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#1 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

Is it ever explained why a human would want to transfer their memory to another body when logic dictates that is not you anymore. as in you can't transfer consciousness from body to body, it doesn't work like that.

This is where any story based on this premise falls apart for me. I think SOMA handled it quite well.

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#2 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

Does cooking alcohol count? because that's a harder choice.

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#3 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

1. Watching people talk about and dissect Star Wars on the internet.

2. Empire Strikes Back.

3. A New Hope.

4. Return of the Jedi.

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20. The rest of them. Because the only reason anyone talks about them is that they have Star Wars in the title.

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#4 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

BYE NEOGAF!

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#5 Edited by owack6 (346 posts) -

I wanted to jump in after looking a the nonsense that was Destiny 1 from afar.

Anyone got a lowdown on what the issues that people are having with this game?

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#6 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

Hey remember when they didn't review and quick look Black Ops 2 because Oliver North is in it...Ye me neither.

Stop this moral indignation over everything for the love of god.

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#7 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

The wow thing happened way before and i'm not sure it has anything to do with the current incarnation of it.

Here is the context of what it currently means:

The Cult of Kek, also known as the Church of Kek, is a satirical religion based around the worship of the ancient Egyptian deity Kek[4] (also spelled Kuk or Keku), an androgynous God of darkness and chaos who is often depicted as a frog or frog-headed man in male form or a snake-headed woman in female form. On 4chan, the character Pepe the Frog is often considered a modern avatar of the diety, who uses ancient Egyptian meme magic to influence the world, often by fulfilling the wishes of posts that end in repeating numbers.

There is some egyptian god who is a frog that is called kek so it helped create the whole thing.

Some people use it for nefarious reasons and some people just use it as a spoof of religion, just like any symbol it can be used by anyone and for any reason.

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#8 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

Okja 2/5

It seems that all Korean directors that go to Hollywood are doomed to fail. I don't know if it's the language barrier or something about the Hollywood pipeline but none of the Korean directors have had a good movie thus far (Maybe Snowpiercer).

Way overlong and meandering scenes where not much happens and none of the conversations matter.

The characters are all cartoon people and extremely unlikable, even the small girl!

The dumbest part though, is the main conceit: a corporation creates a super pig that can feed the whole planet and replace the current farm animals.

How this is turned into an evil plot i don't know...they are literally solving world hunger.

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#9 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

The world at War - Fantastic multi part documentary about WW2.

Life Itself - Very touching retelling of Roger Ebert's life and his great love of cinema.

Senna - The story of a legendary Brazilian F1 driver who is considered to be as legendary as Pele.

The Kingdom Of Dreams and Madness - A camera crew follow Hayao Miyazaki in the making of his last film.

Mr. Death: The Rise and Fall of Fred A. Leuchter, Jr. - Retelling of the designer of the lethal injection and his ties to holocaust denial.

Last Days in Vietnam - The story of the US army retreat from Vietnam.

Restrepo - A portrait of the life of a squad serving in Afghanistan.

Capturing the Friedmans - The story of what happens when a family is accused of heinous crimes.

Jodorowsky's Dune - The untold story of a film directors dream to make DUNE into a movie and the effect it had on the movie industry.

Touching the Void - A story of survival in the mountains against all hope. (Probably my favorite documentary ever).

The Red Pill - Put this here because its super controversial which makes it at the very least very intriguing.

Have fun! :)

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#10 Posted by owack6 (346 posts) -

Paths of glory.

Probably one of the best war movie ever made. The ending is just devastating and get me every time.