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Re: Miscellany

Postby MWFV8 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 4:56 am

Holy moly!

:shock:

That was brilliant!
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Re: Miscellany

Postby TheDarkOne#1 » Mon Aug 18, 2014 7:37 am

Awesome trailer.
A fella, a quick fella, might have a weapon under there.
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Re: Miscellany

Postby Modern Wastelander » Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:48 pm

rockatansky4073 wrote:Alot of memories in there.
Road warrior forever was by far the strangest though.
Indeed. I've come across the site a few times looking up info. Can anyone explain it? http://www.roadwarriorforever.com/mainpage.html still up on the internet as well, not just in archives. A lot of landscape pictures and what seems to be poetry. Weird layouts and disjointed sentences. A lot of the java content won't work for me, and the flash content that does is just.... strange. Lots of weird videos and such.

Doesn't look to have been updated since 2002, but it is still up and running. Somebody out there has to be paying to keep it up, don't they?
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Re: Miscellany

Postby Daz » Wed Aug 20, 2014 6:57 pm

It's a fan. I have the details of who owns the site. The person is in Seattle, USA. Some people pay tribute by having a replica car, some by making a web page.
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Re: Miscellany

Postby Modern Wastelander » Thu Aug 21, 2014 1:59 pm

Daz wrote:It's a fan. I have the details of who owns the site. The person is in Seattle, USA. Some people pay tribute by having a replica car, some by making a web page.
Oh, I understand it's a tribute page. It just seems to do it in a rather strange way. Hey, whatever folks want to do I suppose. Can't say it's a bad website. Just different.
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Re: Miscellany

Postby biolumen » Fri Aug 22, 2014 11:19 am

George Miller with director Samuel Fuller (Steel Helmet; The Big Red One).

https://twitter.com/mccrabb_will/status ... 4322806784
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Re: Miscellany

Postby biolumen » Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:11 pm

Breakdown of opening scene to MM2.

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Re: Miscellany

Postby NuffTorque » Sat Sep 06, 2014 10:57 pm

I think she misses a lot more than she has covered in that clip, still interesting points she raises.

It looks more like a blowing the fly off his face than a sigh?

Had to chuckle at the 'takes it out of overdrive'
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Re: Miscellany

Postby Dethroned Emperor » Sun Sep 07, 2014 5:39 am

NuffTorque wrote:
It looks more like a blowing the fly off his face than a sigh?



Yeah, no way was that a sigh of relief :roll:
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Re: Miscellany

Postby Lonewolf » Sun Sep 07, 2014 7:10 am

Dethroned Emperor wrote:
NuffTorque wrote:
It looks more like a blowing the fly off his face than a sigh?



Yeah, no way was that a sigh of relief :roll:


I think that was a sigh of relief. The reason being, Max ain't got no bullets in that shotgun of his at this stage. If Wez knew any better, Max would have been fucked. Or he would have been in trouble at least. I only flinched when she mentioned that Max lost his "daughter". Someone clearly has not seen 'Mad Max'. But yeah I enjoyed her analogy.
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