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by Adam Collins
THE LEAGUE OF EXTREMELY ORDINARY GENTLEMEN: Volume 7, Issue 26: Loveline
The league dishes out the love and sex advice to our members this week, so thank goodness we've got Dr. Nerdlove on staff. So to speak. Never mind me, just check it...
Tags: Cyrus, Dr. Nerdlove, LEOG, Leon, Loveline, Podcast, Spill, Spill.com, The League of Extremely Ordinary Gentlemen
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look at leon, bringing out the economics terms for dating multiple women....hahahaha
He is from Virginia. But i assure you not all Virginians speak like that. I am from Virginia as well.
Alright, what part of the country is Cyrus from? He says "Conan" like "Co-Nan" and "women" like "woman" T.T
Man,i really love when the topic of the week is about real life subjects,other than movies and comics.
You guys discuss and talk about stuff in such a down to earth and honest way. I wouldn't take advices from anybody else on the net =)
Long live the league!!
I remember passing on a threesome because I was in a relationship.
Do I regret it? Only viscerally. It does feel nice that I have that ability though.
Sounds like the only trauma that would cause the desired change in that email would be brain trauma, Jesus...
Do web comics count? I love /Subnormality on VirusComics
Got the image of banging while Jar Jar watches in my head.
Heavy nasal breathing.....
"MEESA GONNA CUUUUUUUUU-"
... fuck it.
@spiderbat - The point I was trying to get across wasn't that there was NO story, only that it had the bare minimum of a story that tied together the point of the game: fighting. All of the MK games have had a story, but it wasn't until recently that they've been trying to work that more and more into the games, and that the films (and shorts etc) have relied heavily on that very tiny bit of story to try and expand it into a full-length feature.
Twisted Metal is your basic vehicular combat game - that's about it. And - just like MK - it basically centers around a tournament where the winner gets [insert MacGuffin here]. Trying to expand that tiny plot into a full-length film seems like it will end up like those early MK films (where they try and cram in as many character connections as possible just to make everything cohere realistically). Or like that horrible Street Fighter movie with Jean Claude Van Damme. That's the problem with most video game films - they try to expand a story too far (*cough* Super Mario Bros *cough*).
I was just remarking that if they want to make a good Twisted Metal movie, they should understand that the plot and story really only needs to be there to set up the basic premise, and then let the actual carnage and mayhem of the action be the primary focus of the film. I don't think anyone would go watch 2 hours of awesome car destruction and some insane action based on a video game, and then come out saying "Man... I really wish they had fully explained Sweet Tooth's inner motivations...". It's a Catch 22 - if you make a video game movie that's all action and little story, people are going to complain that there wasn't much story. If you make a video game movie that's mostly story and not much action, people are going to complain that it wasn't enough like the game. However, I'd much rather see cars blowing up and people getting graphically a-sploded, than see a thoughtful commentary on why the Agents drive Crimson Fury and so on.
This was a really good one.
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