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SuperHyperCrazy

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Interests: Moonlit walks on the beach
Date Signed Up:9/19/2009
Last Login:5/23/2015
Location:California USA
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I haven't changed my profile in a while. Fuck man. Anyway, hello visitor, and welcome! There's not much to see here, but enjoy it anyway!

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#111 - Picture 05/10/2015 on Me At My Finals 0
#125 - Amen. The first thing I thought at the end was " Really? "  [+] (1 new reply) 05/09/2015 on love +1
User avatar #128 - dvdfaust (05/09/2015) [-]
I'm okay with a feels post but we need some sort of emotional connection... immediately opening with the mother's death undercuts a lot of that.
#162 - I couldn't do it. I don't know why but I think cockroaches are…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/09/2015 on $75 Mil to chill with roaches +3
User avatar #169 - honzo (05/09/2015) [-]
maybe it's because they live and feed off of garbage and infest absolutely everything you love
#45 - It was't even necessary, she chose all of the above. 05/08/2015 on well played +4
#110 - Sounds like I need to do me some acid  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2015 on Enjoy Your Trip 0
User avatar #112 - johndapro (05/08/2015) [-]
Yeh man it can be pretty awesome if you're mentally prepared. One tab is enough for a good trip first trip, sure you might not see what's in the gif I posted but what will be going on in your head will be more then enough. Also, blankets are underrated and seriously the best thing to have around when tripping.
#107 - From FJ'er to FJ'er what the **** is it?  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2015 on daily hue's 0
#108 - geminiousofohara (05/08/2015) [-]
pop scare
like the maze test
#156 - Man that was good **** 05/08/2015 on The daddy +3
#120 - At that point, I think it boils down to you as a viewer. When …  [+] (1 new reply) 05/08/2015 on Scarlett Johansson 0
User avatar #121 - tkfourtwoone (05/08/2015) [-]
Dude, long story short - seen "Drive"? THAT is how you act, and act good.

I consider Ryan Gosling to be one of the few promising talents under the age of 40. Very nice example in "Drive" since he barely talks and most of what he projects are through his face & eyes.
#117 - Dude, you keep mentioning other things. No one said anything a…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/07/2015 on Scarlett Johansson 0
User avatar #119 - tkfourtwoone (05/07/2015) [-]
"what makes a great actress is how she performs" - Period

"What about when she's crying, laughing, reacting, improvising, monologuing, or you know, doing ANYTHING ELSE that actors and actresses do in movies?"
You're also forgetting the ability to EXPRESS something (an emotion, an idea), especially through the eyes/eye-contact.
Yeah, and all that has to be believable. Make you forget that you're watching an ACT. Make you believe that the person in front of you IS the character.
You know, basic acting stuff!

Or I'm sorry, but someone like SJ is not believable in any fucking way, under any figment of imagination.

Seriously, look up actual good movies with great actors/actresses. Grow some sense of standards.

P.S.: Oh, and since we're talking about believable performances - I really hope (wishful thinking tho) you're not of the DiCaprio fanboys that actually believes that man deserves an Oscar. No, he does not. Yes, he's a good actor - but at the same time it's also extremely visible for anyone with working synapses that he's TRYING TOO HARD. It's not a natural performance. Most of his "top notch moments" are visibly forced (cue the "Django" glass cut scene). Then compare it to someone like, IDK, Gary Oldamn - who's believable and natural in pretty much anything he does.
User avatar #120 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/08/2015) [-]
At that point, I think it boils down to you as a viewer. When I watch American Hustle or the Silver Linings Playbook, I don't just see Jennifer Lawrence; I see the character she's playing. You probably don't because you dislike her so much. I'm sure people out there only see Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, despite her acting skills.

Once again, I point to SJ's role in Her if you think she's "not believable."

And yeah you're right, maybe I should stop watching the Hunger Games and the Avengers over and over. Because I'm defending the actresses in those movies, they must be the only ones I've ever watched, right? I must not have seen anything "good." That'd be so uncool of me.

