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PostPosted: Thu Nov 10, 2011 6:33 am 
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Goliath wrote
nothing but a lot of:

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I could type out my usual comb-everything-over reply with 2 dozen Quotes but G is intent on doing all that work for me. Instead, I think I might have forgotten something in my Divinity Rules reply:

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I was talking about the post by Lazario you used to start all this.

I guess that makes 2 "paranoid" people on UD "inventing" "conspiracy theories."

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Did you guys know there's a movie about Lazario and Goliath's relationship?

You shouldn't joke about that. People will say we're in love:

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How about both of you (Lazario and Goliath) shut the fuck up before PatrickvD and I come over and fuck you two in the ass like Big Bubba would do, for acting like silly kindergarteners.


Or... or... we just... uh, let em get off with a warning. :lol:

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How about both of you (Lazario and Goliath) shut the fuck up before PatrickDV and I come over and fuck you two in the ass like Big Bubba would do, for acting like silly kindergarteners.

Hmm... I remember you doing the exact same thing with Lazario, going back-and-forth for two or three pages, because Lazario went apeshit, nuclear and ballistic over something negative you said about his favorite movie Sleeping Beauty.

The same way he went raving mad and went jammering on endlessly after I criticized his favorite pop singer Lady Gaga.

The same way he got all angry and upset and launced all kinds of personal attacks when I questioned the revolutionary aspect of his favorite sitcom Roseanne.

The same way he went all paranoid and started a quest to prove how 'evil' I am, using his archive, after I said the mere words "I'm sorry"...

Anybody notice a pattern here? It has something to do with trivial bullshit and over-the-top, outlandish, uncalled for attention-whoring and drama queenerie.

@ Lazario: You want the last word? That'll make you happy and stop you from further ruining Dr. F.'s thread? Be my guest.

I tried to warn you and protect you against yourself by trying to point out how utterly ridiculous, petty and laughable your whole "trap" to "play me" was making you look. Your cringe-worthy essays full of pretentiousness and faked importance about what happened on the forum years ago between some random members have revealed how far gone from reality you are and I tried my best to point it out to you. Of course, in your own paranoid little word, this was further "proof" of my "hidden agenda" to "play" with you and other members. Alas, I did my best. I'm sorry for you. Yes, this sounds condescending, but after having read what you typed in this thread, I think you *need* someone to be condescending to you, otherwise you might never get the message.

So I give you the last word, so you can claim "victory" or write in your archive that you "won" or "trapped" me by "playing me". I hope you're happy and that you will cdelebrate this joyful occasion with a Facebook message with your fellow long-time, well-respected, good, peaceful, decent, wholesome, saint-like forum members.

So, without further ado, here it is: the final word:

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You wouldn't notice a pattern if someone were mapping it out with crayon for you right now.

You wouldn't notice a pattern if it was a truck running over your foot.

You wouldn't notice a pattern if it was going down on you.

You wouldn't notice a pattern if Bob Dylan was singing it.

And, if your words keep saying you don't care, your actions should really follow suit. Don't ya think?

:wave: - for if you really are going to keep 1 of your famous promises (aka: practice what you preach) for once.

Here's a tune for your departure. I know you'll love it:

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Goliath wrote:
The same way he went raving mad and went jammering on endlessly after I criticized his favorite pop singer Lady Gaga.


link to thread? i want to read the hilarious fight.

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I'm gonna need a day on that one. But, I'll hook you up asap.

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Really, Brazil #1?? I didn't even like that movie.

My list:

1. The Godfather
2. East of Eden (Kazan with James Dean - best Dean film by far)
3. North by Northwest
4. Citizen Kane
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Godfather 2
7. Schindler's List
8. To Kill a Mockingbird
9. A Beautiful Mind
10. It's a Wonderful Life

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Rankography wrote:
Really, Brazil #1?? I didn't even like that movie.

My list:

1. The Godfather
2. East of Eden (Kazan with James Dean - best Dean film by far)
3. North by Northwest
4. Citizen Kane
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Godfather 2
7. Schindler's List
8. To Kill a Mockingbird
9. A Beautiful Mind
10. It's a Wonderful Life

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The latter.

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Rankography wrote:
Really, Brazil #1?? I didn't even like that movie.


