I'm not even sure how that term ever made it here. It's really a terrible word for a car.
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Posted 29 August 2015 - 07:38 AM
if you ask the average uker what a wagon was and i think most would say a big truck, even though technically its the thing the tractor unit is pulling
but thats only what i think they'd say
Edited by w00dy, 29 August 2015 - 07:39 AM.
Posted 29 August 2015 - 07:45 AM
but now we've had this conversation i now understand the term pussy wagon for the first time, fit sexually starving mom's, longing to experiment after finally owning their body's long enough to be comfortable enough with them to understand how they work, with their bouncy boobs and amply filled leotards doing the shopping in estate family cars. i know it doesn't, but when you brain goes there... say fuck it I'm staying
Posted 02 September 2015 - 03:53 PM
i watched seven psychopaths the other day because of this thread. excellent film but the third act fails miserably. but fairs fair - farrell, who serves as the writers voice through out the film, warns us early that he didn't want to write your typical guns blazing finale. that still doesn't excuse the dirty water puddle fuck that is the end of the film's "perfect" shoot out. its a fucking mess. woody harellson's snide "it was just a flesh wound" - i mean come on, after giving us the jack of diamonds killer in the first scene? - says it all. fucking bullshit!
what you remember a different ending? slight of hand i'm afraid. the third act is so fudged it needs the two tag on bonus scenes that we've become so used to with marvel superhero movies, to give us the satisfaction to release the tension its built up we now need.
what is clever is how good the first end scene is (where hans writes the vietnamese psychos story) - its the best bit of writing I've seen in such a long time, genuinely. not only has the actual story been teased through out the film and usually that is all we are given. psycho number 5 (or whatever) end of, goodbye. but instead hans is actually telling us that he has forgiven his daughter's murderer.
before we've chance to absorb this genuine revelation (there is no longer even the tenuous "7" psychos - mindblow is played twice mother fucker) the tom waits slight of hand is played. we are left wondering what the fuck? because we are engrossed in the red herring
this film is a the story of zero psychos - psycho's don't care
Edited by w00dy, 02 September 2015 - 03:56 PM.
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Posted 10 September 2015 - 04:44 PM
At any rate, I'm going to have to just disagree with everyone. When your favorite actor is Christopher Walken, it's very difficult to find people who share the same taste in movies. Anything you guys say is going to suck to me, and anything I say is going to suck to yous.
my favourite chris walken role is when he played that guy who helped cover up natalie wood's murder... fuck. what was that film...
yeah that was for actual. nevermind.
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