I do think Leo should have an Oscar, but your definition of forced acting or overacting seems to be a little off. Very few people could have played his character as well and as naturally as he did in The Wolf of Wall Street , and since you want to target Django, I'd like to remind you that his character was supposed to played that way--loud and slightly psychotic. It didn't feel forced to me nor the majority of the audience.
Right now, it seems like you're just against every actor under the age of 50.
User avatar #121 - tkfourtwoone (05/08/2015) [-]
Dude, long story short - seen "Drive"? THAT is how you act, and act good.

I consider Ryan Gosling to be one of the few promising talents under the age of 40. Very nice example in "Drive" since he barely talks and most of what he projects are through his face & eyes.
#247 - The real question was how is that an activity? 05/06/2015 on What are they? 0
#114 - I'd like to point out that I did not once mention the Oscars; …  [+] (5 new replies) 05/06/2015 on Scarlett Johansson 0
User avatar #115 - tkfourtwoone (05/07/2015) [-]
Yes, I have seen the shit JL was been in. And each and every time, not only is there absolutely no suspension of disbelief, but I just want to punch & kick her idiotic bovine mug over and over again - she literally has one of THE most "dumb pork" expressions I have ever seen.

And NO, she is not a great actress - maybe you should see movies with actual great actresses from time to time. And no, Mila Kunis or IDK what other recent starlette are NOT "great actresses".

What next, you're gonna tell me Ryan fucking Reynolds is actually brilliant, right?!
User avatar #117 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/07/2015) [-]
Dude, you keep mentioning other things. No one said anything about Mila Kunis. If we're going to talk about Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson, let's stick to them, yeah?

Basically, what I'm gathering here is that, in your opinion, what makes a great actress is how she performs in moments where she needs to show suspension or disbelief? What about when she's crying, laughing, reacting, improvising, monologuing, or you know, doing ANYTHING ELSE that actors and actresses do in movies?
User avatar #119 - tkfourtwoone (05/07/2015) [-]
"what makes a great actress is how she performs" - Period

"What about when she's crying, laughing, reacting, improvising, monologuing, or you know, doing ANYTHING ELSE that actors and actresses do in movies?"
You're also forgetting the ability to EXPRESS something (an emotion, an idea), especially through the eyes/eye-contact.
Yeah, and all that has to be believable. Make you forget that you're watching an ACT. Make you believe that the person in front of you IS the character.
You know, basic acting stuff!

Or I'm sorry, but someone like SJ is not believable in any fucking way, under any figment of imagination.

Seriously, look up actual good movies with great actors/actresses. Grow some sense of standards.

P.S.: Oh, and since we're talking about believable performances - I really hope (wishful thinking tho) you're not of the DiCaprio fanboys that actually believes that man deserves an Oscar. No, he does not. Yes, he's a good actor - but at the same time it's also extremely visible for anyone with working synapses that he's TRYING TOO HARD. It's not a natural performance. Most of his "top notch moments" are visibly forced (cue the "Django" glass cut scene). Then compare it to someone like, IDK, Gary Oldamn - who's believable and natural in pretty much anything he does.
User avatar #120 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/08/2015) [-]
At that point, I think it boils down to you as a viewer. When I watch American Hustle or the Silver Linings Playbook, I don't just see Jennifer Lawrence; I see the character she's playing. You probably don't because you dislike her so much. I'm sure people out there only see Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, despite her acting skills.

Once again, I point to SJ's role in Her if you think she's "not believable."

And yeah you're right, maybe I should stop watching the Hunger Games and the Avengers over and over. Because I'm defending the actresses in those movies, they must be the only ones I've ever watched, right? I must not have seen anything "good." That'd be so uncool of me.

I do think Leo should have an Oscar, but your definition of forced acting or overacting seems to be a little off. Very few people could have played his character as well and as naturally as he did in The Wolf of Wall Street , and since you want to target Django, I'd like to remind you that his character was supposed to played that way--loud and slightly psychotic. It didn't feel forced to me nor the majority of the audience.
Right now, it seems like you're just against every actor under the age of 50.
User avatar #121 - tkfourtwoone (05/08/2015) [-]
Dude, long story short - seen "Drive"? THAT is how you act, and act good.

