History Quotes / HamAndCheese

8th Apr '17 7:24:15 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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->''" Unlike the filmmakers, who couldn't figure out exactly what kind of movie they wanted to make, Raul clearly decided that ''Film/StreetFighter'' was meant to be utterly ridiculous. He may have gotten this idea from the scene in which he transforms a man into a giant green troll doll with Kool-Aid, or it may have occurred to him during the five-minute sequence wherein he tries to blow up an invisible speedboat with a ''Super Street Fighter II'' arcade stick."''

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->''" Unlike ->''"Unlike the filmmakers, who couldn't figure out exactly what kind of movie they wanted to make, Raul clearly decided that ''Film/StreetFighter'' was meant to be utterly ridiculous. He may have gotten this idea from the scene in which he transforms a man into a giant green troll doll with Kool-Aid, or it may have occurred to him during the five-minute sequence wherein he tries to blow up an invisible speedboat with a ''Super Street Fighter II'' arcade stick."''



->''" I know you are going to think I’m mad but imagine a universe where the the Rani joined the Doctor on his adventures and [[OnlySaneMan commented dryly]] on his prattish actions all the time. The show would have become something unrecognisable and I would be needing incontinence pads for each subsequent story. Watch the climax to episode two where she pulls off her wig like a bad drag queen at the end of a long night of cabaret and then gets accosted and tied up like a {{panto}} villain, every move exaggerated to let the kiddies know that she isn't really in any danger...I could watch her until the end of time refusing to take any of this nonsense remotely seriously and running rings around the new Doctor and Mel. "''

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->''" I ->''"I know you are going to think I’m mad but imagine a universe where the the Rani joined the Doctor on his adventures and [[OnlySaneMan commented dryly]] on his prattish actions all the time. The show would have become something unrecognisable and I would be needing incontinence pads for each subsequent story. Watch the climax to episode two where she pulls off her wig like a bad drag queen at the end of a long night of cabaret and then gets accosted and tied up like a {{panto}} villain, every move exaggerated to let the kiddies know that she isn't really in any danger...I could watch her until the end of time refusing to take any of this nonsense remotely seriously and running rings around the new Doctor and Mel. "''
24th Jul '16 2:34:25 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''BillBailey''', talking about Toasties during ''bewilderness''

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-->-- '''BillBailey''', '''Music/BillBailey''', talking about Toasties during ''bewilderness''
2nd Apr '16 2:18:18 AM LDragon2
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->''"We did the scene and Lana [Wachowski] instantly started throwing this really bold directorial. ‘Play it like an accountant’ was one of them. I was like, I have no idea what to do with that but it’s the most genius direction I’ve ever had! It threw me in all kinds of different directions and I left having no idea what I had just done. All I knew was that I didn't just do boring Redmayne acting."''
-->-- '''Creator/EddieRedmayne''' on his performance as Balem in ''Film/JupiterAscending''.
13th Jan '16 4:14:15 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/the-scarlet-letter-1995-roland-joffe-2/ on]] ''Film/TheScarletLetter'' (1995)

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-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/the-scarlet-letter-1995-roland-joffe-2/ on]] ''Film/TheScarletLetter'' (1995)
15th Dec '15 9:48:56 PM hamonrye
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->''"I almost wish Sam Raimi had simply painted [[Creator/WillemDafoe Dafoe]] green, at the risk of audiences mistaking Norman for a deranged Green Bay Packers fan."''
-->--'''Cyriaque Damar''' [[http://io9.gizmodo.com/5417454/the-top-10-wackiest-norman-osborn-weird-outs on]] ''[[Film/SpiderManTrilogy Spider-Man]]''.
8th Dec '15 12:25:53 PM erforce
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-->--[[http://screamsheet.wordpress.com/2011/01/22/highlander-endgame-part-two/ The Screamsheet]] on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}}: Endgame''

->''"''[Robert] ''Duvall is seriously hilarious in this movie and the ''Film/CapeFear'' comparison is apt. He apparently [[GoingNative goes all native]] when he gets captured by the Indians so he is like a [[SplitPersonality two face]] when he returns to civilization. In the Puritan camp he is all super prim and proper and stiff. When its night, he strips down, shaves his whole body, carves things into himself, whoops, hollers, and kills motherf*ckers with a knife. Everyone else tries to be all stiff and have proper accents and talk formally and whatnot. [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent No, not Duvall]]. He went all [[LethalWeapon Martin Riggs]] in this movie and it’s glorious."''
-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/the-scarlet-letter-1995-roland-joffe-2/ on]] ''The Scarlet Letter'' (1995)

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-->--[[http://screamsheet.-->-- [[http://screamsheet.wordpress.com/2011/01/22/highlander-endgame-part-two/ The Screamsheet]] on ''{{Franchise/Highlander}}: Endgame''

