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Post by Ewen Brown » Fri Apr 23, 2004 1:16 pm

KC wrote:Keep JLH/AL out of this thread... at least Gogo suffers from no artificial / physical / mental complexes :)
...that you know of

and it's relevant as it demonstrates your lack of good taste
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Post by Pandaman » Thu Apr 29, 2004 8:14 pm

I just saw the sequel!


And I liked it, it was different from the first, but still very interesting. Though there was one thing that really bugged me...


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How the hell did she escape that grave!? Making a fist-sized hole through the coffin is one thing, but...[/spoiler]
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Post by Spider » Thu Apr 29, 2004 8:57 pm

Pandaman wrote:I just saw the sequel!
Yeah, me to! It was very good, although vol. 2 doesn't stand on it's own as well as vol 1 did. It's more dialogue, more plot and not as stylish, but in all fairness it should be viewed as one movie, not two. And as one movie it's really great. It is definitely more than the sum of it's parts.

As for what bugged you:

[spoiler]If one can make a fist-sized whole one can make a bigger whole. But your hands in the whole and bend. Then you just have to dig which isn't that hard since the soil hasn't settled yet and is pretty loose. It's like digging through sand at that point.[/spoiler]
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Post by Pandaman » Thu Apr 29, 2004 9:05 pm

[spoiler]But wouldn't all the dirt fall down and bury you before you got to make the bigger hole? Wood isn't something that you can just rip off![/spoiler]
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Post by Spider » Sat May 01, 2004 3:22 am

Pandaman wrote:[spoiler]But wouldn't all the dirt fall down and bury you before you got to make the bigger hole? Wood isn't something that you can just rip off![/spoiler]
[spoiler]You would be buried in durt, but the dirt wouldn't be settled so it'd be very loose. I think you'd be able to dig through it if you're determined enough. Haven't tried it though...[/spoiler]
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Post by Pandaman » Sat May 01, 2004 9:17 am

Spider wrote:
Pandaman wrote:[spoiler]But wouldn't all the dirt fall down and bury you before you got to make the bigger hole? Wood isn't something that you can just rip off![/spoiler]
[spoiler]You would be buried in durt, but the dirt wouldn't be settled so it'd be very loose. I think you'd be able to dig through it if you're determined enough. Haven't tried it though...[/spoiler]

Well, Sweden isn't far way...

I guess it would be possible, it just seemed highly unlikely at the time, but the way she walked to the coffeshop afterwards was quite funny.
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Post by Katsujinken » Sat May 01, 2004 9:53 am

I haven't seen vol (3-1) yet but i loved vol (3-2). :wink:

Uma reminds me of my kensai in BG2:Tob :D
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Post by Spider » Sat May 01, 2004 11:28 am

Pandaman wrote:Well, Sweden isn't far way...

I guess it would be possible, it just seemed highly unlikely at the time, but the way she walked to the coffeshop afterwards was quite funny.
I can go for highly unlikely. Then again, realism was never a major part of Kill Bill, so even if it is impossible it was certainly falvorful.
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Post by Pandaman » Sat May 01, 2004 11:43 am

Spider wrote: I can go for highly unlikely. Then again, realism was never a major part of Kill Bill, so even if it is impossible it was certainly falvorful.
More so in vol. 1 than 2, vol. 2 was felt quite real, I guess that's why I found the scene a little unbelieveable.

Anyway, Pai Mei rocked!
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Post by Lord Tingeling » Wed May 05, 2004 1:51 pm

After seeing vol.1, all I can say is "damn you, Uma!"

Killing my fav like that. Very bad sport. :evil:



Oh, and I'd give anything for that Katana Lucy was packing.
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Post by Pandaman » Wed May 05, 2004 2:40 pm

Lord Tingeling wrote:
Oh, and I'd give anything for that Katana Lucy was packing.

Don't you mean Kantana?


Sorry, but it's Ozzi's birthday.
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Post by Lord Tingeling » Wed May 05, 2004 3:35 pm

Of course I don't! It had flowers on it.

Flowers = no kantana.
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Post by Ewen Brown » Tue Jun 08, 2004 8:36 pm

finally got around to seeing kill bill 2, i have but 3 words

just fucking brilliant
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Post by Magnus » Wed Jun 09, 2004 12:02 am

Yeah, it was. But Bill sure was a wordy motherfucker, wasn't he?
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Post by Pandaman » Wed Jun 09, 2004 9:09 am

"I overreacted"



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