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Episode III: Revenge of the Ridiculousness

Frink: Last 2 video clips are great. However, it was a little hard to hear the MJ lyric at first. I had to listen to it again, after I read the comments. You may need to tweak that part a bit.

4K restoration on Star Wars

CHEWBAKAspelledwrong said:

AFAIK, the ‘vault’ strategy only applies to a relatively small (and defined) collection of classic animated films. Those movies that we see coming out in ‘Diamond’ and ‘Platinum’ editions and so forth.

Their other strategy is, of course, to simply not bother transferring movies that they don’t think will sell. Black Cauldron, anyone? (On another note the complete, uncensored director’s cut of that movie still hasn’t been seen by the public).

Maybe this is where the OUT falls. But really, who knows?

There was an uncensored director’s cut of The Black Cauldron?
Maybe the OT will be released after Disney decides to release SOTS & The Black Cauldron Uncensored DC on Bluray.

Mixing up Move quotes

Rogue-theX said:

^ Bravo!

I tell you what I’d do, man: two chicks at the same time, man.

Awesome quote from Diedrich Bader’s character in Office Space. Even funnier, using a picture of Jethro from The Beverly Hillbillies, which Diedrich played in the movie version. Awesome! 😃

TFA: A Gentle Restructure

I can’t wait to watch TFA restructure, before the release of TLJ. I’ll probably watch fan edits of PT too.

Video Game Thread

I like RetroUSB’s AVS system. It’s awesome for playing real carts of NES & FAMICOM in 720p HD. It’s FPGA, which emulates the original NES Hardware. You can also connect the Famicom Disk System too. It’s a ‘cheaper’ alternative, than getting the Hi-Def NES upgrade on your still functional original NES. However, it can’t play Zapper games, since it only has an HDMI output.

If you have 500 bones, you can buy the Analogue NT mini, which can play Zapper games, due to having all the different outputs.

Last movie seen
  • Fast and the Furious 8 or: How I started calling it F8, because of Keyboard function keys (2017) = Same old shit, more sequels coming.

  • Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) = A funny buddy film. Great classic comedians, many quotable lines.

  • Goon: Last of the Enforcers (2017) = Wanted to see the sequel. It was as bloody as the first one. As a fellow Canadian, I like my hockey movies.

  • A Fish Called Wanda (1988) = A funny heist comedy film. Great cast, including 2 Monty Pythons. It’s a C-C-C-Classic!

  • John Wick 2 (2017) = Continues the story and increases the action & violence. A fun movie.

  • The Circle (2017) = All Social Media companies combined into 1 behemoth, and trying to control the world. Something Cobra tried to do in every single episode of G.I. Joe.

  • Going In Style (2017) = It remains pretty faithful to the original from 1979, with some alterations. Great choice of cast, but nothing beats the original trio: George Burns, Art Carney & Lee Strasberg.

  • The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017) = A funny action/buddy film, where both Renolds & Jackson play off each other.

The "Name that Movie/TV Show I Can't Name" Thread

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

Mark’s Down On Your Syntax said:

My friend and I watched a movie sometime around 1992/3 and I remember the cover had a boy on his bike (which we decided was a good enough reason to rent it). The plot was about the kid being transported to a dream-like world that was made up of (it seemed like) bits of other movies. The villain was trying to steal the colour from the world, or something.

I’m reasonably sure the title was the boy’s name followed by adventure, or excellent adventure, or amazing adventure.

This has been niggling at me for a VERY long time. Any ideas?

EDIT: The villain also sang a song about stealing the colour!


Known variously as, “Andy Colby’s Incredibly Awesome Adventure”,“Andy Colby’s Incredible Adventure” or (somewhat unexpectedly) “Andy and the Airwave Rangers”. It was released in 1988, was produced by Roger Corman and stars nobody you’ve ever heard of. Wonderfully, the film’s poster on the Wikipedia page has somebody riding a bike - just like I remembered!

The trailer is a masterpiece of awful.

That’s 25 years of weight off my shoulders but the question now is, dare I watch it again?!

The beginning of the trailer reminds me of The Never Ending Story, when he meets the old man in the Library/Book store. The main premise reminds me of a John Ritter movie, Stay Tuned (1992). Very similar idea of people getting sucked into the ‘tv land’.

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