Discussion in 'The Pub' started by MrAstro, Apr 21, 2015.
Hate to break it to you but your date is a bit of a dog; good news is I’m sure she’ll make you happy if you take her home.
I'll tell you later
Lies! Lies, I say! They all tell me they'll tell me later but it never happens! I must know why a watermelon was there! (Actually though, it was there to mess with the studio. They didn't get the movie at all and they put the watermelon there to see if the studio was really watching the dailies, they never heard a word about it and knew they were free to do what they wanted. I thought that was great!)
I do love Egg's answer to how he got up there though, "It wasn't easy!"
it's funny, I watched that movie for years before I really noticed that. During one of my many viewings, it finally hit me and really cracked me up. Now, any time someone asks how I did something, I'm very tempted to say "it wasn't easy!" Lol.
Another one (possibly) influenced by a classic Kliban cartoon:
Ace by Mark Ray posted Sep 18, 2019 at 12:04 AM
Daddy by Mark Ray posted Sep 18, 2019 at 12:05 AM
Lo siento, pero no puedo ver la pictura, amigo.
Lector by Mark Ray posted Sep 18, 2019 at 12:33 AM
Any discerning cannibal knows human flesh should never be served past medium rare. What are we? Savages?
I can never remember if I seen things here or not so sorry if it's a repost.
That movie has a handful of bizarre edits and non-sequitur continuity errors, i guess you might call 'em.
The journey underground where they see the "black blood of the Earth" looks to have been a much longer sequence, chopped for time or flow, but leaving enough there to perplex the viewer, until the story just bulldozes into the next bit.
The high point in that movie for me is the homage to Russell's Disney films like "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes", and "Strongest Man In The World", when Burton shows up at the brothel. "Boy, it sure is rainin' cats and dogs!"