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I demand a Neil Breen biopic starring Nicolas Cage. Preferably a trilogy.
Ha, I wish. I was at a RiffTrax panel at a convention and someone asked if they'll ever riff on his movies, and since Breen requested that they leave his movies alone, it probably won't happen.
I should watch the rest of his filmography. I've only seen/subjected myself to Double Down.

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Ha, I wish. I was at a RiffTrax panel at a convention and someone asked if they'll ever riff on his movies, and since Breen requested that they leave his movies alone, it probably won't happen.
I should watch the rest of his filmography. I've only seen/subjected myself to Double Down.
Believe it or not, that's probably the most "normal" of his movies. However, I'd recommend stopping before Pass Thru, which ends with him basically advocating genocide point blank into the camera. That kind of soured the whole goofy charm of the thing for me. Which is saying something, since the movie earlier had featured some of the most jaw-droppingly terrible greenscreen work ever.

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My cat is in surgery today for an abscess and my cat is pretty great.


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Believe it or not, that's probably the most "normal" of his movies. However, I'd recommend stopping before Pass Thru, which ends with him basically advocating genocide point blank into the camera. That kind of soured the whole goofy charm of the thing for me. Which is saying something, since the movie earlier had featured some of the most jaw-droppingly terrible greenscreen work ever.
I'll skip it, then. I've read other reviews that said Breen stopped being funny with that one.
Question: do I have to see his balls any more?

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Fri Dec 01, 2017 5:44 am
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Now, I just want to see Nicolas Cage Rifftrax a bunch of movies.

But a Timothy Carey biography would be monumental.

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I'll skip it, then. I've read other reviews that said Breen stopped being funny with that one.
Question: do I have to see his balls any more?
I can't remember whether the sack is on display in all its majesty again, but you definitely see more Breen than you will be comfortable with.

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But a Timothy Carey biography would be monumental.
Yeah, but you try getting fire insurance with all that methane on set.

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Yeah, but you try getting fire insurance with all that methane on set.

Exclusively showing in nitrate prints. We're riding the flame on this one.


Fri Dec 01, 2017 6:32 am
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So people that I can't readily identify from RT usernames ... who is ya?


Fri Dec 01, 2017 9:55 am
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Also, if your sexual attraction to Alison Brie has been causing you problems, I highly suggest you watch GLOW, will clear that problem up right quick.


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Also, if your sexual attraction to Alison Brie has been causing you problems, I highly suggest you watch GLOW, will clear that problem up right quick.

Hipster Thor told me that she was gross because she was sweaty. Luckily, this is not a problem that Alison Brie has caused me though.


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It's best to let Heino do my introduction for me, by presenting the only worthwhile scrap I ever thought to keep from my years on RT.

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I wish I kept my 45s from '66 thread where I introduced Heino to The Monks.

These bastards killed Heino.


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finished Narcos s3 and onto Fargo s2. Ima go, uh, deep into TWIN PEAKS S3 when my laptop comes in, my xbox 360 has been putting in work

Fargo is a great show, a real spiral cut honey ham of a production


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Fargo Season 2 <3. It really goes out there.


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Ima go, uh, deep into TWIN PEAKS S3 when my laptop comes in, my xbox 360 has been putting in work
Make sure to rewatch Fire Walk With Me beforehand. Nothing in the original series is as relevant to The Return as that movie.

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Also, if your sexual attraction to Alison Brie has been causing you problems, I highly suggest you watch GLOW, will clear that problem up right quick.


yeah what happened there


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So people that I can't readily identify from RT usernames ... who is ya?

It was many years ago and I stupidly changed names whenever I ruined my reputation. Fortunately I grew up. My last name is the one I use here


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I can't remember whether the sack is on display in all its majesty again, but you definitely see more Breen than you will be comfortable with.
But Bad Lieutenant, do we see his ballsack?!?!
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It's best to let Heino do my introduction for me, by presenting the only worthwhile scrap I ever thought to keep from my years on RT.
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That was such a cool thread, btw... and now it's gone. Tears in the rain, man, tears in the rain.

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After posting this I remembered that Mano is now a verified Twitter account and the evidence of his valor stealing can’t weigh him down anymore.

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RIP, Heino. GOAT RT poster.

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I've been seriously thinking about what I want to do, if I had a job that would enable me to watch movies and take care of animals all the time I wold be satisfied. At the moment I'm struggling to pay for food, rent, internet. It's a struggle to not get into self-pity mode, I'd rather not go there.


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LOL, the Christopher Orr quote is the icing on the cake. I wish I kept mine.

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LOL, the Christopher Orr quote is the icing on the cake. I wish I kept mine.



Which one was yours? Slim chance I might have it archived somewhere.

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Which one was yours? Slim chance I might have it archived somewhere.

I think mine mentioned my "gristly fisting drinks" pun, had a quote from Liam Neeson and a Homer avatar.

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I think mine mentioned my "gristly fisting drinks" pun, had a quote from Liam Neeson and a Homer avatar.



Dude, I don't know who you are. What was your RT user name?

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Dude, I don't know who you are. What was your RT user name?
Sorry, I was MaxRenn, I don't think I posted that in this thread yet :D

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The genuine sorrow he prolly felt losing that checkmark makes me very happy.


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My cat is in surgery today for an abscess and my cat is pretty great.


How'd the surgery go?


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Torgo wrote:
Sorry, I was MaxRenn, I don't think I posted that in this thread yet :D



Oh, hi Max. Okay, I'll check when I get home. I know I saved my trading card. Might have saved a few of the others if we're lucky






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Jules, they're shutting down MsPaint. Post whatever masterpieces you still have, particularly those including my naked wife.


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MsPaint ain't going anywhere

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Sat Dec 02, 2017 9:50 am
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I'm thinking Logan


Sat Dec 02, 2017 9:56 am
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FARGO gets caps for that lawyer. hahahahahaha

Logan after


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:( show went all dark and sad


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Logan will probably be dark and sad. ugh, more Karl. Karl is GOAT


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this is a phenomenal season of TV. I love the soundtrack, and Kirsten Dunst


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Logan will probably be dark and sad. ugh, more Karl. Karl is GOAT
But Logan's one of the best movies of the year, imo. I mean, you can wait to watch it if you're not in the mood tonight... just don't wait too long, or else. Know what I'm sayin'?

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far out, man


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srsly y'all watch way too much television


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ohhh Godless, that's next. Maybe Logan


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So this is the new RT?


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Nameless I told you Fargo Season 2 was great. It totally went out there.


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Oh, hi Max. Okay, I'll check when I get home. I know I saved my trading card. Might have saved a few of the others if we're lucky






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Whether or not you can find it, thanks for looking.

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You don't remember the month/year that Heino last posted some, do you?

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You don't remember the month/year that Heino last posted some, do you?


Last time I recall him posting there was late August or early September 2016.


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Nameless I told you Fargo Season 2 was great. It totally went out there.
Yeah, the final few episodes were excellent and touched on some resonant stuff

The universal language thing seems to be a theme in a lot of stuff, that was all very Arrival. Aliens too I guess were pretty Arrival. The scene with Dunst in the freezer hurt, I feel her there, they painted a realistic portrait of shock induced psychosis with her. That was a big gang war, yeesh, funny how they made a conflict in small town Minnesota seem more epic and biblical than Narcos s3 and the Cali cartel. This season felt a lot more natural than season 1 with Billy Bob Thornton playing Thanatos. I need to dig into Sisyphus


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I'm a little shocked that Greta Gerwig is now a good director.


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