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  1. 21 hours ago, Lynk said:

    I love the Scream 5 ones the most for some reason lmao. Also I really forgot that Charlie and Jill were a thing

    Those were the first one I did, I also think they’re the best of them because they seem the most realistic. Probably because those two are established to have met on and hatched their murder scheme over Reddit, so if anyone would leave such a trail over socials, it’d be them bebe1 

     

    A bunch of people asked me to do these kind of posts for the first three movies which I found both flattering and odd since texting didn’t exist back then rip4 but I did decide to do transcripts of phone calls between Mickey and Mrs. Loomis, we’ll see how those turn out bebe1 

  2. 8 minutes ago, Wonho said:

    OMG, you still have more figures? So you just need more bookshelves? kylie9 

    That's actually really creative of them lol... must be fun to collect because you never know what characters you're going to make (or do you have an idea once you get a leg?)

    I need more room in my house itself more than extra shelves bebe1 With that said though I could certainly get different shelves/wall-units that make better use of the space they take up but that's a different project. But yea, I'd say about two-thirds of my Marvel collection is on display. I don't necessarily want to display every single one I have anyway, I have like ten different Wolverines for example bebe1 

     

    No, it's on the back of the box so you know from the beginning, like the picture below. If memory serves, all the ones I've built are Juggernaut, Absorbing Man, Sandman, Vulture, the Kree Sentry, Cull Obsidian, Titus, Mantis, Gladiator Hulk, Okoye, Monster Venom and Man-Thing bebe1 I also have the Giant-Man one but I ordered it complete on eBay, didn't collect the whole wave there myself bebe1 

     

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  3. 11 minutes ago, Wonho said:

    Your collection is a marvel, Dennis ari5

    How long did you collect these? It must be worth thousands of dollars kylie9

    Some of them like The Thing and one Spider-Man figure I've had for literally twenty years bebe1 Pretty much since then, there's a lot of figures I have that I don't display at the moment, those are all in plastic drawers. Hobby definitely got amped up the more money I had bebe1 One of my favorite things about Marvel is that they'll do a thing called build-a-figures, which is they'll release an arm, leg, head, etc. with individual figures in a wave, enticing you to buy all of them and get another character out of it bebe1 

  4. 1 hour ago, Mr. Mendes said:

    Goddamn that's beautiful. How long did it take to amass all this?

    Quite some time bebe1 I'd say the hobby got really amped up about three years ago though.

     

    49 minutes ago, Wonho said:

    @Dennis Reynolds I love this set up, what I learned was that there is a switch box for multiple console cables, I didn't know that before and kept switching cables behind the TV. Now that I know, I'm going to buy one the next time I have multiple gaming consoles bey11

    That was a large part of the inception of this bebe1 I got really sick of fumbling around changing connections and unplugging/plugging devices in so I went all in with the switchers and large power strips. And then when my parents gave me a TV with more ports, I turned into even more of a monster because now I had twice the space bebe1 

     

    52 minutes ago, Jake said:

    This is absolutely gorgeous wow. Mine is similar to this but with a lot more dust and fucked up cording rip2 Need to get on that.

    I may have dusted a little bit myself bebe1 You can still some a fair bit on the back of the TV. And the wires...a friend of mine told me the sheer amount just makes the back of the unit look like some sort of H.R. Giger monstrosity bebe1 I was actually thinking about using some zip ties to round up all the cords, but...eh bebe1 I'd love to see yours sometime!

  5. On 4/8/2020 at 9:02 PM, LittleDudeNT5 said:

    I'll have to go back and check the others, but I know I also love Bart's Comet and Lisa on Ice. 

     

    On 4/9/2020 at 12:22 AM, SHANE said:

    I need to do another rewatch but Boyz n the hood and Bart’s Comet are two I love off the top of my head. 

    For some reason "Hey there, Blimpy Boy" is KILLING ME dead2 especially the sad reprise dead2 

     

     

     

  6. 6 hours ago, SHANE said:

    Whenever Bart breaks his hard self exterior I weep, especially when it’s for Lisa oprah2

    He's often pretty quick to defend her if someone else is antagonising her, like in Bart the General or Das Bus. There's also the Round Springfield episode where he forgoes the ultimate pog in favor of buying the Bleeding Gums Murphy record for her because she was the only one who believed he was actually ill rip2 

     

    6 hours ago, SHANE said:

    I need to do another rewatch but Boyz n the hood and Bart’s Comet are two I love off the top of my head. 

