" segment on Vimeo and tell me I'm wrong.

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    How can I tell you that you're wrong if I haven't seen any of the three?

    I'm guessing the Raid 2 definitely wins in terms of "quantity" though. SOunds like 150 minutes of straight up-close-and-personal face/body-mangling action.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    The director, the story, the apparent style, and the lead actor, all combine to leave me terribly confused.
    Lol, same.

    There have been a few religious-interest-centered films out and coming out lately and all I know is my more assertively conservative Christian coworkers had one heck of a discussion the other day about "God's Not Dead". I'm no atheist and that conversation still made me want to yell angry things and run away.

    I just am really not into anything that gets people all riled up about belief difference.

    I mean, Noah looks neat, I'd love to see it, but I wish I didn't have to listen to people talk about it IRL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    How can I tell you that you're wrong if I haven't seen any of the three?

    I'm guessing the Raid 2 definitely wins in terms of "quantity" though. SOunds like 150 minutes of straight up-close-and-personal face/body-mangling action.
    Read the reviews and watch the trailers.
    Done and done.

    Noah and Sabotage are instantly forgettable. The reviews for The Raid 2 are among the most enthusiastic I've seen for a film, ever.
    Everybody is saying that Berandal is the action movie to END action movies.

    Nobody gives a shit about the others.

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    Yup, there it is ^^ ... the Duck that I know and love.
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    Just got back. Great visuals as expected.
    WTF? There weren't any stone giants in the Bible.

    Stone giants are too cool to be in the Bible!
    That's why I don't read it. It's why you don't read it.

    Shit's boring. So's the movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poindexter Arachnid View Post
    Just got back. Great visuals as expected.
    WTF? There weren't any stone giants in the Bible.

    Stone giants are too cool to be in the Bible!
    That's why I don't read it. It's why you don't read it.

    Shit's boring. So's the movie.

    I think it was his spin on the Nephilim.
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    I'm not saying the Bible isn't boring, but it is violent and sometimes gory.
    “There are two novels that can change a bookish fourteen-year old’s life: The Lord of the Rings and Atlas Shrugged. One is a childish fantasy that often engenders a lifelong obsession with its unbelievable heroes, leading to an emotionally stunted, socially crippled adulthood, unable to deal with the real world. The other, of course, involves orcs.”
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    i read that last one in the bible about the apocolypse. i think people thought, at least what i heard, that the guy who wrote it was on some sort of drug. or completely insane
    In no likes experiment.

    that is all

    i dunno what else to say so

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