Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Fruitcake, Sep 9, 2012.
Who are those horrid people Lurok?
Apparently he thinks I'm going to shoot you in the head with a crossbow bolt.
Unless, you're Robocop in this scenario?
I read that book in high school. My friend gave it to me in a brown paper bag (literally). Those were simpler days.
Wait, I see the movie was not based on the book despite Burroughs being the writer.
Maybe I should stop dieting because I do look somewhat like Judy Davis and the too thin look is doing her no favors. Also I really want to look like Polly Walker who is currently my most beautiful woman in the world and you need to maintain your curves for that look. Then again the little black dress deal is worth maintaining.
So many choices in fantasy land.
I love Judy's strength, for someone who is lying, acting, she has so much conviction.
The movie is odd.
I can't tell the difference between heroin and rat poison odd.
When he's typing, the typewriter keyface's turn into clamming labia, then run away and rut with each other.
Are you sure that's not a description of YOUR typewriter?
Just watch the movie.
Movie is great. In a weird 'wtf?' way. Judy would have been an...interesting...Trek guest.
Good heavens, never saw the movie, never read the book, but the LOOK on her face is all WRONG for Teacake.
...Miss Smith can channel Teacake?
Not sure who could do Guy, justice.
I'm always on the look out for role models for my crone years JRulez and you have given me something to aspire to! I thoroughly enjoyed that. Have never seen it as I generally avoid british things that might contain sentiment for the past.
Annd.. as pointed out by JRulez (whom I rely on for staying up to date in all things) Froot has redone her Counterpoint video.
I think the opening is an awesome addition but I'm kind of sad about the ending changing.
Here's the original to save you all from scrolling back.. and you know I think I found some new Counterpoint vids recently so this thread can definitely do with a revival.
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