|chumbucket - 2010-10-11 |
spot on description - but I'll add it's a very dry and brittle bone at that
can't spell Titanic without tit
I worked at a theatre when this was playing and
after every show there was at least 4 people talking overly loud "Am I the only one that thought that was funny?!?"
No, there was around 150 other people who laughed as well but somehow you think you think you're the only one
|freedoom - 2010-10-11 |
The problem is nobody would have ever seen that happen because they would either be asleep by then or have walked out.
|jyrque - 2010-10-11 |
I like the part where he begins to propel.
I wonder if it was CG or if they actually built the prop.
He was blade to rest
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-10-11 |
It's party time.
|FABIO - 2010-10-11 |
Are you SURE you can't think of another BONE throwing scene for bored dates?
I'm pretty sure I can't post that one.
Haha, you sat through a shitty and unbearable movie for sex.
|kingarthur - 2010-10-11 |
Wait, don't tell me how it ends.
|Spoonybard - 2010-10-11 |
I remember Billy Crystal singing about the propeller guy at the oscars
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-10-12 |
And for added geekiness, I was impressed that Cameron and/or his FX people managed to actually get the black levels on the tuxedos and cast shadows to match the background.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, go watch Star Trek the Next Generation and see Picard stand in front of the viewscreen when its' showing space.
I did say "added geekiness."
|MongoMcMichael - 2010-10-12 |
There are luchadors watching this scene's flip rotations and taking notes.
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