19 Burst results for "Dredd"

Call of Duty: Season 5 Roadmap Revealed

Digital Coffee

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

Call of Duty: Season 5 Roadmap Revealed

"All right first up. Is that call duties season five is going to be titled reloaded is gonna be hitting us at on september ninth and will basically be a very interesting one because it's gonna have looks like for an operator judge dredd which would interest me quite a bit because i like those movies like the second one breath the sylvester stallone first one but he's a comic book type of character. It's a very interesting worlds. It's very disturbing very sad looking world as well. You're always going to have a few new maps for for backups. Cold war also new warzone perks austin news arby's new seasonal events as well so it's a whole bunch of interesting things with the biggest interesting thing i think. Judge dredd is finally coming to this so this adds to more of the action heroes type of things. We had the eighties. Rambo and john maclean. Now we're going to have this one as well so it's very interesting thing. What they're doing are like this way about doing their little characters. Which i most of the time never really care about in general but this is what we're going to get so be prepared to open your wallet if you wanna get it if not then. It doesn't really matter quite a bit because you can still play but it begins. September will it says seventh but also says ninth on the thing so between that time seventh to ninth and should run until probably about the end of the month probably into october beginning october. In general so be prepared for. Be ready to unlock your wallets and get this. If you feel like you want to get something like this

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"dredd" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:27 min | 9 months ago

"dredd" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"There is crime in society. There is no justice a city we continue to grow. 73 Citizen riots coming God, Of course, it's your hand. But not good. We know you were my finest studio. You're under arrest. What's the charge? Look. It is a good balls about as charged e am the law Oh, Judge Dredd! Oh, my goodness. Judge Dredd! 1995 hot set in takes place in 2080. It's a dystopian world. Have you seen this cheese? No, I have not helmet as dawn. Does. I'm looking at the reviews. Um, somebody for somebody from Empire just wrote the following. It's not as bad as you think. That's all they wrote. That's literally all that's all they wrote. It's not a ringing endorsement. Oh, my goodness on hell! What are you doing? I knowed Alexei severely doubt I'm gonna like Judge Dredd. It was either Judge Dredd or Robocop three. Well, Both are giant turds. So I would rather have because I watched I did Watch Robo one. You made me watch Robocop one. This is based on a comic book. I'm reading here, okay? $90 million budget. Wow. Well, um, released. Yeah, Million. That's huge. It's a huge especially then. Oh, my goodness. It has 20% on rotten tomatoes. God, yeah, You're gonna love it and 30%. On audience score. Oh, Oh, my God. I can't wait to hear your review on Friday. Um, Matt Bronson from Creative Loafing writes. It stands no chance of being mistaken for a good movie. Um,.

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"dredd" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"dredd" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Judge Dredd gets killed like he gets shot in the head on panel. Will. He gets shot the head and then? He. Is Miraculously healed by brain growing Nanhai Course. There's sci-fi science to help them like put in the back into Earth whatever. But Right? Yeah. Guess we also didn't mention his manservant robot Walter that talks like a little baby or something. Yes. Thanks for reminding me I as someone who hasn't read a ton of Judge Dredd or any judge Mike. You didn't know that judge had had a robot manservant with a speech impediment named Walter the WO- Bot. Did you? Yeah I didn't I. also didn't know that he had a like a made Marine is clearly yeah Maria Clearly Hispanic who constantly the handful of time she speaks talks about how she can't speak. English. Well, and I'm like the fuck is going on two thousand ad like I know you're trying to lean into like American weirdness but like Jesus I will say that definitely threw me off. The first time I serving judge dredd the idea that his. Gross? Italian stereotype. Made Maria? No that's what it was. Yeah What's interesting I the first judge Dredd I've read was complete case files volume five and they're still show up. So he has walter the wo- bought and Maria for a long. Well past their expiration date I think. Sure. Sure. This is a comic written in nineteen seventy eight nineteen, seventy-nine. There is some stuff like that but. I don't think it detracts from judge dredd because because there's so much other satirical stuff going on you know. and. He doesn't feel that out of place as much as it might seem. If you've only seen the Karl urban movie and you said we and the comics, he's got a speech impediment robot named Walter the robot. That wouldn't quite work. That really honestly through me like I was like, am I reading the jetsons now what the fuck is going on yeah. That's of wooden translate to a movie version of dread very well but no. What amazing to me about the stories like it's a very long story and I don't think we can do a chapter by chapter break down and I wouldn't want to because I think you haven't read it like I said the story Zigzag ways were expect Zag. There's a lot on his unexpected stuff in it. It's well worth the time to sit down and read it, unpack it For me, the real standouts are the idea that judge dredd is able to get a small group of guerrilla fighters to join him basically you find out that. The academy, of all the tutors, there are judges who were injured in the in the street doing their judge duties. So they can't be street cops anymore teach people. They're not being brainwashed judge treads able to use them to fight back. You see and in the one guy who just took two weeks off and didn't explain what you're right You have giant shows up as well for some reason, he's doesn't get brainwashed. There's also always recurring jokes about judge cal being a narcissist. There's a point where he do sentenced the the entire siege to death and then decides not to do it and expects this people to throw him a parade because of that right right and celebrate them and they go on the streets and there's no one there and he thinks it's something with is like maybe I'm just not seeing very well, but it seems like the streets is busy as they should be. The crowd smaller than they are. and. That underscores the something that maybe we could briefly mention I don't get too into it but. Reading this story. In. The year two thousand and twenty is very different than probably a red in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine, right right or even even ten years ago I mean. It's it's. Gross in a Lotta ways like I was definitely. Struggling with some of the stuff that they were pushing in this because I'm like this reads like today like I don't like reading the news in my comic books and yet here we are. Like, and that's not me saying comic books aren't political or have their great commentary but to read a book like this where they're trying to play satire and it reads all too true is kind of scary. You have an insane narcissist who at one point wants to build a wall around mega city one it reads pretty close home. Yeah, especially, at one point, there's a panel which I found pretty chilling when I reread where. Judge Cal's addressing the city and he says I haven't been a bad chief judge sure I did execute several million of you but it could have been many more and that line. Lands little close to home yeah. I don't WanNa get too deep into that south but it does I think color my reading of the story again. So absolutely yeah, it's it's wild I mean there are other bits though that I did find kind of lighthearted and. Strangely enough through this. Like at one point, Judge Cal tells one of his close judges to just dress in his underwear and that bit sticks around till the very end of the run and I I was always catching ed laid out of the corner of my eye like in the background of panel, there would just be a drudge in in the classic Polkadot, Speedo underwear and it's consistent. No matter who's drawing it whether it's McMahon or ewing or Boland like everybody found a way to include that I thought that was stupendous. The way it said up is really early on. So when spoiler. Alert for this entire discussion obviously. But. There's a when CIA Chief Judge Goodman gives judge dredd SGS button. That fell off of someone's uniform and then calcined hey, you're out of uniform you're missing a button if you can't be in proper uniform, you should wear uniform at all. And that's why he's in his underwear for the entire story it's like. What's interesting to me is I I. as I say the Story Ziglar expected Zag there's a point where. Thirteen chasing the judges of judge dredd and his band of. Guerrilla judges whatever not literally because. We've me there are some judge dredd stories actually feature guerrillas so I don't mean actually I.

