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What's your favorite /tg/ related movie?
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Big Trouble in Little China.
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>>49505343
>filename
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>>49505400

Excellent taste, although A Knight's Tale is in my top five.

The Princess Bride
Big Trouble in Little China
A Knight's Tale
Monte Python and the Holy Grail
The 13th Warrior
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>>49505343
>>49505422
Absolutely fucking Golden taste
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>>49505359
I don't even know why people liked this movie.
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>>49505800
>The Princess Bride

"Look at me I'm so quirky! The cake is a lie! Never go against a sicilian when death is on the line! LOL your friend is only half dead. HAHAHA HAHA. What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow? My faovirte color? AHHHH"

Autistic people who quote the Princess Bride make me want to slit my exgirlfriend's throat with a sharp plastic shard from the movie box. God I hate that movie.

>>49505343

Wizards is top-tier.
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>>49506004
But it's a pretty funny movie though, you gotta admit anon.
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>>49505343
Bakshi LotR
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>>49506024

Nah, it's really kinda gay. It's rarely funny and the whole "you killed my father prepare to die" shtick was so autistic I cringed hard halfway thorugh the movie. It's a kid's movie, I don't really see how anyone over the age of 18 can find it funny at all.
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Not really a /tg/ related film but to me, Fellowship of the Ring has some /tg/-related nostalgia for me since it was roughly around the time I started D&D. My uncle gave me his AD&D books roughly after Fellowship released (he just bought the 3e books) and I started playing that with my siblings. Then when we got the DVD of Fellowship, me and my siblings would make commentary on what ability/skill checks and saving throws the characters made during the film.
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>>49505343
>"DELETE THIS" the ending
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>>49506273
How old are you anon? It might be because you've been so inundated with references to it, now so pervasive in our culture, that by time you saw the actual source material, it was so bland, generic, and cliche that it didn't have a chance to be enjoyed.
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Your Highness was basically a D&D campaign with a that guy and a magical realming GM
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>>49506273
>Monty python isn't funny
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>>49506696
although the that guy does eventually learn to enjoy the game
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>>49505343
Wizards is overrated. The story is too bad to even be cheesy fun, and the animation just comes off as embarrassingly cheap rather than charmingly low budget.
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>>49506696
That movie is terrible but it holds a special place in my heart for adding "fuckening" to my vocabulary.
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>>49506555
i'd have to say it's /tg/ related, it's an adaptation of one of the fundamental seeds of modern ttrpg's
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>>49506273
>seinfield is trashteir sitcom
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>>49506004
Calm down autismo
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>>49505343
Conan the Barbarian.
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>>49506029
>Ehh, we have run out of money
>Whatever, just put a filter over the scenes that were to be rotoscopied
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>>49506939
I always liked more Frasier, even as a kid.
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>>49506273
So what's it like living without joy and taking yourself way too seriously?
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>>49506975

This movie doesn't really get the credit it deserves.
The second one was total camp and the latest one was just more over the top American action flick BS but Barbarian is a fine film and definitely one of the few good D&Dish type movies of all time.
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>>49506899
i agree, but it was fun to watch. that cheezy shit was there to make the good stuff actually look good.

13th Warrior is how you run an adventuring party.

Six-string Samurai is how you run a player duo

Galaxina is comedy sci-fi. watch before you play OSR sci-fi games. same goes Zardoz.


Willow is pretty much Star Wars as fantasy.
Dragonslayers is nice
Baron Munchausen is hilarious
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>>49506029
Fuck that looks beautiful
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>>49507062
agreed!
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>>49506004
I'm sorry she hurt you so much.
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>>49507062
It's a great movie overall if you can look past Arnold's line deliveries. It does help that he has very few lines throughout the movie.
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Some not yet mentioned (I think):
Fire and Ice
Conan (the original and remake)
The Wild Hunt
Willow
Merlin (staring Sam Neill)
The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen
Princess Mononoke
Solomon Kane
The Fall


A couple series:
The Hero Yoshihiko and the Demon King's Castle
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure
Berserk
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>>49507070
>13th Warrior is how you run an adventuring party.

Would it work as a straight up historic game, though? I mean, it's not like there was really any fantasy in the movie.
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watch Fire and Ice if you haven't yet
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>>49507115
The 13'th Warrior is an adaptation of Beowulf.
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The pilot episode for Korgoth of Barbaria is pretty fucking sweet in terms of ruthless low brow fantasy violence
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>>49507196
10/10
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Heavy Metal
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>>49505359
This is one of those movies where the term "ultra violence" is a massive understatement. Almost like literal gore porn, it's a rare gem that is just utterly disgusting and yet Rutger Hauer is giving his all in it especially during the hospital scene in front of the infant newborns. Who thought this was a good idea for a film? This was supposed to be just a joke trailer, not an actual thing.
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>>49506975
This. It has everything - barbarians, rogues, sorcerers, shamans, witches, valkyries, knights, towers, castles, temples and awesome landscapes.

It is hard to beat this as the most /tg/.
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>>49506004

>I allow other people's enjoyment of things to dictate how much I can enjoy those things, and if they enjoy them beyond what I deem acceptable, I am incapable of enjoying it myself
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>>49506733
>>49506939

Neither of them are any good. Monty Python is the same "lol we're so random" bullshit that fat 15 year old Dr. Who cunts enjoy. Reminds me of that FOAMMMM cringe video. Fuck Monty Python. And Seinfeld is outdated as fuck, tries to be all philosophical when in reality it's shallow trash and it's not even funny (it has a laugh track for fucks' sake).

>>49507034

I don't, faggot. I laugh at a lot of things. But not trash-tier comedy made for eight year olds. Did you not notice who was being read the book in The Princess Bride? A FUCKING EIGHT YEAR OLD.

>>49507099

She really didn't, she was actually suicidal and so I couldn't break up with her for like 3 months cause then she'd off her self and they'd blame me. Her friends were a bunch of goddamn harpies.

