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What is the cuntiest female character in movies?
The Terminator or Robocop?
in a fight? I take the terminator. seems tougher and more cold blooded, and would not be defeated by going down a flight of stairs.
as movies? ROBOCOP. not even close. even if we're comparing it to T2, robocop still wins. robocop is so much funnier, has such a richer political message, and has so much more personality.
Is this comedy kino? No seriously
Find a flaw.
How would you make a Dune film /tv/?
In terms of actor performance, it was excellent. The cast of this show obviously worked very hard to play their parts, and make their characters interesting, likeable, and especially, believable. Every one of them should receive honors, and due recognition for their very fine, and successful efforts in that regard.
In the areas of camera work, lighting, sound, and overall production values, it far exceeded any other Star Trek series or film to date.
The special effects were also superb, as was the design of the Enterprise NX-01 itself, as well as the various vehicles used by the other space-faring races.
The sets, costumes, and props were interesting, practical, and far more realistic in design and function than anything seen in the "trekverse" before or since. And one really notable and refreshing thing - They finally got the flashlights right, even though they still sometimes held them in that awkward and ridiculous fashion that started with TNG.
As many viewers had previously, and understandably, expressed disdain over the fact that such things as reset buttons, excessive techno-babble, uninteresting aliens, and lack of original ideas or individual character development plagued the previous series' episodes, the producers of "Enterprise" apparently took great pains to address those issues, and by and large, they succeeded.
The aliens were well designed, many looking far more "alien" than those in previous shows. The Xindi arc itself represented a major, and well executed effort to address viewer complaints of bland aliens and tired stories.
And as far as storytelling goes, the tales spun by the writers of this series were at least as good, and many times even better than anything that came before.
The stories in Enterprise were primarily character based, and relied rather sparingly upon technology to propel the plotline or solve many problems. There was a greater degree of realism and believability to the plots, without all of the "hocus-pocus", or even downright hokeyness that plagued all of the other Trek incarnations, including TOS. There was also far less techno-babble than TNG & Voyager, the characters actually developed, and the reset button was practically non-existent.
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I totally agree with both of you; its my favorite Star Trek and I think its the Star Trek also.
Long live Enterprise!
What the FUCK was his problem?
Who's Your Caddy?
It was like a really bad skit stretched out to 45 minutes. I say 45 minutes because I couldn't waste another second watching this repugnant "comedy".
shit directing of a stupid script that fundamentally misunderstood the characters and only used them for plot. For what it was trying to do, it failed in every aspect.
But I'm downloading the squeakquel now, so I'll report back if it's worse than this piece of shit.
>we need to talk
what did he mean by this ?
>I can't believe that Bryce prefers Ben Affleck's Batman to mine
Let's see Paul Allen's Joker.
Well memed my friend.
Now let me save this shitfest with some repeating digits.
What words can describe Wes Anderson's style of film making?
You sweet talkin' me?