Sunday, April 09, 2017

"Quickly Brad, there are thousands of lives at stake..."

... On second thoughts, they're only Redshirts.




Who knew Richard Dreyfuss could be so callous?

[Original Close Encounters poster via]

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  1. I feel like I just entered the Twilight Zone.

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  2. I'm ordering 56 more speakers for my sound system so that I can enjoy every sonic nuance of the film as it is intended in the full multi-dimensional soundscape of 63 MAGO®!

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    1. 56 more? Then you must already have 43...

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  3. Dons non-croc footwear and wanders off to the beach...

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    1. Just don't wear a red shirt/blouse - sharks/tornados/jellyfish/lightning are drawn to them! I'm doing this for your own safety, you know?!

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    2. Aww...you really do care!

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  4. Notify the Kobali. They're about to receive a population boost.

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    1. I've sent an encrypted subspace message to liaison Lyndsay Ballard, or Jhet'leya as she's known now.

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  5. This soundtrack is incredible : Kalashnikow plays Gagarin on the "Stalinorgel" - a real boost ! Especially "Katyuska my love" is great for the slow-motion sequences that make "The Wild Bunch" look like Kindergeburtstag !

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    1. Such powerful and emotive choices, Mago! I particularly enoyed the clapping of the treshchotka at the climax of the scene where all those RedShirts fall into that giant blender.

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  6. Im loving the redshirts on THE WALKING DEAD .....so far most are still alive

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    1. Ah, so that's where they've been escaping to! Although, "out of the frying pan and into the fire" springs to mind...

      Welcome, John! Is this your first visit, or have you been lurking a while?

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  7. I'm exhausted darling... all that pec buffing and nipple tweaking has done me in... and besides... some joker decided to show them the latest superman movie during a filming break and they all returned to set wearing their underpants on the outside of their costume and an assortment of tablecloths and bedsheets draping their shoulders... So, it was back to wardrobe for another two hours whilst I personally rectified the situation

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    1. Your services to filmmaking costumerie cannot be underplayed, Princess. You are a martyr to your work. I can't think of anyone else who could last as long as you do with all those strapping young men fooling around.

      Although, I hear the capes finished some of them off which lessened your workload...?

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