>>49507645

Exactly when in my post did I say or imply that?
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UNICORN!! UNICORN!!!
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>>49507771

Your autism makes me smile and be glad that even though I get angry at things, I'll never be as petty as you.
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>>49505359
The plague make me think of a long running murderhobo party that has been allowed to fester and become their own strange entity.
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>>49507896

> not liking a shitty 80s movie is petty

k
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>>49508310
Going full autism over it is.
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>>49507218
A coworker of mine recommended that to me but I can't find it anywhere. Can you point me in the right direction?
>>49506004
>>49507771
Who is more autistic, the autists or the autist who rants about them?
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>>49508390
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_Metal_(film)
He's probably talking about this one.
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>>49508404
desu Heavy Metal made no sense to me. I got more mileage out of the soundtrack.
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>>49505343
Excalibur
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>>49507115
the character dynamics and how the adventure unfolds.

applies to any genre
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>>49507103
Or you can just accept how unintentionall hilariously cheesy he is and relish every 'Cromm!'. The prayer though, call my taste shit, but that is actually some damn fine acting, even if it's so only by accident. Either way, yup, the movie's great.
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>>49508404
Yeah, that's the one, I just can't find anywhere I can watch it. None of the video stores I visit have it and I don't have Netflix.
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>>49508521
https://yts.ag/movie/heavy-metal-1981
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The Dwarvenaut isn't too bad
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>>49508521
http://www.crackle.com/heavy-metal
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>>49507062
It easily has one of the best and most fitting soundtracks ever made, and the symbolism displayed is incredibly well done.

Propels it from a 7 cheese fest to a 10
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>>49506555
>Not really a /tg/ related film but to me, Fellowship of the Ring
Are you fucking stupid?
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>>49507792
Patrician tastes.
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>>49506004
Someone wants to be virt real bad.
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Lord of the rings, Ghost in the shell, the thing, event horizon, star wars, miyazaki films.
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>>49505343
Labyrinth
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>>49506975
Fuck yes!
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>>49507771
Holy shit I literally cannot fathom how one person can be so wrong

There isn't any phrase in the english language that allows me to adequately convey my disdain for your taste in media. Like yeah okay everybody is entitled to their own opinion but your opinion is literally wrong.
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>>49507771
Get over yourself, you sound like a bitter asshole.
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>>49507792
I just watched this yesterday, and holy fucking shit, The Last Unicorn was way better than I ever expected it could be.

It felt like I was watching an animated AD&D game going on... Very adult themes for a movie about a unicorn

Also, the wizard looks exactly like one of my friends, spot on, pic related

I would definitely put this as one of my top TG movies of all time
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>>49507108
>Merlin (starring Sam Neill)
It was SHIT.
And I have a passion for the arthurian saga.
Even Boorman's is more credible and impressive today
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>>49509634
Is this some horsefucker shit? Because this better not be some horsefucker shit. I don't want to sit down and watch a movie about a fucking unicorn unless it's actually good.
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Yes in the sense that at one point the Unicorn transforms into a naked human female.

She's the last Unicorn because a giant flaming bull is chasing them into the ocean, where they become the crests of waves.

Christopher Lee has a voice role.

It's badass.
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>>49507771

>wahhh im the most interesting important person in the whole world

lolno
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>>49509821
>Yes in the sense that at one point the Unicorn transforms into a naked human female.

I take this sentence to mean that there are (non-horse) titties involved. Good enough for me.
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>>49505343
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>>49509738
I was afraid it would be that when I first was going to watch it, but trust me, it is a trippy, depressing and wonderful adventure which examines the human condition far more than most media (its also really weird, in a surreal way).

It is closely adapted from one of the top 20 fantasy books of all time, and it is easy to see why
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In no specific order:
Knight's Tale
13th Warrior
Johnny Mnemonic
Hard Candy
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You remind me of the babe.
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>>49507771
so what DO you find humor in, then?
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>>49510265
The guy should have gotten the real pills.
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>>49506975
>>49507062
TRUTH

Its a good thing all the opinions of this movie are horrible - it sets it up to being laughable garbage, only to deluge you with just how surprising the movie is as a whole. Arnold is really good casting choice for playing Howard's version of Conan - short on words, awkward sounding compared to civilized folk because he is a man of the hills, a goddamn beast in physique where you know he can pop your neck down to a stump even when he's just sitting next to the fireplace. Sure there's a slew of campy moments, but the movie is so embedded in a the ancient generation that is the 80s a lot of its shortcomings can be viewed as 'that's just how they did things those days.'

Also, Basil Poledouris as the composer instantly bumps every movie he scores 3 points higher than it should be. Theology/Civilization remains one of the best tracks ever for travel montage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMVmW0k9jZI
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>>49507771
Dr. Who is cringe as fuck, agreed, but Monty Python only seems cliche and samey because it inspired everything to come after it for decades. It's like complaining that LOTR has orcs elves dwarves and humans and that's so stereotypical, when the only reason that it's stereotypical is that LOTR did it first.

Dr. Who sucks because these days it's trying too hard to be Douglas Adams without doing any of the legwork. It's like someone collected some bulletpoints on what makes Bong sci-fi comedy funny and interesting, and they took all of the superficial garbage without capturing any of the substance. Personally I blame the collapse of classical education.
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>>49510338
The most baffling thing about Conan the Barbarian is that it manages to actually have contemplative moments that FEEL like Howard's Conan... Acted by Ahnold.

I really can't wait until the next one comes out with him as old King Conan.

