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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 06:30 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 02:58 PM, Gendo wrote: Harlock

I used to have Harlock Saga on DVD. I watched it once and then traded it in at a store for store credit. bored the hell out of me.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 08:06 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 03:16 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: No one will ever forget the legendary first meeting of Ranma and Akane.

Even though it was a complete disaster....

I always though what it would be like living in the 70's but then i relized most of the music sucked and most anime was never shown on american TV so i figured id be just shooting myself in the dick. So god bless the 90's, i honestly miss those carefree days.....

Yeah, the 90s were where it's at.

How much like 10 bucks?

Yep.

I have an urge to watch animes that have been shown millions of times.(Cowboy bebop)

I did, and I do not regret it.

At 7/18/07 06:30 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: I used to have Harlock Saga on DVD. I watched it once and then traded it in at a store for store credit. bored the hell out of me.

Matsumoto's work is a greatly accquired taste.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 08:22 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 08:14 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: With films like Silence of the lambs and the Big Labowski, you can never go wrong with the 90's.

What odd choices.

Well, The Big Lebowski is one of the best comedies ever, but Silence of the Lambs is a much weirder one to put.

I can think of at least... 20 films from the 90's better than it.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 08:48 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 08:14 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: At the cost of there misfortune we recieved plenty of laughs though.

Verily.

With films like Silence of the lambs and the Big Labowski, you can never go wrong with the 90's.

Two of the best films I've ever seen.

Lecter and the Dude are just plain awesome characters.

You watched your cowboy bebop dvd's recently?

Not in a few months, but I've been watching it on TV a fair bit.

At 7/18/07 08:22 PM, Kuro wrote: Well, The Big Lebowski is one of the best comedies ever,

Much agreed, saw the film for around the 10th time yesterday.

but Silence of the Lambs is a much weirder one to put.
I can think of at least... 20 films from the 90's better than it.

Thanks for running a stake through my heart.

There are several films from the decade better, but I have a profound love for Silence of the Lambs, I've seen it around 26 times.

The greatest film of the 90s (or any decade, for that matter) is Leon in my opinion. Flawless motion picture.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 08:56 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 08:48 PM, Gendo wrote: Thanks for running a stake through my heart.

Fucking vampire.


There are several films from the decade better

At least 20.

but I have a profound love for Silence of the Lambs, I've seen it around 26 times.

It's good, but I'd get sick of any film by around the 12th watching.


The greatest film of the 90s (or any decade, for that matter) is Leon in my opinion. Flawless motion picture.

I find it hard for me to decide what the best film of any particular collection is.

From the 90's?

Hmm... I dunno.

Magnolia? The Shawshank Redemption? Being John Malkovich?

Well, it's quite possible in 5 minutes I'll realise that those films don't come close, but I've never been good with naming these sort of film lists.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:02 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 08:56 PM, Kuro wrote: Fucking vampire.

It'd explain my hatred of daylight, pale skin and pointy teeth.

At least 20.

That I severely doubt.

It's good, but I'd get sick of any film by around the 12th watching.

I'm a boring cunt, so endless re-watching doesn't bore me as easily as it does normal humans.

I find it hard for me to decide what the best film of any particular collection is.

I've seen quite the broad array of films, plus I'm over-opinionated enough to make such judgment calls.

From the 90's?
Magnolia? The Shawshank Redemption?

No.

Being John Malkovich?

Possibly.

Well, it's quite possible in 5 minutes I'll realise that those films don't come close, but I've never been good with naming these sort of film lists.

Hahahaha, me too.

I tried to make a list of my 50 favorites, but gave up 11 in after realizing how out of whack shit was.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:13 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:06 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: Hey im a boring cunt too. How about we get together and watch paint dry?

Sure, but only if we can chat about my napkin friend and listen to "Europa Endlos" for nine hours.

Not to mention the hours it would take.

Around ten hours of effort spread out over three days.

I can't do such a thing since i rant to much.

Yeah, I tended to either say too much or not say enough.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:21 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:02 PM, Gendo wrote: It'd explain my hatred of daylight, pale skin and pointy teeth.

Wouldn't explain how you're not dead yet though.

That I severely doubt.

If I sat down and tried to compile a list, I'm sure I could think of those 20.

But I have the attention span of a gnat, so that's probably not going to happen anytime soon.

I'm a boring cunt, so endless re-watching doesn't bore me as easily as it does normal humans.

You're boring so you don't get bored?

I've seen quite the broad array of films, plus I'm over-opinionated enough to make such judgment calls.

