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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by LethalWolfe, Aug 2, 2004.
This, for lack of a better term, should be interesting.
Yes, I think that interesting is the only word I can come up with to describe it as well.
Well, why undoubtably not an Oscar contender...I am cautiously optimistic about this movie...while Parker and Stone have an obvious penchant for rather tasteless humor, they are also very fair and insightful social commentators...
plus, I like puppets...
So, I take it that you're in favour of the Allawi regime, then?
PS: It's "undoubtedly" or "indubitably", not "undoubtably".
I get the impression that this movie will include unflattering puppets of celebrities and world leaders. If so it reminds me of that late great British TV series, "Spitting Images." They produced an American version of this show very, very briefly a bunch of years ago. Unsurprisingly, it didn't take. For some reason cruel puppets don't work in the US. The UK version was a scream.
IJ, I had forgotten all about that show...thanks for the trip down memory lane...and it was excellent, I agree.
Skunk, where is the "MRGS" notification? Also, I spell fonetickaly...
Au quai, as they say in Looziyannah.
Both of you've lost me with the referential obscurata.
Quod erat obfuscandum...
who's doing the voiceover? so familiar... driving me mad...
I thought Leonard Limoy at first, but I don't think so...
here is what is credited for the movie at imdb...
So perhaps Stan?
here are his credits:
Doesn't really seem to fit either...
i'm looking forward to it.
and i think that was leonard nemoy on vox. sounds too familiar.
Sheesh. I'm still waiting for my Baseketball refund.
It's the same person who does the Frontline series for PBS. I don't know his name offhand. I suppose they wanted to give a nice feeling of ersatz gravitas.
yes! i think you're right. i don't know his name, but i'm happy w/ "the frontline guy."
Zing! Good one, skunk.