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    Besides, Mr. and Mrs. Smith is like one of my favourite films. D:

    It has a certain amount of romantic significance for me. Think of it this way – I have no idea how it ends because I was too busy contemplating how tingly my lips were…

    (man, all my favorite movie people are turning out to be Christian Bale! First Laurie, now Demetrius…)

    Exactly. Only it’s first Thomas, then Laurie…

    Gotta love Alan Tudyk

    Yes, you gotta. :) Love, love, love!

    • CommentTimeOct 10th 2009

    I love Evanna Lynch. :D


    And, in comments that are bound to stun fans of Richard Pattinson

    Um, isn’t it Robert?

    Anyway, just another reason to like Evanna. =)

    • CommentTimeOct 12th 2009 edited

    “They are good books but I don’t think they are as fantastic as ‘Harry Potter,’” she said. “I don’t think they are that good, and for a time I was a bit, like, anti-‘Twilight.’ Everyone said it was the new ‘Harry Potter’ and I don’t agree.”

    I love her. I already did because she was Luna, but… <3

    EDIT: I couldn’t resist.


    She is awesome. I love her voice, how it just sounds perfect for Luna.


    Chris Sims of the ISB has a handy meter for vampires:

    I think the bottom 3 are debatable, but there is no question they are the bottom 3.


    I see that Count Von Count is high up on that meter. I totally approve. ;)


    ‘This Guy’ looks terribly undernourished, poor thing i laugh at his misery we should donate blood for him just kidding i’m serious i’m really not
    Anyone have the number of the Belmont residence or Julius’ cell number?

    Am i overdoing the strikeouts?


    Ya think, maybe? No, of course not!


    Count Von Count!


    I’m not even sure who the other two “vampires” are that are in the bottom 3.


    Blacula should be #1. No question.


    Blacula – while awesome, cannot top the original.

    Because without Dracula, there would be no Blacula.


    Yes! Dracula ftw!
    Also, Alucard (any1) should’ve made the list… or maybe he isn’t included because he’s Drac’s son… or maybe cause in some stories he’s 1/2 human… or maybe they got scared he’d destroy the other competitors… or maybe because his name is already on the list albeit backwards >__<
    My mind reels
    Strikeouts FTW


    Blacula would’ve found a way.


    Because without Dracula, there would be no Blacula.

    But without Blacula, there would be no this:

    So, it’s debatable.


    I am ignorant and naive. Who is that, Smartalien?

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    It’s a semi-shirtless guy with long locks and pecs. What more could you want?



    No, Takz, it’s a post that was meant to go in the Perv Patch. I think. I don’t go there, so I’m just guessing.


    It’s Gerard Butler as Dracula.

    That doesn’t remind me of anything.


    That doesn’t even LOOK like Gerard Butler.

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    SMAQT, that second link didn’t work. It redirected to the main host site.

    Whoever developed the technology to prevent hotlinking deserved to be… smaqt upside the head.

    :D ?


    I see what you did there.


    That doesn’t even LOOK like Gerard Butler.

    Seconded. Here’s a much better picture of him:

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    SQUEEE, Gerard Butler.


    I still like him best as

    Primarily because… even though I’m a guy… i….
    Damn… again…


    ...He’s got multiple arrows spouting out of him!

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    And yet he’s still alive. He survives purely by being awesome.

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    No weapon can penetrate the shield of his manliness.

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    And despite the multiple arrows, he’s still SQUEEE-worthy. Now that is some serious talent!


    His mouth is so wide open I can see one of his fillings. XD

    • CommentTimeOct 31st 2009

    Screw historical accuracy, THIS IS SPARTA!!!


    The dead bodies truly add effect. :D

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    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2009
    It's the beard. That beard is epic.
    • CommentTimeNov 1st 2009

    That, and the awesome eye-scar.


    At the risk of aggroing the fangirls, beardless Gerard Butler looks like he’s storing acorns in his cheeks for winter.


    It’s Gerard Butler as Dracula.

    Is the girl in that picture Seven of Nine?

    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2009



    Just imagine if Gerald played Superman in a team up movie with Christian Bale.

    • CommentTimeNov 2nd 2009

    We would have a serious problem with mass swooning.


    A stupid thought about vampire Borg has now occurred to me.

    • CommentTimeNov 3rd 2009

    Just imagine if Gerald played Superman in a team up movie with Christian Bale.




    DO WANT!!!!!! Oh, boy. cues massive SQUEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!! session


    No,no, nono….

    Sure, he’s already been Wolverine, but he’s tall, dark, handsome, and can do a great American accent! Oh, just imagine…. :D


    The Prestige was a letdown. Majorly. Spoilers below:


    Spoilers continued


    “Science” is the word an author uses when he wants to feel like his system is rational. “Magic” is the word an honest author uses because he knows the whole system is an ass-pull anyway.

    Okay, so that’s a major generalization. But still, it’s often true…..

    • CommentTimeNov 4th 2009

    Back on topic…

    I would never have expected this.


    I don’t even play Metal Gear and I think this is an oddity.



    • CommentTimeNov 4th 2009

    ...Hideo Kojima is a Twilight fan.

    My impression of Snake has been changed forever. So, tell me, Snake… do you sparkle?


    I feel so betrayed.


    Walked past four Twilight book report posters in middle school today. They had to break it into ten scenes, and so they went like this:

    1. Bella goes to Forks.
    2. Bella meets Edward.
    3. He saves her because he is super strong and awesome and fast.
    4. Edward saves her in Olympia.
    5. Bella finds out about vampires.
    6. They meet in a meadow and Edward sparkles.
    7. They play vampire baseball.
    8. They meet some vampires that want to kill Bella but Edward won’t let them so James (this creepy hunter vampire) tricks Bella into coming to her old dance studio and then he bites her and Edward saves her and the other Cullens kill James.
    9. They go to prom.
    10. The end.

