I just saw her in an episode of Firefly
I am definitely not feeling what Harry Osborn looks like. Why does he look like he belongs in an emo rock band?
Harry always had a screw loose, check out The Amazing Spiderman 96 - 98, the famous drug issues. And his jealousy of Parker and MJ was insane, long before Parker was as interested in MJ as she was of him (he was in love with Gwen until she died). He landed in a mental institution. Still, I liked James Franco as Harry.
whats the guy in the top doing in a boy band, he looks like he should be moving some guys couch
hahahahahah......funniest post of the day and spot on
anyways my pick goes to the guy on the left with the flannel and not much of a shirt underneath
I thought the first one was better than any of the other Spider Man movies, so I'm excited for this one.
what a garabage movie. Do you remember what aunt may looks like? Do you remember what gwen stacy's dad looks like? nothing in that movie is memorable. All I can remember is peter talking to gwen stacy for 80% of the movie.
in spiderman 1 the whole cast is so unique and you remember stuff like the spider science lab, peter fighting flash, peter yelling at uncle ben, peter wrestling, norman osborn.
what a masterpiece this series was that we'll never get back.
I remember all those things, and it was a better movie than the others. Not entirely true to the original (where was J. Jonah? Captain Stacy didn't die until Spiderman 90 as I recall and Gwen Stacey was well after Betty Brandt). Also, not a big fan of the guy who played Peter Parker. I could never picture Sally Fields as playing Aunt May, but she did a good job for being miscast. I accept the director had his own vision and didn't stray too far. But quibbles aside, upon multiple viewings I realized it was better than the first movies, none of which I could watch more than once, and Kirsten Dunst as M.J., nah!
Also, I'm a long-time Spiderman fan, still have Amazing Spider-Man 1 which I bought for $175 in the 1980's
Agreed, "Old enough to drive, old enough to dive"
@worlock77 said:@xrockerboy said:
people who pay for sex are a bunch of pussies that cant get a girl by themselves. lol how pathetic
That or they simply prefer the honest, no strings attached, transaction of goods for services rendered rather than the games that come with pursuing someone in a dating/relationship context.
exactly, rockerboy dude made a closed-minded generalization.
worlock77 got the other side of the coin, well said.
@LostProphetFLCL said:@sammyjenkis898 said:
Laptop password: "Ifuckkids"
That's fucking disgusting.
The whole story is very disturbingly disgusting. This makes the whole MJ thing look tame in comparison...
Even more messed up that the kids MOMS who were a part of it to and were essentially trying to whore out their toddler/young children....
MJ wasn't a pedophile, I'm hardly naive, but MJ was just trying to gain a childhood he never had via the way kids see things. People did and say what they did because of what they could gain from it.
A tragic story of a private person constantly in the public eye from 1st grade on. That combo does not work.
But this story is horrible.
got a girlfriend so I already do.
yes, people forget they already do.
If you want to avoid the entanglements and cut to the chase, and she's hot, sure, why not.
Many regular girls have already been with plenty of guys anyways.
@SilentFireX said:Anyone who says yes must have zero understanding of basic economics.
Exactly right, that would be a very bad move
In other words ugly?
not likely, I have to be sexually attracted
As someone with cancer, I find this pretty disturbing someone would use it as a way to troll for replies on a forum.
Agreed, I should not have replied to it. As a survivor myself, I do get offended when people say things like " this thread gave me Cancer", trivializing a deadly disease. Let them go through chemotherapy (essentially poison) before they make statements like that.
@AFBrat77: No one knows if he did or not. It wouldn't surprise me though if he did. Your fandom might cloud your opinion, but whatever. I was alive with MJ too and can't question his musical talent.
I liked some of his music, particularly with the Jackson Five and his solo album "Off the Wall" but I wouldn't say I was a fan, so no clouding there.
It would surprise me if he did, I just don't think that was his way. But its true, we won't know. I was sad to see his death.
@GreySeal9 said:@AFBrat77 said:@Braun_Roid_Rage said:@AFBrat77 said:@JML897 said:MJ was a monumental talent, he was not a child molester, he was a lost soul who grew up without any childhood. His connection with kids was simply to build some sort of childhood. A private man always in the public spotlight....not a good combo. Tragic.@Jd1680a said:I don't think no other major event like that have caused so many people to accurately remember what they were doing and tell it like it was yesterday.
I bet almost all Americans remember where they were during 9/11 if they were old enough at the time. I was in 7th grade math class
Umm and you know that how ? Some guy came out and said he was molested by MJ a while ago. He may be lying, but MJ was a weird dude and no one really knows what he did with kids at his ranch.
Wasn't alive when JFK was shot.
I said why he was a weird dude, good reason for that......but I'm certain he wasn't a child molester, I don't have any doubt that he was trying to gain a childhood he never had, and when he went into solitude for a long time it was to gain some privacy that he sorely needed and never had.
I could be wrong but I think the guy recanted his story. Besides do you not think it possible he was trying to get MJ's money?
Unlike you I was alive alongside the time of MJ, I don't think he was the monster people make him out to be. He didn't know how to act away from the stage, and thats because he was a private person always in the public eye, a nightmare for a private person.
How can you be certain?
Not certain, but neither of us is certain either way. I have a feeling about it and I trust it, I've found that its usually on the mark.