Intro's forum posts

#1 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

No, and it went great.

#2 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

SancZero

#3 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

Voted yes, then saw yes and through actions. So mine would actually be the latter. Especially since I had a bit of trouble with depression and mental illness at one time. Ever since I've gotten better, we both say I love you a lot more to each other. There's no point in trying to act tough. Let your loved ones know that you love them. You'll be glad you did one day.

#4 Edited by Intro (1248 posts) -

Nothing will top John Wick. I'll still see this. I don't really go into these type of action movies looking for a deep plot or dynamic characters. I just wanna see some asskicking.

#5 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

@splodge said:

@corevi said:

The lightsabre looks like it should be in No More Heroes.

Anyway it looks like a generic big budget action movie from the trailer which is what I was expecting but still kinda disappointing. It being set on Tattooine (which I've seen enough of to last 20 lifetimes) doesn't help.

Well, in fairness, what else is it gonna be? I would totally watch a minimalist found footage star wars movie though....

I was really hoping some new start up indie company would have picked up the rights for Star Wars, but I guess we'll deal with this big budget trash.

#6 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

I enjoyed Elysium.

#7 Edited by Intro (1248 posts) -

John Wick 5/5

Gun choreography was amazing, better than any other action movie I've seen in awhile. The main character who is an ex hitman does something a real hitman would do. Ex.) Everyone he shoots down he double taps them if they weren't hit in the head. He checks bodies before moving on. Also, he reloads realistically and it's all shown well. The movie isn't like every other action movie you see, it doesn't try to mix in badass combat with a bunch of slow, sappy story parts you're supposed to care about. It sets up the plot early on and takes off from there, it doesn't try to be anything it's not.

#8 Posted by Intro (1248 posts) -

Play it all the time on PC. Awesome game, I can always find matches.

#9 Edited by Intro (1248 posts) -

#10 Edited by Intro (1248 posts) -

Other than giantbomb, Classic Loveline with Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew. Also, Adam Carolla's current podcast Mon-Fri. If you're a fan of either of them you should at least check out some of the classic loveline episodes. There are a lot of old bands and music, it can be very nostalgic for some as most were recorded in '96. Recently they just put up an episode where Ice-T was a guest on the show. Dr. Drew provides a lot of information while Adam makes it hilarious, if you're into him.