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11-06-08 10:02 PM
chromedog Oh he's a cool friend (and a professional SFX guy and modelmaker) he just has some very questionable taste in movies. I've received quite a few cool birthday presents off him, though, over the years, so I'm happy to overlook the occasional duds (He made me a fibreglass boba-fett helmet for a present over 15 years ago which I still have).
11-06-08 09:28 PM
EndangeredHuman
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Originally Posted by chromedog View Post
ST3 is dire, but the marauder suits are almost cool.
I got a copy as a birthday present (but i got 'plan 9 from outer space' from the same guy last year, so things are improving. I'm expecting Star Trek:Nemesis next year.)
That's an epic friend you have there, I have to say it.
11-05-08 10:38 AM
chromedog I'll second that call.

Trooper Bil, reporting for duty, you bowb-head! I'd salute, but I can't get the other arm working right.

I had the nickname in highschool. I read SF (there were a few of us) and a bunch of us had read Bill. Harry Harrison is still one of my favourite writers.

ST3 is dire, but the marauder suits are almost cool.
I got a copy as a birthday present (but i got 'plan 9 from outer space' from the same guy last year, so things are improving. I'm expecting Star Trek:Nemesis next year.)
08-09-08 04:23 AM
Col. Schafer The first movie was ah... morbidly funny? The second was lame except for the line
"Hurry up and grow we need more meat for the grinder!" (or something to that effect)

We need a "bill the galactic hero" movie.
08-06-08 10:14 PM
EndangeredHuman

Those.. animations...

Man, that film looks like it's either a) Mostly set in a single trench during day or night. b) using rehashed scenes of things blowing up from the first film or c) trying to make us laugh at the low budget props and over-polished actors.

08-06-08 09:04 PM
Morgal The book was awsome....
I have no idea how one could call the movie and the book related.
It's like jerrasic park inspiring the land before time...
08-06-08 07:43 PM
Lord Sinkoran
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Tbh the only reason Starship Troopers rates so highly with me is because of the action scenes being the closest thing to Imperial Guard vs Nids movie wise.
same hear. I want a 40k movie.
08-06-08 03:18 PM
Jezlad I like all Paul Verhoeven movies. His quirky little adverts are awesome.

Remember the nuke board game in robocop?
08-06-08 02:59 PM
Marneus Calgar
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I didn't even know there was a ST3...
I didnt know there was a ST2...
08-06-08 09:57 AM
PieMan i liked the first one but i dont get what was so bad about the second one. i liked it

to anyone who wants to watch the third one:DON'T
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