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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by OLDNEWBIE, Jul 20, 2014.
He seemed harmless enough at first.
Chimp doesn't need a gun - he is strong enough to rip literally your arms off.
All he needs is for you to not have a gun.
Movie = Real life. amirite?
When guns are outlawed, only primates will have guns.
Best trailer yet...
Feh, I'd have that damn stinky ape make me a sammich.. before I made it dance. lol
I've heard of the right to arm bears, but this, this is scary.
Call me a wuss but as a kind of general rule, NOTHING with fangs that long is getting near me!
Enjoyed that trailer, though!
Thank you Koda that made my day....
Don't forget Trunk Monkey.. he's on our side.. thank the jebus
Once again life imitates art. The real question we should be asking ourselves is: "How many times will we pay to see essentially the same movie?" What is this, about 20 planet of the apes movie?
I saw this on Sunday with my Father.
What I don't get is.. They met the apes and knew they had achieved a higher level of learning.. So for these two guys to assume this particular ape was harmless didn't make any sense.
The best thing about this movie and its flaws was...Alternative energy sources (especially in San Francisco)
were nowhere to be found!
They had to seek out hydroelectric as a source of power.
Renewable energy sources my bubblegum.
We got a good laugh out of that.
It had subtle hints of an anti-firearmism.
Repent.. or the monkeys will get you.. don't go crying to me when they get you all cornered and you don't have anything quippy to say.
Indeed. It could easily be explained that we share common DNA minus just a smidge. envision an ape doing a headslap/facepalm perhaps.. after all, we are but clever little monkeys running the gamut/gauntlet
Where did those clowns find full auto AR-15's in the first place?
Left behind by FEMA, CDC and the National Guard.
Pocolips.com.. probably had a file handy in other words or something.. or picked it up ofn the dirt.. like a good monkey
I saw the original Planet of the Apes movies as a kid in the theater and have been reluctant to ruin what was one of the best movie memories for me ever by seeing the remake.
This new batch seems pretty good though. I think I'll give it a go.
What will ruin it for me as usual is the in your face political slant that it will probably have. Anti-firearmism?
I wouldn't doubt it.