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Darth Groovy
04-28-2005, 08:47 PM
I just saw a line up for this summer's "blockbusters". Star Wars is sure to own them all as there is absolutely no competition at all.

Batman Begins? Yeah whatever. Dukes of Hazard? ...... War Of The Worlds...I dunno... Fantastic Four looks promising, and The Wedding Crashers will most likely be funny, but everything else....ugh.... what a lousy line up. I may stay home more than I thought, aside from seeing ROTS SEVERAL times.

Spider AL
04-28-2005, 08:59 PM
I myself find the "Fantastic 4" trailer insulting, I find that the trailer for RotS doesn't dispel my concerns that Lucas is still not taking his medication, and I find Batman Begins to be faithful to its comic roots. I know which one I'm going to see, and it ain't "Gunganfest 2005." ;)

Darth Groovy
04-28-2005, 09:06 PM
I dunno about Christian Bale rolling around Gotham City in a armor plated SUV. These days, i'm getting more and more convinced that Adam West is the true Dark Night, because he had Shark Repelant on his utility belt. I mean you have to be some kind of genius to wake up in the morning knowing you might have a shark hanging off your leg later that same day...

http://neuro.me.uk/tmp/s/shark.jpg:mst3k:

Spider AL
04-28-2005, 09:08 PM
I have to concede the point that Adam West is the darkest, most psychologically edgy Batman ever, and that he should have been called out of retirement to play the character once more in this film...

But Bale's a close second.

Mike Windu
04-28-2005, 09:15 PM
Mos. Def. Mos. Def. Mos. Def.

:D

That and RoTS will be what I'm looking forward to seeing.

ET Warrior
04-28-2005, 09:16 PM
Well I saw my movie to tide me over till Star Wars...


Kung Fu Hustle.


Seriously, if anyone hasn't seen Kung Fu Hustle.....get off your ass. You're gonna want to see it.

Darth Groovy
04-28-2005, 09:17 PM
Originally posted by Mike Windu
Mos. Def. Mos. Def. Mos. Def.

:D

That and RoTS will be what I'm looking forward to seeing.

Who?!

Mike Windu
04-28-2005, 09:37 PM
Regarded as one of hip-hop's most introspective and insightful artists, Mos Def has shaped a career that transcends music genres and artistic medium. A child of hip-hop's Golden Era, the native Brooklynite spent his childhood imbedded in the culture surrounding him as well as absorbing knowledge from across the artistic spectrum.

With the release of "Universal Magnetic" (1996) Mos became an underground favorite in the hip hop world, leading to his legendary collaboration with Talib Kweli. The two formed Black Star whose debut album, Mos Def and Talib Kweli Are Black Star, would become one of the most critically acclaimed hip-hop albums. Mos followed that release with his 1999 solo debut, Black On Both Sides, which was certified gold and credited by critics as bringing hip-hop back to its soapbox roots.

As with his music, Mos has demonstrated insight and passion with his acting career, appearing in Spike Lee's Bamboozled, MTV's Carmen: A Hip Hopera, 2002's critically acclaimed Monster's Ball, Showtime, and the 2002 romantic comedy Brown Sugar, for which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination. In addition Mos has served as the host, music supervisor and co-executive producer for the HBO series Def Poetry and served as a writer, producer and actor on the MTV sketch comedy series Lyricist Lounge. Mos completed his Broadway debut in 2002 in the Tony nominated, Pulitzer Prize winning, Topdog/Underdog. Mos re-teamed with Topdog playwright, Suzan Lori Parks and director George Wolfe for the off-Broadway play, ****ing A, for which he was awarded an Obie Award.

In 2003, Mos Def starred in Paramount Pictures' The Italian Job, alongside Ed Norton, Mark Wahlberg and Charlize Theron. Last year Mos Def starred opposite Alan Rickman in the critically acclaimed HBO movie Something the Lord Made, for which he has received a 2004 Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Miniseries Or A Movie. Def was also nominated for both a Golden Globe Award (Best Performance by an Actor in a Mini-Series or Motion Picture) and Golden Satellite Award (Best Actor in a Miniseries or a Motion Picture Made for Television) for the same role He can currently be been seen on the big screen in the feature film The Woodsman, with Kevin Bacon, Benjamin Bratt, Eve and Kyra Sedgwick. The New York Times said of his performance, "I hope we don't have to wait too much longer to see him in a big-screen leading role," and USA Today heralded him as "the movie's best performance." In addition, he recently completed work on Spyglass Entertainment's The Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, set for release in May 2005. In the film, an adaptation of the classic Douglas Adams Science Fiction novel, Def will star as hero "Ford Prefect."