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"dredd" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"dredd" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"It doesn't quite have. It doesn't quite feel like it has the same mistakes as other dread stories. Part of that is album where pat mills as a writer. Always wants to take judge dredd out of mega-city one to make the character work because he sees it as a hero, right? Right. the story right before this at the end of the first complete kids files judge dread going to the moon basically being the sheriff of the moon and that's like that doesn't work like that's that's not what you want from a judge Joyce story and like the setup for this is interesting because obviously dreaded the most respected judge. So of course, they pick him for the suicide mission basically. he is the Western lawman bringing law and order till the small towns they run into the earth you know there's an. Judge Dredd it could be any other person doing that you know what I mean. Yeah Yeah. That was the thing I thought was like the most surprising about this story is the no not having judge dredd in the city really kind of broke my brain about this because I wasn't doing any of the policing and and he wasn't doing the thing that judge Dredd does which I mean he does day the law died like his big thing I am the law, and then we judge cal and stuff like that. But in this story in particular like he kept saying we'RE GONNA? Come back we're going to his squadron onto this place in the waste land. Which I thought was pretty funny. But like he he definitely doesn't feel like like you said, he had just been replaced by anybody in while it works. He's got the same voice in the same personality throughout the whole story. It doesn't necessarily feel like judge dredd story. Outside of this idea of going from mega city to Mega City yeah and I think that's something we'll come back to discuss the day the law died. But that is a big difference between Pat Mills Take Judge. John. John Wagner and I should say that this is basically the last. Big Story that mills does with Judge Dredd to think he does another few stories after this. But by kind of his take on the character and it moves onto other stuff into those navy and John Wagner basically becomes. The judge jed trader and he's he's writing judge dredd stories up until now you know he's still a while working on the character he he is the one person's defining the character and I think it is better for that but yeah but I maybe we'll discuss highlights of this because yeah, there are some amazing chapters we should say that there are there kind of two versions of the curse Earth when it was originally published in seventy. There were a couple of chapters that. Two hundred eighty ran into. So maybe some licensing issues because they featured May. Copyright and trademark characters particularly Ronald McDonald and the jolly green giant specifically. Yeah. So the those chapters were not republished for decades. So. If you buy the complete case files vying to, you don't get these chapters. Two thousand has within the past couple years re published. The cursor as a standalone volume that has these chapters reinstated and the color pages reinstated and I think we both wrote this. I did yeah I was I was blown away like I'd start started reading cursor in the black and white, and then I forgot that I had this the collected edition of just the cursor and Armando to see those color pages especially when you get the Brian Boland chapters like I understand the McMahon he's very, very good artist for a for a specific style. But when you get bowl and coming in and what does the seventy eight you say? I cannot believe this existed in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight because compared to all the other comics I've ever seen from the seventies and early eighties his art is unique in it looks like more like something that was coming out in the late nineties early, two thousands even two thousand, ten's and to see him doing that back then is groundbreaking but you know it's clear that his work takes a little bit more time than others, and which is why you don't see him consistently throughout the volume. He. He has some pretty major judge dredd stories, but never a huge make epic dob on his own obviously work. So detailed what's really interesting is that Boland McMahon at this time in the late seventy s at this airasia dread are basically the definitive dread artists like they established what the character looks like. But there are work on the surface could not be more different you know. Like McMahon has served catchier style, it's bit looser is a little bit more cartoony and I don't mean that in pejorative sense. It's cartooning style. Yeah. You'll end is exaggerated and hyper realistic in a way that comes off sort of cartoony at times, but it's much tighter McMahon draws dread with his huge helmet giant boots. It's animated in a way that is more restrained. Yeah, I agree I agree but you get both but as as for as for chapters that I really really liked though. Those McDonald's or the Burger law? Yes. Oh my gosh. Chapters are probably some of the funniest stuff of this I. I actually really liked the lore building like judge Dredd I know has like a massive lower in it right? Because it's all in the same continuity whatever. and. Now that I'm picking putting things together and like Paul you really like stories a lot of continuity. Love rockets this story, some other stuff but. I do like in particular like the vampire strikes or the night of the vampire arc that they do. These robots sucking blood off of people to bring bring blood back to the to the last American President like I really liked that idea of judge dredd time it back to some history that we don't know building a lot lower explaining things that to me were mystery about how the world came, what it was and to see there's a moment in that chapter where you see the people of the United States clamoring four the judges, they want the judges over the American government and I was just scared out of my mind. That is a pretty amazing to have. That's probably my outside of the battle of the Burger Barons and Burger law which is. Mainly, just for their names but. Yeah that the none of the vampire is probably my favorite part of the cursed earth because you get the perfect mix of. Story, it's just absurd enough to be funny. But the real interesting world building like you said, like what's not gloss over the fact that the stories about? Vampires attacking the small town in sucking people's blood. And then judge basically helps the townspeople find out what's happening in track these robots down, and then you get that amazing reveal at the end of the first chapter were the townspeople are GonNa kill the vampire in this tomb that the robots are being the blood to is it? Oh, they're going to kill the last president of the United States and it's such a what moment you know it just. Because it's the first time in two, thousand, eighty in judge Dredd were they explain? What happened basically and you get that real short summary of it, which is again is all Pat Mills John. Wagner will later on and go back and kind of revise that slightly..

