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  • #31
    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
    Originally posted by America
    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
    Originally posted by cunningham06
    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
    Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
    i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

    1. Clerks
    2. Dogma
    3. Jay and Silent Bob

    Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
    i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
    Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
    The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
    You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
    I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by America
      Originally posted by CGF 216/137
      Originally posted by America
      Originally posted by CGF 216/137
      Originally posted by cunningham06
      Originally posted by CGF 216/137
      Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
      i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

      1. Clerks
      2. Dogma
      3. Jay and Silent Bob

      Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
      i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
      Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
      The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
      You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
      I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
      I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by CGF 216/137
        Originally posted by America
        Originally posted by CGF 216/137
        Originally posted by America
        Originally posted by CGF 216/137
        Originally posted by cunningham06
        Originally posted by CGF 216/137
        Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
        i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

        1. Clerks
        2. Dogma
        3. Jay and Silent Bob

        Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
        i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
        Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
        The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
        You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
        I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
        I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
        Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by America
          Originally posted by CGF 216/137
          Originally posted by America
          Originally posted by CGF 216/137
          Originally posted by America
          Originally posted by CGF 216/137
          Originally posted by cunningham06
          Originally posted by CGF 216/137
          Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
          i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

          1. Clerks
          2. Dogma
          3. Jay and Silent Bob

          Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
          i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
          Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
          The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
          You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
          I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
          I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
          Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.
          Well i thought the cart . . . i mean graphic novels were kick ass and this movie was amazing in reproducing the exaggerated dark and violent nature of the city itsself. Making the characters all sick and sadastic while keeping values and codes of behavior that they determine for themselves.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
            Originally posted by America
            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
            Originally posted by America
            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
            Originally posted by America
            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
            Originally posted by cunningham06
            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
            Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
            i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

            1. Clerks
            2. Dogma
            3. Jay and Silent Bob

            Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
            i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
            Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
            The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
            You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
            I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
            I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
            Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.
            Well i thought the cart . . . i mean graphic novels were kick ass and this movie was amazing in reproducing the exaggerated dark and violent nature of the city itsself. Making the characters all sick and sadastic while keeping values and codes of behavior that they determine for themselves.
            I also liked Sin City because it was very different from most normal movies, and it was a very interesting story if a little far-fetched.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
              Originally posted by America
              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
              Originally posted by America
              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
              Originally posted by America
              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
              Originally posted by cunningham06
              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
              Originally posted by VoteLynnSwan
              i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

              1. Clerks
              2. Dogma
              3. Jay and Silent Bob

              Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
              i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
              Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
              The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
              You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
              I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
              I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
              Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.
              Well i thought the cart . . . i mean graphic novels were kick ass and this movie was amazing in reproducing the exaggerated dark and violent nature of the city itsself. Making the characters all sick and sadastic while keeping values and codes of behavior that they determine for themselves.
              That's deep. One of my favorite parts was after the hooker tied up in the chair bit that girl the huge black guy slapped her across the room.

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              • #37
                ****.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by cunningham06
                  Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                  Originally posted by America
                  Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                  Originally posted by America
                  Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                  Originally posted by America
                  Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                  Originally posted by cunningham06
                  Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                  [quote:95041d5274="VoteLynnSwan"]i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

                  1. Clerks
                  2. Dogma
                  3. Jay and Silent Bob

                  Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
                  i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
                  Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
                  The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
                  You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
                  I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
                  I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
                  Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.
                  Well i thought the cart . . . i mean graphic novels were kick ass and this movie was amazing in reproducing the exaggerated dark and violent nature of the city itsself. Making the characters all sick and sadastic while keeping values and codes of behavior that they determine for themselves.
                  I also liked Sin City because it was very different from most normal movies, and it was a very interesting story if a little far-fetched.[/quote:95041d5274]

                  Dude it's supposed to be over the top. It's like a movie long shout out to hyperbole.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by America
                    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                    Originally posted by America
                    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                    Originally posted by America
                    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                    Originally posted by America
                    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                    Originally posted by cunningham06
                    Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                    [quote:64772ff67c="VoteLynnSwan"]i've only seen these three, but this is the order that i'd put them

                    1. Clerks
                    2. Dogma
                    3. Jay and Silent Bob

                    Clerks is one of my favorite movies, and is a great film.
                    i know it's in color, and I know it's only being made because jay is finally clean, but I'm still super excited for Clerks 2 this summer.
                    Do you not want it to be in color? I really prefer color except for some older movies like Hitchcock's best were in black and white. But regardless there has been too little Jay and Silent Bob in my life since they struck back.
                    The color takes away from the feel. Some movies need black and white as it feeds them, giving them more power and mroe creativity. 2 of my favorites in their respective categories are in black and white. Pi (Amongst all movies a fav.) and Clerks (amongst comedies a fav.)
                    You could go for the Sin City Style, black and white, and red.
                    I see you found that movie as ridiculous as I did.
                    I actually loved that movie but I just found your comment extremely amusing.
                    Interesting, glad to see you found it amusing. What did you love about it? I loved Jessica Alba and those hooker wars.
                    Well i thought the cart . . . i mean graphic novels were kick ass and this movie was amazing in reproducing the exaggerated dark and violent nature of the city itsself. Making the characters all sick and sadastic while keeping values and codes of behavior that they determine for themselves.
                    That's deep. One of my favorite parts was after the hooker tied up in the chair bit that girl the huge black guy slapped her across the room.[/quote:64772ff67c]

                    That's how i saw it, but I'm kinda artsy fartsy.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by yodachu
                      ***********.


                      Sorry I couldn't help it, I just love those owls

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                      • #41
                        My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go gay for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                          My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go cool for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.
                          You are very artsy. I like how g a y is replaced with cool, very awesome. The part I didn't really like is when the guy came back yellow, that I thought was just stupid, maybe a deformed human but not a yellow freak thing who bleeds yellow. He got his balls ripped/shot off twice, sux to be him.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                            My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go cool for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.
                            It's nice to see that you would go cool for him, but thats just a little strange, but that was a cool scene. I really liked the bad guy with the reflective glasses, I don't know why, he was just a good character.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by cunningham06
                              Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                              My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go cool for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.
                              It's nice to see that you would go cool for him, but thats just a little strange, but that was a cool scene. I really liked the bad guy with the reflective glasses, I don't know why, he was just a good character.
                              If that was the guy who the really huge strong guy killed then I agree. He was pretty cool.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by cunningham06
                                Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                                My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go cool for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.
                                It's nice to see that you would go cool for him, but thats just a little strange, but that was a cool scene. I really liked the bad guy with the reflective glasses, I don't know why, he was just a good character.
                                In case you didn't catch on i was kidding. Yeah Elijah Wood's character is pretty bad ass.

                                Originally posted by America
                                Originally posted by CGF 216/137
                                My favorite scene was probably the opening with Josh Hartnett. 1 b/c i'd totally go cool for him. 2 b/c i just really have a weak spot for cool and cold assassins. 3 b/c i just loved how he didn't just pop a cap in her ass but rather escorted her into death.
                                You are very artsy. I like how g a y is replaced with cool, very awesome. The part I didn't really like is when the guy came back yellow, that I thought was just stupid, maybe a deformed human but not a yellow freak thing who bleeds yellow. He got his balls ripped/shot off twice, sux to be him.
                                Yeah taht was kinda weird but i guess that was effective in showing what we'll subject even our family members through for them to ahve everything we want of them. Also makes him more nasty and evil.

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