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Jun
17
comment How historically accurate is the TV series Spartacus?
Don’t forget that it airs on the cable network STARZ, so it is allowed to have nudity, swearing, violence, drugs, etc. Like most shows on STARZ (and HBO and Showtime), because it is allowed to have them, it goes overboard and packs them in to the point of totally overshadowing the actual story and/or being unrealistic. (Boardwalk Empire was surprisingly decent, and I like Game of Thrones and Dexter because they have characters and stories that are good and keep the DLSV gimmicks to minimum-The Ricky Gervaise Show is great, but doesn’t count here.)
Jun
17
asked Is there a version of “Child of Glass” with a green ghost?
Jun
15
accepted “Addicted to Sexahol”?
Jun
15
revised Female protagonist in a futuristic army vs. rebels film
Added link to video on YouTube of the animated ending of "Tank Girl", starting at the part where her breasts turn into rockets.
Jun
15
suggested approved edit on Female protagonist in a futuristic army vs. rebels film
Jun
15
comment “Addicted to Sexahol”?
@oers, yes please. Then I can accept it.
Jun
14
comment “Addicted to Sexahol”?
Yup. That's the one. I knew it was Homer.
Jun
14
revised Is “Breaking In” canceled or not?
Added more detail and fixed grammar.
Jun
14
answered Is “Breaking In” canceled or not?
Jun
14
comment Why the discrepancy between the sound levels of dialogue and music in older movies?
I remember seeing a television show years ago that explained how TV networks abuse dynamic range compression to make commercials much louder (and more obnoxious) than the actual shows, in order to forcibly grab viewers’ attentions. :-(
Jun
14
asked “Addicted to Sexahol”?
Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
Yes, I found that part amusing. When I read the part about the sword, I thought he meant it as a threat, but he may not have.
Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
Yes, the cold, barrenness definitely fits. It seems that the IMDB has merged the listings for all three versions into the same page for some reason. :roll: Also, the Wikipedia page for this says that Miyazaki suggested that people just forget the English version existed. Oops; I'm trying to remember it. :-D
Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
It's almost certainly it. +1 Two people eating something in a cave that turns out be surprisingly awful definitely fits. The cover definitely looks right (and familiar). I'm a little shocked at the cast listing that IMDB has for the English version; I suspect that it's not accurate (or that it's for a recent remake or something). Google didn't turn up anything about the ice-cream, so I'll try to find a copy to check it out. Oh, and I guess those were wings, not gully walls. :-)
Jun
6
revised Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
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Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
Not bad, but no. Windaria is to cutesy and colorful. This one was a little blander in color and characters were not so tall and skinny with pert noses (i.e., Sailor-Moonesque). Plus, Windaria has a green valley and tree instead of wind, and the only thing I can find to Windaria having ice-cream is that is was in a freezer, not in a cave.
Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
@iandotkelly, thanks. I have about 0.003 artistic ability, but to be honest, it is actually a pretty good representation of what it looked like.
Jun
6
comment Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
@DForck42, Huh? I said we rented it from the video-store, not on television. And like the tag says, it was from the 80's.
Jun
6
asked Tobasco ice-cream and air warriors in an (Anime?) animated movie?
Jun
6
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