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Washington DC - House Votes To Remove Bust Of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney From U.S. Capital

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC - House Votes To Remove Bust Of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney From U.S. Capital

"At the Capitol Here's ABC is Adam Kelsey. US House voted Wednesday to remove from the capital a bust of former Supreme Court chief justice Roger Taney. Bill directs that the effigy of Taney who authored the 18 57 Dredd Scott opinion declaring African Americans could not be US citizens be replaced with one of Thurgood Marshall, the first black Supreme Court Justice California congresswoman Karen Bass As a black lawmaker, the presence of these statues represented acceptance of white supremacy and racism. Something that we're fighting day in and day out to dismantle. Adam Kelsey ABC

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"dredd" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"dredd" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"It's great drudge. drudge credibility combined with the superior technology and equal determination because remember. He is bred to be determined to arrest people and uphold. The law is. What's going to give him the win in this situation by the way judge Roy is awesome genetically modified to have a much higher pain tolerance the average human which is then further heightened due to his insane willpower and determination? I can those who things being genetically modified and further cement. How tough is judge? DREDD was sent to a rival mega-city to stop World War for which he did By himself or herself while he was sent himself. No actually that's incorrect. He was sent with a team. He is leading the team he went. It was a small team see. Here's the thing when the mega cities are like mini countries. And there's like I think at most seventy mega cities around the world because post-apocalyptic thing so one mega city will actually launch nukes at another mega-city so the megacities will go to. War is kind of their own countries he had to go in and stop another mega-city from continuing world war four but that's more of a testament of how tough is get. It's not taking up Jason. Todd is I just think judgment is on slightly a bit higher level. That's my point number one and well argued. I still honestly half of your point seems to be. He's done these macro level things that don't involve fighting at the micro level so so I think that you're you're because you're so far behind you're needing to reach for higher level points to change what the battles talking about because I'm talking about a fight between the two two of them so getting dominated what is what is micro versus macro in terms of A. That's an interesting use of terms. Okay micro versus macro you might say. On the micro level. Red Hood can as was trained by Batman so he can use Ninja skills to defeat judge dredd in actual combat scenario. macro-level is judge thread on a higher level stopped. World War for Red Hood has never done that. Well now here's okay. It doesn't matter as a matter in a fight though. No it's more about like you know who you would send in to do it. But that's cool so let me let me answer that point which is actually a great one of your point or your part ray finally is I know. It's a long lines of this judge. Tread as as Mac Rosie could be has turned down so many different positions for advancement within the Judge Society and Law Enforcement Society because he wants to stay at street level. That's it he's like. I know I can take this promotion Russian. I know I could be this person. I knew I could have this power. No I WANNA be street level. That's where I'm the most effective so to that degree. That's I think that's where you compete against as whites. Such a great match you brought up a point that I want to take a dunk on right now. Is You brought how fast judge DREDD can draw now. Judge Dredd of any character we found outside of somebody with hypersonic speed need can draw his weapon and fire faster than anybody else. If we were doing an old west gunfights of potentially draw would be faster for judge dredd than basically any other character that I'd bring out here saying the flash or superman however I looked a little bit of science for this one. No I'm serious now. There is an info graphic pulled hold from the pages of judge dredd comic that made its way onto the wiki article that I took a stop at to kind of check out and there was one little number in there that really piqued my curiosity about about the law bringer weapon now as you said before. Another is the various settings. So you can fire law bringer at a fast rate of slow rate of medium rate and it actually said that the bullets being being fired by lawbreaker at the medium or right in the middle of the road the one I would think he would standardly beyond they shoot at bell. Five hundred feet per seconds and I thought that sounds interesting. That boils down to about one hundred fifty meters per second as far as how fast those bullets are going. That sounds pretty fast right until I looked at the actual actual speed of a normal gun from today not even the future and an average pistol of today's shoots bullets at five hundred fifty meters per second which means while Judge Dredd can draw his gun very fast. His bullets are remarkably slow moving compared to anything else so.

