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6th Feb '16 9:16:31 PM nombretomado
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.... by [[{{Frasier}} Dr. Niles Crane]], who still lives in Seattle.
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.... by [[{{Frasier}} [[Series/{{Frasier}} Dr. Niles Crane]], who still lives in Seattle.
7th Jun '15 9:24:16 PM GoldenSeals
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For those of you who donít know in 1999, a teenager named Kamui Shirō returns to Tokyo after a six-year absence. He comes to protect those dearest to him, Kotori and Fūma Monou, and fulfill his mother's dying wish of changing fate.[3][4] The end of the world is fast approaching as superhuman individuals gather and take sides in Tokyo, the battle site of Armageddon. Following Kamui's arrival the Dragons of Heaven and the Dragons of Earth, the two factions in the final battle for humanity's future, vie for the young man's allegiance, convinced his power will assure their victory.[5][6] The Dragons of Heaven are the first to contact Kamui. The Dragons of Heaven are guided by Hinoto, dreamgazer for the Legislature of Japan. They are the protectors of the kekkai (結界?), spiritual barriers (in the form of buildings such as the Tokyo Tower) that hold the fabric of nature together. As long as the kekkai survive, Judgment Day is postponed.[3][7] The Dragons of Earth are the counterpart to the Dragons of Heaven. Their mission is to destroy the kekkai and unleash earthquakes so the Earth can be cured of the plague of humanity. They were assembled by Hinoto's sister Kanoe, secretary to the Governor of Tokyo.[3][7]
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For those of you who donít know in In 1999, a teenager named Kamui Shirō returns to Tokyo after a six-year absence. He comes to protect those dearest to him, Kotori and Fūma Monou, and fulfill his mother's dying wish of changing fate.[3][4] The end of the world is fast approaching as superhuman individuals gather and take sides in Tokyo, the battle site of Armageddon. Following Kamui's arrival the Dragons of Heaven and the Dragons of Earth, the two factions in the final battle for humanity's future, vie for the young man's allegiance, convinced his power will assure their victory.[5][6] The Dragons of Heaven are the first to contact Kamui. The Dragons of Heaven are guided by Hinoto, dreamgazer for the Legislature of Japan. They are the protectors of the kekkai (結界?), spiritual barriers (in the form of buildings such as the Tokyo Tower) that hold the fabric of nature together. As long as the kekkai survive, Judgment Day is postponed.[3][7] The Dragons of Earth are the counterpart to the Dragons of Heaven. Their mission is to destroy the kekkai and unleash earthquakes so the Earth can be cured of the plague of humanity. They were assembled by Hinoto's sister Kanoe, secretary to the Governor of Tokyo.[3][7]

For those of you who are aware of X you have to admit that while the movie is more similar to akira the dynamic of Matt and Andrew are similar to that of Kamui and Fuma. Namely that they seem to represent Yin and Yang throughout the entire movie as ones personality changes the others changes along with it. Matt goes from a pothead pseudo-philosopher with hints of a superiority complex, to sobbing uncontrollably moments before killing Andrew. While Andrew is a troubled, misunderstood kid who doesn't do well on his first date and then proceeds to kill everyone he considers weaker than him. Heck soon after Andrew crosses the Moral Event Horizon, we switch the point of view to Matt.
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For those of If you who are aware of X you have to admit that while the movie is more similar to akira the dynamic of Matt and Andrew are similar to that of Kamui and Fuma. Namely that they seem to represent Yin and Yang throughout the entire movie as ones personality changes the others changes along with it. Matt goes from a pothead pseudo-philosopher with hints of a superiority complex, to sobbing uncontrollably moments before killing Andrew. While Andrew is a troubled, misunderstood kid who doesn't do well on his first date and then proceeds to kill everyone he considers weaker than him. Heck soon after Andrew crosses the Moral Event Horizon, we switch the point of view to Matt.
5th Jun '15 5:34:27 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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Tell me it wouldn't make sense if he was just as bad to everyone else, and Andrew was just the only person at home he could take it out on.
'''Richard:''' ''(bleeding, crying, and in a tantrum)'' [[TooDumbToLive Fuck all of you!]] [[MisanthropeSupreme: You people are all the same!]]
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'''Richard:''' ''(bleeding, crying, and in a tantrum)'' [[TooDumbToLive Fuck all of you!]] [[MisanthropeSupreme: [[MisanthropeSupreme You people are all the same!]]
