Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Anyone that gets this reference can be my best friend ever:

Courtesy of Wonder Tonic:


Shums said...

They're just questions, Leon.

Andy said...

Layton: new best friend.

Shums said...

You knew I'd get that. That's right up my particular alley of nerdery. Need to watch that again, though, been a while.

Also, I'll have you know that the captcha word for this comment is "logical." You know, to prove I'm not a replicant. I mean, uh, spam bot.

Andy said...

I've got the four disc set and surround sound. You've got the fancy pants TV.

I believe a consolidation may be in order.

Lachelleandmanasseh said...

hey, holden, I just saw this.

jer said...

You wanna see this the way it should be seen?

Try Blu-Ray.

Fuuuuuuuccccckkkk yeah.

Also - the big screen. When the Final Cut came to the Gateway in Salt Lake, that was just about the greatest in-theater experience of my life.

Citizen Andy said...

OH HELLS to the YES!!

I always found the theatrical cut a little slow and boring-- how did the longer director's cut make that not so?

Also, why did so many of Phillip K Dick's stories and novels get turned into movies? And why was this the only really good one?

Also a good question, how much drugs did Phillip K Dick do?