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"dredd" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on Underrated

"Kind of, like, you know, the end of the kind of getting ready for grittier superheroes Nolan trilogy. I also say so we talked about how like getting people reading some like one I was thinking his blade runner blade on her like change science fiction made it like this gritty, like new war thing that like everybody's doing the cyberpunk fiction now that is just cribbed from blade runner. You see everywhere and blaming the loss of money loss office. They eventually made the sequel that came out like thirty five years later, something like that. And that filled the buffs office to is because they both the blame movies worthies like simulator visions that didn't have they didn't like, like, okay, what's going to make money. They were just like no we're gonna make a movie. That's good. And I would rather see, like a movie that gets underrated or fails or whatever. And you don't see sequel than having. Out of a job. School. But one thing is like you also want them to have. I'm not saying be a billion dollar box office. But you want to see some kind of success because it will be thirty five years before. And I get it. And I get what I'm saying is like if they don't what, what I was trying to say is if they do. Well, you'll get another dread, like another type of dread one, they don't do somewhat. Well, then you're not now I get it. You don't wanna change anything. But I'm not saying compromise a movie in a sense of changing its dynamic changing, what it says changing, it's feeling it's more like is there a way to be able to attract maybe a little bit more attention getting without without without giving away. Like we got him a five hundred movie. What are we doing now? Into the sense that we're always going to have this, this, this, this happened of underrated movies in, it sucks. And it's like for every movie that is is made perfect in gets recognition. There's going to be five different that should also get recognition. I think it's just it's just the whole way of, of how movies go. And how entertainment goes is like, you know, there's always gonna be that one like one got out in one became this hit while, you know, five more left in the dust, even though they shouldn't. They shouldn't have been for the same reasons. I think is just glad luck the draw kind of situation a lot of times you do. If you do try and compromise and do that it doesn't always work. Look at Justice league that was movie like, okay snacks had vision in might have been good at might have been bad. You know, I know this hashtag release the Snyder cut. But there's no just come out about his original plans that would it sound more interesting. It's not there's no cut because he didn't ever shoot this reshot it all with. Josh? We try and be like, more like family anymore. It's going to be more feeling people, and that would be like bombed. I'm gonna be lost money, and we've made less money than any of the movies than any other movies, even suicides, I've made more money than that. Yeah. So I think the moral the story for us is that filmmakers, make the movie that you want. And, you know, even though it doesn't make make you chill ill at least, like for us like supreme. We'll have. Yeah, we'll have some you'll have some appreciation, somewhere, your movie, and I say, you know, don't like, oh, well put this into this group will like it will make some money like just making. Yeah. I mean you're gonna find out you're gonna find obviously what I like is different from what you like, what you feel that someone put into it. I feel that you know they put into a fine. But I mean, it's, it's always, it's always envied subjective thing. That's why you have people talking podcast. Yeah. Exactly. Honestly. Do you guys see the reputation of this movie come because I feel like you talk to people now people seeing everyone who has seen it. I've never met anybody. Oh, I didn't like that, right? Yeah. I think it's like once people like it gets on their behalf radar. People tend to like it. I think they especially if it's like without any pressure, like you know, it's just like, oh, this movies popped up on my key. Let me see it. Emily movie that I think, as more people see and you know, people hear about it or they listen to a podcast about it. They'll be like, oh, I should watch that everybody who's told me, it's really good or like a lot of people like oh, like I didn't like the Stallone one. But let me let me check this out. You know. So I think it's, it's getting more and more popular. I think if that, especially that Netflix series happens, a lot of people are gonna see oh with epoch saying, oh, let me, go, check out this movie, that's based on, I think it's going to really turn around with, like, also what we're talking about, like with our rated superhero movies kind of becoming more of the normal popular. Now, there's going to be people who are willing to revisit it, and I think it would actually be beneficial as a Netflix show. I mean, especially if they keep the same format of a day in the life of Kaieda situation of it could basically be comic book police procedure. And I think that's a really cool innovative concept in it would actually be like, especially platform, Netflix. That's always looking for that, that kind of different sil-. It'd be. A definitely definitely a good fit. For what I'll go let let about..

