February 9, 2011

To her friend on why MONSTER SQUAD is more awesome than GOONIES...

She makes a good point.

35 comments:

  1. Goonies has a higher rating on IMDB and about 50,000 more votes for it... Goonies rule.

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  2. I kinda have a crush on her now.

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  3. I thought he was some sort of mutant?

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  4. I want to make babies with her.

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  5. Sloth could take Frankenstein... no contest

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  6. The Monster Squad didn't have a fat kid? What about the fat kid that everyone called "fat kid"?

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  7. Sloth could single-handedly dust the entire Monster Squad.

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  8. Wow, someone scoop her up and introduce her to Mom.

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  9. Someone gets a high-five. I'm not sure who yet.

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  10. First off- Sloth was SUPERMAN, hello???
    And secondly, seriously, Goonies had something Monster Squad did not have: CHARM.
    'Nuff Said.

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  11. Yeah, I'm gonna go with Lost Boys on this one.

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  12. Wow this kinda sounds like the Mighty Mouse versus Underdog argument

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  13. Frankenstein != Frankenstein's Monster.

    That is all.

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  14. I've never understood the appeal of The Goonies. This gal gets a high-five from me and a +2 Cloak vs Creepy 'Geek Girls Must Be Had Sex With' Comments.

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  15. But guys look at that overbite

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  16. A fat kid and a retard? She just described 80% of the clientele of the game store I visit.

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  17. Hilarious... I get your stuff via RSS, and I'm thinking as I read the comment: "...and? She's right!"... then I see your comment "She makes a good point"... glad we're on the same page here.

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  18. ZombiWorkshop2/09/2011 3:11 PM

    Hells yeah. Monster Squad was one big bag of awesome. Nothing against Goonies (or indeed Lost Boys.) but I've had way more fun showing people The Monster Squad.

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  19. Goonies was okay, but Monster Squad friggin' rocks. What other movie has ever answered the question of whether or not the wolfman has nards?

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  20. Goonies all the way. It is a classic.

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  21. Goonies has the plus of actually being a good movie. Don't get me wrong, I love Monster Squad, but I can admit that it's all nostalgia because that movie is really a huge piece of shit. Goonies I could see someone watching for the first time now and still enjoying, but unless you saw Monster Squad when you were 8 you're going to look at it and "what the fuck IS this?"

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  22. The Goonies are good enough. Just ask Cyndi Lauper...

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  23. TheBrigeedaRocks2/09/2011 6:07 PM

    And I know have to track down Monster Squad to see what the crap everyone is talking about.

    TO THE INTERNET!

    ...Oh, right. I'm already here.

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  24. I'm shocked at the lack of references to "retard strength" thus far.

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  25. zombiworkshop2/10/2011 2:02 AM

    In all fairness, at least the fatkid in Monster Squad busted out a shotgun at one point (Remember his name? :P), and Frankensteins monster took photo's of Sean's sis in the buff. Nothing that cool happened in Goonies, sirs.

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  26. I had to link to Buffyfest, because they write about a customer that says something that's made for this blog

    http://buffyfest.blogspot.com/2011/02/buffys-birthday-bash-recap.html

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  27. Monster Squad's fat kid had a shotgun, I'm giving the edge to them.

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  28. he wasn't the fat kid. his name ... is horace.

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  29. The Goonies win because the 25th anniversary box set comes with a board game.

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  30. I like both of them, but Monster squad deffinitely gets the edge due to the line..."Wolfman's got Nards." If that doesn't sum up the eighteis, what does??

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  31. Truer words were never spoken.

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  32. "Monster Squad" is a better movie, so she has a point there. But still...

    And R.I.P. Horace :(

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