>Fun fact: Arnold Schwarzenegger's legitimate son has no real interest in bodybuilding... But his illegitimate half-Mexican son does
>Arnold now trains his half-aztec bastard in the arts of Austrian Hugeonomics
>He will probably be governor of California in twenty years
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>Not really a /tg/ related film but to me
wat
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The whole trilogy is nice, but The Deluge is my favorite.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PWaJ6URRU0
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>>49506029
I remember those orks. When I was a kid, I was painting some Chaos Beastmen. My mom, that is the reason I know Lotr, had a look and said:
"oh, are those orcs?"
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>>49510697
*orcs. Fugg :DDD
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>>49510123
What babe?
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>>49505343
That ending though..... , unexpected /k/ to the max.
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>>49510683
Hey if you're going to post Yor, you gotta post the theme song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dx-F6VnLezM
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>>49510846
>weopon
>Always know that you are shooting at... but no mention about knowing what's behind it.

1.66/10 image. Probably designed by some Cpби who's never held a gun in his life.
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>>49510846
Speaking of, surprised no one's posted it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cZqRzHnI8s
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>>49509598
Seconded.
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The babe with the power...

and also Legend (it has a hag called Meg)? and one of my favs... Beastmaster!
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>>49510745
Dammit, missed the quote, newb
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>>49505343
You already posted it

>>49507123
Actually, gonna change my vote to this.
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This one and part two. It's how everyone wants to play D&D. Really fun movies just don't be completely sober. Tavern brawls with pig faced brutes, a child torturing evil sorcerer, a protagonist who tries to rape a girl he just saved from bandits and not a single ugly woman. What's not to love?
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>40k: The Prequel
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>>49506004

Holy shit dude, I just said I liked the movie. Regulate your caffeine intake.
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>>49506901
"Fuckening" is the word you got from that movie. Not making every character you have take points in Profession (Pintsman) and Craft (Cocksmith)
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>>49505343
>huh what's this
>watch it on YouTube
>that fucking ending

goddammit my sides, the scene in the Op's pic caught me completely off guard.
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>>49506977
Beautiful, right?
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>>49507771
>I don't, faggot. I laugh at a lot of things. But not trash-tier comedy made for eight year olds. Did you not notice who was being read the book in The Princess Bride? A FUCKING EIGHT YEAR OLD.

There is a lot of of childish silly things that doesn't do it for me, but I don't have a childish kneejerk about it like you do. It's like you're an edgy pseudointellectual twelve year old trying to impress the adults.
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>>49506975
I was gonna say Fellowship of the Ring, but this is what my heart and dick said.
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For total party kill theme: The Thing
For general fun times, The Two Towers
For rounding up the gang: Seven Samurai
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>>49506555
I have always felt that the LOTR movies are horribly paced and the last one is a bit of an anticlimax with how it wraps everything up. However, I do enjoy it a lot on a technical level, the craftsmanship that went into the movie is amazing, also visual design, the soundtrack and cast is just great.

I also consider it to be surprsingly faithful for a Hollywood adaptation of any fantasy story.
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>>49510338
Yeah, the entire thing does feel more Howard than the new 2011 adaptation. Arnold just have a sincerity and charisma about him that Momoa just doesn't possess. It also has a much stronger supporting cast and it looks like Frazetta painting the live action movie.
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>>49505343
>Ctrl +f "Krull"
0 results
For shame /tg/
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>>49507771
Gear down big rig.
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Krull, oh man the flaming steps of the clydesdale horses. Yaaassss!
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>>49509634

The Last Unicorn was the work of the Studio Ghibli team before they founded Studio Ghibli.

And the soundtrack was performed by America.
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Surprised this hasn't been mentioned yet.
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>>49512779
Probably because it's made for ants.

What's it about? Hopefully not lots of men ejaculating.
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>>49505343
Surprised this hasn't been mentioned. It can be interpreted in a few ways depending on what kind of game you're running, but I'd consider it sufficiently /tg/.
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>>49509884
The fact that there are unicorns in it should have sold you on it.

Unless of course you're some kind of unicorn-hating homo.
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>>49505400
How'd you get up there?!
>it wasn't easy!
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>>49505343
Thanks OP, you just made me watch this for the first time, it's been an hour since I finished watching it and I still can't understand what the fuck happened.
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>>49511234
Isn't that the series that's 90% rape or was I thinking of another one? Something was on best of the worst
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>>49512779
I'd never heard of this movie until a friend showed it to me to help demonstrate the character he wanted to play. I'm surprised it didn't get more attention, it was pretty unique.

>>49513395
This movie was fucking awesome.
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What the fuck do you even call these hats.
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>>49513453
I wanna say capotains, but those are usually taller.
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>>49513453
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capotain
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My recommendation.

Someone should stream one of these tonight.
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>>49512840
>Can't use IMDB.
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>>49505343
>>49513546
Honorable mention
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>>49513585
>YOU'RE PLAYING WITH THE BIG BOYS NOW
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>>49510422
God I hate the new Who's. At first I didn't mind them, They weren't great but they just didn't give me that kick the old ones do.
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>>49513292
>blackwolf
>always visit your mother, kids.
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Brotherhood of the Wolf gets my vote.

Just a hint of magic and monsters, but grounded in a good old fashioned beat 'em up.
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>>49513611
That movie had the coolest fucking music
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>>49513667

And on the other side of the scale, Dog Soldiers.

The best way to run a one-shot Only War horror/action session.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwuhdhYL8UY
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>>49511234

I'm still amazed how they managed to reused scenes from the first movie in pretty much all of them, and by reuse I mean take the exact footage and just use it in two movies.

Plus if I recall things right I think the third one basically has the same plot as the first just slightly different, though I'm not sure if the movies are supposed to be real sequels of each other or just different tellings of a similar story.

I'd still recommend if you're into cheesy old fantasy movies like I am.