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"dredd" Discussed on Underrated

Underrated

09:11 min | 2 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on Underrated

"Get your. Yeah. My opinion. Yeah. No, I think that will actually be the trend going forward on a lot of super movies are comparable with these are going to be just like throwing it. Throwing you in the deep end of things because it's like you, like they became they became a superhero, let's move on kind of thing. Character. That's like, you know, the audience surrogate, you know, it was the second Anderson, she's very much. You know, the kind of fish out of water character who's like she is like, okay, there's this world or whatever, and we do get a little bit like voice over the beginning from judge Dredd, played by Karl urban who's the guy, you know, who's been in Lord of the rings Star Trek dread door. I would call him like a low key gig God, just like they're like, you don't realize it until, like you actually look back at him kind of things Mark strong. No, neither one the one do who's who's like the mad magician. Mike strong all that him yet. He's easy. He's like he's one of the bridge. Illan ridges dimensions, he like a pop culture, the wizard. He's been. Oh. Because he was captain marvel now. She's wrong. Yeah. Oh, he was like an alien. He was one of the scrolls. The guy from galaxy where he's like, oh, but he was also word. Oh. Isn't that? I was thinking gladiator. Butch Jones, who I think is his name probably around. But. But honestly, like I really liked this movie I was just like when did we start as podcasts? And we're trying to think like what are we gonna be someone? I mean, we gotta do dread because that's a movie that's like it just like this. It's short. It's like ninety three minutes is really click. Yes. Yes. Just like like amylase chunk slice live. It's not as great grand scale epic thing. It's like all right we're in. It's very hard like they're in this Bill place. They've got to stop something. You know, you get the point of your character, and there's, there's cares. It's very subtle. But the beginning got dread. And he's just like, oh, she failed trust. He's like so. Absolutely. That means she failed. Dr is very much. Just like a lawful neutral care. The law is all that matters doesn't matter. If you're right wrong, there's no gray areas, like, I'm just gonna execute you. If you break this part of the law, that's the punishment if she even though she's a psychic, we need her. She didn't she failed. So should I have the end the movie she fails? She says, I'm going to, here's my gun in his dislike Bill O did she pass these passed. You know, he does grows a character or of course, even though it's very sell. And that's what I would I like that kind of like subtle character because it's not like there's not a big scene dreads, like, hey, rookie tosses the badge. And it's just like stay cool up there. You like he just tells user coke that's the problem co can be like. You know, he goes, he goes, you deserve this one kid like pops the bottle and the end the tour. Pop's share relic. Goes off. Happy movement. It would've been profitable as the park. Coke would be like what we're gonna give you cashing think you would enjoy. Dray to in overseas. You know, I think in that sense yet. Sorry. Mcdonald's in that sense. It's actually kind of like an interesting twist on, like, you know, the regular tros where you don't get character development on your main character. You get charactered this character character development of Sewri on this, this rookie. She awhile Morty, dread jet stays the same. But you do. A little very subtle. That's like the point of the movie is just. Robyn. I'm always Amelia. By the end you were good boy, you're a good soldier. But I'll but one of my biggest things that are appreciated about this movie. He never takes Mascow exactly fucking Zev. That is you just see, like his you don't have. Yeah. 'cause that's dread. He's just like the stolen like doesn't delicious, though, I want that mask off Yeah, Judy. he does accu- those I'm saying is that greasy beginning when she's like reading his mind, she's something deeper and it's just like, and they're like, okay, that's good relations. There's something deeper and then it flashes suffer? So. Oh, no. Much like she looks at him. And you're losing. Mentally do. Belts company left in the future. Listless Kamal, dude. Some shit. Whoever was expendable. You know what I'm saying expendable one through three? Hey, well, that's. In a few years. Yeah. Because I manga what I hated. I love the parents that came out recently, let's other episode we're going to bring the thing. The one thing I'm going to say is a bothered me sick music that, that, but they never they always take their mask off like you get to see the powder interest finally fully suited up a fight the puppies for like two minutes. And then they get in the. And I'm like get that which should out of here. Well, Well, see see the the thing thing is. is that a lot of superhero movies doing this because it's hard to show emotions with the mask, and that's usually, like detracted. That's why like they've changed. Spider-man's is in the heavily. Makes sense. I appreciate the call. Like his they would just draws is different shapes and stuff. You can't really do that very well in film. But this one like the fact that he's so, like, the, the masters show. Any emotions is a positive rather than a detraction. So really fucking works on this movie. Yeah, it's just, you know, great action like varies a straightforward. And I love that it has you questioned these morals like in horrible, like society, were just laws like the only order and like everything else is just like madness, like it's almost impossible to not be a horrible person like even the other judges are just selling out. Anderson is doing her best to be good, and she knows she's fucked up, and she's not gonna, you know, pass this or socio thinks, because she lost her weapon, but she's still doing best has that whole Trump tragic moment, where after she shoots the guy. Dreads shoot 'em. She's like, well, he's just on the ground and like. And she's like, okay. And then, like she goes and sees apartments uses baby mama, his baby later, and she has this of moment. And that's what it's about. It's like finding what's in a situation where everything seems as when you go to the stores during black Friday? And everybody's getting trampled on, but you reach out, and you get that PS four that you are real cheap. So all worth it. I get it psych. Yeah. Like everybody in this movie, by the way, all the actors, they're fucking incredible. Karl urban is just so stoic. And he, he killed his voice was just wrecked at by the end of the movie because he like to do this gravelly lake. Note, like Nolan Batman as kind of like grumble and Livia therby. She's really good. She's from Juno. He's like the friend in Juneau shoes has been a lot of stuff, which is really good. And you've got search Lancaster who. Yeah. Like, can't we go to hurt at lea-? Yeah. Yeah. We, can we go to her character's? Talk about. Yeah. So I get it. I probably like that story kind of interesting like you kinda feel bad for her coming from that. But so yeah, so you kind of get it. That's another thing through her. This movie kind has become like became kind of like a, a movie of, like, well anybody could become this bad person? She was. Yeah. And it's like going back to anybody under the right consequences or the wrong consequences can become something else that whole moral duty thing, like she's like pretty much almost had no choice but to just be like to own to survive, she needed to basically, be this evil and be ruthless into receive like killing an entire floor people just to get to the judge. And that's what everybody likes fights the system in their own way, was drug. She just goes up like complete like law. That's it. You know, you have heard just like I'm gonna go the opposite way and just be kind of chaos and like, I'm gonna take control with my evil than Anderson's. The one in the middle who's, like, but what's really what do you know what I really need to do? What's morally correct here in, in this world? It's a hard line to walk. And if you go too far either direction, you'll either be dread or you'll be mama pretty much. Yeah. I forget guys that the other actor's name. But the guy who's like mama's, like Lieutenant who gets his hand blown off. He's great to and then we have dull glee. Jason hold on Greece. And I always like so surprised dollars like this man. This man's. Like it was for his second Ohno. He gets his is push. They, they don't argue the flashback. Does he have guys? Oh, like robot is so big. They're like robot is, and everything. Yeah. Flashback mama like criticize. Yeah. Would harasses K by the way, the guy was talking about before, but yeah, yeah. Like with Dominic Lisa. It took me a second to, like, I didn't realize until after I saw the credits. Oh shit..

