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  1. Thread: Breaking Bad

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    Re: Breaking Bad

    His impersonation of Gilligan is spot on.
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    I think going with the next episode title we might see the end of Jesse Pinkman. I expect him to kick the bucket in a gun-duel with Walt because the next episode title says "Rabid Dog" which...
  3. Thread: Breaking Bad

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    This episode was insane! Man things are heating up!

    This episode has me anticipating for the next episode so much!
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    Sticky: Re: DC Movies Thread - not brought to you by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett

    Patton Oswalt for humpty dumpty or penquin.
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    Ben Affleck already hitting the gym for the role.





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    I still can't see Ben Affleck in the role, but that might be an advantage.
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    Re: Your goals in life.

    To save the world...from something.
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    Sticky: Re: DC Movies Thread - not brought to you by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett

    My dad is hardcore DC fan, who has access to a shitload of comics, he lent to them to me, among them were quite a few Wondy stuff. Among that bunch that I did read, I only liked one or two stories...
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    As much as I could continue thus, prolonging arguments isn't something I care to do.

    We gonna have to agree to disagree. With my experience with the character, she just isn't fillmable as...
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    Thor is an easier character to sell then Wondy who has a clusterfuck of a history.

    I really don't see why there's a need for a film with her in the first place. She isn't much of a character. I...
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    Sticky: Re: DC Movies Thread - not brought to you by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett

    If a Wonder Woman movie ever gets made, they definitely need to list flying as one of the "have not's" in the film along with invisibility jets.

    No offense to Wondy fans(if there are any on this...
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    The two Bat-actors converse.

    http://i.imgur.com/Rr7YLZo.jpg
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    Yeah, the reason why TDKR is so well received is because it was such a stark departure from the campy, Adam west Batman and actually some of the comics at the time(though Neil Adams did darken...
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    SACRILEGE! What's wrong with prostitute catwoman, and Batman being a hardened Clint eastwood esque sociopath? AND LIPSTICK JOKER.

    At least it's better then its follow-up at least.
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    Continiuing on with the Adams as Lois Lane discussion

    I thought Adams was pretty good. She's no Dana Delany or Stana Kutic but I thought she did fine. Lois, I feel is supposed to project a ...
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2z3GJiZqDCI
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    He'd make a mean Penquin, I tell's ya' what.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=4EwfoOB30lI

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    From the article I posted.



    Jesus christ, some of these guys need to get a life. They have way too much free time on their hands.

    I nearly laughed my self to tears. The Internet never...
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    Micheal Keaton Deja Vu': Many Petitions call for Ben Affleck to drop out of the role of Batman.

    Shit, gettin' real.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3zJxF-0N3Y
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    Sticky: Re: DC Movies Thread - not brought to you by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett

    Bale's goofy Bat-voice isn't really him. In his actual Bat-voice he really speaks with a whisper, it's only when Nolan in pre-production dials up it to become that gruff, deep, razor throat...
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    Ugh, yes she is. Maybe complicated isn't the right word. She's trickier to to nail, in contrast to the her more popular former comic mates. Anywho, just get Katheyrn Bigelow on this thing and...
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    It's not that DC is really scared of doing a Wonder Woman flick, it's just that she's a hard character to crack and put on screen. Batman, Superman and Flash are relatively simple characters at...
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    Ben Affleck is technically the first actor to play both Superman and Batman.

    http://dvdmedia.ign.com/dvd/image/article/761/761984/hollywoodland-20070206032918508-000.jpg

    From the film...
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    Sticky: Re: Superman: The Man of Steel

    Ben Affleck better bulk up, and I know that since he's being directed by Snyder he will. I hope for the costume they go with something akin to the new 52( minus the white eyes, since the live action...
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    True, but still they are the same kind of roles. Again, Cranston would just be playing a eviler, less sympathetic businessman version of Walt minus the moustache.

    Corey Stoll is a better pick....
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    Sticky: Re: Superman: The Man of Steel

    Cranston is too perfect for Gordon to be Lex, and let's not forget he's already played a bald bad guy in Breaking Bad.

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    That would be the ideal way to go...
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    Sticky: Re: Superman: The Man of Steel

    Ben Affleck is a good actor if you have a good director along, he isn't great. But I don't know if he can portray the cynical hardened, Miller Batman. Would have gone with Richard Armitage. Oh...
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    Snyder says they will be inspired by Miller's Batman in TDKR so expect the crazy sociopathic A-hole Batman to be emulated.
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    I'm through arguing with you, It's a waste.

    However Affleck is a really great director, can't say much for his acting. I would like to see him direct this film.
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