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Discussion in 'West Mall' started by Mr. Deez, Feb 8, 2012.
Ugh. That movie could have been funny, and it just sucked.
I am tempted to respond "who doesnt like a little nudity" but then I remembered they had Kathy Bates go full nude in "At Play in the Fields of the Lord." Scarred for life
Before 9/11. Can’t make stupid movies like that anymore.
I agree that we can't make movies like that anymore, but 9/11 isn't the reason. Old School and several others were after 9/11.
I mean movies that vapid. Old school had some smart humor.
That may be true
What do you think would happen if this were reversed?
Say, for example, David Spade as Nelson Mandela?
Now that i think about it, this might be a blockbuster
If this movie idea goes into production late this year, I will be demanding some royalties from our lurkers!
We should use our position at the UN, NATO, and elsewhere in international relations, to browbeat the uncivilized world into accepting that the freedom of speech is a fundamental human right.
Unfortunately we can't even agree on that among ourselves.
You know your ideology is weak when you have to forbid contrary opinions from being expressed.
Political correctness oozes out of this very concept.
That would make for a very entertaining movie, moreso if he wears blackface.
Who would have ever thought?
A British male with some cajones
This woman seems shocked that hating men has consequence
Long live Laurence Fox
He didn't really say he wouldn't date a feminist woman. He said he wouldn't date a woke woman. You can be both, but I think it's possible to be feminist but not woke.
For example, mb227 seems somewhat feminist but might be the least woke person alive.
I lived in SoCal for a few years and that is the first new word they added to my vocabulary. And it had to be done, was not optional. Not for a guy anyway. And I then wore the heck out of it. Was fun -- as you can say it about 100 different ways.
Right on Dude!
it’s like Chinese or something where your tone, pitch, context, and non-verbals make the same word mean many different things.
I love Laurence Fox on Lewis. Based on his character I would have never guessed the hair style he has in real life.
I added "Dude", "Dudes" and sometimes "Doooooood", to my conversational vocabulary several years ago. People found it funny an "older guy" like me that doesn't normally use that term, would occassionally say it in a general conversation.
I may have to claim that as a new signature line...
He is also good as the Foreign Secretary in Victoria
Been known to use that term, myownself.
With that avatar, you had better
Yeah, well you know, that's like your opinion man.
The Dude abides...