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"dredd" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

Top Down Perspective

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on Top Down Perspective

"I step i that's it for me though john what have you been playing well i have been super busy outside a streaming lately so not much but monday night's game clearing out of do something special and i hooked up the old ps one light gun and played some lichen games alia okay so we ended up playing the original time crisis two of the point blank games and judge dredd i've never seen judge dredd actually eight years bad is the movie dread yeah it's it's real bad the movies good aesthetically imagined it was based on the stallone judge dredd movie probably but like they got little finger from game of thrones to be judge dredd oh man honestly got like i don't know who the actual actor was but it sounds a shit unlike him okay this is not a new game right knows ps one yeah okay right right right yeah the judge i game was awful it crashed halfway through the game okay we were blowing up things too much and it just crashed the first days that we played it took a minute to load the actual end of stage and we thought it just crashed she's got to a point where it was taking awhile load was this the worst like on game you played that almond yep easily like you had three lives you just didn't get any feedback how you got hit you couldn't avoid being hit people that you're supposed to robots you're supposed to shoot look like robots you weren't supposed to shoot the bunch of weird shit like that things would blow up and make it look like they're dead but they weren't say to keep shooting them you had to clean a screen clearing move you could fire off but if you did that in any civilians were onscreen they also died so you've got penalize lost health is this bad the only good thing about it was the fm vs which were like looks like the actually put effort into the costumes look nice.

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"dredd" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

Lights, Camera, Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Podcast

"Don't you say word about a true and it was it was just like it was too much for me is just it's not my thing and i don't think people should i i think the point is i would never wanna watch a broken lizard movie more than once and so i'll watch super troopers to one so what's club dredd once beer fest once but i think what jeff was saying beer has a very low rewatch ability because you kinda see through it but it's like fear there are certain gags that have good payoffs that like are very very funny and it sandwiched between two other things that aren't that funny they're not funny to me because we're brain geniuses but they might be funny to other people so i wouldn't say don't go see this movie i would say if you haven't seen super troopers don't go see super troopers two if you saw super troopers one in liked it go see super troopers two and if you didn't like it then don't go see it dairy simple flow chart can shut up going to the point of broken lizard only in watch it once i've watched i think like when you're first came out i probably watched eleven twelve times between two thousand six when it came in like twenty ten and then just didn't watch for a long time i don't think that applies for the period in which came out like that mid two thousand two thousand five to probably twenty twelve or something that period their movies are great for that period of comedy they are just not great for now like sage doesn't play no i don't think but it also to your age is well though like beer i was funny to me because i didn't drink beer when it came out you know beer like sweet drinking getting high like sex like great like i mean we were a lot younger and like a lot of stuff like we didn't know and then like you grow up and you have beer.

