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Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 1:40 pm
by mattkardish
eh you know what old Jack Burton always says at a time like this

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 1:41 pm
by mattkardish
RealDiel wrote:
Crash607 wrote:god damn it. I think it's been over a year now since I've landed a mondo drop. Really disappointed I missed this one.
Keep trying. I just snagged a variant.
yah they're still available via mondotees im oscar dot com

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 1:57 pm
by badlieut
mattkardish wrote:eh you know what old Jack Burton always says at a time like this

Who?

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 2:39 pm
by o4phish20o
NEWPORTS69 wrote:dog he is dropping the axe, he is challenging the SYSTEM by disobeying the KILL thumbs up by King Jaq, huge scene

and it's clearly Crowe, you probably see trey in everyone woman you attracted to right? :pint:
You couldn't be more wrong. First, he spikes Tigris of Gaul's foot.. then he stands up, no shield, removes the axe spike from the foot.. holds the axe to Tigris's neck after knocking his visor up... does the whole thumbs up/down thing, goes against the crowd, and drops the axe to his side. Tigris has his bloody face exposed and is spitting blood already. Russell Crowe was not in some action pose either... he is just standing straight up with a "mic drop" of the axe. Again, sans shield. For how great of a movie it was.. making a print equal may be near impossible.

And nice try at a joke. Clearly you are no comedian. Stick to your day job.

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 2:39 pm
by Crash607
mattkardish wrote:
yah they're still available via mondotees im oscar dot com

What is that?

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:14 pm
by mattkardish
Crash607 wrote:
mattkardish wrote:
yah they're still available via mondotees im oscar dot com

What is that?
I combined Mondotees.com and an arrested development quote (I'm Oscar...dot com!)

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:14 pm
by mattkardish
badlieut wrote:
mattkardish wrote:eh you know what old Jack Burton always says at a time like this

Who?
JACK BURTON! ME!

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 3:29 pm
by Illmatick
this poster is whack...that looks nothing like Russell Crowe...is that snow? and why vertical?...really wish this was better, fav movie of all time here too

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:41 pm
by NEWPORTS69
o4phish20o wrote:
NEWPORTS69 wrote:dog he is dropping the axe, he is challenging the SYSTEM by disobeying the KILL thumbs up by King Jaq, huge scene

and it's clearly Crowe, you probably see trey in everyone woman you attracted to right? :pint:
You couldn't be more wrong. First, he spikes Tigris of Gaul's foot.. then he stands up, no shield, removes the axe spike from the foot.. holds the axe to Tigris's neck after knocking his visor up... does the whole thumbs up/down thing, goes against the crowd, and drops the axe to his side. Tigris has his bloody face exposed and is spitting blood already. Russell Crowe was not in some action pose either... he is just standing straight up with a "mic drop" of the axe. Again, sans shield. For how great of a movie it was.. making a print equal may be near impossible.

And nice try at a joke. Clearly you are no comedian. Stick to your day job.
aw you mad bay bay fish

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:57 pm
by GrotesqueAnimal
You wouldn't want a poster anyway that manages to get two major grammatical flaws in such a short quote.
Maybe I'm super nitpicky, since nobody understands Latin these days, but the correct quote would be: "Quae in vita facimus resonant in aeternitatem" (or "in aeternitate").

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 4:58 pm
by hax0n
GrotesqueAnimal wrote:You wouldn't want a poster anyway that manages to get two major grammatical flaws in such a short quote.
Maybe I'm super nitpicky, since nobody understands Latin these days, but the correct quote would be: "Quae in vita facimus resonant in aeternitatem" (or "in aeternitate").
#blameitonthespellcheck

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 5:32 pm
by Sawyer
tough crowd.......subjectivity of art on full display in this thread........i find this print amazing and it's gonna be spectacular in person.

Re: Gladiator 15 Ansin

Posted: Thu Feb 05, 2015 7:14 pm
by Mahadev
I really dig it...I can't wait to put this up in my World History classroom. Great movie and and my favorite Ansin since the Taxi Driver screening print... :clap:

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