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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by hateater, Jun 13, 2004.
My vote goes for The Labryinth.
i voted labrinenth caus i like mazes better than trees. i've never seen either movie.
I vote The Labryinth.
Labryinth gave me freaky arse nightmares when I was a kid. I have no idea why....
Maybe you have always had some fear deep inside you that you would get lost some where, far from home, and never be able to find your way back, or maybe you are afraid that no matter how hard to try you wll never find your way out of the place you are in, be it your home town or Wal-Mart. If it was infact the laberinth that gave you the nightmares.
But when all is said and done I don't know you and what you fear, and am probably wrong.
labryinth, becuase it has a cooler name, never saw either of the movies though...
Does it count if people vote but have never seen either? I don't think it should.
wHAteVa its just a poll that will be forgoten about in a month or so...(no offense to the creator, but this is OT.)
It could be that when I was 4 the concept of getting turned into a goblin was realistically imaginable and frightening.
I AM scared of getting forever lost in Walmart though... shudder.
1) I understand that.
2) aren't we all? I know I do.
All you guys are REALLY voting for David Bowie's Bulge and you know it!
If you have never seen either than you should not be voting. I know that this thread will get lost, but while on vacation, I had a rather lengthy argument about which movie was better. I chose The Labryinth because I am a big Bowie fan, and the whole story works well. Willow is a great movie, but I just don't dig it as much. As far as soundtracks go, I am 100% positive that The Labyrinth soundtracks kills Willow. Killer bass playing + sax + sound fx + sex vox = The Labyrinth.
It's all about Willow and you guys know it. It's the ultimate story of the little guy (no pun intended) overcoming insurmountable odds. Plus, the Brownies kicked ass.
THe Hobbit is the ultimate story of the little guy overcoming insurmountable odds.
Yeah, that's true. Hey, I heard they were going to make a movie trilogy out of some of Tolkien's books....does anyone know anything about that?
I am so sick of the typical fantasy plot. I like Stephen King's approach to the whole fantasy series with "The Dark Tower". He stated that his time (and ours) has had it's share of wizards and such. I can't remember the rest.
Dude Tolkien's work basically invented the genre, just about eveything now a days is based of some of his ideas.
Ummm...you know I was kidding about the Tolkien Trilogy thing right?