>>49513315

I don't recall much rape. If there was it wasn't 90%.
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>>49513718

Or a WtF action/catharsis session.
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>>49509516
Underrated post.
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>>49505343
Not a movie but I thoroughly enjoyed Galavant. Warning it's a musical.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlZIeCjIL40
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>>49513748
>I don't recall much rape. If there was it wasn't 90%.
Found it, think I was right, are you sure watched Deathstalker?
9:17 for the quickie, they talk more about it at the end
https://youtu.be/X4WzW8wYr0o?t=557
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>>49513500
I've only seen the American version of this, but it was fantastic anyway

Basically a Gamma World game where everyone is a bard
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>>49513748
>>49513841
Going by the extended look it was 80% rape
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>>49512467
Personally, I thought Momoa was fine as Conan, and faithful to the character. As were the whores he rescues near the beginning. It's that most of the rest of the movie, from the plot, set and villains that just looked so fake. Every fight scene is on a set and they have to use every corner of it.

Which is funny, because the original had plenty of scenes that were clearly sets, but it managed to feel real.
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>>49513808
Is this a parody of Game of Thrones?
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>>49514093
No, but they do bring it up to poke fun at the idea of the main characters being in any real danger.
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>>49513667

You've undersold this. It's a period french action movie with Iroquois-fu, bone swords, french whores, tits, a bit of philosophy, and some more tits for good measure.
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>>49513645
You get a few okay episodes here and there, but the storylines are just awful.

I mean really, go to amazon or whatever and watch a random episode of any one of the last several seasons, particularly the last 2. There's a high probability that the entire plot will be a bunch of barely coherent nonsense where the conflict that is the subject of the episode makes no fucking sense, is full of plot holes and is inevitably resolved by a glaring deus ex machina while the doctor waves his arms around like cretin and dramatic music plays in the background.

Pretty much any big dramatic set piece they come up with like the T-Rex in London ends up being empty spectacle and the show is full of that. Big dramatic scenes that are actually completely fucking inconsequential and are nearly resolved without meaningful consequence.

There's maybe two or three good episodes a series and the rest are so god-awful it's like trying to pick marshmallows out of an open sewer with your teeth.

Old who has plenty of bad acting and horrible production values, but If I watch it I don't feel like my intelligence is being insulted, and I can't say that about nuWho.
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>>49514232

I think the problem with new Who is they're trying to make Doctor Who. I realize that doesn't make any sense. But Old Who, the shows can feel so different that if they'd changed the character name you wouldn't know it's the same show. Hell, even just the Baker seasons could range from gothic horror to comedy. You get the sense that old who was being made by people who were trying to make a show didn't really care about maintaining the feel of it, and were willing to try different things. nuWho is a thing, and it's constantly trying to be that thing. So you get the same kind of plots, the same bombastic speeches, the same god-like doctor, the same fucking "dun dun dun dundun dahdun" Murray Gold bullshit "this is how! You should feel now! This is the! Exciting Part!" soundtracks, and general air of unearned insufferable portentousness.
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>>49514195
>Wizards
>For American kids
Was this an old school troll? Americans would never stand to let their kids watch that.
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>>49514185
I must not remember the movie very well, I don't remember all those tits.
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>>49512779

My fucking nigga
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>>49514448
It predates the current generation's parents.
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>>49513808
Just discovered this recently. Enjoyed the first season with the wife. Haven't started the second yet.
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>>49513808
>>49514093
Season 1 intro.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSyw-E36ymc
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>>49514542
>with the wife
>/tg/ has literally become so normie that someone will say this without pause
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>>49514448
>>49514513

>for American kids
>with fairy tits, bloody assassinations, mass executions, drugs and some nazi sieg hiels thrown in for good measure.
>okay.jpg

Bakshi really was on drugs his whole life.
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>>49505359
My sides. FPBP.
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>>49514593
You don't watch stuff with your wife? It's something we like to do after we put our son to bed. Well sometimes, it isn't a regular thing.
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>>49514603
Yeah. People didn't used to be quite as anti-tit as they are now.
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>>49514542
Season 2 is solid.
Cements Richard as GoAT.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGNngap8b_k
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>>49507771
>Seinfeld is...tries to be all philosophical
What did he mean by this?
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>>49514653
I don't know. Larry David himself literally said it's a show about the dumb shit a comedian would use to get his material.
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>>49514593
>NO ONE GETS TO BE HAPPY UNTIL I'M HAPPY
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>>49513841
>>49513981

Huh, I must have forgotten about the rape then.

I'm pretty sure two and onward don't have much.
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>>49514721
Well you should have some modesty about it. It's rude to be too open about it in a place like this. Like going to a homeless shelter and talking about how much fun you have gardening in the backyard of the house you just payed off the mortgage to.
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>>49514448

It's almost like people didn't have sticks up their collective asses and didn't take offense and demand the censorship of everything back then. As long as it wasn't religiously sensitive or pro-communist, that is. You'd be surprised about the stuff that used to pass as PG.
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>>49514441
The format of old doctor who was different from new doctor who, the stories ran in multi-episode serials instead of single self contained episodes. That worked a lot better since even though the serials had often had vastly different themes they carried much more weight and atmosphere because they developed and played out over a longer time so you had more time to give a fuck about the outcome.

Not to mention that the quality of writer working at the BBC has dropped through the floor over time.
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Flight of Dragons is an old favorite of mine. If I'm honest, any of Rankin-Bass's non-stop-motion fantasy stuff is nice, if only for the art style. But Flight of Dragons Definitely takes the cake.

I mean, it's as /tg/ related as it comes, as the main character has literally created a fantasy board game, before he gets whisked off on his magical adventure.

Add to that theorizing about how dragons actually worked, magical fine print saving and screwing the day, manly knights dying manly deaths, and James Earl Jones hamming it up as the villain Ommadon among other things. But I think it's the approach the movie takes to the old question of science-vs-magic that really wins me over.

It's not the best movie, but I always have fun watching it.
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>>49507218
>Heavy Metal
Yup, that's the one. Good taste anon.
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>>49514577
Fingers crossed Netflix picks it up for Season 3.
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>>49514833
>It's rude to be too open about it in a place like this

Like pointing out an anon who has never actually played a board game or TTRPG with other people.