I've seen a large amount of films, but that only makes it harder to form a list, doesn't it?

No.

Well, now that I think about it more, I'd take Shawshank off completely, but I'd leave Magnolia in the top 10 at least.

Possibly.

You gotta wonder how the writer comes up with this sort of stuff.

Hahahaha, me too.

I tried to make a list of my 50 favorites, but gave up 11 in after realizing how out of whack shit was.

I never even try, I find it pretty much impossible to decide which film I like more out of films I like.

I'm adding Nightmare Before Christmas into my list of possibilities, but that's one that could easily be argued against..

Also, the goth-loving part of it has earned it a bad rep.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:31 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:21 PM, Kuro wrote: Wouldn't explain how you're not dead yet though.

Yeah, strange that.

I could always be one of those FREAK vampires...

You're boring so you don't get bored?

Damn near.

I've seen a large amount of films, but that only makes it harder to form a list, doesn't it?

Yeah, because then you've got prioritize them rigorously (by social relevance, entertainment value, quality of acting/directing/writing, etc.)

Well, now that I think about it more, I'd take Shawshank off completely, but I'd leave Magnolia in the top 10 at least.

I never liked Shawshank, but Magnolia was quite good (albeit not my cup of tea).

You gotta wonder how the writer comes up with this sort of stuff.

Lots of drugs, lots and lots of drugs.

I never even try, I find it pretty much impossible to decide which film I like more out of films I like.

That was precisely why I quit.

I'm adding Nightmare Before Christmas into my list of possibilities, but that's one that could easily be argued against..

I don't care what arguments could be presented against it, I thought Nightmoare Before Christmas was brilliant.

Also, the goth-loving part of it has earned it a bad rep.

Yeah, but that fandom came long after the film's release.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:39 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:31 PM, Gendo wrote: Yeah, strange that.

I could always be one of those FREAK vampires...

Bloody FREAK's, they're like poser vampires.

Damn near.

Perhaps you project your boredom onto other people, making them boredi nstead of you.

Yeah, because then you've got prioritize them rigorously (by social relevance, entertainment value, quality of acting/directing/writing, etc.)

One reason I like rating things out of 4 rather than 10, it means I have to think less about what I like better.

but Magnolia was quite good (albeit not my cup of tea).

I liked that scene where they all sung Wise Up.

Lots of drugs, lots and lots of drugs.

Drugs make the creativity flow.

I don't care what arguments could be presented against it, I thought Nightmare Before Christmas was brilliant.

It was. Far better than Corpse Bride, and it had great music.

Yeah, but that fandom came long after the film's release.

Leave it to the social cliques to ruin films.

An attempt to get back on topic:

Best anime film of the 90's?

I say it's a toss up between Princess Mononoke, Perfect Blue (which seems grossly under rated) and Whisper of the Heart (by far the best non Miyazaki directed Ghibli film).


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:43 PM Reply

Severely off-topic: Kuro, somethings wrong with your sig. I'm not in it. Fix it.

or make me an awesome Nana sig with characters from nana using hentai (if possible). if not, Melancholy my ass.

Also, Asian Nerd from Heroes wants to be Jotaro Kujo. Discuss.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 09:53 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:39 PM, Kuro wrote: Bloody FREAK's, they're like poser vampires.

Posers vampires as manufactured by undead Nazis.

That redeems them slightlu.

One reason I like rating things out of 4 rather than 10, it means I have to think less about what I like better.

The four star system is much more efficient, leaves a lot less room for excuses and technicalities..

Drugs make the creativity flow.

Yep, God bless 'em.

It was. Far better than Corpse Bride, and it had great music.

Corpse Bride was a savage disappointment, not nearly enough songs.

Leave it to the social cliques to ruin films.

Bastards, raping our fun.

Best anime film of the 90's?

I'd have to say Mononoke gets this nod.

I say it's a toss up between Princess Mononoke,

Yes.

Perfect Blue (which seems grossly under rated)

It is quite underrated.

and Whisper of the Heart (by far the best non Miyazaki directed Ghibli film).

Fuck yes.

At 7/18/07 09:43 PM, MattTheParanoidKat wrote: Also, Asian Nerd from Heroes wants to be Jotaro Kujo. Discuss.

In season two, he should go on a globe-trotting adventure with his grandfather, that or scream "ZA WARUDO!" when using his time powers.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 10:00 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 09:49 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: I have not seen Perfect Blue yet, but id say Whisper of the heart is one of the best films iv ever seen. What do you think is the best Miyazaki film of the 80's?

