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« Reply #20 on: Oct 08, 05, 11:47:53 pm CDT »

I don't think the word suck can fully encompass the crap that was the D&D movie
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« Reply #21 on: Oct 09, 05, 06:29:09 am CDT »

hey, it was only half bad after the fuzzy headed wayans kid died.
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« Reply #22 on: Oct 09, 05, 07:33:13 am CDT »

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I still think that would be cool weather or not it is already a movie.


AND Yes the first D&D movie did suck!!!


Why thank you, Adriana :-)  (btw, your new avatar is very pretty)

Muffin and Adriana. Yes it totally, utterly sucked and I am glad that I didn't waste six something to go see it like my friend Rich did. (Who I used to game with)

Which is really a shame, because I thought the idea for the movie had a lot of potential (altho' I'm not shocked the movie industry screwed it up)
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« Reply #23 on: Oct 09, 05, 09:14:12 am CDT »

WOW its official... BOTH[/i] D&D movies SUCKED!!!

My god was that bad!!!! UGH!!!

I think 6th called this one D&D movie #1 worst film ever, D&D2 2nd worst film ever...  must go bleach my eyes now.
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« Reply #24 on: Oct 11, 05, 05:59:50 pm CDT »

Dude one of my friends (who was the DM that we played with) made me and the rest of the group watch it.

Least to say he is no longer allowed to pick movies, and even better he is no longe a DM.
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« Reply #25 on: Oct 11, 05, 06:28:04 pm CDT »

i found it amusing to watch the D&D movie with a group of gamers and comment about what ruleset they were on and what spells and skills they were using and such ala MST3K.. the movie still sucked (and we never watched it again) but we at least got some amusement out of it...
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« Reply #26 on: Oct 11, 05, 07:22:07 pm CDT »

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Dude one of my friends (who was the DM that we played with) made me and the rest of the group watch it.

Least to say he is no longer allowed to pick movies, and even better he is no longe a DM.


(minor threadjack)

Don't feel badly, my rogue and a group of his friends went to see Star Trek V when it came out in the theatres. One of the friends, upon leaving after the movie was over, said, "Wasn't that the best ST movie YET??"

The rest of the group looked at him and in unison, said, "NO!"

Needless to say, his opinions on movies were discounted from there on in.

(back to your regularly scheduled D&D movie bashing)
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« Reply #27 on: Oct 11, 05, 10:29:05 pm CDT »

Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:
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« Reply #28 on: Oct 11, 05, 10:43:13 pm CDT »

I still say its better than the first.

Of course I've taken shits that were more entertaining than the first.
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« Reply #29 on: Oct 12, 05, 12:18:17 am CDT »

of course Star Trek V was bad.. it was an odd numbered ST movie...

i still havn't seen the new D&D movie, tho it sounds like i'm not missing much.. i heard a little bit from some other people that actually have cable but their reaction was pretty much that they saw about 10 min of it (while sick) and were cracking up the entire time from how bad it was..
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« Reply #30 on: Oct 12, 05, 06:58:54 am CDT »

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The D&D movie takes place in someone's home wherin the owner and a bunch of friends sitting around playing. As they are playing the scene shifts from the house to the gamed campaign, maybe even with the same plot as in the original movie.

Think about it, you're watching the movie and there is always that once tense moment in which one of the players is cornered in some castle or crypt or whatever, by some monster the DM threw in. As the monster is about to strike, you hear the words, "I gotta go to the bathroom!" come from it.

Boom, the scene shifts back to the room where the campaign is being played, the guy gets up, goes to the bathroom, while conversation takes place among the other players who help themselves to another Mountain Dew or whatever, maybe the director inserts a subplot here separate from the game itself...

Guy comes back from the bathroom, playing resumes and the scene shifts back to the castle and the main plot...

Just a theory...


It a movie called The Gamers.


Its also the Guardians of the Flame book series .
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« Reply #31 on: Oct 12, 05, 07:03:44 am CDT »

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Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:


S'Ok Luv... hope springs eternal... all us old gamers can always hope there just might be a good D&D movie... you were just expressing that hope... alas twas not to be.
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« Reply #32 on: Oct 12, 05, 07:08:10 am CDT »

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Sucked was putting it mildly.  I am embarrassed for even posting it. Sorry guys I was just hoping it would be better than the first.  :eek:


S'Ok Luv... hope springs eternal... all us old gamers can always hope there just might be a good D&D movie... you were just expressing that hope... alas twas not to be.


Hawk the Slayer was about the best D&D movie you will ever get a chance to ever see.  8)
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« Reply #33 on: Oct 12, 05, 07:44:56 am CDT »

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I never saw that movie
How about the Monster and mazes movie... (sucked)
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« Reply #34 on: Oct 12, 05, 09:45:16 am CDT »

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Hawk the Slayer was about the best D&D movie you will ever get a chance to ever see.  8)


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« Reply #35 on: Oct 12, 05, 10:50:35 am CDT »

Well I finally watched my copy I made of D7D movie 2

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!

I thought that was cool! The guy who played the Rouge wasn't bad either.
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« Reply #36 on: Oct 12, 05, 10:50:49 am CDT »

Hey... Hawk had elves with repeating arrow action and a dwarf...

PLUS!!!! Jack Palance as the half-faced evil brother villain...

How CAN you go wrong!?!
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« Reply #37 on: Oct 12, 05, 10:51:43 am CDT »

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It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...
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« Reply #38 on: Oct 12, 05, 10:54:09 am CDT »

You can go wrong because it sucked.

I remember staying up really really late to watch it on TBS back in the early 80's.

What a waste of time.

But of course I'd already seen Excalibur by then so the bar on fantasy was set pretty high.

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« Reply #39 on: Oct 12, 05, 10:55:32 am CDT »

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Quote from: "Lukas VonSkull"

It was better than the first, it was still a B movie, BUT....BUT...

It did mention Rogues & The Rouge Guild!


you're an ass...


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