Mos Def released his highly-anticipated and critically acclaimed sophomore solo release, The New Danger (Geffen Records), on October 12th. The album was met with praise from both critics and fans alike, with Rolling Stone giving it 4 Stars and hailing the album as "Ghetto rock and righteous hip-hop from dazzingly talented Def" and the New York Daily News proclaimed "No one is doing more to change our notion of how hip hop can sound." The first single, "Sex, Love and Money' earned Def a 2005 Grammy nomination for Best Alternative/Urban Performance and the album has been certified gold by the RIAA.

Mos Def :p

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, but I'm sure you knew that :D

KBell
04-28-2005, 10:10 PM
Fantastic Four..........ewww


Batman.......tasty

Spider AL
04-28-2005, 10:15 PM
Too much slapstick in the trailers for this new adaptation of Hitchhiker's Guide. And while I must concede that I couldn't have casted Slartibartfast or Zaphod better, the rest of the casting (including Freeman and Rickman) is mediocre and pedestrian at best. Not looking forward to a new corruption of an old classic.

Mike Windu
04-28-2005, 10:39 PM
*sigh*

So many cskeptics about new adaptations... :p

Still don't see why you can't just take the movie as is and treat it as a new film. Might enjoy it more.

Lady Jedi
04-28-2005, 10:56 PM
There are plenty of good movies coming out this summer.

See here:

ROTS
Cinderella Man
Batman Begins
Kingdom of Heaven
Bewitched
War of the Worlds (maybe)
The Wedding Crashers
The Island (maybe; seems interesting)
Kicking and Screaming

Then again, I like movies and am not hard to please. :D

KBell
04-28-2005, 11:01 PM
Originally posted by Lady Jedi
There are plenty of good movies coming out this summer.

See here:


Kicking and Screaming


Thats DEFINETLY going to be a winner, every Will Farrel movie is a cant miss lol :D

Lady Jedi
04-28-2005, 11:03 PM
Originally posted by KBell
Thats DEFINETLY going to be a winner, every Will Farrel movie is a cant miss lol :D

You know, he's in Bewitched as well. :D

KBell
04-28-2005, 11:16 PM
Originally posted by Lady Jedi
You know, he's in Bewitched as well. :D

News to me :eek:

Jeeze i work at a friggin movie theatre WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME lol

ET Warrior
04-28-2005, 11:18 PM
That is pretty unacceptable if you didn't even know that Will Farrell was in Bewitched. Jeeeeeez :p

Spider AL
04-28-2005, 11:23 PM
Still don't see why you can't just take the movie as is and treat it as a new filmI do treat it as new... A new piece of crap. :D

As to why people are wary of re-toolings in general, past experience, that's why.

Look at the remakes of the Italian Job, Alfie, Get Carter,... The list is endless. Updates, reworkings... they're almost always bad ideas. Especially when they're made in the good old U.S. of A.

Darth Groovy
04-29-2005, 01:40 AM
Originally posted by Spider AL
Too much slapstick in the trailers for this new adaptation of Hitchhiker's Guide. And while I must concede that I couldn't have casted Slartibartfast or Zaphod better, the rest of the casting (including Freeman and Rickman) is mediocre and pedestrian at best. Not looking forward to a new corruption of an old classic.

I agree with you 100% on this one.

Evil Dark Jedi
04-29-2005, 04:17 AM
Me I am only going to ROTS. But it'll be almost winter then not summer. :p

narfblat
04-29-2005, 04:28 AM
I'm going to ROTS at 12:01 on the 19th. People who fear it will be a repeat of episode 1 should consider that the third episode is supposed to be the darkest, and the first two were made to contrast it.

Regarding Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, some remakes are better than the original. Homer's version of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" for example. :p

toms
04-29-2005, 09:40 AM
Kingdom of heaven has no appeal to me... it looks like galdiator 2 meets Two Towers... but with the racist undertones of Black Hawk Down and Orlando Bloom (who is too lightweight to carry a movie)

I may watch hitchhiker's tonight, so i'll see about that one soon enough.

ROTS is alternating between looking cool and looking terrible with every peice of new i hear about it. I suspect it will follow GL's current philosophy of "hey dude, wouldn't it be cool if..." though and have nothing behind the gloss. So i just hope the gloss is good.