    Twas funny.


    ^^Were those the words, or did you paraphrase?


    What’s vampire baseball?
    Baseball at night?
    (Or do Meyer’s vampires reflect light off themselves and play in the day?... doesn’t that make it normal baseball?... or is there some kind of blood involved?)


    Vampire baseball is baseball played by vampires. Every hit would make Babe Ruth cry, but they’re not home runs because everyone in the outfield can fly or jump good or lap the earth or something.


    Vampire baseball is playing during a thunderstorm because the vampires hit the ball soooo hard and run sooooo fast and slam into each sooooo awesomely that it sounds like thunder for miles around. Us mortal peons would hear the noises on a normal, sunny day and be all like, “omg!! Is that thunder in the distance or are there vampires playing baseball out in the woods???!!!”

    Do they use special bats and balls? Otherwise….they’d just disintegrate. . .


    I seriously doubt they use special equipment. Meyer is just too much of a bonehead to do the cursory amount of research it would take to see that super-strong people would regularly break the bats and knock the covers off.

    • CommentTimeNov 8th 2009

    For once, I don’t actually care about the technicalities and nitpicks of using special balls and bats because the baseball scene was supremely awesome.


    In the movie?


    Jeni? Are you serious? Or is this a sort of sick test?

    • CommentTimeNov 8th 2009

    Guys, the baseball scene was undoubtedly the best part of the film.


    Not spanman too!

    What is this? A nightmare? A horror movie where all the good guys turn into evil zombies?



    I’m scared.

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    I also confess to thinking that the baseball scene was the best part.


    Juniper, you have to remember it’s relative.

    What do you think the best part of the movie was? The one where Kristen & Rob do nothing? Or that other scene where they do nothing? Or how about that one great scene where they stand around and… do nothing?


    Hey, you failed to remember the parts when they stared at each other as the camera spun around them.

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    Yes, those parts had some nice landscapes.


    Guys, the baseball scene was undoubtedly the best part of the film.

    If only for the background music. ;)

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    I can’t listen to Supermassive Black Hole anymore without hearing Rosalie saying “My monkey man,” in my head.

    ...Edward’s very fast.


    Well, MY favorite part was when Edward sparkled.

    Ya’ll are crazy to prefer vampire baseball to THAT. :)

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009 edited

    Juniper, I have three questions:

    1) What are you on?
    2) Where did you get it?
    3) Why aren’t you sharing?

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    She’s clearly been taking Twilight. You stay away from that stuff before you’re drawn in as well.

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    Say no to Twilight!


    Resist peer pressure!


    Actually, I’m on this

    The actual directions on the back say “for external use only” but I find that the effects are much more satisfying when one swallows about a tablespoon per day.

    Also, when you want some extra venomous fantastical vibes, you can always apply this


    I thought the baseball scene was especially dumb


    Although, I have to admit, I can’t think of a “best scene in the film,” so the baseball scene may very well be it. I did like a few scenes that made me think of Twilight the Musical because they made me laugh.


    Also, I liked the scene where Edward picked up Bella’s apple in the cafeteria. Did anyone else think that was just so awesomely subtle and deep? Like, it kind of reminded me of the front cover of the book, with the girl holding the apple, except that in the movie he offers it to her. It’s like the director was hinting at the book or something.


    ^^See, that was a scene in the musical that I thought they added to be funny, like the fan scene.

    Then I watched the movie and realized that, in fact, they got these ideas from the “serious” adaptation.

    • CommentTimeNov 9th 2009

    Pshh, the baseball scene was awesome, or at least the best part of the movie.


    My favorite scene was when Jasper looked like he was in pain, which was only sightly more dramatic than the scene where Jessica sai he looked like he was in pain but he actually looked like he was about to cry.


    Ooh, I liked the bit when Mike/Tyler/Minor Character was dancing on the table!

    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009

    Have you noticed that we’ve all become the famous people?

    EVERYONE is famous on the internet!


    I’m really famous anyway, but you just don’t know it.



    My home planet is more a state of mind.


    You all make me feel so glad that I haven’t watched Twilight. Like maybe some of my sanity is still intact. ;)

    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009

    Same here. Except for the ‘sanity’ part. Stupid pocket Necronomicon…


    Silly RVL... implying you have sanity.

    (we all know SlyShy makes you give it away when you sign up for the forums here)

    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009

    I resisted. He revealed his true form.

    I didn’t have more than 1000d100 SAN.


    Twilight tried to steal my soul, but I shone a sun lamp on it, and it had to hide.


    Sorry, NP, but Edward doesn’t mind sun lamps. In fact, he sparkles under them.


    ^^I meant he had to hide because his sparkling would give him away as a vampire, and then the Voltori (or whatever) would have to kill him.


    Oh, okay. But I’m 98% certain that the Volturi would run out and start dancing under the sun lamp with him. Well, in my imagination it’s a better plot twist. ;)

    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009

    Sad as it is, I miss Keifer Sutherland’s type of vampire.


    Was his a mullet vampire?

    • CommentTimeNov 10th 2009 edited

    Yep! Mullet-wearing, leather-jacket-wearing, bursting-into-flames-in-the-sun gold-eyed brain-chomping vampire.



    I’m so tired of New Moon commercials.

    I just ranted to my dad about how Twilight is stupid, and he said, “All right, that’s enough now.”


    They ran a goddamn New Moon commercial during the Steelers game last night. It caught me so utterly off guard that I’m pretty sure I vomited until passing out.


    One was just on, which prompted my dad to ask, “Those Twilight books are the ones you said were really bad, right?”

    They’re on all the damn time. I’m so tired of seeing Bella lost in the woods with that one vampire guy. I want him to just eat her already.