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  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    Sigh I tried ot watch the 3D last night, but being a family man made it difficult, only got to the exploding head part. TBH they did a much better job of 3D than Avengers.

    So far though I'm watching the typical scary movie tropes and just like 'really'...how the hell did the white chick 'fall' or get 'blown away' ALREADY. All over an exploding head. don't spoil anything but so far...
    Weyland's projector used special effects make-up to make him n old head...so he's going to re-appear later in a younger form...thats prolly why he funded the exploration...and with Facebender talking to someone, I'm thinking Weyland is with them.
    I'm irritated that they setup stuff so quickly too...
    You'll only last a couple minutes without a suit...check...
    We got weapons...check...
    We have a thing that can fix/heal anyone...check...
    We have a 'lifeboat' if you will...check...

    And the main chick makes me think of the chick on Mythbuster's but wihtout the charisma or the cute face. *shrug*...
    And the boyfriend is going to die...he's done too many stereotypical 'white people' shit...let me take my mask off cause I'm excited! *facepalm*.

    And thats why the black guy is staying on the ship...
    - :bluu:
  • RodimusRodimus You can win if you Dare! Joined: Posts: 3,371 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    And thats why the black guy is staying on the ship...
    - :bluu:

    LMFAO first thing I said was peeps couldnt pay me to get off that ship. I'll watch shit from hd camera feeds all day.
  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    LMFAO first thing I said was peeps couldnt pay me to get off that ship. I'll watch shit from hd camera feeds all day.
    "Storm's comin niccas! Get on the boat or you're stuck. Oh yeah we have cyborg on board, more than likely two of them...but we aren't sending a rescue squad. I'm keeping my ass nice and comfy in my Captain's chair and lettin you crazy white folks play with organisms and shit form another planet. I'm just gonna smoke my shit and work on my Xmas tree."

    Only thing I'd do different? "Ya'll can setup a camp OUTSIDE the ship where ya'll cna play scientist...we aint transportin that kind of shit on my ship."
    - :bluu:
  • LouiscipherLouiscipher Joined: Posts: 8,177
    Slight modification to Fox fanfare (props to anyone who guesses what it is)

    Haha. The audio after the fox logo is the same as in Alien 3.
    STOMP!
  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    Browsing around stuff on the BR and deleted scenes.....

    The description for the "Arrival of the Engineers" states that the Engineer is performing a sacred ritual on prehistoric Earth that will eventually generate intelligent life.

    Strange Bedfellows was re shot because they felt Holloway's attitude was too aggressive and unsympathetic, but hearing Holloway vent about finding nothing but another tomb and being disappointed that Earth is just petri dish better explains his petulant attitude and frustration. Janek fills Vickers should have been left in too, because the dialogue spoken in these scenes indicates the crew are less ambiguous about their theories of what LV-223 is, especially when Janek lays out his theory to Shaw nearing the climax.

    A King has his Reign....when Vickers is warning Weyland that he will die if he goes down to the surface, she alludes to the "Screaming thing locked in the med bay"....so it seems they're aware of Shaw's baby, but either don't know what to do with it or how to dispose of it.....or more interestingly, figure they have it trapped and they'll deliver to the bio weapons division on the return home.....at least there was some acknowledgement of it.

    Fifield's alternate attack......anybody notice how similar Fifield looks to a xenomorph in this version? His head is about 3/4 of the way into turning into the xenomorph carapace, his arms and legs are skinny and have the style of articulation you saw in the later Alien CG stuff......and when they first open the hatch, instead of Fifield looking something out of The Thing, he looked a hell of alot like the coiled up xenomorph...to me anyway.

    The Engineer speaks should have been left untouched
    The Final Battle could have done without the proactive axe-fighting, but the Engineer marveling at the human technology while Shaw was hiding was too good to be cut down to "Airlock breach" then the Engineer ripping open the door. The tension in this scene mirrors the escape shuttle finale in Alien for me.

    In the Peter Weyland files text bits.....Weyland says that his research teams had discovered the signal from the derelict on LV-426 and where planning to go there when Holloway/Shaw deliver their thesis, with then brings LV-223 into the mix because both are in the Zeta Reticuli 2 star system. Weyland intends to let Holloway/Shaw take the public credit for whatever they discover while Weyland and his teams pilfer whatever technology they find there. He states that no one aboard the Prometheus is aware of the LV-426 signal.....except for David.
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    The Engineer speaks should have been left untouched
    The Final Battle could have done without the proactive axe-fighting, but the Engineer marveling at the human technology while Shaw was hiding was too good to be cut down to "Airlock breach" then the Engineer ripping open the door. The tension in this scene mirrors the escape shuttle finale in Alien for me.