War of the Worlds really has no appeal at the moment... it looks too much like independence day. Still, spielberg doesn't usually disappoint so it may have some hidden depths.

Charlie and the Chocolate factory could be very cool, though i've seen ZERO info on it.

Fantastic Four looks terrible... like naother catwoman or elektra.

Batman Begins looks to be very cool. Though i think i heard it isn't coming out until november! WTF! They have been showing trailers for years now!

Spider AL
04-29-2005, 09:55 AM
People who fear it will be a repeat of episode 1 should consider that the third episode is supposed to be the darkest, and the first two were made to contrast it.Oh, I see, the first two were intentionally made into steaming piles of crap, in order to make this new film seem better? :D

Batman Begins looks to be very cool. Though i think i heard it isn't coming out until november! WTF!June 17th in the US I think. 22nd in the UK.

Neverhoodian
04-29-2005, 02:08 PM
A modern movie adaptation of War of the Worlds is a good idea, but I'm skeptical about this one. I despise Spielburg's depictions of families, with smart@ss, know-it-all kids and clueless parents who have no disciplinary skills whatsoever. After watching a few trailers, I did not see a single solitary alien being, starship or war machine, just a father and daughter running and hiding and buildings that just seemed to spontaneously combust. :rolleyes:

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy sounds intriguing, but I'm wondering if the movie is done in a way that will allow those of us who are unfamiliar with the story (me) to appreciate it.

StormHammer
04-29-2005, 04:38 PM
I'm actually quite intrigued by Night Watch (http://www.apple.com/trailers/fox_searchlight/night_watch/) after watching the trailer.

I'll have to see ROTS for completion if nothing else.

I'll probably see the Hitchhiker film too, just to see how bad (or good) it is.

The jury is still out on the Spielberg adaptation of WOTW. Maybe I will succumb...maybe not. I'm sick of the old 'split up family let's get together' again crap, though.

Can't say I've been interested in any of the Batman movies, so I've no real interest in the next installment.

Kingdom of Heaven - maybe. Ridley Scott used to make good films, so maybe he's returned to form with this.

Remakes? God it's depressing. Take a classic and 'revisualise' (ie ruin) it. :rolleyes:

As if there weren't enough great SF and Fantasy novels out there just crying out for an adaptation to the big screen.

A Scanner Darkly (http://www.apple.com/trailers/warner_independent_pictures/a_scanner_darkly.html) might also be interesting (Philip Dick's novels usually translate pretty well to the big screen). If it maintains that visual style throughout, it would at least be aesthetically different. Although, I'm not too fussed on Keanu Reeves.

Spider AL
04-29-2005, 05:25 PM
Can't say I've been interested in any of the Batman movies, so I've no real interest in the next installment.Worth noting that this Batman film is deliberately drawing its style, plot and characters from the comics, something NONE of the previous films did. So if you're not interested in Batman full stop, you won't be interested in the film.

But if you liked the comics... well, you may be in for a pleasant surprise.

tags
04-30-2005, 12:31 AM
Originally posted by ET Warrior
Well I saw my movie to tide me over till Star Wars...


Kung Fu Hustle.


Seriously, if anyone hasn't seen Kung Fu Hustle.....get off your ass. You're gonna want to see it.

I second that statement!!

STTCT
04-30-2005, 01:48 AM
Madagascar.......

Lady Jedi
04-30-2005, 01:55 AM
Originally posted by STTCT
Madagascar.......

OH! How could I forget that one? I reeealy want to see that. :D

narfblat
04-30-2005, 02:06 AM
Originally posted by Spider AL
Oh, I see, the first two were intentionally made into steaming piles of crap, in order to make this new film seem better? :D There are some people who liked the first two. They're crazy!

Seriously though, the crappy stuff from the others, like the romance and Gungans, shouldn't be much of this movie.

Rogue15
04-30-2005, 04:23 AM
I'm looking foreward to

Revenge of the Sith
War of the Worlds
Chronicles of Narnia

El Sitherino
04-30-2005, 05:12 AM
I just got back from Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy, I liked it. Wasn't really what I remember from the books (although I haven't read them in a long while).

Anyway, the movie I'm most intent on seeing is Episode III. I suppose I'm in a fanboy minority in saying that I have enjoyed the prequels.

Astrotoy7
04-30-2005, 07:08 AM
Originally posted by Mike Windu
*sigh*

So many cskeptics about new adaptations... :p

Still don't see why you can't just take the movie as is and treat it as a new film. Might enjoy it more.

