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Discussion in 'Survival/Preparedness Forum' started by DrSticky, Jun 20, 2012.
I might have to go see that. If you knew the world was screwed, It would probably be just like that.
I really doubt there will be that much order for so long before everything erupted into chaos. I think the major cities would be warzones right after the realization sinks in that there is no consequence for lawlessness.
i think i am more likely to see that than some of his more recent films.
and yea, a little more order than i would expect.
Well, it's hard to have a romantic comedy set against an anarchic dystopia. Give Hollywood a break...they gotta get the chicks to view the film in order to make their nut.
I'll be passing on this film.
Steve Carrol in a SHTF film? I think I will skip it.
In case you were wondering this is how it will be when the world ends.
Pretty sure it's not.
Keira Knightley.....how do I say this without being crude? I would like to spend some time getting to know her. IF she is anything like her on screen persona,.....
Which one? Domino?
I think any one of those personae would be just fine, thanks...
Looks like it might be a funny movie. .
Yeah I'm with you on that. He is like an Ashton Kusher...zero talent as an actor.
He's got way more talent than Ashton Kutcher. Which is like saying I got more musical talent than half of the rappers out there.
What's musical talent got to do with rap?
Not sure I've ever seen those two concepts equated before.
Nothing, absolutely nothing, for the most part.
But I will give some rappers some kudos for having a modicum of lyrical creativity and music sampling creativity. Not a lot, not most, but a few have it.
I think it would be good entertainment, like Night at the Museum......
maybe its just me getting old and thus cranky, but what does talent have to do with all popular music today?