''Film/HighlanderEndgame''

->''"''[Robert] ''Duvall is seriously hilarious in this movie and the ''Film/CapeFear'' comparison is apt. He apparently [[GoingNative goes all native]] when he gets captured by the Indians so he is like a [[SplitPersonality two face]] when he returns to civilization. In the Puritan camp he is all super prim and proper and stiff. When its night, he strips down, shaves his whole body, carves things into himself, whoops, hollers, and kills motherf*ckers with a knife. Everyone else tries to be all stiff and have proper accents and talk formally and whatnot. [[NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent No, not Duvall]]. He went all [[LethalWeapon [[Film/LethalWeapon Martin Riggs]] in this movie and it’s glorious."''
-->-- '''[[TheSpoonyExperiment Miles Antwiler]]''' [[http://moviemoses.wordpress.com/2010/02/17/the-scarlet-letter-1995-roland-joffe-2/ on]] ''The Scarlet Letter'' ''Film/TheScarletLetter'' (1995)



-->--'''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/batman-1989-review-2/ on]] ''{{Film/Batman}}''

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-->--'''David -->-- '''David Uzumeri''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/batman-1989-review-2/ on]] ''{{Film/Batman}}''



-->--'''''Smallvillains''''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-recaps-smallville-episode-10-10-luthor/ on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Luthor"

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-->--'''''Smallvillains''''' -->-- '''''Smallvillains''''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-recaps-smallville-episode-10-10-luthor/ on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'', "Luthor"



-->--[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] on [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix Reloaded and Revolutions]].

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-->--[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown -->-- '''[[WebVideo/BadMovieBeatdown Film Brain]] Brain]]''' on [[Film/TheMatrix Matrix Reloaded ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'' and Revolutions]].
''Film/TheMatrixRevolutions''.
23rd Nov '15 4:56:47 PM hamonrye
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->''"My pet theory is that -- being foiled twice by Bond -- Blofeld has gone completely and utterly insane, thus explaining all the ridiculous campness of the film. He’s decided that having a vaguely realistic goal and a reasonable method of achieving it (if you call [[Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice a spaceship-eating machin]]e reasonable) just isn’t for him. And instead he’s going to go nuts. There’s also the possibility that Bond actually killed the real Blofeld at some point and the man who currently looks like Blofeld was the most mentally unstable of the doubles. Or he’s pretty much figured out that [[GenreSavvy Bond is always going to foil him]], and has decided to just go along for the ride (“I do enjoy our little visits, Mr. Bond,” he concedes at one point, acknowledging that the end result is never in his favour). No matter which way you look at it, this iteration of Blofeld is one of the most ridiculous bad guys in the franchise’s long history – he makes Drax from ''{{Film/Moonraker}}'' seem sane."''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/11/non-review-review-diamonds-are-forever/ Darren Mooney]]''', on ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''

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->''"My pet theory ->''"Berkoff is a character actor who never really got the respect that -- being foiled twice by Bond -- Blofeld has gone completely he deserved. He made a great villain, if you couldn’t afford [=Malcolm McDowell=]. Nah, I kid – he’s great. Here he plays a '[[FakeRussian rogue Soviet general]] (''original'', I know), who realises that he’s in a terrible film. So the actor runs around, putting on invasion-themed powerpoints like an evil Al Gore and utterly insane, thus explaining all stressing random syllables because he’s evil! He yells about “un'''''REAL'''''is'''''TIC''''' policies!” and “at'''''TACK''''' strategies!” to the ridiculous campness assembled heads of the film. He’s decided Russian government with such passion that having a vaguely realistic goal and a reasonable method of achieving it (if you call [[Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice a spaceship-eating machin]]e reasonable) just isn’t for him. And instead he’s going to go nuts. There’s also I found myself wondering how he orders lunch at the possibility that Bond actually killed the real Blofeld at some point and the man who currently looks like Blofeld was the most mentally unstable of the doubles. Or he’s pretty much figured out that [[GenreSavvy Bond is always going to foil him]], and has decided to just go along for the ride (“I do enjoy our little visits, Mr. Bond,” he concedes at one point, acknowledging that the end result is never in his favour). No matter which way you look at it, this iteration of Blofeld is one of the most ridiculous bad guys in the franchise’s long history – he makes Drax from ''{{Film/Moonraker}}'' seem sane."''
cafeteria. “I’ll have a cu'''''CUMB'''''er '''''SAN'''''dwich, pl'''''EASE!'''''”"''
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/11/non-review-review-diamonds-are-forever/ com/2011/01/18/non-review-review-octopussy/ Darren Mooney]]''', Mooney]]''' on ''Film/DiamondsAreForever''
''{{Film/Octopussy}}''
23rd Nov '15 4:34:44 PM hamonrye
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->''" Jonathon Pryce gets a lot of flack for chewing the scenery like it was made from steak, but Elliot Carver is really the last Bond villain that I can be bothered to remember. Like Walken in ''Film/AViewToAKill'', it seems like Pryce is living out a lifelong fantasy in playing the role. I think it was Pryce who once famously remarked that every young boy dreams of being a Bond villain… once he realises he’s not going to get to play Bond himself. “'''This is our moment!'''” he states at one point with such force I’m fairly sure the sturdily constructed set wobbled a bit."''
-->-- '''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/25/non-review-review-tomorrow-never-dies/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies''

