Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DryOatmeal, Sep 13, 2016.
do you watch the "Epic" in chronological order or the individual movies
dont care for it. It insists upon itself
Do your twinks get frightened by the violent scenes?
Like when Sonny was cut in half by bullets in Floyd Bennett Field?
i like certain parts
i skip around
i guess the same could be said about the young men that i fancy
when they see my collection of paddles, whips, belts, canes, hairbrushes trust me, they would rather watch a movie
That last one was a Shivvy reference and I don't care if you say differently.
It was aight.
I've still never seen the epic, but I watch 1 and 2 annually.
Never seen the epic, but I love watching part 1 and 2 after each other and make a special occasion out of it.
sawr maybe one of them
kinda don't give a shit
Never seen em
I know I've seen them all at some point. All I remember though is that iconic animal head part. I'm not sure what that says about me, but maybe they just are not good enough to bother remembering.
I've seen the first one.
I prefer Goodfellas.
Haven't seen the chronological version, but I'll watch one and two anytime I am channel surfing and see them on
Don't make me choose, faggot.
you can remain a breeder for all i care
chances are i wouldn't want you anyway
oh wait, i just saw the comma
ok here's why i like the epic
if i skip about an hour and 10-15 minutes, i can skip all those boring Italy scene and get right to the good stuff that was in parts 1&2
i have them on VHS laserdisc and blu ray but on-demand (since it's included with every pay channel anyway) in HD is so much more convenient
my Comcast remote has a 10 minute skip button and a 5 minute skip button (for on demand) and i skip right to the wedding when that undertaker is saying "I believe in America"...
i'm not that into the "past" Italy parts i skip the other Italy parts too
if i'm all fucked up i keep the epic on the main TV, the Flintstones on one computer, a beautiful mind on another computer and do typing type stuff on yet another computer