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This film is going to be a classic and there is nothing the fulminating opposition can do about it.
I always wondered where former Iraqi Information Minister Mohammed Saeed al-Sahhaf (Comical Ali/Baghdad Bob) ended up working.
ROFL =gasp= MAO I can't =wheeze= stand it! =gasp= Gimme some =gasp= oxygen! =turns blue, falls over=
"This film is going to be a classic and there is nothing the fulminating opposition can do about it."
A classic what? Drunken frat-party flick? All-time record downloaded torrent?
A 'classic' in the same sense as Reefer Madness, Red Dawn, or Triumph of the Will.
But I doubt it'll make as much money as any of those.
Hey now, I liked Red Dawn when it came out.
'course I was a fundy then...
Triumph of the Will is one of the most influential films ever made. I mean, it's batshit, but that's not the point! Riefenstahl was good at being lying propagandist.
"ALL eight of the "nature" miracles of Jesus could have been accomplished via the electroweak quantum tunneling mechanism. For example, walking on water could be accomplished by directing a neutrino beam created just below Jesus' feet downward." - Frank Tipler, ISCID fellow