The Punisher: I’m going to cauterize your rectum, sealing it shut, so when you turn those delicious Pink Pants™ Fruit Pies into waste products the bilirubin in your feces will leach into your bloodstream and you’ll die screaming! And I’ll watch while having sex with this grateful prostitute!
Trussed-Up Hooker: Blueberry are my favorite!
In other words, what StoneGold said.
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I watched the movie last night and I have to say that I really enjoyed it. I don't think it is a GREAT film but it is nowhere near worthy of all the crap that has been heaped upon it.
I finally got to see John Carter last night and I loved it. It's not perfect, but I got the same feelings of fun, excitement and wonder I get from the books. There were a lot of tweaks from the original material, like pulling in characters and concepts from the second and third books, but it helped enhance the tale for the big screen. It was a good old-fashioned sci-fi/fantasy adventure tale, and that's what it should have been. Hopefully it finds a bigger audience on DVD than it did in theaters.
I got round to watching it myself and I thought it was great. Enjoyed it more than Avatar.
I watched it this weekend and really enjoyed it as well. I don't understand why it got slammed so hard.
It's better than most of the crap getting released these days.
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I enjoyed the film as well. The effects were eye-popping and the characters at least most of them were well written.
I just watched it last night. I enjoyed it, but it felt rushed to me. Things like John didn't learn the language, he was given something that "magically" translates what he is hearing to English or it teaches him the language (not sure which). It takes a little away from John Carter that he didn't over a little bit of time learn the language of Barsoom.
And the story... I haven't read all the books yet but I was really hoping for something more faithful to the first book, not this story which didn't touch on very much of the first book at all. And as such, the relationship between Tars Tarkas and John just didn't develop.
Also, they completely changed the complexion of Johns relationship with Woola. Woola became a lone creature (I don't recall seeing any other creatures like him in the movie) who just for some reason not fully explained becomes attached to John. It completely takes away the fact that John treated Woola with compassion, and as such Woola then bonded with the only being on Barsoom who ever showed him kindness instead of strict discipline.
I saw it last night. Loved the ending.
I have this idea for the next X-teme Games Gold Medal Event--Bear Tickling. Its like Bull riding but more X-treme! You are timed on how long you can tickle a bear before he attacks you.
i feel sad that this movie has zero chance of a sequel. just like sorcerer's apprentice. its obvious theyre trying for a new multi film franchise but seems like they can't get enough momentum for a sequel despite being enjoyable movies... well i guess now they conceded and just focus on marvel films. maybe not a completely bad thing
The ending kind of falls apart when you think about it.
He’s spent years dodging a bunch of teleporting shapeshifters who want to kill him. It stands to reason that she’s been dealing with the same since they want BOTH of them dead on account of having seen too much. Even if she survived, she’ll be too paranoid to be likely to accept that he’s the real John Carter … especially since impersonating him right after sending him back to Earth is the best way to get close to her.
New and improved me. Now with a CAPITAL “B”.
So, I just finished watching the movie. It was quite entertaining, but nothing special. It did not deserve to become a flop, but it would not have deserved to be a hit either.
The protagonist was too scrawny. And I do not real understand why the shapeshifters were not able to kill him during all his years on earth.
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