Laputa: Castle in the Sky.

And Perfect Blue is a great film, but it's not exactly for everyone.

It's like the polar opposite of what Miyazaki makes.

But then again, I think that Satoshi Kon is a better director than Miyazaki, since his films seem to have more depth.

Miyazaki centres far too much on his environmentalist message; After Nausicaa I think we got the idea

And yes, Whisper of the Heart is an excellent film.

At 7/18/07 09:43 PM, MattTheParanoidKat wrote: Severely off-topic: Kuro, somethings wrong with your sig. I'm not in it. Fix it.

or make me an awesome Nana sig with characters from nana using hentai (if possible). if not, Melancholy my ass.

I'm about to go out, I might make you a sig later.

At 7/18/07 09:53 PM, Gendo wrote: Posers vampires as manufactured by undead Nazis.

That redeems them slightlu.

Nazi's have become less cool over the years.

The four star system is much more efficient, leaves a lot less room for excuses and technicalities..

But then again, it still makes it harder to judge whether or not you are going to like a film before you see it.

Corpse Bride was a savage disappointment, not nearly enough songs.

I liked the Bonejangles song.

I'd have to say Mononoke gets this nod.

Mononoke is good, but it loses points for being too much like Nausicaa.

Fuck yes.

I was pleasantly surprised by Whisper of the Heart after most of the other non-Miyazaki ones sucked.

(The Cat Returns... *shudder*)

But now I've just remembered that Grave of the Fireflies was Ghibli too... So I'll take out that "by far".


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 10:20 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 10:00 PM, Kuro wrote: But then again, I think that Satoshi Kon is a better director than Miyazaki, since his films seem to have more depth.

Not to mention Kon's style is a Hell of a lot nicer than Miyazaki's "superflat characters, lushly detailed backgrounds" thing.

Nazi's have become less cool over the years.

Not to worry, they've got plenty up their sleeves, a resurge in coolness is imminent.

But then again, it still makes it harder to judge whether or not you are going to like a film before you see it.

Yeah, but that's where the actual content of the article comes into play. the four star system puts more focus on discussing a film's overall quality.

I liked the Bonejangles song.

It was the highlight of the film for me.

Mononoke is good, but it loses points for being too much like Nausicaa.

Preachy or not, Nausicaa and Mononoke are great films.

I tend to ignore social messages sent by films, since I more often than not have little interest in whatever the director wants to preach to me (except for documentaries).

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 10:41 PM Reply

Well I hope my ban is over or I'm typing this for nothing! Nothing all that interesting to talk about though. I got the Claymore Episode 16...and guess what? It was actually some stupid 9/11 conspiracy video.

And the Gurren Lagann recap episode happened. I saw that was mentioned. The best part was the ending credits, with all the animation sketches and time-skip concepts. Also you got to see some Time Skip characters. I have no clue who the guy next to Simon is. He was also shown in the first episode future scene.

It's Captain Simon!

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 10:48 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 10:41 PM, Dr-HyakuNinGiri wrote: Well I hope my ban is over or I'm typing this for nothing! Nothing all that interesting to talk about though. I got the Claymore Episode 16...and guess what? It was actually some stupid 9/11 conspiracy video.

Hahahaha, that's the kick in the nuts that comes with shady downloads.

For shame, Doctor, for shame.

And the Gurren Lagann recap episode happened. I saw that was mentioned. The best part was the ending credits, with all the animation sketches and time-skip concepts. Also you got to see some Time Skip characters. I have no clue who the guy next to Simon is. He was also shown in the first episode future scene.

Gurren Lagann just seems to be getting more and more awesome.

I totally must purchase the series upon its release.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 10:59 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 10:48 PM, Gendo wrote: He was also shown in the first episode future scene.
Gurren Lagann just seems to be getting more and more awesome.

I totally must purchase the series upon its release.

Well I plan to also, as long as it has good subtitles. Cus I've seen some cool ones, but some sub-par ones also.

Simon looks about as cool as he did before. I wonder how Yoko looks...cus I guess she still had a little room to grow...ya know...boob-wise.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:09 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 10:59 PM, Dr-HyakuNinGiri wrote: Well I plan to also, as long as it has good subtitles. Cus I've seen some cool ones, but some sub-par ones also.

ADV have a fairly good track record with subs.

Simon looks about as cool as he did before. I wonder how Yoko looks...cus I guess she still had a little room to grow...ya know...boob-wise.

