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  • #31
    sorry i forgot you were such a Comedian...

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Marlow
      Saw the movie, am not 12, presumably all grown up, felt it was written by a 12-year-old who thought it would be hysterical to show a wee-wee a lot and then have a sex scene that serves no better purpose than to indulge a pre-pubescent male fantasy.
      the original is listed in TIME magazine's 'greatest 100 novels of the last century'' but maybe they're not so fixated with 'wee-wees'...'

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Vault-emort
        sorry i forgot you were such a Comedian...
        Thank you!
        phsstt!

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Vault-emort
          Originally posted by Marlow
          Saw the movie, am not 12, presumably all grown up, felt it was written by a 12-year-old who thought it would be hysterical to show a wee-wee a lot and then have a sex scene that serves no better purpose than to indulge a pre-pubescent male fantasy.
          the original is listed in TIME magazine's 'greatest 100 novels of the last century'' but maybe they're not so fixated with 'wee-wees'...'
          I am fixated. Its all i really think about. The truth is i wish every movie displayed Mr. Happy. Just imagine the revamped film " Drain the Lizard of Oz"! Some films wouldn't need to be renamed. Hard Days Night for instance. Im sure my sophmoric pals can drum up some more. :wink:
          phsstt!

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          • #35
            I am neither for nor against penises per se, but they sure do look odd on the giant silver screen. I think there's a real good reason why our culture likes them covered up. Women's 'parts', on the other hand, seem to have more aesthetically redeeming qualities . . . maybe it's just me . . . I'm just saying . . .

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Marlow
              I am neither for nor against penises per se, but they sure do look odd on the giant silver screen. I think there's a real good reason why our culture likes them covered up. Women's 'parts', on the other hand, seem to have more aesthetically redeeming qualities . . . maybe it's just me . . . I'm just saying . . .
              I am definitely with you, Marlow, on the old double standard

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              • #37
                After watching a DVD of "The Piano" with her young daughter some years ago, a friend told me that she thought the image of Harvey Keitel in full frontal nudity had put her daughter off men for life....

                (btw - I'd never heard of "Watchmen" and had assumed for the past few days that this thread was about track timekeepers!)

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by marknhj
                  After watching a DVD of "The Piano" with her young daughter some years ago, a friend told me that she thought the image of Harvey Keitel in full frontal nudity had put her daughter off men for life...
                  I hope Harvey isn't a track fan who posts here! ops:
                  phsstt!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                    Call me crazy but i avoid penis movies. Dont get me wrong i dont hate penises In fact some of my best friends are adorned with the dangling phalus but showering after practice with a bunch of naked dudes for 4 years of track and cross country and 3 years in college im all penised out. It was just penis , penis penis.

                    I go to movies to get away from penis. There i am with my milk duds and popcorn and i look up on the big screen and see an giant penis? No thank you!

                    Who's with me? :x
                    The probing question here is, which would you least rather see in a movie, a visible penis just hanging around minding its own business, or one you don't actually see but know is there doing its business a la "Brokeback Mountain"? :?:

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                      Originally posted by Vault-emort
                      Originally posted by Marlow
                      Saw the movie, am not 12, presumably all grown up, felt it was written by a 12-year-old who thought it would be hysterical to show a wee-wee a lot and then have a sex scene that serves no better purpose than to indulge a pre-pubescent male fantasy.
                      the original is listed in TIME magazine's 'greatest 100 novels of the last century'' but maybe they're not so fixated with 'wee-wees'...'
                      I am fixated. Its all i really think about. The truth is i wish every movie displayed Mr. Happy. Just imagine the revamped film " Drain the Lizard of Oz"! Some films wouldn't need to be renamed. Hard Days Night for instance. Im sure my sophmoric pals can drum up some more. :wink:
                      Die Hard.

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                      • #41
                        Free Willy

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by DrJay
                          Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                          Originally posted by Vault-emort
                          Originally posted by Marlow
                          Saw the movie, am not 12, presumably all grown up, felt it was written by a 12-year-old who thought it would be hysterical to show a wee-wee a lot and then have a sex scene that serves no better purpose than to indulge a pre-pubescent male fantasy.
                          the original is listed in TIME magazine's 'greatest 100 novels of the last century'' but maybe they're not so fixated with 'wee-wees'...'
                          I am fixated. Its all i really think about. The truth is i wish every movie displayed Mr. Happy. Just imagine the revamped film " Drain the Lizard of Oz"! Some films wouldn't need to be renamed. Hard Days Night for instance. Im sure my sophmoric pals can drum up some more. :wink:
                          Die Hard.
                          Ahh yes, thank you Doctor and speaking of doctors consult your doctor before using Viagra or you may Die Hard.
                          phsstt!

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                          • #43
                            I had read the comics before going to see the film. Although I enjoyed the film I just didn't manage to invest as much in the world or the charactres as in the comics. I felt the characters personality and ethics were over simplified making character clashes just not as interesting.

                            Out of interest what do people that had read the comics thin of the ending? As much as i would have loved to have seen the giant squid I think in the end it would have been a bit too out there. I think the revised ending made a lot more sense.

                            Oh and to take a stab at the penis joke, I think "the dark knight" fits pretty well.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                              Originally posted by DrJay
                              Originally posted by SQUACKEE
                              Originally posted by Vault-emort
                              Originally posted by Marlow
                              Saw the movie, am not 12, presumably all grown up, felt it was written by a 12-year-old who thought it would be hysterical to show a wee-wee a lot and then have a sex scene that serves no better purpose than to indulge a pre-pubescent male fantasy.
                              the original is listed in TIME magazine's 'greatest 100 novels of the last century'' but maybe they're not so fixated with 'wee-wees'...'
                              I am fixated. Its all i really think about. The truth is i wish every movie displayed Mr. Happy. Just imagine the revamped film " Drain the Lizard of Oz"! Some films wouldn't need to be renamed. Hard Days Night for instance. Im sure my sophmoric pals can drum up some more. :wink:
                              Die Hard.
                              Ahh yes, thank you Doctor and speaking of doctors consult your doctor before using Viagra or you may Die Hard.
                              ...but happy.

                              Do you guys remember the quote of the police chief from Police Academy, "johnsons as far as the eye cen see." :wink:
                              "A beautiful theory killed by an ugly fact."
                              by Thomas Henry Huxley

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by rasb
                                Free Willy
                                Hey, that's a children's movie!

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