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Postby rubberneck on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:08 am

Packatrix wrote:
Hellboy wrote:
turdferguson wrote:
Hellboy wrote:Great to see Tyler back with a strong entry like this. This print makes me want to watch the film again.


you must have missed thursday


Nah, I was there. This just has a much stronger composition than Avengers AOU to me with lots of cool imagery incorporated around the portraits making it more reminiscent of Stout's classic works.


Totally agree on the comp on this being much stronger than AOU.


Careful with my price chart buddy...
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Postby Kdh12 on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:24 am

SPAC04 wrote:love that squid


that is not a squid, obviously an octopus

which is confusing since there is neither an octopus or squid in the movie :? maybe I'm missing something
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Postby littleredcap on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:26 am

Kdh12 wrote:
SPAC04 wrote:love that squid


that is not a squid, obviously an octopus

which is confusing since there is neither an octopus or squid in the movie :? maybe I'm missing something


There was a scene with an octopus that got cut from the movie, but is on the deleted scenes. I'd skip the annoying intro on this vid, but here it is.

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Postby duckyhoward on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:32 am

A great return to form by Stout. And the movie definitely still holds up IMHO. Always brings back good memories for me of watching it countless times as a kid.

It is definitely an octopus on the poster and the scene was deleted form the original movie. It's a deleted scene on the DVD or BluRay. The octopus is referenced by Data at the end of the movie - but was never in it. :lol:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=35AUFYzvUXI
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Postby listerfeend on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:37 am

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Count wrote:Great poster. Too bad the movie doesn't hold up for me.


Yes. Watched Goonies a couple weeks ago and just wasn't feeling it anymore.


It's a kids movie.

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It's a great kids movie.
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Postby Kdh12 on Sun Oct 04, 2015 2:38 am

I've obviously never seen the DVD, extra features, behind the scenes fudge

Seen the original a bazillion times and just now learned about the stupid octopus.... still... not a squid
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Postby jcbudny on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:00 am

Instant classic, just like the film. Wonderful work Tyler.
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Postby KSUvet on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:13 am

listerfeend wrote:
Superfro33 wrote:I just watched the film and I want to watch the film again. I always want to watch this film.

Print is killer.


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Nailed it.

Also, I'm going to guess that the octopus is on the variant only. With the scene being deleted, it's perfect for the ol' Stout reg-var switcheroo.
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Postby SnakeEyes75 on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:29 am

listerfeend wrote:
xangelx wrote:
Count wrote:Great poster. Too bad the movie doesn't hold up for me.


Yes. Watched Goonies a couple weeks ago and just wasn't feeling it anymore.


It's a kids movie.

Image

It's a great kids movie.


Funny :clap:
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Postby FloatingInOuttaSpace on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:31 am

Oh my GOD! That's my mom's most favorite piece!
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Postby SnakeEyes75 on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:33 am

KSUvet wrote:
listerfeend wrote:
Superfro33 wrote:I just watched the film and I want to watch the film again. I always want to watch this film.

Print is killer.


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Nailed it.

Also, I'm going to guess that the octopus is on the variant only. With the scene being deleted, it's perfect for the ol' Stout reg-var switcheroo.


Since I'm new what other reg / variant differences has Stout made on other prints?

Also I was wondering about the process to get in to the screening where they gave these away? Were there only 300 seats? And if so was getting a ticket basically like a print drop in and of itself? Many had speculated that Stout would be doing the print, so I'm sure it wasn't easy to get those tickets. Just wondering how that was handled, I'm thinking of going next year.
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Postby Packatrix on Sun Oct 04, 2015 3:50 am

listerfeend wrote:
xangelx wrote:
Count wrote:Great poster. Too bad the movie doesn't hold up for me.


Yes. Watched Goonies a couple weeks ago and just wasn't feeling it anymore.


It's a kids movie.

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It's a great kids movie.

It's THE great kid's movie that features kids behaving and talking like kids. For that realistic portrayal, matched only, to my mind, by The Sandlot, and E.T. it should be considered the quintessential kid's movie about kids.

How Chris Columbus forgot all about that and gave us the C.S. Lewis/drama school poncery found in his HP films is beyond me.
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Postby bert on Sun Oct 04, 2015 4:23 am

I like that the David sculpture made it in, reminds me of that scene and make me smile
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Postby sidaldo on Sun Oct 04, 2015 4:42 am

Is the reg image out?
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Postby jcbudny on Sun Oct 04, 2015 5:09 am

DAMN... crazy cats paying $500+ out of the gate for this. Some HUNGRY collectors out there to be paying that before the regular and AP releases.
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