I consider Ryan Gosling to be one of the few promising talents under the age of 40. Very nice example in "Drive" since he barely talks and most of what he projects are through his face & eyes.
#91 - You're crazy dude. Scarlett Johansson is a great actress and s…  [+] (8 new replies) 05/06/2015 on Scarlett Johansson 0
User avatar #95 - tkfourtwoone (05/06/2015) [-]
Furthermore, JLawrence has 2 Oscars. For absolutely no fucking reason whatsoever.
Fucking Sigourney Weaver, Julianne Moore or Audrey Tautou have no Oscars, yet apparently the Academy considers a zero-talent broad like JLaw to be 2x the actress those huge fucking legends are.

So don't give me that crap about "being nominated for", they'd be nominating a goddamn flower pot these days.
User avatar #114 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/06/2015) [-]
I'd like to point out that I did not once mention the Oscars; I disagree with the Academy half the time myself.
But have you seen the shit Jennifer Lawrence has been in? You're completely wrong to say that she has "zero talent," even from your standpoint. She's a great actress, and she wouldn't keep appearing in award-winning movies if she wasn't.
User avatar #115 - tkfourtwoone (05/07/2015) [-]
Yes, I have seen the shit JL was been in. And each and every time, not only is there absolutely no suspension of disbelief, but I just want to punch & kick her idiotic bovine mug over and over again - she literally has one of THE most "dumb pork" expressions I have ever seen.

And NO, she is not a great actress - maybe you should see movies with actual great actresses from time to time. And no, Mila Kunis or IDK what other recent starlette are NOT "great actresses".

What next, you're gonna tell me Ryan fucking Reynolds is actually brilliant, right?!
User avatar #117 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/07/2015) [-]
Dude, you keep mentioning other things. No one said anything about Mila Kunis. If we're going to talk about Jennifer Lawrence or Scarlett Johansson, let's stick to them, yeah?

Basically, what I'm gathering here is that, in your opinion, what makes a great actress is how she performs in moments where she needs to show suspension or disbelief? What about when she's crying, laughing, reacting, improvising, monologuing, or you know, doing ANYTHING ELSE that actors and actresses do in movies?
User avatar #119 - tkfourtwoone (05/07/2015) [-]
"what makes a great actress is how she performs" - Period

"What about when she's crying, laughing, reacting, improvising, monologuing, or you know, doing ANYTHING ELSE that actors and actresses do in movies?"
You're also forgetting the ability to EXPRESS something (an emotion, an idea), especially through the eyes/eye-contact.
Yeah, and all that has to be believable. Make you forget that you're watching an ACT. Make you believe that the person in front of you IS the character.
You know, basic acting stuff!

Or I'm sorry, but someone like SJ is not believable in any fucking way, under any figment of imagination.

Seriously, look up actual good movies with great actors/actresses. Grow some sense of standards.

P.S.: Oh, and since we're talking about believable performances - I really hope (wishful thinking tho) you're not of the DiCaprio fanboys that actually believes that man deserves an Oscar. No, he does not. Yes, he's a good actor - but at the same time it's also extremely visible for anyone with working synapses that he's TRYING TOO HARD. It's not a natural performance. Most of his "top notch moments" are visibly forced (cue the "Django" glass cut scene). Then compare it to someone like, IDK, Gary Oldamn - who's believable and natural in pretty much anything he does.
User avatar #120 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/08/2015) [-]
At that point, I think it boils down to you as a viewer. When I watch American Hustle or the Silver Linings Playbook, I don't just see Jennifer Lawrence; I see the character she's playing. You probably don't because you dislike her so much. I'm sure people out there only see Sigourney Weaver as Ripley, despite her acting skills.

Once again, I point to SJ's role in Her if you think she's "not believable."

And yeah you're right, maybe I should stop watching the Hunger Games and the Avengers over and over. Because I'm defending the actresses in those movies, they must be the only ones I've ever watched, right? I must not have seen anything "good." That'd be so uncool of me.

I do think Leo should have an Oscar, but your definition of forced acting or overacting seems to be a little off. Very few people could have played his character as well and as naturally as he did in The Wolf of Wall Street , and since you want to target Django, I'd like to remind you that his character was supposed to played that way--loud and slightly psychotic. It didn't feel forced to me nor the majority of the audience.
Right now, it seems like you're just against every actor under the age of 50.
User avatar #121 - tkfourtwoone (05/08/2015) [-]
Dude, long story short - seen "Drive"? THAT is how you act, and act good.

