Brutal stabbings and shootings: OK.
Swear words: ZOMG.
Grow a spine, Chuck.
******* Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris, who killed a rat with his mouth while it was bagged over his head in Missing in Action 2, won't do a violent movie if it has bad language? Priorities
warning, some may consider graphic
No Pressure No Diamonds
Originally Posted by skinsfan913
So I finally watched this tonight. Was pleasantly surprised by how incredibly awesome it was (I was kinda lukewarm about the first one). This had a ton of memorable moments, including Chuck Norris making a Chuck Norris joke and the governator ripping the door off a smart car.
Taking a geek moment here before we watch The Avengers again on Blu Ray, and was thinking of how I heard somewhere they were toying with the idea of an all-female version of Exp's.
So here's my first brainstorming list (told ya it would be a geek moment) of what that might look like on my planet.
Note: all are well associated with action flicks whatever else they've done (you should know all but a couple maybe) and are a mix in both newer/older movies/tv (as in the male Exp's) and actual age. I did leave out Scarlett, but feel free . Also, a matter for a fun inside gag ala the male versions could be made of the old tv Nikita (Peta W--also of LOEG) and the newest tv edition (Maggie Q -also a Bond villainess) making some comment between them.
I'm sorry----too OT????
"Captain, it's a viewpoint--not one of ours! We're under attack!"
"I see it, ensign! Engage amygdala! Transfer all power from frontal lobes!
Suspend critical thinking field! Go to course heading of reflexive response 101 at full bias!
Now!'Enter' at will!"
"It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble. It's what you know for sure that just ain't so."
I see Willis is also doing a 5th Die Hard flick.
Seriously, when are these past it macho men gona' hang it up and retire gracefully from the action genre?
There's only one dude that pulls off bad ass over the age of 50, and STILL makes you believe he'd kick your ass all over the neighborhood at 82 as he is now, and that's Eastwood. Stallone and co, not so much.
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