Once was more than enough for the Fifth Element (mainly because of Chris Tucker - I still can't watch anything that bitch is in) and once was good for Galaxy Quest (unless they release the original R rated version).vynsane wrote:this one will go down in the annals of history as an infinitely rewatchable flick like fifth element and galaxy quest.
anarky wrote:this must make Bush (the stooge of Rove and Cheney) be portrayed by Cannonball (the stooge of Royalton and Cruncher)
anarky wrote:JJL, it was entirely a silly comparison based on the "for eight years" line, which really does sound like what I imagine McCain to be saying offscreen.
Senor JabbaJohnL wrote:anarky wrote:JJL, it was entirely a silly comparison based on the "for eight years" line, which really does sound like what I imagine McCain to be saying offscreen.
I know, I was just busting your balls.
anarky wrote:I was reading something somewhere. I'd be happy to link to it, but I don't remember where it was or how I got to it. It was mostly complaining about the whitewashing of Avatar: The Last Airbender. (In case you didn't know, the movie not only can't have the word "Avatar" anywhere in the title, but all the Asian, Indian, and Inuit parts have been cast as white... despite it being directed by an Indian-American.)
Here’s the thing. The great thing about anime is that it’s ambiguous. The features of the characters are an intentional mix of all features. It’s intended to be ambiguous. That is completely its point. So when we watch Katara, my oldest daughter is literally a photo double of Katara in the cartoon. So that means that Katara is Indian, correct? No that’s just in our house. And her friends who watch it, they see themselves in it. And that’s what’s so beautiful about anime.
anarky wrote:There are apparently two Indian actors, both villains. All the heroes are white.
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