I consider Ryan Gosling to be one of the few promising talents under the age of 40. Very nice example in "Drive" since he barely talks and most of what he projects are through his face & eyes.
User avatar #93 - tkfourtwoone (05/06/2015) [-]
"Scarlett Johansson is a great actress"

Dude, reality check, please!
#184 - What the **** is copdodging  [+] (3 new replies) 05/06/2015 on What are they? 0
#214 - lonerstonerr (05/06/2015) [-]
Uh. I'm gonna guess dodging cops.
User avatar #247 - SuperHyperCrazy (05/06/2015) [-]
The real question was how is that an activity?
#220 - oinos (05/06/2015) [-]
You, sir, are a brilliant motherfucker. Imma turn to you for all my questions about this shit from now on. Keep me posted.
#93 - I thought Avengers 2 was actually pretty good, a lot better th… 05/03/2015 on Defiance Beelzebub 0
#190 - Dude, you clearly did not get the message of **** 05/03/2015 on Delusional Artists Comp 0
#57 - how can you hate dogs 05/03/2015 on Doge -1
#61 - To be fair, he did say radical feminists, which makes it a… 05/01/2015 on Pretty Accurate +3
#231 - It's only 4 in the afternoon 05/01/2015 on Asian girls +5
#225 - Picture 05/01/2015 on Asian girls +2
#134 - That's such a Boromir thing to say 05/01/2015 on blumtr +1
#314 - I know it's not necessarily the same, but Isn't that why there…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/01/2015 on That logic though! 0
User avatar #319 - iridium (05/01/2015) [-]
Partially. There are a lot of reasons, but that's a big one.

Others include hours worked, time taken off (women take more leaves, pregnancy and whatnot), and the likelihood of negotiating salary.
#30 - I wish I loved a movie to memorize a monologue like that (if y…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/01/2015 on This guy.. 0
User avatar #48 - hapasan (05/01/2015) [-]
I love this movie. I saw it as a little kid, and I hated it (obviously, kids aren't going to like it). When I got older, I saw it again and really liked it.
Honestly, I remembered most of the quote, but I actually forgot the beginning part (from Man to squandered). I pretty much got everything else. I always double-check quotes when I post them though, so I don't sound like an idiot. (last quote I posted was from Good-Will hunting, the "I'll fuckin kill ya" quote)
#155 - time for my two-cents **** man, I fel… 05/01/2015 on Crime Spree 0
#113 - Agreed. All their songs sound more or less the same now 04/30/2015 on Good guys maroon 5 0
#605 - hardly anyone I'm not saying everyone gets it jus…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/28/2015 on Pot Facts 0
User avatar #609 - Counttopotato (04/28/2015) [-]
Didn't mean to get defensive, I have 3 friends who also have a green card, and only one of them actually has any kind of condition to treat, people really do get a license just to be able to get higher quality weed at a deep discount. I just hate feeling like I'm being clumped with them.

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User avatar #12 - moralpolice (03/30/2012) [-]
You're amazing, and everyone feels more amazing when someone tells them they are, and chances are, you should feel more amazing than you do.

Stay cheerful, my friend
;)
#7 - bobJML (08/08/2011) [-]
Sup?
Sup?
#8 to #8 - SuperHyperCrazy (08/08/2011) [-]
Nice moves
Nice moves
#9 to #9 - bobJML (09/01/2011) [-]
I don't remember what I posted :(
I don't remember what I posted :(
User avatar #10 to #10 - SuperHyperCrazy (01/03/2012) [-]
It's been 3 months and this hasn't expired...GOD
User avatar #11 to #11 - bobJML (01/03/2012) [-]
I think Steve Urkel deleted the image expiring thing.
User avatar #5 - ihavenoname (09/11/2010) [-]
i didnt mean to delete your comment! sorry, i meant to delete another one! i feel bad
User avatar #6 to #6 - SuperHyperCrazy (09/11/2010) [-]
haha its kool man
#2 - anonymous (03/14/2010) [-]
ingore ignorant people. dont let anyone put you down
User avatar #1 - kerorogundam (12/13/2009) [-]
u think my pic ( Science! ) is not funny? well at least i got pic not like u bitch
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