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Todd Blankenship
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Todd Blankenship 5h
Replying to @JasonScarce
That’s pretty messed up
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Todd Blankenship 5h
Replying to @pspiq3
This and the Bruce Willis cameo periodically pop up on the internet tagged as “Toriyama draws Street Fighter/Bruce Willis”.
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Todd Blankenship 5h
Replying to @pspiq3
I imagine a lot of that comes from it running in V-Jump too
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Todd Blankenship 6h
These would make good trading cards.
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Todd Blankenship 7h
Replying to @MCMV1984
Not that I know of
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Todd Blankenship 7h
Replying to @Herms98
Roger Ebert’s review criticized the final act for telling us Tom Cruise and co.’s plan ahead of time, then having them pull it off without any major complications. Possibly another indication that this plot really is more suited to a video game.
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Todd Blankenship 7h
Replying to @Herms98
Written by Aaron Sorkin (boy is it ever). As you might guess, there’s an uneasy mix between the heavy subject matter of military abuse and the presence of Jack Nicholson as an over-the-top villain who is rather easily tricked into confessing his crimes under cross examination.
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Todd Blankenship 7h
A Few Good Men (1992): Tom Cruise cannot handle the truth, or so Jack Nicholson would have use believe. US military personnel are up to no good at Guantanamo Bay (if you can believe such a thing), and only Phoenix Wright can save the day.
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Todd Blankenship 9h
Replying to @AnimeAjay
I always was one for the lazy way out.
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Todd Blankenship 11h
Replying to @Terez27
Of course, it feels wholly in character for Freeza to pepper his speech with random percentages
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Todd Blankenship 12h
Replying to @Terez27
Not much to say here besides one leaves the 200% as-is and the other treats it as a synonym for “completely”.
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Todd Blankenship 12h
Replying to @shinhoroko
Happy day of your birth!
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @JasonScarce
I like that interpretation
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
I guess rectangles still count.
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @keichiminamoto
I suppose I should have anticipated that
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @JordanMizell
Oh well.
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @SeanSabo222
I saw the opening scene on TV at some point and some other clips here and there, but this is my first time really watching it. It’s pretty enjoyable.
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @Herms98
So is this film what initially popularized “that’s what she said” jokes? Because that’s a hard thing to forgive, Bohemian Rhapsody cover or not.
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @Herms98
Wayne and Garth have a real Bill and Ted vibe to them, but are slightly more tethered to the mundane world. Very, very slightly. Must have been something in the air in the late 80s/early 90s. Yeah, the air seems like a safe bet.
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Todd Blankenship Aug 24
Replying to @Herms98
As befits their arcade game sponsor, the movie features three separate endings in quick succession: a bad ending, a Scooby -Doo style ending (complete with villain unmasking), and a good ending. Tellingly, the bad ending is the only one that even halfway tries to make sense.
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