:roll: Let me explain why Brazil IS absolutely #1. Firstly, it features fantastic cinematography (some of Terry Gilliam's tracking shots are on par with Stanley Kubrick's), great acting (how can you not enjoy De Niro + 1/8 of Monty Python + Bob Hoskins + Jonathan Pryce + Ian Holm?), a hialriously witty script (the core Orwellian style concept is beautiful satire), superb sets and utterly marvellous music - the repeated usage of 'Aquarela do Brasil' is genius, and Michael Kamen's original music for the film is also quite sublime.

I've seen it about 20+ times, yet I spot something new each time; furthermore, each time I enjoy it for different reasons, and it entertains or enlightens me no matter what mood I'm in. Sometimes I enjoy it because of how relatable the protagonist Sam Lowry is; sometimes I enjoy it because every moment is an eye-popping and colourful feast for the eyes; sometimes I enjoy it because of the character of Jack Lint (unequivocally one of cinema's most compelling villains) and Palin's commendable portrayal of the character; and sometimes I enjoy it because of the script, which is devoid of any awkwardness or weakness, instead providing in every single scene immensely quotable dialogue.

You can enjoy it as a romance, you can enjoy it as sci-fi fantasy, you can it as a satire, you can enjoy it as a thriller, and you can enjoy it as a comedy too.

Brazil - Complete and utter unforgettable magnificence, and cinema's greatest movie.

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I've wanted to see Brazil for a very long time. But not only is it not on Netflix: Watch Instant, but I've heard there are multiple versions and they can't really put them (all) up to watch whichever a person might choose.

I'd have to blind-buy the set. Maybe I'll ask for it for Christmas.

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Lazario wrote:
I've wanted to see Brazil for a very long time. But not only is it not on Netflix: Watch Instant, but I've heard there are multiple versions and they can't really put them (all) up to watch whichever a person might choose.

I'd have to blind-buy the set. Maybe I'll ask for it for Christmas.


There's really only two versions: the original version which director Terry Gilliam approved of, and the edited version (with a different ending) which money-loving executive producers approved of. Obviously, the original is more preferable, and not only because it's the original version and the director favoured it, but also because it is about a thousand times superior to the edited version (mostly due to the many differences in the ending).

If I were you, I'd blind-buy the film. The less you know about the plot, the more entertaining it is; however, to entirely enjoy it you'll probably have to watch it at least twice (Roger Ebert watched it twice and still didn't understand everything :lol: ).

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Not in any particular order, but here are a bunch from me, and maybe I'll post more later:

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (well, it's my favorite movie)
The Wizard of Oz
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
An American in Paris
Singing in the Rain
Casablanca
1776
Star Wars
The Empire Strikes Back
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
A Christmas Story
Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein
Bringing Up Baby
Snow White
Cinderella
Beauty and the Beast
The Little Mermaid
The Jungle Book
Pinocchio
Fantasia
Sleepy Hollow
Batman Begins
The Dark Knight
Spider-Man 2
Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
Aladdin
Peter Pan (Disney and 2003 live-action)
Lady and the Tramp
Treasure Island (Disney)
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Pollyanna
The Shaggy Dog
Ghostbusters
National Lampoon's Vacation
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
Pete's Dragon
Up
Wall-E
Toy Story trilogy
Monsters Inc.
The Incredibles
Finding Nemo
A Bug's Life
Ratatouille
An American Werewolf in London
Night of the Living Dead
Back to the Future trilogy
Jurassic Park
Logan's Run
Planet of the Apes saga
the Lord of the Rings films
The Harry Potter films
Anchorman
Elf
Miracle on 34th St. (original)
The Marx Bros. movies
and many more... But I'm out of time for now.

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If you'd like to post your top 20s ranked here I'm putting together a top 50 consensus list.


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It's a shame you all can't get along.
I thought this was about great movies.
Avatar and Dr. Zhivago are 2 of my all time favs.
The long list could go on for days.
For sheer beauty, perhaps Wall-E and Toy Story II
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It's a shame you all can't get along.
I thought this was about great movies.
Avatar and Dr. Zhivago are 2 of my all time favs.
The long list could go on for days.
For sheer beauty, perhaps Wall-E and Toy Story II
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