Do not ever doubt potential breast-growth in an /m/ series.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:19 PM Reply

Ok guys, so I just finished watching an amazing series a couple days back- Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's absolutely amazing! Anyone watched it? It is a bit old; came out in 95', but it still has awesome art and philosophy. I recommend it to EVERYONE! So go watch it now. >:D

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:20 PM Reply

At 7/17/07 11:35 PM, Kuro wrote: Uh hummm... Hmm... Yes...

I just noticed that Kuro made me a sig. It's acceptable. I don't love it, but it'll do.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:24 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:19 PM, anime-shorty003 wrote: I recommend it to EVERYONE! So go watch it now. >:D

...
Where the hell were you for the past 12 years?

What are you going to recommend us next? Akira? Or DBZ?
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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:24 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:19 PM, anime-shorty003 wrote: Ok guys, so I just finished watching an amazing series a couple days back- Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's absolutely amazing! Anyone watched it? It is a bit old; came out in 95', but it still has awesome art and philosophy. I recommend it to EVERYONE! So go watch it now. >:D

*Blows own head off with a twelve-gauge shotgun*

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:25 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:24 PM, Gendo wrote: *Blows own head off with a twelve-gauge shotgun*
At 7/18/07 11:24 PM, HaroFreak wrote: (Hah)

Is that some Hivemind we demonstrated before him? XD


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:26 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:24 PM, Gendo wrote: *Blows own head off with a twelve-gauge shotgun*

Not everyone is going to share your opinion on anime, Gendo. I happen to like Eva. This guy is just more than a decade behind the times. I happened to like 1999, it was my favorite place, and I visit there often.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:27 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:26 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote: Not everyone is going to share your opinion on anime, Gendo. I happen to like Eva. This guy is just more than a decade behind the times. I happened to like 1999, it was my favorite place, and I visit there often.

The 90s were nice and all, but this guy's far too late and Eva is nowhere near as good as he thinks.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:31 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:27 PM, Gendo wrote: The 90s were nice and all, but this guy's far too late and Eva is nowhere near as good as he thinks.

I'm getting tired of repeating myself to you.

NOT EVERYONE SHARES YOUR OPINION!

I swear to myself (as your God-King) that if I have to say this to you one more time, I will find a replacement for you as my Fuhror.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:31 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:26 PM, Wonko-the-Sane wrote: Not everyone is going to share your opinion on anime, Gendo. I happen to like Eva. This guy is just more than a decade behind the times. I happened to like 1999, it was my favorite place, and I visit there often.

Well SOMEBODY (i.e. experienced viewers like Gendo or myself) has to bring the 'fanboy' back to reality.

If he wants to share his fandom of a single series, he is better off in fanclubs consisting of Rei fanboys (and not the Hokuto no Ken or Macross 7 one either). <_<

OR, he can give a good argument to see if he can win us over into not flaming him for having a good reinforced opinion of what he likes.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:33 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:31 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote:
At 7/18/07 11:19 PM, anime-shorty003 wrote: Ok guys, so I just finished watching an amazing series a couple days back- Neon Genesis Evangelion. It's absolutely amazing! Anyone watched it? It is a bit old; came out in 95', but it still has awesome art and philosophy. I recommend it to EVERYONE! So go watch it now. >:D
*sigh* oh well, at least he didn't say has anyone ever watched Cowboy bebop or Trigun.......

True.

Also, apologies to Wonko, but I am not an idiot, I know not everyone has or needs to have my opinion, but it's not gonna stop me from expressing it.

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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:34 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:31 PM, Akatsuki321 wrote: *sigh* oh well, at least he didn't say has anyone ever watched Cowboy bebop or Trigun.......

*Facepalm*
That is where you're too intolerant.

Trigun and Cowboy Bebop is much less aged and less 'mainstream' compared to Evangelion and seeing the broadcasting times, I can tell.

Naturally, I would prefer someone to ask whether I have watched either in any form and counter with the fact that the comic sequels or movies are superior (if available) than to be asked whether I watched a mainstream series like EVANGELION for fuck's sake.


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Response to Anime Club Jul. 18th, 2007 @ 11:35 PM Reply

At 7/18/07 11:33 PM, Gendo wrote: Also, apologies to Wonko, but I am not an idiot, I know not everyone has or needs to have my opinion, but it's not gonna stop me from expressing it.

At least be politer to the sad fanboys. Help guide them in what you think would be a good direction for them to progress in. If he likes Eva, find think of something else he may enjoy. Don't just talk about how much you disagree.


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