5th Jun '15 5:33:13 PM AgentSkyblueM7
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Tell me it wouldn't make sense if he was just as bad to everyone else, and Andrew was just the only person at home he could take it out on.
'''Richard:''' ''(bleeding, crying, and in a tantrum)'' [[TooDumbToLive Fuck you!]]
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'''Richard:''' ''(bleeding, crying, and in a tantrum)'' [[TooDumbToLive Fuck you!]] all of you!]] [[MisanthropeSupreme: You people are all the same!]]
10th Apr '15 11:36:00 AM tetsuzan
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[[WMG: [[This is a live action X1999 franchise ]]]] I feel that Chronicle has the making of a productive franchise. By adding a couple more connecting films to it they could create it a fillm based off of X. For those of you who donít know in 1999, a teenager named Kamui Shirō returns to Tokyo after a six-year absence. He comes to protect those dearest to him, Kotori and Fūma Monou, and fulfill his mother's dying wish of changing fate.[3][4] The end of the world is fast approaching as superhuman individuals gather and take sides in Tokyo, the battle site of Armageddon. Following Kamui's arrival the Dragons of Heaven and the Dragons of Earth, the two factions in the final battle for humanity's future, vie for the young man's allegiance, convinced his power will assure their victory.[5][6] The Dragons of Heaven are the first to contact Kamui. The Dragons of Heaven are guided by Hinoto, dreamgazer for the Legislature of Japan. They are the protectors of the kekkai (結界?), spiritual barriers (in the form of buildings such as the Tokyo Tower) that hold the fabric of nature together. As long as the kekkai survive, Judgment Day is postponed.[3][7] The Dragons of Earth are the counterpart to the Dragons of Heaven. Their mission is to destroy the kekkai and unleash earthquakes so the Earth can be cured of the plague of humanity. They were assembled by Hinoto's sister Kanoe, secretary to the Governor of Tokyo.[3][7] As Kamui is forced to choose between the two sides, he concludes he only wants to protect Kotori and Fūma, and becomes a Dragon of Heaven. At the same time, Fūma has a change of personality and becomes the "Kamui" of the Dragons of Earth as he was destined to be Kamui's opposite. Fūma kills Kotori and swears to kill Kamui. Deciding he wishes to bring Fūma back to normal, Kamui joins the Dragons of Heaven in their fight against the Dragons of Earth. Because of the issues regarding the manga's serialization, the plot from the series has yet to be concluded by Clamp. The animated films and the TV series follow the manga's initial story and come to two different endings. In the film all the Dragons of Heaven and Earth die in the ensuing battles, leaving Kamui and Fūma as the last Dragons. In the final battle, Kamui decapitates Fūma and the film ends with Kamui crying why he ended killing his best friend. In the TV series, all the Dragons of Heavens lose their powers to create kekkai because of they lose their most important people leaving the Tokyo defenseless. As Hinoto commits suicide to stop her alternate self from attacking the Dragons of Heaven, Kamui goes to face Fūma. In the fight's outcome, Kamui is killed by Fūma, but uses his last forces to transform his body into a kekkai that protects the world from the change from the Dragons of Earth, and causes Fūma to return to his old self. For those of you who are aware of X you have to admit that while the movie is more similar to akira the dynamic of Matt and Andrew are similar to that of Kamui and Fuma. Namely that they seem to represent Yin and Yang throughout the entire movie as ones personality changes the others changes along with it. Matt goes from a pothead pseudo-philosopher with hints of a superiority complex, to sobbing uncontrollably moments before killing Andrew. While Andrew is a troubled, misunderstood kid who doesn't do well on his first date and then proceeds to kill everyone he considers weaker than him. Heck soon after Andrew crosses the Moral Event Horizon, we switch the point of view to Matt. There was talk of a sequal maybe it could be about matt learning that heís a Dragon of Heaven. The only problem is that he seems to have killed his dragon of earth counterpart so another has to be created. One final note before I finish I am a big fan of anime and manga. theyíre just different from American comics and hollywood just doesnít seem to be able to adapt them properly. There have been a few good live action Hollywood anime movies but most have been flops. The way to go seems to be not trying to remake the anime but to take either the basic plot or different elements and create your own movie. It worked with the matrix and ghost in the shell and it worked with chronicle and akira. If they do it with x and the various other series connected to it they could make a franchise to rival marvel that is if they do it right. ----
21st Dec '14 2:18:42 AM TitoMosquito
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* After watching Matt's final message at the end of the video, they believe their test was more or less a success.