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->''" Jonathon Pryce gets a lot of flack for chewing the scenery like it was made from steak, but Elliot Carver ->''"My pet theory is really the last Bond villain that I can be bothered to remember. Like Walken in ''Film/AViewToAKill'', it seems like Pryce is living out a lifelong fantasy in playing the role. I think it was Pryce who once famously remarked that every young boy dreams of -- being a foiled twice by Bond villain… once he realises -- Blofeld has gone completely and utterly insane, thus explaining all the ridiculous campness of the film. He’s decided that having a vaguely realistic goal and a reasonable method of achieving it (if you call [[Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice a spaceship-eating machin]]e reasonable) just isn’t for him. And instead he’s not going to get to play go nuts. There’s also the possibility that Bond himself. “'''This actually killed the real Blofeld at some point and the man who currently looks like Blofeld was the most mentally unstable of the doubles. Or he’s pretty much figured out that [[GenreSavvy Bond is always going to foil him]], and has decided to just go along for the ride (“I do enjoy our moment!'''” little visits, Mr. Bond,” he states concedes at one point with such force I’m fairly sure point, acknowledging that the sturdily constructed set wobbled a bit.end result is never in his favour). No matter which way you look at it, this iteration of Blofeld is one of the most ridiculous bad guys in the franchise’s long history – he makes Drax from ''{{Film/Moonraker}}'' seem sane."''
-->-- '''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/25/non-review-review-tomorrow-never-dies/ -->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/11/non-review-review-diamonds-are-forever/ Darren Mooney]]''' Mooney]]''', on ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies''
''Film/DiamondsAreForever''
23rd Nov '15 12:07:21 PM hamonrye
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->''" Jonathon Pryce gets a lot of flack for chewing the scenery like it was made from steak, but Elliot Carver is really the last Bond villain that I can be bothered to remember. Like Walken in ''Film/AViewToAKill'', it seems like Pryce is living out a lifelong fantasy in playing the role. I think it was Pryce who once famously remarked that every young boy dreams of being a Bond villain… once he realises he’s not going to get to play Bond himself. “'''This is our moment!'''” he states at one point with such force I’m fairly sure the sturdily constructed set wobbled a bit."''
-->-- '''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/25/non-review-review-tomorrow-never-dies/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies''
16th Nov '15 5:47:32 AM erforce
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-->--'''Creator/JimSterling''', ''Movie Defense Force''

->''"...But for now, let’s check in with MalcolmMcDowell, who is [[BuffySpeak Malcolm McDowelling]] it up over at Water & Power HQ. I’m not even gonna lie: I am a complete sucker for guys like Malcolm [=McDowell=] as villains. I want a version of ''TheExpendables'' that’s the villains instead of the heroes with him, Jeremy Irons, Creator/AlanRickman, Creator/KurtwoodSmith and that dude who played Salieri in ''{{Film/Amadeus}}''."''
-->--'''Chris Sims''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-tank-girl-review/ on]] ''Film/TankGirl''

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-->--'''Creator/JimSterling''', -->-- '''Creator/JimSterling''', ''Movie Defense Force''

->''"...But for now, let’s let's check in with MalcolmMcDowell, Creator/MalcolmMcDowell, who is [[BuffySpeak Malcolm McDowelling]] it up over at Water & Power HQ. I’m I'm not even gonna lie: I am a complete sucker for guys like Malcolm [=McDowell=] as villains. I want a version of ''TheExpendables'' that’s ''Film/TheExpendables'' that's the villains instead of the heroes with him, Jeremy Irons, Creator/JeremyIrons, Creator/AlanRickman, Creator/KurtwoodSmith and that dude who played Salieri in ''{{Film/Amadeus}}''."''
-->--'''Chris -->-- '''Chris Sims''' [[http://comicsalliance.com/comicsalliance-tank-girl-review/ on]] ''Film/TankGirl''



-->--'''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/68163/virtuosity/ William Harrison]]''' on ''Film/{{Virtuosity}}''

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-->--'''[[http://www.-->-- '''[[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/68163/virtuosity/ William Harrison]]''' on ''Film/{{Virtuosity}}''
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