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"dredd" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"Never never seen a hook this big no that's too sexy the teenagers are safiya sufficient so these teens there at a sexy carnival because it's the off season it's like a summer carnival type thing it is the fourth of july well that's right which does carry over at least i haven't seen the second one in forever you've never seen i'll always know you did or were you not on the episode oh skill this is the one where they go to the the caribbean yes jack black and brandy yes i saw that one was that over for july's well no i think it's summer because they're like they're done with the semester vacate like the whole thing is they get a vacation away win avi can over the phone in a fucking radio contests no thing what what are the odds that you'd be terrorized by killers and winner that's right the killer set up the radio contests damn well and it's also like club paradise like it's all like nobody's there nobody talking plays in even that even that piece of shit is so much better than this club dredd guaranteed and i hate club dredd no i still know what you did let's go what name a movie it's better than any oh provide better than this movie role no i will give all tra violet maybe the edge four it's got at least visual style it's not good it's but this other thing this movie shot at night in a parking lot.

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"dredd" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

BBC Let's Talk About Tech

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on BBC Let's Talk About Tech

"I have i have the tools they know the games industry and they're the only developer i know who also in a publishing house so afraid good fit for it i think there's any direct parodies of their games in the although you they do also of course on the lessons to two thousand eight am judge dreads so i put the game judge strides windy dyin in the which is a 1993 solve atari title about judge dredd suffering massive flatulence and our goal mcrae one of the so famous dread altus to draw or a picture of judge dredd during a massive all spoke which really entertainments leave us that's a life goal checked off and if you managed to game the i didn't notice that which pages that might which pages i think that that's really early on it's in the ice accept the the 80s were rich and fertile period for video games in a in the home brewed on a tape kind of why was easy it's a parody games from that period owed does he time tonga's past it gets easier as time guys cost because there's more technology light once he gets sort of vr and things involved you can come up with some really weird ideas let one of them was some it's war on drugs where you can experience a variety of historical walls on a variety assimilated narcotics so you can do ideas like that but the icc's aspires amid leading up to the atari crash in '83 just had this massive floods of incredibly toxic he rubbish claims and you know you have stuff like the guy in bank buried in a land fell out of shyam lie keno territory like that it's actually pretty hard to come up with games more.

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"dredd" Discussed on The Liturgists