Eh, anon?
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>>49515365
D-does it count if I do it over the internet?
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>>49515358
That's a stretch.
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>>49505359
WELCOME TO FUCK TOWN!
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>>49511350
Mai nigga...
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Spicy City too?
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>>49507792
Mah nigga.
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>>49515717
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSlrv2bQPhI
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> inna 1990's so long ago inna canada
> flipping channels and it's a french one
but wait, there's a fantasy movie that's practically straight out of D&D!
> possibly during the start or mid-point of the movie, there's a heroine doing some acrobatics in a old tower escaping some clay golems of some kind, and as the chase goes over a bridge, it breaks and one of the clay golems falls and dissolves in the water below.
> i stupidly change the channel because it was french.

later, there's apparently a whole party (like 6+ characters) going through a tunnel with metal chompers, like in the prince of persia game. the last set are too fast, so the milfy sorceress sacrifices herself using her body to stop the first set and jam the trap, and her son? apprentice? laments on her death.

to my regret, i should've watched it all. in retrospect it seemed like a great D&D style movie. (without actually being the D&D movie)

>>49515717
essentially shadowrun: the series
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>>49511234
Besides all the rape?
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>>49509884
Oh, Anon, you have no idea. You're in for such a treet.
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Legend
Never Ending Story
Event Horizon
Nightbreed
Goonies
Big Trouble in Little China
Phantasm series
Journey to the West
The adventures of Detective Dee
Baron Munchausen
Space Hunter
Aliens
Blade

Animated
Little Nemo
Spirited Away
Aladdin
Sword and the Stone
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>>49516182
I don't see no Highlander on there
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>>49512779
I wish I could get this in better quality.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkhclOTKxMY
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>>49516211
>Expecting to see Highlander

Crazy Scotsman.
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>>49516211
damn, good call anon
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>>49515212
That guy looks bad ass, I think I'll check it out tomorrow
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>>49506004
>butthurt mad non-fun detected
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>>49512779

Ron Pearlman had some great quotes for how a lawful evil leader would be if he stayed on top too long.
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>>49515212
Fantastic opening.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwuhdhYL8UY
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>>49513667
2h40min movie, split in two 80min parts.
The first one is absolutely great, the second is absolute garbage
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>>49514593
/tg/ was around long before /r9k/ cancer was rampant.
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>>49516466
Because that /r9k/ cancer is a fundamentally reactionary thing, and /tg/ predates (and is somewhat insulated from) what it's reacting to.
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>>49510509
Is the mexisons name Dio?
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>>49515212
Don't forget 3's Company doing the hero's voice.
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>>49516749
I kind of assumed people here knew James Earl Jones more than John Ritter. A lot more.
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>>49506975
Definitely this.
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>>49514618
>Well sometimes, it isn't a regular thing.

it's funny, Hernando the pool boy was saying the same thing about having sex with your wife
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>>49510633
Mi negro. I wish the Trilogy was more entertaining to non-Poles, could make for some dank campaigns.
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>>49514910
I'll never forgive Danny Cohen for ruining the BBC.

I hope that opportunist piece of shit gets thrown through a woodchipper
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>>49507792
May brother in arms, i say - you have a fine taste!
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>>49508452
It's a collection of stories loosely tided into one.

They did those stuff back in the '80s witch comics in Europe.
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>>49510919
>Cpби

Oвo мe oкидa
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>>49512743
As a fan of The Last Unicorn, and a respecter of Ghibly, i am ashamed of myself that i didn't know this.
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>>49516454
Well, that goes for quite some FRP games and storilines any GM makes up.

>Oh fuck it, ill just mash some shit up so these fuckwit murderhoboes can kill the BBEG
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Secret of Kells.

HUGELY underrated fairytale/fantasy movie with some absolutely stunning visuals, music, surprisingly mature story.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xi8sInU1pHo
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>>49515212
Mah wizard. By the way one of the great few movies where the bad guy wins.
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>>49516182
Needs some Secret of NIMH, but pretty gud.
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Song of the seas.
Absolutely stunning movie. Beautiful animation, amazing music. Irish fairytales as a main theme.
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>>49517935
I lved her introduction.

"Is this your cat?"
"Wah?"
"Well, is it?"
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>>49517955
I liked Secret of Kells a lot more than Song of the Sea.
Both are absolutely amazing - like perhaps the best European animated movies made in the last two decades, like Miyazaki's work levels of good, but I thought Song of the Sea had some serious pacing issues and the story kinda meandered without going anywhere for quite a considerable part.

Plus, Secret of Kells had one of the best endings I've ever seen in a fairtytale and Song of the Sea seemed a bit underwhelming compared to that.

But again: both are fucking great.

>>49517973
I loved her opening narration. "I have seen The Book. The Book that will turn darkness in light." still sends shivers down my spine.
Also, the way the portrayed her fear of Crom Cruach was just... terrifying. Like legitimately fucking scary.
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>>49507070
>Dragonslayer
Really good and surprisingly brutal for a Disney movie.
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>>49506696
Your Highness and Crod Mandoon both feel more like an actual table top story than they have any right to.

On that note, throwing in Crod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire. Its not exactly a movie, but its close, and it really captures the incompetence of the average first-time-players party quite well while also just being hilarious besides.
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>>49507196
>>49507209
Just putting out an addendum that there's a LOT of rape in this movie.
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>>49514880
>It's almost like people didn't have sticks up their collective asses and didn't take offense and demand the censorship of everything back then.

yeah they did. They did then, they did famously in the nineties, they do now, and not everyone buckled under the demands back then and don't now.

Time's a flat fucking circle, but we're always somehow at the gruesome end of it.
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>>49507771
guys......

is it virt?
god it is isnt it
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>>49518128
Anon, not every shitposter is Virt.
In fact, Virt is among the least of the named shitposters.
Comparing him to the likes of Profit, LancedJack and Manlet, he doesn't even come close.
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>>49505343
Witchfinder General
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>>49510123
Man I miss Moot
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>>49515212
Isn't this the one with some random "science facts" about dragons... Like the fact that they collect gold because it's a soft metal - and sleeping on hay tends to result in fires?

