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post #55 of (permalink) Old 07-09-2011, 09:27 PM
The American Psycho
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Originally Posted by Soojooko View Post
O man... I loved it. I expected something completely different. But in the end it became a story about humans and religion and the cyclic nature of it all. Very depressing, as you say. But then, if there are only 50000 humans left alive, with no planet to live on? ... Thats some depressing shit whichever way you cut it. The realism was something you dont see very often. You could count the amount of times somebody laughs in the whole show, on two hands. Horrible it was. I loved it.

Oh, and just saw in a post above me. How could I forget. Family guy. Oh deary me. How funny is that shit?
Its funny how we completely agree on something let we both have different views on it. It was realism at its finest. 50,000 people on the brink of extinction being hunted down by a race of machines is depressing. I think that is why I like the original version better. It wasn't too realistic and it didn't carry that dark, violent, depressing feel to it all the time like the new version did.

You know, I'm surprised nobody mentioned Doctor Who as one of their favorite shows. I guess I'm the only nerd on this forum. Seriously, are their any Doctor Who fans out there?

You forget that this isn't just some brutal sport where everyones out to kill each other. Its much more like a game of physical chess.-looney liam
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