* Likely, if that happens, Richard ends up being interrogated viciously for what he knows about his son's apparent powers, maybe involving CodBloodedTorture and abuse similar to what [[LaserGuidedKarma he put his son through]]. Karma's a bitch like that.
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* Likely, if that happens, Richard ends up being interrogated viciously for what he knows about his son's apparent powers, maybe involving CodBloodedTorture ColdBloodedTorture and abuse similar to what [[LaserGuidedKarma he put his son through]]. Karma's a bitch like that. -->'''Soldier:''' ''(rubbing his hands, chuckling)'' How do you enjoy being in your son's shoes?\\ '''Richard:''' ''(bleeding, crying, and in a tantrum)'' [[TooDumbToLive Fuck you!]]
6th Oct '14 10:49:05 PM nombretomado
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As mentioned in the YMMV page, the scene where the get their powers is remeniscent of [[MarbleHornets Marble Hornets]]. Who's to say Slendy's not creating a new breed of Proxy so as to kick-start his next plan.
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As mentioned in the YMMV page, the scene where the get their powers is remeniscent reminiscent of [[MarbleHornets Marble Hornets]].''WebVideo/MarbleHornets''. Who's to say Slendy's not creating a new breed of Proxy so as to kick-start his next plan.
9th Jul '14 11:48:39 PM TitoMosquito
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Or at least were [[SequelHook planned to be]] in a sequel if they had went with the original script. In the original script, [[spoiler: Steve]] says he hears "singing" right before [[spoiler: he's struck by lightning and apparently killed]]. Matt says the same thing before [[spoiler: he apparently stops breathing and dies before suddenly coming back to life]]. So, if the boys are killed, they become immortal and/or practically invincible.
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Or at least were [[SequelHook planned to be]] in a sequel if they had went with the original script. In the original script, [[spoiler: Steve]] says he hears "singing" right before [[spoiler: he's struck by lightning and apparently killed]]. Matt says the same thing before [[spoiler: he apparently stops breathing and dies before suddenly coming back to life]]. So, if the boys are killed, they become immortal and/or practically invincible.invincible. ----
30th Sep '13 6:41:21 AM deadpool616
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The Battle of Seattle demonstrated how apocalyptically dangerous a kineticist can be when they lose perspective and moral restraint. The police were literally powerless to stop Andrew even when he was heavily burnt, doped up on painkillers and recently awoken from a coma. Even in that state he still had enough power to toss cars like tennis balls and wreck buildings. It required the intervention of the only other kineticist present to stop him. If we take the theory that the movie consists of the government piecing together confiscated or recovered footage, Matt is to their knowledge now ''the last living kineticist''. As Andrew aptly demonstrated, regular laws and law enforcers simply don't apply to kineticists - they have enough power to, if they wish, make such agencies entirely irrelevant. There is absolutely no compelling reason for a kineticist to follow any law except personal choice. If I were a high-up in the US government - or indeed pretty much any other government - I would be freaking out. Matt's own moral code and mental stability are really the only things standing between him and becoming as bad as - if not worse than - Andrew. He's a threat to any major world power that annoys him - and if they found the camera in Tibet, they know who his first target is likely to be.
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The Battle of Seattle demonstrated how apocalyptically dangerous a kineticist can be when they lose perspective and moral restraint. The police were literally powerless to stop Andrew [[spoiler: Andrew]] even when he was heavily burnt, doped up on painkillers and recently awoken from a coma. Even in that state he still had enough power to toss cars like tennis balls and wreck buildings. It required the intervention of the only other kineticist present to stop him. If we take the theory that the movie consists of the government piecing together confiscated or recovered footage, Matt is to their knowledge now ''the last living kineticist''. As Andrew [[spoiler:Andrew]] aptly demonstrated, regular laws and law enforcers simply don't apply to kineticists - they have enough power to, if they wish, make such agencies entirely irrelevant. There is absolutely no compelling reason for a kineticist to follow any law except personal choice. If I were a high-up in the US government - or indeed pretty much any other government - I would be freaking out. Matt's own moral code and mental stability are really the only things standing between him and becoming as bad as - if not worse than - Andrew.[[spoiler: Andrew]]. He's a threat to any major world power that annoys him - and if they found the camera in Tibet, they know who his first target is likely to be.
8th Sep '13 3:49:29 PM ablackraptor
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* Likely, if that happens, Richard ends up being interrogated viciously for what he knows about his son's apparent powers, maybe involving CodBloodedTorture and abuse similar to what [[LaserGuidedKarma he put his son through]]. Karma's a bitch like that.
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