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  • Disco Duck
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    The vote seems to be unanimous. The next time I get a chance to, I'll pick the book up and read it. I'm the bookworm type anyway, so it suits me. And now I'll know to keep in mind to give the movie some leniency when it comes to accuracy.

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  • Seolta
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    Originally posted by KarmaKoi View Post
    I didn't like a lot of what they changed book to movie, but Captain Shakespeare was a nice little surprise
    yup...exactly what I was thinking of Captain Shakespeare is awesome.

    ('course, now I get the giggles whenever I see Robert De Niro on the covers of the movies at work...not sure I'll ever be able to take any of his other characters seriously again)

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  • KarmaKoi
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    Originally posted by Seolta View Post
    Agreed. Book is awesome, movie is another sort of awesome(and for different parts, imo), but read the book first. If nothing else, it'll give you a better understanding of what's going on in the movie.
    I didn't like a lot of what they changed book to movie, but Captain Shakespeare was a nice little surprise

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  • Seolta
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    Originally posted by DrT View Post
    The book.

    Since there will be spoiling by the first to the second, might as well spoil the lowest quality product.

    Then again, reading the book afterwards might bring some nice surprises... But the whole frame will already be known, so I stand by my first statement
    Agreed. Book is awesome, movie is another sort of awesome(and for different parts, imo), but read the book first. If nothing else, it'll give you a better understanding of what's going on in the movie.

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  • DrT
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    The book.

    Since there will be spoiling by the first to the second, might as well spoil the lowest quality product.

    Then again, reading the book afterwards might bring some nice surprises... But the whole frame will already be known, so I stand by my first statement

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  • Disco Duck
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    I've been debating with myself on Stardust. Do I read the book first or see the movie first?

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  • Tipouf
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    Originally posted by Disco Duck View Post
    Funny, but I've been thinking about writing some fan fics. Though I just reminded myself I'm supposed to be writing a story about unicorns and dragons in the modern age. Oops!
    have you read the book stardust by neil gaiman
    very good
    liked to movie too

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  • Disco Duck
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    Funny, but I've been thinking about writing some fan fics. Though I just reminded myself I'm supposed to be writing a story about unicorns and dragons in the modern age. Oops!

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  • Talen
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    Originally posted by KarmaKoi View Post
    Thats a nice quote, though it makes nibbling sound like a sin
    It's been years since I read it, but yeah, the character quoted would qualify...

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  • Tipouf
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    Originally posted by KarmaKoi View Post
    Thats a nice quote, though it makes nibbling sound like a sin
    sooo.... ummmm.....

    what's wrong with sin?
    we are all damned anyway...right?
    ok maybe not but close

    i like being naughty and slightly evil
    hubby seems to like me that way too

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  • KarmaKoi
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    Originally posted by Talen View Post
    If we were not meant to nibble, mankind would not taste so good when we do.

    (Which comes from a random bit of fanfiction I read years back, but it stuck in my head)
    Thats a nice quote, though it makes nibbling sound like a sin

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  • Talen
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    If we were not meant to nibble, mankind would not taste so good when we do.

    (Which comes from a random bit of fanfiction I read years back, but it stuck in my head)

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  • Disco Duck
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    Originally posted by Farler View Post
    It's the quebec-italian for homosexuals... at least according to mambo italiano which is the best gay movie set in montreal Ive ever seen
    hm, I don't know if I'm disappointed that there's a reasonable explanation for it or if I'm still amused anyway.

    I try not to flirt too much, as much fun as it is, since I've avoided dating for so long.

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  • Plunder Down-Under
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    *teases back*

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  • Nimue
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    Originally posted by Plunder Down-Under View Post
    Teasing is its own reward.
    *teases Plunder*

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