Your talkin about Spider man, a guy who'd boo-hoo the dialogue on the VHS of his first-borns birthday party :p

SkinWalker
04-30-2005, 01:50 PM
I'm looking forward to ROTS, of course, but there's a few others that I'd like to see. I just saw Sahara and it ruled, but I'm a big Clive Cussler fan and a budding archaeologist....

I'm looking forward to seeing Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, particularly since the original series from the BBC basically sucked. I was glad to have read the book first as a teen and again as an adult some years later. With modern special effects capabilities, this new adaptation should suck much less.

Monster-in-Law looks interesting, even though Jay Lo can't act for beans... but Jane Fonda is accomplished enough to make up for it, and it's her first film in 15 years.

I'm interested in seeing what Spielberg has done with the new adaptation of War of the Worlds. Tom Cruise and Tim Robbins along with Spielberg make for a winning combination, particularly if the effects are done right.

The Ballad of Jack and Rose (http://www.ifcfilms.com/ifcfilms?CAT0=3127&CAT1=6346&SHID=19905&AID=11107&CLR=red&BCLR=) promises to be an award winner, but Indy Films probably don't play well with the Swampie Crowd. Still, it stars Daniel Day Lewis -a dynamite actor who is completely under-rated.

Mike Windu
04-30-2005, 03:34 PM
Originally posted by Astrotoy7
Your talkin about Spider man, a guy who'd boo-hoo the dialogue on the VHS of his first-borns birthday party :p

Wow. You lost me completely.

Damn Ozzie :p

EDIT: Spider Al, man. Not spider-man >_> I gotcha...

Oh, and Madagascar is going to own.

the_raven_03
04-30-2005, 05:01 PM
I think Madagascar is not going to be any good. I am usually up for seeing movies of its sort, but this one just looks cheesy to me.

There are plenty of movies that I am excited to see. Batman Begins, Revenge of the Sith, Wedding Crashers, Kicking and Screaming, Bewitched, and on and on.

I am a sucker for movies so there are a lot that I will probably see.

ET Warrior
04-30-2005, 05:36 PM
Madagascar could be pretty good....mostly for the penguins...those penguins are awesome.

Mike Windu
05-01-2005, 11:31 AM
Gawd. I'm going to love Madagascar.

The trailers have been so awesome.

"Hey little guy."

*cries*

Spider AL
05-01-2005, 03:40 PM
Kingdom of heaven has no appeal to me... it looks like galdiator 2 meets Two Towers... but with the racist undertonesYou're getting a bit extreme there. The whole POINT of the crusades was that they were racially and religiously motivated wars. Any film dealing with the crusades will therefore have to reflect those attitudes, and it's not written anywhere that historical filmmakers have to start condemning history. They just have to show it.

Your talkin about Spider man, a guy who'd boo-hoo the dialogue on the VHS of his first-borns birthday party Ad hominem, go directly to Jail, do not pass Go, do not collect £200.

I just saw Sahara and it ruled,Sahara was THE BEST swashbuckling action film I've seen since... oh, the early 1990s. It was extremely enjoyable, and they managed to make the two American leads anarchic and sympathetic even to a neoconservative-o-phobe like myself. Good show.

El Sitherino
05-01-2005, 05:15 PM
I didn't really like Sahara, but that's probably due to all the people telling me "It's just like Indiana Jones".

So when I saw it, I was disappointed that it felt nothing like Indy.

Redwing
05-01-2005, 05:34 PM
No good (-seeming) movies??

* Revenge of the Sith
* The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
* Batman Begins
* Kingdom of Heaven
* War of the Worlds
* Unleashed
* Serenity
* Mr. and Mrs. Smith
* Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

And that's just what comes to mind off the top of my head... XD

El Sitherino
05-01-2005, 05:52 PM
Originally posted by Redwing
* Kingdom Come That's not a new movie. It's 4 years old.

Lightsaberboy
05-01-2005, 07:20 PM
Originally posted by InsaneSith
That's not a new movie. It's 4 years old.

I think he meant Kingdom of Heaven

ET Warrior
05-01-2005, 11:51 PM
Originally posted by Spider AL
You're getting a bit extreme there. The whole POINT of the crusades was that they were racially and religiously motivated wars. Any film dealing with the crusades will therefore have to reflect those attitudes, and it's not written anywhere that historical filmmakers have to start condemning history. They just have to show it.

