Post by Vanacoriel on Aug 15, 2004 18:55:42 GMT -5
She has a point. I like disney. He can be scary though. *Shudders* I that well very..erm... entertaining, the little mermaid, might possibly, be the SCARIEST movie I have ever seen. I am soo scared of Ariel, childhood terror. My friends would be all LETs watch AREIL!! YAYA and then me... no how bout... anything but *bursts into tears*. I love the movie LK 1 1/2. So amusing, anyone see the second one? it annoyed me. because of the little girl. She should be eaten.
I am norwegian. Wasn't that obvious when I talked about the norwegian version?
That explains the time differnce thing!!!
Agent Vader: She always gets excited when she figures things out... OW!!!
Trinity *trying to subtley hide paintball gun*: Anyway, that is pretty obvious now that I think about it... But I just wanted to make sure! I mean, I've seen the French versions of some movies and I am certainly NOT French...
Agent Vader: But that was in French CLASS!!! You are supposed to watch french movies in French classes!
Trinity: THAT ISN'T THE POINT!!!! Besides, he could have been taking norwegian classes...
Agent Vader *smacks self in forehead*: WHAP!
Trinity: Okay, I think I'll stop talking now... *shuts up before she embarrasses herself further...*
"What do you want to be when you grow up, little girl?"
i like all those movies...muppet treasure island rocks!! *searches desperatly for quotes* i was quoting Princesss Bride so much the other day... "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father, prepare to DYE!!" ya know disney's head is cryogenicly frozen in a refridgerator somewhere...kinda makes you wonder. i wanna see gollum and aragorn switch.
Post by Dûncariel is Dead. on Aug 17, 2004 16:01:27 GMT -5
Muppet Treasure Island ROCKS!! "Old Tom?!" "Aye!!" "Really Old Tom?!" "Aye, aye!!" " Dead Tom?"...... " Dead Tom's dead!! Long John shot 'I'm!!" "But.... Dead Tom's always been dead, that's why they call him 'Dead Tom'...."
*sigh* I love that movie, with the crawfish... he cracks me up.
Post by Vanacoriel on Aug 17, 2004 20:24:16 GMT -5
I saw that movie when I was like 2 and then bought it like three seconds later. I love the sing along movies they make me soo happy because I can sing. It's a party.
[glow=red,2,300][/glow] The muppets are like my Idols. One day I swear I am going to grow a muppet out of the back of my head. and it will be evil and tell me to watch for forks (literal, like giant forks) in the middle of the road.
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Anyone seen the moive Monsignor Renard with Dom and John Thaw? It's soo sad... and I normally don't cry in movies...(except LOTR) and I cried for 20 minutes after the movie ended. I cried for a total of 2 hours and 13 minutes over this movie! You gotta see it!
I don't usually cry in movies either. Oddly enough, though, the third time I saw the Fellowship in the theater, I cried when Bromir died. The THIRD time. Not the first. Weird, huh? I think I might have cried in RotK, too...
Never seen that movie, Vanacoriel, but I might check it out!
"What do you want to be when you grow up, little girl?"
Post by Vanacoriel on Aug 22, 2004 15:56:17 GMT -5
It's weird isn't it. After like the 8 thousandth time you see a movie you can cry even harder. I was watching the FOTR a little while a go, and I cried when ever Frodo was all " Whats Happenening, I feel so much angst" and When he remebers Gandalf, it was weird cuz I didn't cry at some of those parts in the movie. I think it has something to do with you knowing the repercusions of a certain action. Like when Qui-Gonn dies you know what the effects are, on Ani, on Obi. Some sort of phycology thing I suppose. Ohh question on movies, anyone seen the Last Samuri? My dad got it and I want to know if its good.
Post by The Hot Eye on Aug 23, 2004 11:14:33 GMT -5
yeah, when Qui-gon died i too cried, but i too, had already seen it 8thousand times, icried when boromir died the first time, and i cried during lilo and stich, it was pathetic, ithought that was a cute movie, i dont usually cry during movies either, but there are some exceptions...
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Post by Vanacoriel on Aug 23, 2004 13:24:18 GMT -5
Ok, you got me there, I cried in Lilo and Stitch too! Something to do with a poor little space mutant lost in Hawaii is just soo terribly sad.
Crying in movies is not something you do because you want to. It's soo emotional sometime. You know it's a good movie when a)the acting reduces you to sobs and b) the story reduces you to sobs. When Qui-Gonn dies, various points in LOTR, Monsigor Renard and when Trin dies in the Matrix, *lilo and stitch* you get kind of attached to the character. And then they go through something painful and you cry. Unless your Neo. Then you can't
"Well Trin, this would be a tearful goodbye, If I had, you know, eyeballs"
Cold Mountian? Anyone likey? I think Jude Law and Renee Zelle-whats-the-rest do a really good job, Nicole Kidman doesnt have much to work with. She just looks nice and crys
I have cried in exactly two movies. RrotK, while Frodo was yelling at Sam, and later on when Aragorn kneels to the hobbits. I also cried in AotC, when Shmi died. Normally, however, I show little emotion but anger in movies... mom's going to have to bring something to tie me up with when SW III comes out. Why? Because I'll probably attempt to kill Anakin on screen-- he might be cute, but I'm really going to get that brat if he even THINKS of turning dark... sigh.
And we all know THAT'S inevitable. Sigh.
I've never seen Cold Mountain. Sorry.
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Unless they have a magic boat. If they have a magic boat, I'm pretty much doomed.... *cough*