(And I guess they collect virgins because... They stay crispy in milk?)
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>>49507115
Are you forgetting the part where the prehistoric Horde show up?
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>>49518186
Who?
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>>49518235
They were supposed to be a last enclave of H. neanderthalensis.
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The 1977 Hobbit by Rankin and Bass. This was the shit when I was young, and was the reason why I got into fantasy.

Plus Richard Boone was a perfect Smaug, and was how I always saw dragons growing up.
https://youtu.be/Or8G_jDcLNo
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How has nobody mentioned Disney's Atlantis yet?
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>>49507771
>And Seinfeld is outdated as fuck, tries to be all philosophical when in reality it's shallow trash and it's not even funny (it has a laugh track for fucks' sake).
Sienfeld is literally a show about the inane life situations that stand-up comedians get their bits from. You would be hard pressed to find a television series that took itself less seriously than Sienfeld.
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>>49507123
seconded
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXPaqaPkJ8M
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>>49507218
Patrician taste.

>>49508390
Amazon.
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>>49505343
A Field In England is surprisingly appropriate for a D&D game where everyone is on drugs.
>>49506975
Always good.
>>49510338
>>49510509
I've never understood why people bitch about that movie or think that the 2011 overdramatic "NOOOOOOOOOOOOO" fest even remotely compares or represents the original stories better. Arnie is better than he's given credit for.

>>49507792
>>49509634
I feel like in general Rankin/Bass movies have always been severely underrated. Except for their Return of the King, that was gay.

>>49508488
This, always this. Most realistic medieval movie we're ever getting and it isn't even trying to be that.

>>49513546
The only fun I had watching this movie is when my girlfriend at the time asked if we could stop watching and have anal sex.
>>49511234
It's shit, but a good shit, a painless shit.
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>>49512779
This movie really rode the line between a cult fight flick and an autistic acting cringefest

Mostly because of Ron "DK" Perlman
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>>49507792
This man gets it.

>>49507108
>The Wild Hunt
Screw you and you stupid "lol, nerds can't distinguish between game and reality" flick.
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>>49518339
>giant snake lynx
Yeah, never really sat right with me
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>>49517935
It'ss definitely an impressive piece of art, but the story kinda just ...happened.

I mean, I can enjoy a movie on a purely visual level, but I can how a lot of people would dislike it.
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>>49519458
>It'ss definitely an impressive piece of art, but the story kinda just ...happened.
Actually, the story is god damn fantastic. Like - one of the best stories I've seen in a fairytale yet.

The reason why some people disliked it is because they have grown spoiled and dumb, and were annoyed by the fact that the story told a much more mature and meaningful concept than they are used to.
People really grew kinda dumb with the onslaught of cliché western fantastic stories, which is one of the reasons the movie triggered such a mixed reception. It was also (incorrectly) accused of being pro-religious propaganda, which I found particularly amusing.
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>>49514448
Nah, parents back were fine with sexual subtext and upfront weirdness in their childrens cartoons because they wanted to break free from the pretentions of the old generations. They wanted their children to grow up in a world with less lies.

Now we have the great pussyfooting generation that wants to moderate everything.
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>>49505343

You just screen capped it

Seriously how I never played a "Post Apocalypse Nazi mutants vs's elves and dwarfs" game is beyond me.
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>>49513585

>How to fucking cleric
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>>49519531
>Actually, the story is god damn fantastic. Like - one of the best stories I've seen in a fairytale yet.
What was so great about it exactly?
I admit it's been a while since I've watched it, but I don't exactly recall havig my mind blown
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Admitting, most of my joy from this movie is nostalgia and soundtrack, but I love it regardless. David Thewlis was an underrated villain.
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>>49518115
>Time's a flat fucking circle, but we're always somehow at the gruesome end of it.
Well put.
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Flight of Dragons
Princess Bride
Conan the barbarian
Red Sonja
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>>49519637
>What was so great about it exactly?
The fact that it told a story about A) the importance of beauty itself, and B) that not all evil will be defeated, and that defeating the evil was never really the point.
It's a story about finding a good reason to live for, not about thinking all the miserable parts of your life will magically go away and be solved. Which is an exceptionally rare and exceptionally important message especially in this day and age and in children's cartoons. It teaches children to find peace with life, even with the harsh parts of it, by looking for beauty in places they might have not look for it in the first place: all of that while not even in the slightest the importance of things like courage and bravery.

Most people were pissed at it because it actively undermined the established clichés of the genre by having a magic mcguffin that actually does not stop the evil and that actually isn't even magic in the first place, and the story just simply letting the evil wash over the world with very little done to punish and stop it.
Except that is much more pertinent message to give sometimes. The true magic in Secret of Kells is art and the hope that it represents, the true evil is thinking that you can change the world and ironically losing that hope in the process.
That is actually some clever and deep shit right there, the sort of message that one might not want to hear, but needs to hear even more.
That is some beauty of storytelling, really.
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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
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>>49519821
>The fact that it told a story about A) the importance of beauty itself, and B) that not all evil will be defeated, and that defeating the evil was never really the point.
>It's a story about finding a good reason to live for, not about thinking all the miserable parts of your life will magically go away and be solved. Which is an exceptionally rare and exceptionally important message especially in this day and age and in children's cartoons. It teaches children to find peace with life, even with the harsh parts of it, by looking for beauty in places they might have not look for it in the first place: all of that while not even in the slightest the importance of things like courage and bravery.
Yeah I got all of that,
Wouldn't call it the greatest story eva though...
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>>49505343
The Goonies/Big Trouble in Little China
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>>49519823
The cover looks like a far more exciting story than I imagine the film was.
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>>49519932
>Wouldn't call it the greatest story eva though...
Better than 99% of all stories told in cartoons, really. Not sure what your measures for a good story are, but meangfulness, relatability and actual relevance to real world are criteria I'd personally chose. And by those, yeah. It's one of the best I've ever seen in a child story, and in pop-culture movie production in general.
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>>49519823
I wonder what made Jousting helmets so popular back then.