Though it seems from the previews that they ARE going to skew the facts, and it seems that they are presenting one of the sides as innocent and merely trying to defend themselves from oppressive invaders.

Which is pretty ridiculous considering the way the Crusades went.

Spider AL
05-02-2005, 07:54 PM
I know what you're saying ET, but a: I'm not sure we can judge from the previews what the actual tone of the film will be, and b: it's important to remember that the invading Christian force DID think of themselves as righteous, so any film told from their point of view should reflect that accurately and leave it up to an educated audience to take whatever moral position they wish.

If they DO start revising history in the final product, that's a different matter of course.

El Sitherino
05-02-2005, 07:58 PM
The problem is some people will think everything expressed in the movie is fact. Like a lot of the people that saw gladiator and thought it was a real telling of Roman history.

Spider AL
05-02-2005, 08:04 PM
Heh. Well as much as that is regrettable, I wouldn't want film media to become geared only towards educating the illiterate masses... would you? Fiction's fiction. Those who can't tell the difference really should read a book or two.

El Sitherino
05-02-2005, 08:08 PM
True, but if you look at current trends and popular people. Education isn't really a priority in people's lives. Media is pretty much the only way to get to the majority these days.

So some bit of education would be nice.

ET Warrior
05-02-2005, 08:12 PM
Originally posted by Spider AL
I know what you're saying ET, but a: I'm not sure we can judge from the previews what the actual tone of the film will be, and b: it's important to remember that the invading Christian force DID think of themselves as righteous, so any film told from their point of view should reflect that accurately .

A good point of course.

does anyone know WHICH crusade they're depicting in this film? Because if it's the first crusades...methinks they'll probably avoid showing what the Christians did after they sacked the city...;)

Mike Windu
05-02-2005, 08:12 PM
Besides, think of how many religious fanatics will be crusading door to door with plastic swords after this movie... :p

Spider AL
05-02-2005, 08:23 PM
So some bit of education would be nice.I guess so. I'd rather pay to see a good movie than pay to educate the filthy masses though, after all... they're irredeemable! :D

But as I said before, if the movie is neoconservative propaganda it's evil, (like Black Hawk Down) but if it's just harmless fiction (Like Gladiator) it's fine and dandy.

does anyone know WHICH crusade they're depicting in this film? Because if it's the first crusadesStart of the third, I heard somewhere. Also read that Saladin's not the "villain", which is promising.

lukeiamyourdad
05-02-2005, 08:24 PM
Kingdom of Heaven is situated between the second and third Crusade(considering Saladin is taking the city).

It is the muslim who are going to enter the city and I do hope that they stick to what is right and that there was NO slaughter when Saladin entered.

The movie tries to show the conflict between various Christian organizations rather then demonizing the muslims.

I feared that too, haven't seen the movie yet, but from the reviews, there seems to be an idolization of the muslims as noble and civilized men and the Christians as mere angry beasts.

We can easily see it by the inclusion of Raynald de Chatillon, a french pirate that provoked the muslims.

Though the movie is really historically unnaccurate with Sibylla and Guy de Lusignan. It's for the sake of a love story between Balian and her but still, Sibylla didn't hate Guy.

Spider AL
05-02-2005, 08:28 PM
there seems to be an idolization of the muslims as noble and civilized men and the Christians as mere angry beasts.That's not what the scenes from the trailers imply, thank goodness. Men have been ignoble and evil, but beasts? Nope.

lukeiamyourdad
05-02-2005, 08:33 PM
:dozey: It was my attempt at doing a metaphor...

I do agree that the trailer doesn't hint to anything good for the muslims with the way Jerusalem is bombarded, which is also pretty innacurate. From one part of the trailer, we can see a devastated Jerusalem. If I recall, Saladin tried very hard not to damage the walls of Jerusalem.

There was also the charge of a few heroic Christians against what seemed to be the entire Saracen Cavalry. Doesn't help either.

I had many doubts before reading the reviews.

And knowing that a Syrian actor accepted to play Saladin, I don't think any self-respecting arab would ever give a false impression of perhaps their greatest leader(aside from Mohammed, but that's another story).

El Sitherino
05-02-2005, 08:34 PM
True enough. I still worry though.

Spider AL
05-02-2005, 08:36 PM
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lukeiamyourdad
05-02-2005, 08:37 PM
I hate you.

