|Dread Pirate Roberts - 2011-08-06 |
Well, looks like McDowell puts in a good performance... as for the story and other actors...
5 for awful evil?
|Sundry - 2011-08-06 |
Say, remember how a few days ago we had "The most camp scene in movie history"?
Not for long. This plays out like a Chasers War On Everything sketch, only without punchlines.
|Riskbreaker - 2011-08-06 |
Just like conservative humor, christian humor is just so painfully visceral.
Did you know that KISS stands for Knights in Satan's Service? And if you play 'Imagine' backwards, it says "Hail Satan", while "Maybe I'm Amazed" backwards is a recipe for a demonic soup made from lentils.
|IrishWhiskey - 2011-08-06 |
That nice young man fighting evil in God's name is being accused of racism and browsing internet porn!
So just remember that whenever those hippie freaks accuse you or those nice Godly Republicans in Congress of racial and sexual hypocrisy, they are really working for the Devil.
|memedumpster - 2011-08-06 |
Christianity would be slightly less flaming retarded if Malcolm McDowell were one of its mythological beasts.
|Xenocide - 2011-08-06 |
Eight TRILLION dollars? Isn't greed a sin? Oh, wait, it's a conservative movie, so greed is the salvation of all mankind.
I like how Satan's lawyers are all IVY LEAGUE ELITES. Yes, people with educations are literally servants of the devil.
thanks to American Christianity, every camel ever born has been stuffed through the eye of every needle ever manufactured
|numb - 2011-08-06 |
|MacGyver Style Bomb - 2011-08-07 |
So this is what the bottom looks like.
|LetsFistAgain - 2011-08-07 |
Looks like we were wrong about Jazz, Metal and Pop. Cheap downloadable Machine Gun and Police Siren sound effects is "the music of hell".
|Toenails - 2011-08-07 |
What bank is willing to guarantee this guy's 8 trillion dollars if he wins?
What country would be stupid enough introduce that amount of cash into it's economy all at once?
Will the Devil have to sell off some real estate to pay the 8 Trillion, plus court costs and attorney fees?
What's the exchange rate of Hell Dollars?
WHO THE FUCK WOULD WANT HELL DOLLARS???
The premise of this movie raises so many ludicrous questions that I cannot believe it is not satire.
Are they actually taking the money from the devil? IE, is this money he had to work for and earn, that he keeps in bank accounts or a sock behind his dresser?
If, instead, he's just effortlessly "magic-ing" the money into existence, then what possible downside does it have for the devil to win or lose this case?
Why even put a monetary value on it? He could magic all of the world's financial crises away.
This is the most insanely stupid thing ever. I don't mean the the most insanely stupid thing that I've ever seen, but that has EVER BEEN.
Also, if this money WAS used for altruistic means, like ending the world's economic problems, wouldn't that make the devil a lot like the SAVIOR OF THE WORLD?
What's to say we don't go crawling back to the devil to sue him the next time we have a major world crisis?
In order to sue the devil, he will have had to establish that the devil's place of legal residence is within the court's geographical jurisdiction. Make of that what you wish. (That's how they usually toss out schizo lawsuits against God/Satan, you need to give an address for the subpoena).
|Caminante Nocturno - 2011-08-07 |
At no point in this trailer does the lead look, sound, or act like he's taking his role seriously.
5 for Satan being defended by the evil and sinister League of Smart People.
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