    Boy Scoutz n the Hood has one of the absolute funniest scenes lmfao2 

     

     

  7. 5 minutes ago, LittleDudeNT5 said:

    Honestly Lisa and Bart's relationship is so wonderful – in that episode and in many others. I always adore when they work together/team-up rather than constantly being combative. The Simpsons knew how to juggle character relationships really well. 

    The Secret War of Lisa Simpson was another one that has a nice ending with them, with Bart cheering her on knowing the other cadets will all hate him for it.

     

    One character pairing I wish they would do more of is Bart and Maggie. It has happened with the occasional gag or minor side story, but considering how many episodes have been centered around every other two caharacters within the family it seems untapped to me rip2 As far as I know, those two have never had so much as one A-story together - Lisa and Maggie isn't huge either but at least there's a couple episodes.

  8. 54 minutes ago, LittleDudeNT5 said:

    I'll have to go back and check the others, but I know I also love Bart's Comet and Lisa on Ice. 

    I think Lisa on Ice has one of the best endings to any episode, in that it's simultaneously very sweet with Bart and Lisa remembering the good times in their relationship and also extremely hilarious with Homer's reaction that "they're both losers" and the ensuing riot rip4 "If you get eaten, it's your own fault" is also one of the funniest sequences rip2 

  9. 11 minutes ago, RihannaRTT said:

    The way some have like 500 and others have like 2 SENDS me dead2 Particularly the PS4 having six. I have like 25+ games but at least 2/3rd I hardly played (some I haven't even opened) dead2 

    Yeah, some of them like the Sega Saturn and the Famicom I just got recently, so I haven't built up much of a collection yet rip2 Not all of them though - I've had the Wii since it was new, just wasn't a huge fan of the controller more or less (I love Wii Sports though).

     

    The PS4 I got last August. I've played all of them to some extent but I haven't really dived into Mad Max or Jedi - Fallen Order yet.

     

  10. 1 hour ago, Hylia said:

    Idk why I’m just seeing this fall8 I haven’t seen it yet, but I plan to soon!

    Weird fall8 I didn't edit the comment or anything either.

     

    Anyways, it's a pretty good movie, there's one surprise that I particularly enjoyed. I was kinda thinking it might fall into the "cop/detective and a _____" mystery subgenre like Alien Nation, Theodore Rex, Bright, Happytime Murders, etc., but the plot is a bit more interesting than I would've guessed. It's probably the second best such movie after Who Framed Roger Rabbit fall8 

  11. 42 minutes ago, Dan said:

    YEah I definitely agree with you, Us is a must. The 1980 version of Pet Sematary was OK... only memorable scene was the kid getting run over fall2 

    And you should watch the trailer for Greta if you get a chance, it actually looks interesting and I love the more "realistic" horror-thriller stories like that.

    I remember that scene but for all the wrong reasons dead2 the staging, the father's acting...ugh.

     

    I'll check it out later.

  12. 28 minutes ago, Dan said:

    @Dennis Reynolds Do you plan on seeing Us or the new Pet Semetary? Also, I thought Greta looked kind of good :D  I want to see all 3.

    I definitely want to see Us, I actually planned on seeing it last weekend but that didn't really work out and I ended up seeing an early screening of Shazam instead. Hopefully I'll see it in a week or two.

     

    Pet Sematary looks all right, and John Lithgow's presence raises my anticipation. I'm not much of a fan of the 1980s adaptation but this one looks better. I'm sure I'll see it, yeah.

     

    Greta I hadn't heard of up until now. Sounds OK.

  13. 3 minutes ago, Dan said:

    Also I’ve never loved Shymalan since he ruined Avatar the last air bender cry4 

    I've never seen it sia2 I have also never seen the show sia2 I've seen every other movie he's done minus his little known debut Praying with Anger and Wide Awake though. I have very strong positive and negative opinions on various films of his though dead2 Unbreakable's my favorite and Signs is the one I really hate.

  14. 1 minute ago, Dan said:

    I liked it waaaaay more than the reviews were painting it. Like it’s definitely not one of my favorites but I was happy with it and enjoyed it the whole way through. I liked the twists it had too, but the end just seemed really anticlimactic and kinda dumb in my opinion.. but maybe that was the point oprah12 

    I can see what people are talking about, with the anti-climax, 

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    particularly when the main hero drowns in a puddle of water

    but yes, I do think the intention was to subvert expectations. To have them 

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    make it to the tower

    would be a different movie. I think he's carved out a great and unique little trilogy.

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