And I said attempt.

toms
05-03-2005, 10:34 AM
Originally posted by Spider AL
You're getting a bit extreme there. The whole POINT of the crusades was that they were racially and religiously motivated wars. Any film dealing with the crusades will therefore have to reflect those attitudes, and it's not written anywhere that historical filmmakers have to start condemning history. They just have to show it.

Maybe. The trailers have definately been designed to appeal to the "bush-voter" demographic though. And Black Hawk Down, while a great film, had some very dubious undetones. That said, i heard a review that said that, despite the trailers, the film basically portrays the muslims as the good guys. Not sure how true that is either. Also just don't think orlando bloom has enough weight to carry a film.


Sahara was THE BEST swashbuckling action film I've seen since... oh, the early 1990s. It was extremely enjoyable..
Really? It was very enjoyable, but they turned it into more of a comedy than a "swashbuckling action film". In-fact it only really had one decent action scene (on the boats) and reminded me totally (in pacing, plot and characters) of American Treasure. Another enjoyable but forgettable action comedy.
PS/ Watch pirates of the carribean ;)

Madagascar looks fairly pants to me. Bit like robots. I think the fact that the first 6 or 7 3D animated films were all awesome has made people think that is due to the medium... when in fact it was because the plots and characters were great. Recently we've had Polar Express, Robots, Valiant, etc.. and it has become clear that just because a film is 3d computer graphics it isn't going to be another monsters inc.

I watched Hitchhiker's Guide last thursday. It was average. Mildly funny. Bit rushed. Maybe not quite as good as tv series. Good graphic design though. Put a more detailed review in the hitchhickers thread.

lukeiamyourdad
05-03-2005, 11:50 AM
Bloom HAS the weight to carry a film...not one where he plays a big knight.

I mean, every other actor fits the part of a knight, but Bloom is too thin and not burly enough to be a credible 12th century knight.

He should've played an archer again :p

Redwing
05-03-2005, 04:06 PM
Originally posted by Lightsaberboy
I think he meant Kingdom of Heaven

Yeah. XD;

Yom
05-04-2005, 12:52 AM
AHHH kingdom of heven look so pitty...but i have to go with War of the Worlds. even though i am not thrilled about Mr. Cruse what looks to be the leed role. but beside that. i think the one movie that i think will beat them all. The Island :drop: the eye candy all around with out of dought... but then again there are alot of what looks to be great movies. so let the best movie win in the box office. ;) oh yeah dont forget Willy Wonka. WEEE

Darth Groovy
05-04-2005, 01:16 AM
Originally posted by Yom
AHHH kingdom of heven look so pitty...but i have to go with War of the Worlds. even though i am not thrilled about Mr. Cruse what looks to be the leed role. but beside that. i think the one movie that i think will beat them all. The Island :drop: the eye candy all around with out of dought... but then again there are alot of what looks to be great movies. so let the best movie win in the box office. ;) oh yeah dont forget Willy Wonka. WEEE

OMFG.....YOM?!?!?!?!? :drop2:

Bitch, get your ass back in the kitchen and make me my sandwich you promised me two years ago....:mad:

JK how's it been mang?!:p

Yom
05-04-2005, 01:32 AM
Originally posted by Darth Groovy
OMFG.....YOM?!?!?!?!? :drop2:

Bitch, get your ass back in the kitchen and make me my sandwich you promised me two years ago....:mad:

JK how's it been mang?!:p



well buddy its been long as hell but i been making every one eals in the world there food i sorry but i will get to the sanswich and shove it down your throut.

I kidd. I kidd. ;) man its been a long time with work and a girl friend for the past 2 years life is bissy and has been some what good to me and now i am working with little time to do mutch of any thing. so now i come to psend some time i do have with you guys tonight.


but how the hella are you. what have u been doing.


oh by the way where my old box...:confused: ;)

Darth Groovy
05-04-2005, 03:20 AM
Originally posted by Yom
well buddy its been long as hell but i been making every one eals in the world there food i sorry but i will get to the sanswich and shove it down your throut.

I kidd. I kidd. ;) man its been a long time with work and a girl friend for the past 2 years life is bissy and has been some what good to me and now i am working with little time to do mutch of any thing. so now i come to psend some time i do have with you guys tonight.


but how the hella are you. what have u been doing.


oh by the way where my old box...:confused: ;)

Box? What box? They shut the LFJA down about a year ago. Obi and I drive bye once in a while and poor out a little liquor where it used to be. Hope you didn't leave any valubles. :p