April 22, 2012

To his friend while they discussed movies...


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  1. Wow. Just....wow

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  2. Well, it's true. More people hated Human Centipede than hated Hunger Games. The real key to success in the industry is that people like your movie.

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  3. Yeah. That's totally the only reason.

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  4. That's the wisest thing I've ever heard! Killing children is much more mainstream than sewing asses together!

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    1. I haven't seen the Human Centipede, and I don't plan to, but I don't think he was sewing asses together.

      They were all facing the same way.

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    2. The hype machine got kind of out of hand for Human Centipede. The idea is more shocking than the actual movie is - not a whole lot of up close and personal gore, the final effect is basically three people with bandages around their heads and a bit of red dye, and the doctor character is too goofy to take seriously.

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    3. "Too goofy"??? -What? Dieter Laser is THE only reason anyone should even watch the film! He's fucking awesome! -He destroyed a universe you know?

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    4. Oh- and we all know that sewing "Ass-to-ASS!!!" creates a Human Spider thanks to The Cinema Snob...

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  5. One movie had people forced to go ass to mouth, the other felt like you were going ass to mouth.
    I really could have done without the both of them.

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  6. What, no "it's true" tag?

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    1. Somebody always says this on nearly every entry. I'm sure if he wanted to tag it as "it's true" he would've.

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  7. When everybody thinks something sucks they aren't being haters; they're right.

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    1. Well...no...they're having an opinion.

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    2. I guess not everybody watches Tosh.0.

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  8. I'm still trying to determine why anyone (besides the most hardcore bad-movie buff or a certain sort of fetishist) would willingly watch (or participate in the making of) "The Human Centipede" or its sequels. From all descriptions it is the cinematic equivalent of digging out a long, wet booger and eating it because you're not getting enough attention at the dinner table.

    So, yeah, hater.

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  9. That man ... seems to also have claws.

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  10. honestly though, he has a point, it's not like teenage girls outnumber weird creeps by a significant margin

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  11. Anon 10:26 — "The idea is more shocking than the actual movie is"

    Watch part 2.

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  12. I watched Phelous' review of the movie, and I have to say that the reason the movie didn't succeed is because underneath all that cheap shock value was a textbook example of an Idiot Plot.

    Why was the scientist trying to do this despite previous attempts and everything known about medical science saying it won't work? He's an idiot!

    Why couldn't the policemen figure out what was going on? They were idiots!

    Why didn't the girls manage to escape? They were idiots!

    Why did the Japanese guy kill himself just as he was about to be rescued? He was an idiot!

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    1. Right, so how is this any different than the Hunger Games?

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    2. Here's the difference: Hunger Games has the sort of idiots that ticket buying teenybopper idiots "can relate to".

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  13. Hmmm, if only we could combine the TWO!
    People, I give you THE HUNGRY CENTIPEDE!!
    An unstoppable juggernaut of disgustingness that NOBODY CAN HATE!

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  14. Sewing "ass-to-ass" just makes a Jennifer Connelly spider.

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  15. All that doctor wanted to do with his stupid human centipede was teach it to fetch the paper. Get a dog. LAME.

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