    In the Peter Weyland files text bits.....Weyland says that his research teams had discovered the signal from the derelict on LV-426 and where planning to go there when Holloway/Shaw deliver their thesis, with then brings LV-223 into the mix because both are in the Zeta Reticuli 2 star system. Weyland intends to let Holloway/Shaw take the public credit for whatever they discover while Weyland and his teams pilfer whatever technology they find there. He states that no one aboard the Prometheus is aware of the LV-426 signal.....except for David.


    Not sure if I shared this, but I asked the guy that did the fanedit to edit out parts so that Shaw didn't look like she had a chance, here is the result

    (just click the option to continue as a free user to view the stream)
    http://www.sockshare.com/file/2D008D5088779819

    :eek: Another good find, I'm still waiting for my copy to arrive :sad:
  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    Finally watched it. So frustrated with how good it could have been. There was absolutely no suspense, no thrill or anything...I never really wanted to turn my head away. The concept and idea of the movie was awesome, but trimming, the pace, and lack of terror really took this out the realms of Aliens and into the realms of 'sci-fi drama'.

    The thing I got from watching the BR extras...to shorten the movie they knowingly cut out character building. They did so much of it that I had absolutely no empathy for anyone but Idris...cause he was a black dude *shrug*.

    And why the fuck can't bitches learn to run left or right? Oh this large straighht object is falling on us...plenty of room to run left or right.

    BOTH white chicks trip *how many times is this trope going to show its head* one rolls about two feet left and dodges the WHOLE thing. The other bitch gets rolled over. Why the hell during all that running did neither...one who graduated from Oxford top of her class at the age of 17...not run left or right? Dumb Bitch Syndrome should be an officall movie trope.

    Prometheus II has potential though....
    - :bluu:
  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    Yeah, there's all kinds of interesting stuff outside of the movie in the set. Did Ridley's commentary last night and gonna do Spaihts/Lindelof commentary then watch the 3 1/2 hour documentary. It's like Christmas for me:rofl: Plus the movie looks absolutely amazing on BR. I'm gonna be studying this shit for days lol.
  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    And why the fuck can't bitches learn to run left or right? Oh this large straighht object is falling on us...plenty of room to run left or right.

    They do make a left turn at one point, but I think the problem is that the scope of the ship seems to change when Shaw does the sideroll and it suddenly feels smaller than it did just seconds before.
    How'd you feel about the other "bonehead" plays that people had problems with? I was kind of dreading seeing the Helmet removal but they explain that air is cleaner than earth's air and David confirms it's safe....didn't feel quite as contrived as I remember.
    Milburn's snake bit could have used the help of finding the alien worm and the skin to show his excitement, but they really should have had him and Fifield sharing the suit bong hits and played up the "do drugs in scary movie you die" angle for laughs.
    Otherwise I felt the movie did flow better on the second viewing, just because I wasn't trying to process as much info as the first time.
  • LouiscipherLouiscipher Joined: Posts: 8,177

    Fifield's alternate attack......anybody notice how similar Fifield looks to a xenomorph in this version? His head is about 3/4 of the way into turning into the xenomorph carapace, his arms and legs are skinny and have the style of articulation you saw in the later Alien CG stuff......and when they first open the hatch, instead of Fifield looking something out of The Thing, he looked a hell of alot like the coiled up xenomorph...to me anyway.

    Agreed. Whoever decided to re-shoot it is a complete ass-clown. Thank god for fan edits.
    fifield_concept.jpg

    I don't like it. It looks WAY too much like the Newborn from Resurrection.
    STOMP!
  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    Agreed. Whoever decided to re-shoot it is a complete ass-clown. Thank god for fan edits.



    I don't like it. It looks WAY too much like the Newborn from Resurrection.
    MOMMY!
    *died* That was the official low point to me...
    - :bluu:
    They do make a left turn at one point, but I think the problem is that the scope of the ship seems to change when Shaw does the sideroll and it suddenly feels smaller than it did just seconds before.
    How'd you feel about the other "bonehead" plays that people had problems with? I was kind of dreading seeing the Helmet removal but they explain that air is cleaner than earth's air and David confirms it's safe....didn't feel quite as contrived as I remember.
    Milburn's snake bit could have used the help of finding the alien worm and the skin to show his excitement, but they really should have had him and Fifield sharing the suit bong hits and played up the "do drugs in scary movie you die" angle for laughs.
    Otherwise I felt the movie did flow better on the second viewing, just because I wasn't trying to process as much info as the first time.
    If Dumb Bitch one can roll 2 feet left and get away from it...I'm pretty sure DB2 could have done something similar. My natural reaction would be to run perpendicular...period. I call it like I saw...dumb bitches.

