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Marc W
Date Joined:
January 25, 2007
Last Login:
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About Me:
I am a geek or dork, it don't matter which. Some people know cars, it is just how there mind works, it is naturual. For me, it is movies. Movies are naturual and I do not go out to memorize them or quote them, it is information for me...Yea, that's a dork/geek right there...hehe...
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San Diego, CA United States
A little bit of this....Little bit of that...
Favorite Sci-Fi Movie:
Shit....Umm, Blade Runner, Fifth Element, 2001....there are soooo many....
Favorite Horror Movie:
Halloween, Texas Chainsaw Massacre(original), The Dead Trilogy, The Alien Trilogy
Favorite Genre TV Show:
Battlestar Galactica, Firefly, Doctor Who, The Sopranos, Family Guy
Favorite Anime:
No thank you
Favorite Comic Book:
hmmmm no
Favorite Manga, Book, or Graphic Novel:
Favorite Video Game:
GTA, Mass Effect, Dead Space, Half Life series, Battlefield series, CoD series, Saints Row series,
Must Have DVD:
Any Tarantino, Kubrick, Rodriguez, John Carpenter, George Romero, David Fincher, Kevin Smith films...


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mckracken 5/25/2008 12:27:56 PM
couldnt Spielberg and/or Lucas think up a better escape from an Atomic bomb than a lead lined refrigerator? They've had almost 20 years to dream up some really good escapes.. this was [B]NOT [/B]one of them. i could think of a proposed semi-logical solution: Indy, realizing he's trapped inside DOOM-TOWN, the Nevada testing area, remembers (shown in flashback) what the guards at the gate said about not being able to let them in... suddenly he realizes he's gonna get nuked...the towns air raid sirens go off... stumbling around he either finds an airplane and escapes... or finds an abandon mine shaft that takes him under the explosion and escapes using the test rocket booster under the city that goes back to Area 51... plausible? no. Keeping within the confines of the Jones mythology of last minute ditch escapes that come from no-where... sure... I'll buy that faster than a lead lined refrigerator getting thrown clear of the blast. (thrown clear is also an oxi-moron since he'd have to have been thrown at least 50 miles in that refrigerator unit to escape the blast... and didn't break a bone in the process of crash landing either) :confused:
Sanity 1/20/2009 9:52:51 AM

Swan Song is a great book.  McCammon has a few good ones.  Boy's Life, Swan Song and The Wolf's Hour are three of the best one shot novels I've ever read.



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