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  1. Holko

    The reply with a movie quote story game.

    Lófaszt! Nehogymár! Te vagy a blade... Blade runner. (Horse cock! Don't kid! You are the blade... Blade runner.) Azonnal kövessen engem, bitte!
  2. Holko

    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Amistad I did quite like it except for the short "slaves are literally Jesus" scene and the end in the Supreme Court or "every movie speech ever with those boring Americana horns" making the matter seem much more important than it actually was. Cinque not being able to bear the tension and shouting "Give us free!" with the Dry Your Tears melody is probably my favourite bit. Dry Your Tears, Afrika remains one of my favourite compositions of all time but I don't really need anything more from this score than its rendition on Spielberg/Williams III.
  3. Holko

    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Same here! Marion seems an inconsistent character switching back and forth between "toughness" and helpless screaming. Willie is at least more consistently written and reacts to everything realistically and in character.
  4. Holko

    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    It's immensely entertaining.
  5. Some episodes are even going to be ones which were already shared in rough storyboard-esquely animated, but voiced form.
  6. Holko

    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    In the first 20 minutes and the little skipping I did with it, all I saw was people smiling ear to ear or screaming. There were some funny ideas, but realised in a way that didn't even make me grin.
  7. Holko

    Show us your music collection

    No wonder wenches went crazy for him with that superstar name.
  8. Holko

    The Silmarillion

    I now see he last commented on the 3rd, maybe he's just on vacation or something.
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    The Silmarillion

    Filthy Normie! Mainstream sellout! This is a Tolkien shelf: Tales (contains Roverandom, Farmer Giles of Ham, Smith of Wootton Major and Leaf by Niggle), facsimile FE of the Hobbit, Beowulf, Nasmith Silmarillion, Children of Húrin, Lee Beren and Lúthien (I know it should be before CoH, sorry), new translation of Hobbit, slightly revised LotR, Unfinished Tales, Book of Lost Tales I-II. And speaking of great unwieldy hardcovers, I do have great love for my B&N Leatherbound Complete Sherlock Holmes: I don't think the Hung versions will be reprinted in hardcover soon, they'll have to all come out first which will take years. But I do plan on someday getting the 3-colume English hardcover version if it'll still be in print. And get the deluxe/special English hardcovers to have the original text of everything. But with all this Tolkien talk I just noticed Chen disappeared.
  10. This... thing certainly won't. The finally properly finished Clone Wars probably will. Aside from Poe and BB8, there isn't even anything in the trailer reminiscent of the feel and design of Star Wars - Rebels at least paid a ton of homage to McQuarrie.
  11. Holko

    The Silmarillion

    Oh, here the Nasmith Silmarillion hardcover is the same size as all other Tolkiens except HoME which is a different publisher and paperback only, I guess because of the already high enough costs and relatively low expected profits. Thinking about how if you'd buy a book in paperback, you might as well just buy it as an ebook, I finally installed KIndle on my tablet. Will have to be careful not to get caried away with 1-click ordering and instant arrival, though.
  12. Holko

    The Silmarillion

    What? Paperbacks bend, tear, break and all that. A nice sturdy hardcover is always nicer if you want to read something more than once.
  13. This is not anime style, this is an even further step back from Rebels just so they can get away with simple 1-tone textures. You may say the facial and walking animations are just parts of the style, but that style was specifically developed to make animation cheap and quick. Even the setting - if it's all on an endless ocean, they just have to throw some blue in the background and don't have to bother with landscapes casting different dynamic shadows or winds moving foliage.