    The helmet thing was just 'dumb white people in a horror movie' trope to me. Excited guy dos something that to a typical black guy seems STUPID. Then I realized as the typical black guy I would have stayed on the ship...which is EXACTLY how it played out...so I had absolutely NO heartburn over that part haha. That was more realistic than most. True story the minorities were almost the last to die next to DB2. No I odn't remember Aeon flux's name...she's simply refered to as DB2 for me...

    The dudes who got seperated were in a weird place...you don't leave a group, but they did sort of group up, so it wasn't complete dumbness. However I would have high tailed it to the entrance of the cave and just chilled there until the storm finished. Fuck exploring the cave when no one can come save you...ESPECIALLY after seeing a decapitated 9 foot alien and later finding MORE. Then the dumbass has the NERVE to play with some shit. Now it makes more sense why he played with it after watching the extras...that wasn't the first one they found. But I'm on the line about them...from a bone headed stand point...they made mistakes, but not 'boneheaded' I guess.

    I still don't understand why David 'poisoned' 'the boyfriend'. At first it seemed like an experiment...but he didn't seem to ...ugh try and experiment with it. It was a very 'weird' part that feels like stuff was left out.

    The one thing I REALLY liked plot wise though (not how it was 'explained' by the black guy (see the character depth was so deep I only remember Shaw's name...and thats because of the extras and her stomach...I like DBs with muscular stomachs)) was that the 'Aliens' were being used as a biological weapon...EXACTLY like Weyland plans to 'later'. I still don't understand "Paradise" from the extras - and wish they didn't leave 'why' The Engineers were anti-human off the table.
    - :bluu:
  • crotchpunchacrotchpuncha Joined: Posts: 21,610
    I think even typical white people would think taking his helmet off was a really stupid idea.

    Edit: After reading the interview with the first script writer it seems like Fox asked him to write an Alien movie so he did, then they changed their minds and said "Wait we want it to be something new" so they shoe horned in new monsters that are basically Alien monsters because that was the initial premise to begin with. Now that it was no longer really an Alien movie Fox turned around and tried to sell it as an Alien movie.

    WTF Fox?
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  • KYO84KYO84 Riddle Solver Joined: Posts: 1,235 ✭✭✭✭✭ OG
    Fox cancelled Arrested Development remember? Fuck them.
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  • The Furious OneThe Furious One Fluent in 3 languages Engrish, Sarcasm & Profanity Joined: Posts: 20,780
    I never thought I'd defend Fox, but it's all Ridley. Fox seemed to be happy, it wasn't till Ridley and Lidelof got the script did things go to pot as David says.

    David poisons Charlie Holloway because Weyland told him to do whatever it took to get results. David can't murder a human so he cleverly asks Holloway what he would be willing to do to get answers, to which Holloway answers "anything and everything", this basically gives David permission to poison him. Unfortunately he death is in vein because the goo won't help Weyland live longer.

    I hate Vickers' death, but in her defence there was a lot of debris falling
  • Fadedsun303Fadedsun303 Joined: Posts: 1,055
    This movie was dumb. I still lol at the way Charlize Theron dies. Bitch take 1 step to yo right or left.

    http://www.bigsiteofamazingfacts.com/why-do-sheep-always-run-in-a-straight-line-in-front-of-a-car-and-not-to-the-side-and-why-are-sheep-so-dumb

    End part of the article.

    "Clearly, this is a much more successful approach to road safety than that shown by humans. Humans rarely try to outpace the oncoming car. They tend to dive to the side of the road. Since more people are run over than sheep, one can conclude we have much to learn from sheep logic.
    Sheep, being clever animals with an instinctive grasp of psychology, know that most drivers, though enjoying an occasional kill as long as they can use the “it jumped in front of me, there was nothing I could do” excuse, are not so depraved as to deliberately run something down.
    Thus running in a straight line has a distinct advantage over veering to the side."
  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    Call me a sheep, I'll still call them both DB1 & DB2...
    - :bluu:
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    i laughed

