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kingkittan

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Age: 20
Date Signed Up:1/29/2011
Last Login:7/26/2016
Location:Den Haag
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#1 - That's pretty darn edgy my b 02/08/2016 on god 0
#70 - So... did whoever write this genuinely believe this was ground…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/04/2016 on The end of +8
#202 - anon (02/05/2016) [-]
Seeing how the image has been compressed to hell and back, I think quite a few people did.
#1 - This is cancer. 01/23/2016 on If I haven't seen it, it's... 0
#131 - **kingkittan used "*roll 2, 0-9*"** **kingkittan rolls 2** … 01/22/2016 on Find your sith name 0
#68 - You cant genuinely try telling me there was no emotion in some…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/13/2016 on Darth Maul kills it with... +9
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#71 - TehFunnyMan (01/13/2016) [-]
For the first three minutes, sure. But then it devolves into fifteen more minutes of pointless crap. All the running and swinging and lava spurts are just there to trick you into thinking it's a fun, exciting struggle, when it's not supposed to be at all. It's the emotional high point of the movie; two old friends, Master and Apprentice, in a desperate, rage fueled fight to the death. It isn't about how cool this exploding planet looks, and as a result, emotion is lost in the visuals
#87 - kewlkrayfish (01/13/2016) [-]
And you think that people who are swinging around weightless plasma cutters, whilst being endowed with the ability to perform supernatural feats of acrobatics and reflexive movements should just bash away at each other like two desperate medieval knights?
#86 - drewjitsu (01/13/2016) [-]
I'm still uncertain as to why it can't be both? Watch Thrall vs. Garrosh. That shit was intense and he used a huge Earth hand and a fucking Lightning bolt to the brain. Awesome and Emotional are not mutually exclusive.
#88 - TehFunnyMan (01/13/2016) [-]
It can absolutely be both. The best lightsaber fight in the whole series is Luke vs. Vader on Bespin. The entire movie had been leading up to that point, and the second Luke steps onto Cloud City, the tension builds. Han had just been frozen, everyone's sad, the threat of Vader is paramount. When they start fighting in that carbonite chamber, it's atmospheric as fuck. All the smoke, and the quiet, and then just the silhouette of Vader. That's true intensity brought on by talented film making. And their fight goes from room to room, and they throw shit at each other, Vader's menacing the entire time, it's fantastic. It's fantastic because we care; not because there's loud noises and flashing lights.
#64 - It's a damn shame the new movie didn't even take SOME of the g…  [+] (10 new replies) 01/13/2016 on Darth Maul kills it with... 0
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#67 - TehFunnyMan (01/13/2016) [-]
Highly polished, sterile, choreographed-to-fuck "fights" are not amazing. They're flashy, pointless spectacles that only entertain children and idiots. It's about the emotion and reason behind the fight, not how pretty the lights are.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0mUVY9fLlw
#90 - toboz (01/13/2016) [-]
No thanks.
I dont want shitty choregraphy from the prequels were they randomly slash at each other or from the OT where they are slow like a snail and smash like retards at each other.

I want my epic space wizards to be the epic space wizards they are.
Aka SWTOR trailers, the only ones that got it right.
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#129 - koolkidkonnor (01/13/2016) [-]
YEEES. amen brother
#85 - drewjitsu (01/13/2016) [-]
Both would be preferable, no? I mean, they're not mutually exclusive concepts. Good story + good action = win. Well choreographed fights are entertaining for a variety of reasons that don't involve idiocy nor infancy, that's a silly thing to say. For instance, I'd rather have my movies packed with action because a good story requires an investment (time) in the product. The story has to be developed and you have to sit through all of that development to fully enjoy it. I can't do that. I need to be doing a few things and cycling rapidly between them. Usually I go with watching Netflix while going back and forth between computer games and piano practice. Flashy combat happens quickly so it doesn't require my full attention at all times. Therefore, I prefer it. Not an idiot, not a child.
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#68 - kingkittan (01/13/2016) [-]
You cant genuinely try telling me there was no emotion in some of the fights from the prequels. Did you even watch Revenge of the Sith?
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#71 - TehFunnyMan (01/13/2016) [-]
For the first three minutes, sure. But then it devolves into fifteen more minutes of pointless crap. All the running and swinging and lava spurts are just there to trick you into thinking it's a fun, exciting struggle, when it's not supposed to be at all. It's the emotional high point of the movie; two old friends, Master and Apprentice, in a desperate, rage fueled fight to the death. It isn't about how cool this exploding planet looks, and as a result, emotion is lost in the visuals
#87 - kewlkrayfish (01/13/2016) [-]
And you think that people who are swinging around weightless plasma cutters, whilst being endowed with the ability to perform supernatural feats of acrobatics and reflexive movements should just bash away at each other like two desperate medieval knights?
#86 - drewjitsu (01/13/2016) [-]
I'm still uncertain as to why it can't be both? Watch Thrall vs. Garrosh. That shit was intense and he used a huge Earth hand and a fucking Lightning bolt to the brain. Awesome and Emotional are not mutually exclusive.
#88 - TehFunnyMan (01/13/2016) [-]
It can absolutely be both. The best lightsaber fight in the whole series is Luke vs. Vader on Bespin. The entire movie had been leading up to that point, and the second Luke steps onto Cloud City, the tension builds. Han had just been frozen, everyone's sad, the threat of Vader is paramount. When they start fighting in that carbonite chamber, it's atmospheric as fuck. All the smoke, and the quiet, and then just the silhouette of Vader. That's true intensity brought on by talented film making. And their fight goes from room to room, and they throw shit at each other, Vader's menacing the entire time, it's fantastic. It's fantastic because we care; not because there's loud noises and flashing lights.
#1272 - **kingkittan used "*roll picture*"** **kingkittan rolled image ** 01/09/2016 on MEMES falling from the sky! 0
#309 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 12/01/2015 on Anyone want to share secrets? 0
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#337 - itskennyandjosh (12/01/2015) [-]
Just try to be obsessive about the relationship, get lazy or just stop acting like you love her so she'd break up with you, or just act opposite of how you normally act, but its never a good idea to get back with an ex honestly, i did and the fucker cheated on me
#21 - The action is bloody fantastic, other than that storywise it's… 11/26/2015 on (untitled) +9
#19 - He's referring to the last words uttered by Eric Garner before…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/23/2015 on Phillip Has No Chill +11
#40 - anon (11/23/2015) [-]
Eric Garner didn't die from asphyxiation though, so that entire premise is just wrong. He died from heart failure in part due to chest and neck compression by the officers who detained him, but there was no signs of physical injury to the neck or chest. His death was for the most part due to health problems that the officers were unaware of. Paramedics even said he was breathing just fine at the scene.
#44 - anon (11/23/2015) [-]
Good thing they investigated themselves and found themselves innocent roight
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#42 - fiveblackmen (11/23/2015) [-]
I can't find anything saying there was no damage to his neck or chest. All I can find is that there was no damage to his windpipe (basically meaning it wasn't swollen or collapsed) or neck bones. Either way, this is one of the few situations where I think the cop was actually at fault for the death. That isn't to say Mr. Garner was a perfect gentleman because he did resist, although not violently or in a way that would warrant such a reaction from the police but he still resisted. The strangest thing about this case is that none of the cops or paramedics/EMTs that were at the scene performed CPR. I don't know whether that would have saved his life or not but it should have been done and risks leaving the city open to a lawsuit.