Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by EvilDDS, Nov 5, 2016.
Here's the same joke in the more tippettal fashion:
These credits were left in JURASSIC PARK as a joke because while they had hired Phil Tippett to do the stop-motion animation for the dinosaurs -- he was regarded as THE MAN who knew how dinosaurs moved -- Dennis Muren and Industrial Light and Magic wowed Spielberg with a then-little-known advent called CGI. The rest is history.
(Pre-history, for some.)
Producer Philippe Rivier in 1997 tried to adapt "THE LONG TOMORROW" the short story comic written by Dan O'Bannon in 1975 as a TV series adaptation with Ridley Scott and Jean Giraud Moebius, this is the test film they produced as a proof of concept.
Mœbius and Sylvain Despretz did some designs for the sets and costumes.
This is SP(ecial Edition St)AR (Wars Re)T(urn of the Jedi)A(yyyyyy!)
Rare commemorative Millennium Falcon club.
If Mr. Pink and Mr. White went at it with AT-ATs instead of ga-ats.
Context for the below
RIP Gary Kurtz
Hop in, loser. We're gonna drive straight into your nightmares.
Ash Williams and Marty McFly race throughout time. Probably not.
Spoiler: the reference....
Comedian suiting up.
Stan Winston sitting next to Michael Jackson.
Yes, THAT Michael Jackson.
Excuse my ignorance, but who is this and what movie?
Jeffrey dean morgan, watchmen
I’m embarrassed, the comedian, of course as in his characters name.
Holy cow in the movie he looked legit built.
Thanks for the response.
I'd seen him in other movies and couldn't believe he'd put on that much size.
I looked for interviews of him talking about his workout regime and I found one where he mentioned the suit.
Pretty damn good muscle suit.
Back when Kathleen Turner was still a woman.
Apparently arthritis is to blame, who knew it could be so bad.
You can tell Michael is using his real voice when he's playing the white businessman looking guy.
THE CODE, PLEASE.
I wanted this to be professional.
Efficient, adult, cooperative, not a lot to ask.
Alas, your Mr. Takagi did not see it that way.
So he won't be joining us.
... for the rest of his life.
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