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    GODZILLA more lizard more dinsoar, or more dragon?

    GODZILLA mor lizard more dinsoar, or more dragon?

    Id say dragon be cause he can spit up fire what do you think?

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    radiation affected lizard that breathes atomic fire.

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    It's chris-harry all over again!

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    Originally posted by The_Xell
    It's chris-harry all over again!
    But an american version! Quick, run for the hills!!!!!

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    Godzilla was a whimp. Rodan was the baddest of them all.

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    dragons have wings.

    Ah, these boys is all swelled up. So this was earlier...getting set to trade. Then, woooaaah differences.
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    Originally posted by nordberg
    dragons have wings.
    Yup, Rodan had wings.

    http://www.kensforce.com/Rodan.html

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    Originally posted by iaskwhy
    Yup, Rodan had wings.

    http://www.kensforce.com/Rodan.html
    Yeah Rodan was kick ass...
    -Let them see what is not there and feel what does not touch them. When they no longer trust their senses, that is the time to strike!

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    I'd love to see remakes of these old movies using the new software that is available now. The stories themselves were prime, but the imaging of the day just couldn't do them justice. Imagine using the software that made Van Helsing used to make a new Rodan movie.

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    Originally posted by iaskwhy
    Van Helsing
    WORST.MOVIE.EVER.

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    LOL, no, the worst movie ever was Godzilla.

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    Originally posted by iaskwhy
    LOL, no, the worst movie ever was Godzilla.
    LoL Yeah but don't forget the american remake of Godzilla where he attacks NY. That got 2 and a half stars! lol that movie was just horrible...
    -Let them see what is not there and feel what does not touch them. When they no longer trust their senses, that is the time to strike!

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    Yeah, they were all horrible, but the new movie making techniques could give those old movies new life.

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    Originally posted by iaskwhy
    Yeah, they were all horrible, but the new movie making techniques could give those old movies new life.
    Yeah i agree... the possibilties are endless with the graphix we have now. Case in point that one amazing cgi part in Animatrix.
    -Let them see what is not there and feel what does not touch them. When they no longer trust their senses, that is the time to strike!

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    Think it's already happening with LOTR's Peter Jackson doing a remake of King Kong.

    If thats a success, every goddam old "man in a monster suit" movie will be redone

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    Pah, don't get me started on LOTR!

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    They remake alot of movies, like Rocky,The kid,and there working on one now or something its called the flight of the phenix, o yea i forgot about hulk.

    My finger is getting really hott i think thats cause i got styrophome and gasoline and mixed em together and touched it. That must of been a nono

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    Originally posted by SpockBert
    Think it's already happening with LOTR's Peter Jackson doing a remake of King Kong.

    If thats a success, every goddam old "man in a monster suit" movie will be redone
    Think of the audience though. All the kids that saw Godzilla and Rodan when they were first released are now going into their second childhood. Seems like a guaranteed box office record maker to me.

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    Originally posted by The_Xell
    Pah, don't get me started on LOTR!
    Still haven't seen that... any good? I think I fell asleep when trying to watch it once.

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    I don't think any movie is going to be of much interest unless you already have an interest in the subject. It helps to read the books first, for me anyway.

    While I'm not much into dracula or frankenstein, the Van Helsing movie was great because of the special effects. Worth watching for that alone, IMO.

    The LOTR trilogy was long and tedious, almost 3 hours per movie, but I had read the books, and it was very well done. You don't want to try and watch them all at once, unless your already in a blue funk with nothing else to do. Like in the hospital or something.

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