They were always the type you saw whenever plate armour cropped up.
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>>49507079
Its red.
I mean theres flash parodies betyer looking than that.
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>>49519821
If I had to guess they got pissed off because 'its okay to let evil win' is a horrible message to tell children.
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>>49508452
Heavy Metal is basically animated album art. It's interesting but I was too sober when I last watched it.
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>>49520284
First of all, they evil does not actually win. The book is saved in the end. Hell, even the Abbot and many of the inhabitants of Kells survive. But really, THE BOOK IS FUCKING SAVED, and a bunch of fucking vikings are murdered viciously for trying to destroy it.

Second of all, teaching children that evil can always be defeated in a straight forward manner is actually equally as terrible message. And if you'd watch the movie, you'd really know that the message is everything BUT "just let the evil win." I mean for fuck sake Brendan even fucking challenges and defeats Crom. Have you even watched the damn thing?
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>>49518250
Some faggot.
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>>49520340
I am commenting on how you chose to describe its message, don't get pissy.

And don't wilfully misrepresent what I am saying either. That's just pointless spite.
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Not my favorite movie, but one I quite like.
And I'm sure it fit's some /tg/. CoC or Unknown Armies, maybe?
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>>49519823
>>49519974
Back when spoony was good he covered it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VOiK2mGzAAk
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How could you people forget cthulhu
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>>49519393
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1493886/
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>>49505343
Big Trouble i-
>>49505400
Beat me to it
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>>49505422
>>49505800
All excellent
>>49505343
This too
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Secret of NIMH fucked me up as a kid. "Cute mice on an adventure! Yay! I love thOHSHIT THEY'RE STABBING EACH OTHER!"
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>>49510633
Underrated recommendation here.
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>>49515989
Was it "The Great Land of Small"? I seem to remember that one a bit, but more the other movies in the "Tales for All" series (which includes "Tommy Tricker and the Stamp Traveler" and "La Guerre des Tuques")
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned Dune (in any iteration) obviously the books were better, but without the 4 hour movie, I would never have found the books.

Or the Star Wars influencing Watership Down.

Or even John Carter (the movie i have not seen, but if faithful at all to the Howard books, is basically a Mary Sue character of mythic proportions, and that's fa/tg/uy right there.)
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>>49515717
Holy shit thank you for introducing this to me.
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>>49522065
>Or even John Carter (the movie i have not seen, but if faithful at all to the Howard books, is basically a Mary Sue character of mythic proportions, and that's fa/tg/uy right there.)

The John Carter of Mars (or Barsoom) series were written by Edgar Rice Burroughs (also of Tarzan, The Land that Time Forgot, and At The Earth's Core/Pellucidar fame) not Robert E. Howard.
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>>49522313
Crap, yeah sorry. Bad mislead on my part. Burroughs also originated the word Sith in the Barsoom series. A giant wasp.

Thanks anon.
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>>49519821
>It teaches children to find peace with life, even with the harsh parts of it, by looking for beauty in places they might have not look for it in the first place
Well said, man. I loved this movie. It's a goddamn masterpiece of western animation. And the music was stunning too.

Pangur Ban still makes my hair stand on end whenever I hear it.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cKIxtjv6So8
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>>49505343
Princes Bride of course.
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>>49520628
well someone did mention Event Horizon
there's also this movie but it's too campy http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0264508/
speaking of non american movies i wish i could recommend Fantaghiro but i have never watched a full movie, being saturday afternoon and all that. also not sure how it would help GMing ideas but she's cute and that's what i most remember
there's also this end-of-80s movie about a blonde alien landcrashing in the medieval era and lasering people and dragons around but i never ever found it on internet
and there's these two Sean Connery movies which (along with Time Bandits) are only worht mentioning because it's god-damned young Sean Connery
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0084750/
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0091605/
bonus Sean Connery track: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0113071/
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>>49506004
It's got some quality swordplay.
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>>49522514
HD version of Pangur Ban:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7VT3ewiaMys
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Sharpe
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>>49522554
>>49522514
Great fucking song. Great fucking film
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>>49514448
I watched it at eight years old, while home from school with a high fever.
This is probably the best circumstance to see Wizards.
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>>49510633
I'm a Pole and find this movies really fucking boring


sorry
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>>49511350
>Hey,have you read Solaris?
>What if instead of somehow benevolent planet,we make Solaris a fucking realm of Khorne?

still,the movie is pretty good
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>>49510265
The Fall was so good.The visual design is worth seeing the movie for alone, but it's also coupled with a strong and genuinely touching plot. 10/10.

For me the top /tg/ movie is Dark City, which is just perfectly atmospheric and haunting, with a pretty great cast. You just have to mute the intro until it swoops down onto the city all the way, or the studio-mandated opening narration will spoil the plot.
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>>49522065
there are few things worth mentioning about Dune movie and they are all in this post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMnM1Qww2xs
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>>49514833
Christ, no wonder you're single. The poison has reached your brain.
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>>49522792
>Sharpe's Regiment - that brilliant one off that takes you out of your comfort zone
>Sharpe's Gold - that time the GM was on acid and made everyone uncomfortable
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>>49523512
>Sharpe's Gold
To be fair it was cool even it it didn't make sense.
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>>49505343
That movie is tg related?
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>So many mentions of 13th Warrior
Today was a good day. A good day...
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>>49523577
But then again, not a single mention of Ladyhawke...
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>>49509738
I hate brony culture and MLP, but The Last Unicorn is easily one of the best animated films I have ever seen.
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>>49507062
Daily reminder 2nd film was crap.
But a good kind of crap.
The kind of crap you get when your GM wants to run D&D campaign full-on stereotypes and cliches.
The kind of crap you only start to appriciate when everyone and everything around treats itself dead-serious

And true, Barbarian doesn't even get 1/10 of the credit it deserves. I mean average fantasy flick is STILL trying to imitate what Barbarian pulled off at first try.
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>>49523613
I just came to put out Reservoir Dogs.
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Even though it's low budget, I enjoyed SAGA: Curse of the Shadow.

