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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Mechabreaker » Tue May 24, 2011 2:07 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
ironrod prime wrote:in the first movie the comedy was suttle but effective
Except for the whole "Were you... masterbating?" scene. That was just as forced and unneeded as the stuff put into ROTF (in fact, that scene was purposely cut out from several foreign releases of the film). :|

I still cringe every time I watch that scene.

Just... why?
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby ironrod prime » Tue May 24, 2011 3:51 pm

Sabrblade wrote:Except for the whole "Were you... masterbating?" scene. That was just as forced and unneeded as the stuff put into ROTF (in fact, that scene was purposely cut out from several foreign releases of the film). :|


yeah ok it may have been unnessisary but i didnt think it was forced
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Saberfrost » Tue May 24, 2011 4:46 pm

Well I found two problems

1. Too much crude humor and cursing

2. Not enough Sideswipe and Soundwave........
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Sabrblade » Tue May 24, 2011 11:09 pm

ironrod prime wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:Except for the whole "Were you... masterbating?" scene. That was just as forced and unneeded as the stuff put into ROTF (in fact, that scene was purposely cut out from several foreign releases of the film). :|


yeah ok it may have been unnessisary but i didnt think it was forced
But that question seemed to come out of nowhere. Even her husband was weirded out by that question, thinking that her asking it was just... :?: :shock: :?: :o :?:
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby ironrod prime » Wed May 25, 2011 11:09 am

Sabrblade wrote:But that question seemed to come out of nowhere. Even her husband was weirded out by that question, thinking that her asking it was just... :?: :shock: :?: :o :?:


like i said unnessisary but not forced
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Sabrblade » Wed May 25, 2011 11:18 am

ironrod prime wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:But that question seemed to come out of nowhere. Even her husband was weirded out by that question, thinking that her asking it was just... :?: :shock: :?: :o :?:


like i said unnessisary but not forced
Okay, how so? How did it flow smoothly into that scene in any way?
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Mechabreaker » Wed May 25, 2011 3:53 pm

Sabrblade wrote:
ironrod prime wrote:
Sabrblade wrote:But that question seemed to come out of nowhere. Even her husband was weirded out by that question, thinking that her asking it was just... :?: :shock: :?: :o :?:


like i said unnessisary but not forced
Okay, how so? How did it flow smoothly into that scene in any way?

It didn't. ;)
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby ironrod prime » Wed May 25, 2011 7:45 pm

i dont know where you guys have been for the last ten years but masturbation has become a natural part of young boys since late 2000 and so it was a standerd question to ask i mean come on if you were locked in your room for several minnutes only to open the to find your parrents there what do you think they would ask
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby Sabrblade » Wed May 25, 2011 10:43 pm

ironrod prime wrote:i mean come on if you were locked in your room for several minnutes only to open the to find your parrents there what do you think they would ask

"What are you doing?"
"Why don't you come out of your room?"
"Are you okay?"
"Are you hiding something from us?"
"Can we talk to you?"
"May we have a moment of your time?"
"Can you help us with something real quick?"
"Did you forget to do what we told you?"
"Are you avoiding us on purpose?"
"Do you know what you did today?"
"Did you need us for anything?"
"You know what will happen if you go behind our backs again, right?"
"What time did you say you work today?"
"Do you work today?"
"Can you go get the others for me this afternoon?"
"Are you busy?"
"Can you give me a hand with something?"
"What's your schedule like for this week?"
"What days do you have off?"
"Can you come put away your mess from breakfast/lunch/dinner?"
"Can you go take the trash out?"
"Did you remember to take the trash out?"
"Is [*insert person's name here*] home yet?"
"Can you run a load of laundry real quick?"
"Did you remember to vacuum today?"
"What did you want me to pick up for you later on my way home?"
"Did you put all that you need on the grocery list?"
"When do you next get paid?"

Those are the kinds of questions my parents ask me when I find them standing at my doorway when I'm alone in my room for a long time. And, coming from them, not one of them has to do with masturbation (nor does any one of those sentences directly relate to it, as that is only one of many connotations that that can come from these questions). And I usually am in my room for a long time... on the computer, talking with you guys. ;)
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Re: Problems with the Movies

Postby ironrod prime » Thu May 26, 2011 12:30 am

great 2 down 56 trilion to go
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