The Liturgists

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on The Liturgists

"She inches happen and if we refuse to listen they don't so just to kind of finish off this very brief reflection do we need our enemies is there something that we get if it that means actually unconsciously we don't get want to get rid of them i don't know if he ever saw there is a sign it said the democratic party used it said love trumps he it is a popular sign and it men's love is better than he it and it also meant trump with someone who was he had fallen love is better than that but there was another way to read the sign which is just literally love trumps he it hi many of us love it get something i developed had many of us are psychically invested and create jokes create humor create this quit that creates sense of we are pure and we are good and and actually we end up wanting our enemy and therefore unconsciously not wanting to get rid of them because they purify as they help us have a beautiful soul it's interesting that judge dredd kim might of the yes judge dreads interesting is judge dredd he finds a criminal he judges them they're in then and t if needs be executes them infant in popular culture judge dredd is the ultimate in concrete justice he's not obstruct he's concrete he looks at the problem there's an evil and he deals with it he's concrete not abstract.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"Even though judge dredd i'm sure at a bigger budget dread does such a better job of world built yeah because that world is dread yeah and and i think i don't necessarily think i think there's them shady decisions maiden judge dredd but i think the majority of watching it now in 2017 the reason we're like is it should show is because it was directed mike 95 or what raid i don't think that when you look at other movies that were coming around the time or when you look at even like more recent comic book movies like i would rather watch this than the first fantastic or move ninety four or rail them like seriously because of lee's this is entertaining hey did you just hadash electric he's yes because it's fucking bowl okay okay analysis is phase of malibagh allow general electric has a bad movie because it does a lot with mike oriental as on an like that like pigeonholing in asian actors that being said jennifer garner please be my wire lack i can't get on i can't get down with jennifer garner i mean i thank her dimples no her dimples look like if i like if she pulled back from me he would like a or cheekbones are like weapons that also her arms and nnambi like i mean yeah it's all fate felt like the one armed collapse like i played just think that bike she looked athletic like she looked like she could get lycra i there any one of a number of women that i would have rather seen a man i mean and not just those though like the spy tobey maguire and also well i really liked the first two tobey maguire i think the first two tobey maguire 'spiderman's are legitimately awesome movies but third one lateran of throws shade on that all fucking endeavour yonder hiring gough word i think he bows of odd knows all as an unresolved cat into getting gangnam what's his fuck is doc i man was when molina fucking he's fucking graveman.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"Buck in hugh jackman huge huge akman um buck in the end the director of logan stood their ground great fucking moving off my blood supply almost like when you trust and respect artists to do their thing they produce quality work yeah fucking weird daca or owner to come on let edgar right direct a gay and malaysia anything in japan well i hope you hey hey guys hey guys how excited or we the jazz sweden has got a directive back girl moving gave a foreign oriented that asset shed the best thing about dread purses judge dredd specifically is i feel like to read is on a much smaller scale like you still see that the city and you still see like the massive nece of this world but it doesn't try so hard to establish that the world is large whereas in the first teen in dread or judge dragged you see the whole thing i see how big the world is an andretti you just see like you you spend most of your time in mama's building one ended pizzas yet jahrlich judge dredd is like this is like the big like over arcane like world shadley like saving the world plotline while dries much more like literally at the in that movie i was like oh that's just another fucking day for her is no that's another day than it is and why for this man judge dredd was was conceived of and written about in a british and tholot g comic called two thousand ad and we got a lot of really grade talent out of two thousand ad brian bolland started in two thousand eight p a d graham mowers added four thousand more the eu as lausanne large amount of talent from two thousand ad it comes from is very british prediction of storytelling and i think the interesting thing is that.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"And light maybe that man i i mean i enjoyed as she does literally say please make me a woman right here now in front of all these people i don't like you're in now watch the biggest flaw that this movie has just the fact that it was made in 1995 yeah absolutely i think i i was saying the when me and my brother found out that this was going to be a thing like we were really still 'cause we knew who dread was we were comic book peaks and when we saw the stills of him or the trailer for this movie was like holy shit he looks like judge dredd and i just i don't even think he does a bad job like their movies he is far far worse in eclair expendable and laurie well expendable stu is beautiful job i wanna edits show expenditure was one was the better of the two god no nelson dealer hillary we're comparing dumpster fired up this p really odd to me about john conned van dap bandanna around has kicking a bowie knife into liam hems rash and his beautiful because that's what i want from that movie is mindless stupid fucking action i don't give up up about wound moutoa of where go to redo both rove gruber gruber put ours alone all right right like pundit the only good thing about expendable one was terry crews have been you know should have been javert and lame as leicester still on i am a large and there are not my mother's use those nuremberg touching for terry cruz azul fair enough nabil laura war we ask anything and everything very grizz could do a literally anything that man is perfect yes he is amazing in brooklyn nine nine as the joy.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"His his dna aim was mutated to make him the perfect criminal and yet is still identical to judge dredges jay i'd rather they have a radical dna it's just that rico got all of the recess jeans and judge dredd got all of the dominant g twins were giant they still make him a judge though like why first of all why was he they cried criminal but also like why why would they make him a charge he was supposed to bring balance to the force saw but he ended up not having the high gmo we totally did have the high ground highly lose i dunno going back to and sat out to the science magazine physically painful to watch you were obviously not doing that night correctly because it was great for me because i was already half a bottle of vodka thrill when i got really at hand of the night i think i was too and that really really sucked in exile integral sought to the next day all eyes i actually really enjoy diane lanes character in the beginning whereas like like she's she's like a split gives street judge but isn't like nearly as leverage obviously not a seasoned as dread is but in like a way where she's like she's trying to keep the rookies head down she's trying to be like a good good good mentor like a good example and like keeps that up for most of the movie like falls the law when she things dread broke the law but when presented with evidence unlike a lot of the other people in the fucking movie like it's like a ha.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"The lovely patrick mariah a guys with a high hello and joining us as guests on this episode are the talented and beautiful herbert on two thousand and uh the bearded and technologically proficient tobia pension i'm a guest he is a which is which is a little weird but yeah so we're going to talk about the judge dredd not dried with karl urban which was a band fucking test the aga had no right to be that gov at grilling highly and my lead i could not have lowered max patients more for the karl urban inadequate while again i just want to reiterate that i had been trying to get you my lovely patrick to watch that movie four years and i regretted not watching it sooner so nolan yes i put it on the same tears olympus has fallen but that's because olympus has on is a beautiful trash ireland alrabii i i will agree with that poses a this is what's funny to me is that so i was the only person that had seen this movie going into it in its entirety in its entirety by from the way that patrick mariah we're talking about dread um i assumed that the reason their expectations were so low is because they were aware of the stallone movie oh now which is it's one of my it's one of those things that definitely personifies the decade in which it was made i mean i had seen stills from it and i had i had i guess in the kind of same way where like i had heard enough horror stories of the movie that i it kind of just went on faith of people that had seen it but like.

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"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"dredd" Discussed on View From the Gutters Comic Book Club

"A mogens fantastic and um eggs me want to get drunk for all kinds of different reasons than the movie we watched tonight does or movie tonight was the 1995 classic stallone classic judge dredd named rob schneider is larry handles roofing sylvester stallone is judge dredd rob schneider as some dared diane lane judge hershey judge arlanda zondagh as judge diane lane as judge bitch armand asante as the world's fucking like no bling dairy contests shared his eyes opened his eyes were so wide though i don't know how he didn't blink like and joan chen and also the greatest actor the world juergen proc now yes i'm just gonna say that uh accent side alex aguinaga i'm sorry yes and also the exorcist max onsite out yet cannot i'm just gonna do as a quick aside because i can do that but can bags on site i was like the most bad asked mother fuck are ever he has battled satan he has battled like every fucking kind of threat you can think gaspart was he rebel pop no but he would have kicked the crap out of robocop okay maybe not i dunno bobrovnikov and him would have teamed up and that's a movie i would bucking pay to go and say hey i actually see that yeah ride gone but joe he did kinda go out like a bitch against darth diary of a wimpy kid so that's true i'm sorry i didn't mean to bring the room damn held on why europe i mean to bring it even lower he was the dad in the russell crowe.

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