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Old 12-10-2012, 01:50 PM   #21
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Old 12-10-2012, 01:52 PM   #22
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better than batbike
eh... batbike was so out there that it worked.
This looks like plastic and LEDs thrown at a bike. And weird peg locations to accomodate leg armor that isn't flexible .
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Levers are on the other side lol
Maybe, but that looked like nothing more than a straight peg that he rested the top of his foot on. How the do you shift like that?
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Old 12-11-2012, 12:53 PM   #24
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Agreed. Let's see something original for once in the 21st century.
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hollywood out of ideas....you don't say!?!?
They're not out of ideas. They're out of interested moviegoers.


Film budgets are extremely expensive. Risking a bad investment in original content can sink a studio. Easier to do a remake or sequel. Even Nolan had a hard time getting the green light for Inception.


Don't like all the remakes? Don't blame Hollywood. Blame the mouth breathing, seat kicking troglodytes trying to squeeze 320lbs worth of Big Macs and McFlurries into a seat made for a more svelte 220lb Texan right next to you in the theater.





Unsure on the bike or clip. Post production goes a long way in making the scene.
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:11 PM   #25
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...a seat made for a more svelte 220lb Texan right next to you in the theater.
What does that make us 175lb Texans? Anorexic?
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What does that make us 175lb Texans? Anorexic?
You better be a woman. No real Texan man weighs less than 190. If you do weigh 175 you better find a 15lb belt buckle. Quick like too.
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