Hi Jammed, it's from the trailer, the bot near the end who seems to be trying to grab someone or something close to the screen.
Johat, where did you get your avatar picture from?
LOL. That would be great Johat!
Ahh, good old "down under". I need to go there someday, my friends play aussie football and the australians on the team are the nicest persons I've ever met.
Thanks for the compliment on my english, it certainly helps to have english lessons in school starting when you're 10 and ending when you're 19.
Also, we don't do any silly voice-overs on tv-shows and movies that are in english, which also helps when both typing and talking the language. As well as I use it on a daily basis in my work.
So if I ever go to Austraila, I'll drop by your place, share a few beers and discuss movies 'til the sun rises!
Hope you get better soon! No, unfortunately I have never left the confines of this hole known as "Australia". Did you learn English in school? Cause its flawless spelling and language use.
Yeah, Southern Sweden is my place. Ever been here?
Ahhh... so you missed out on those movies? They are exceptional! And a great nuisance (spelling?) when you are home ill, as I am at the moment.
Are you really in Southern Sweden? cool.
I have yet to see "Requiem for a Dream", "American Psycho"or "Fear and Loathing". I MUST WATCH THEM ALL! (I love Se7en!)
Hey, I noticed in another thread in the forums that you like American Beauty as well.
How could I forget about that one? Or American Psycho (the book is even better than the already great movie). Or Se7en. Gahhh, too many good movies to even start listing them..
Ah yes! "Crash"! I had almost forgot about that movie. The end is really emotional, when he thinks he sees his daughter (or was it wife? I can't remember), it brought tears to my eyes as well.
Really, really good movie, Johnny Depp is always great (see "Fear and loathing in Las Vegas" if you haven't already).
And yes, I also liked "Children of Men". It felt like a cross between the "V for Vendetta"-future (another one of my favorites as well... I have a lot of them... ) and the filming-techniques of "Saving Private Ryan".
The scene with the soldiers in the building when the baby cries is easily top 10 scenes ever.
I have never gotten around to watching "The Thin Red Line", I need to do that some day. Have you seen "Requiem for a Dream"?
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