It's worth a one time watch.
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>>49523652
Barbarian is so good because everything went right. The writing is good, the cast is good, the set and prop design and the locations are all fantastic, the cinematography is good-- it's clearly a labour of love, and it all comes together to create an intense and pervading mood that holds the film together and lets it treat its themes with a gravitas that Destroyer and 2011 lack.

I think both of the later Conans are also really fun, but Barbarian is truly great.

I also think that the reason 2011 is the way it is is that a lot of people saw Barbarian as kids and then never again, and didn't notice at the time how strong all of the stuff that wasn't action was; then when they remember the film as adults, what comes to mind is more the ways it's similar to Destroyer than the ways its different, and that's what influences exceptions for Conan 2011.
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>>49523726
Interesting. If your pic related is the movie you're talking about, I know it as Curse of the Dragonslayer.

I agree that it's a lot of fun and worth a look, though.
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>>49513718
I thought this movie was the perfect amount of camp and action, definitely a 10/10 scifi B-movie in my book.
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>>49523647
>>49509738
can you cut it out with MLP? The Last Unicorn is based on a fantasy novel by Peter S. Beagle
you're all acting like "The BFG? i don't watch mickey mouse shit, sorry" for crying out loud, it's got nothing to do
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>>49513611
FUCK THAT WAS SUCH A FUN SONG
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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>Not a single mention of 2nd Gamers film
Seriously? Probably the best amateur tg-related and tg-based stuff in existence and not mentioned even once.
It's even good outside the cheesy context of (after all pretty hermetic) tg-context
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>>49523843
Yep, thats the one. It's also called Rise of the Shadow warrior & The Shadow Cabal for some reason

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XM8Uk_raYBc
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>>49523864
This film was so bad it was just horrible.
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Surprised this one hasn't been brought up yet. It's a classic example of what happens when the players and DM throw seriousness to the side and just start trying to see how much they can get away with.
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Obligatory.
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>>49505343
Well it's not fucking Wizards, i'll tell you that much.
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>>49523949
Gamers 1 and 2 are both pretty charming. The third one has its moments, but its weaker overall.

In the vein of Gamers, THACO is a fantastic film that is kind of like Waiting for Godot for fatguys. The whole thing is available free on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DOgtY7vMeDo
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>>49523965
>regurgitated second-hand opinion

No, it wasn't. It's the perfect /tg/ movie, really.

http://www.slashfilm.com/video-you-dont-understand-sucker-punch/
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>>49518250
I think he was captain of a spaceship or something?
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Is pic related /tg/?
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>>49524107
That can't be true.
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>>49524170
Is that some kind of Sigourney Weaver mannequin?
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>>49524102
I watched the movie the week it came out and understood it fully.
I still hated it.
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>>49524046
The only time where ending tailored for the studio was better than the original director's vision
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>>49524102
There is nothing to understand. It was absolutely retarded, incoherent schlock without any plot whatsoever and just dumb action sequence after sequence, sliced with quasi-intellectual bullshit inbetween.
Even fucking Jennifer's Body is better as tg movie, while made in the same vein of showing hot chicks intead of plot.
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>>49524163
Kung Fu Hustle is a perfect /tg/ material when running anything even remotely related with wuxia
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>>49524356
I like the original ending better. In my mind Ash went on to fight Mad Max deadites.
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>>49507218
I was taking a math class at community college some years ago, and doing homework outside before class one day. One of my classmates came up to me and asked if we could work together, so we start doing some math shit. While I'm flipping through my notes he sees some some of my fantasy drawings or whatever I had in there and he starts telling me about heavy metal.

Now I'm a white dude, he's a black dude, not full on du-rag and t-shirt with looney tunes and gold airbrush, but he probably had friends like that. And he's telling me about heavy metal and it's like his favorite movie, I had heard of it but never watched it and didn't know much about it. Got introduced to a new, long-running facet of tg related stuff from an unexpected place, and it was great.
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>>49505359
I want to make this into a setting. Players are homeless people fighting back against a super powerful crime family.
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>>49514232
>You get a few okay episodes here and there, but the storylines are just awful
yep thats doctor who for ya, I still like it though but damn are some of the episodes just stupid. You get some good ones like some of the cybermen episodes, and then you get full retard ones such as believe in Tennant Jesus, and SANDMEN.
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>>49523003
If you like Dark City, you should also check out City of Lost Children.
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>>49518206
Yes.

Nothing about virgins though. Though the evil wizard's dragon Bryagh does seem to have a taste for cannibalism.
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>>49524255
Well that's you. I just watched the director's cut and it made perfect sense. I think a lot of people just couldn't integrate the crazy robots, dragons, nazis and other bullshit with the story of sexual slavery and abuse underneath it.

As regards to /tg/, it's basically RIFTS: The Music Video: The Movie!!!
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>>49518339
Boone was so much better as Smaug than Cumberbatch.
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>>49524255
Watch this explanation and let me know if you still think the same way about it afterwards.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gXir4Pu0f0

>why that particular title for the movie?
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>>49509634
Just watched it, and can give a hearty second.

Pity Schmendrick's VA was a bit flat, but other than that it was great.
>tfw you find out why the King did what he did
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>>49525746
>Watch this explanation and let me know if you still think the same way about it afterwards

>some youtube fag talking about the movie will somehow make anon like a movie they didn't enjoy watching

I thought the movie was okay but holy shit stop doing this.
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>>49509634
>if, by the time you come to make your live-action version of your movie, I have passed on, do not let it concern you. I have risen from the dead several times. I know how it’s done.

It still hurts, /tg/.



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