    Good god. The casting call at the end including "Super Vagina". :tup:
  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    Listened to Spaihts and Lindelof's commentary.....in the making of doc, they ask Spaihts why he thought Lindelof was brought on board, and Spaihts says "Because I had no credited work that had been made, and the studio want to bring in someone that had that"
    I at least give Lindelof credit for saying "This was all Jon's stuff, and it was great" when the credit was due. Aside from structural shifts, and the aliens changing from typical alien stuff, his major contribution to the plot was Weyland being on board the ship.
    Wish they would have their commentaries separate, Spaihts definitely questions some of the choices Lindelof made in terms of just keeping the action going, and he alludes that some of the structural shifts made elements of the film harder to sell.
    Some of Lindelof's stuff is amusing......I'm not sure he really gives the audience credit for being smart enough sometimes....he mentions that Shaw's baby was intended to be forgotten so it would be a surprise at the end of the film, when I felt that most people viewed it as a sub plot that is dropped without any closure.

    Anyways, even with it's lumps, it's still an amazing movie to me. The sheer scope of it is so much fun to wrap your head around. The level of detail Ridley in the production design is pretty incredible to me, there's so much visually interesting stuff going on. I was really surprised at how much stuff they did practically after watching the documentary, hardly any green screen for the physical sets, and all the alien stuff was done on set aside from the Trilobite that attacks the Engineer.

    My brother watched it with his girlfriend, she couldn't handle the medpod scene, went into the kitchen and was trying hard not to watch it but couldn't look away. When the baby bursts out of it's sac and spills fluid all over Shaw, she was just mumbling 'Oh my God' for a few minutes.. She really had problems with it. :tup::rofl:
  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    I only have one REAL issue with it...beyond DB1 & 2...and other various obvious tropes.

    The Alien series - especially early on was Sci-fi terror, like you could hear your heartbeat. There was no terror in this. I never flinched or wanted to turn my head. I'm happy wit hthe idea of the story and look forward to it continuing...but I REALLY want them to try and make it scary. Or spooky or paranoying. The engineers weren't terrifying...they weren't scary. They were just intimidating. It was closer to Predator without the action.

    Plot wise - the random 'creatures' just didn't make any sense, but *shrug*
    - :bluu:
  • LouiscipherLouiscipher Joined: Posts: 8,177
    I only have one REAL issue with it...beyond DB1 & 2...and other various obvious tropes.

    The Alien series - especially early on was Sci-fi terror, like you could hear your heartbeat. There was no terror in this. I never flinched or wanted to turn my head. I'm happy wit hthe idea of the story and look forward to it continuing...but I REALLY want them to try and make it scary. Or spooky or paranoying. The engineers weren't terrifying...they weren't scary. They were just intimidating. It was closer to Predator without the action.

    Plot wise - the random 'creatures' just didn't make any sense, but *shrug*
    - :bluu:

    I would totally agree. It wasn't scary except maybe the Alien Cobra bit. Then again I'm desensitized as fuck so it did nothing for me. The first 3 Alien films definitely had that scare factor. This didn't have much suspense and I think that's because it didn't really go to different places. It just replaced certain elements now cliche in the Alien franchise with things that are similar to those cliches. Like the medilab scene with the squid, Alien Cobra, the turned dude going on a rampage, death by flamethrower, climactic chase scene at the end. You get the sense that it tried to invert these moments from the franchise and it just didn't work.

    It's a 'good' film but it should've been if not a masterpiece then something truly out there. The Jockey's should've been bio-mechanic not tall and buff albinos. There's no excuse for that. You could make the excuse that it's to tie in that the Jockey's are mankind's ancestors but visually it isn't interesting. How hard could it have been to get Giger involved or some other renowned bio-mechanic artist and do something really different?

    If you're doing the bio weapon origin for the Alien, go crazy with it. Make insane alien/human hybrids like Vincent Ward's ideas for Alien 3. There's so many things you can do and it doesn't have to be a ripoff of The Thing. Fifelds alternate attack grazes the lips of doing something different but ties in with the Alien. You know, just an idea, why not have the Jockey's perform experiments on humans and take the evolution of the Alien even further. Make the newborn from Resurrection look like a spec in the mind's eye and go full on Salvador Dali/Hieronymus Bosch insanity?

    Doesn't have to be gory as fuck, just something really different we haven't seen before. The Alien used to be something we've never seen before. Felt like Prometheus played it safe.
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    Why on earth would the Space Jokeys be biomechanical? Just cuz' the first one we see is fossilized in a seat? That'd make humping pretty difficult.
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    Why on earth would the Space Jokeys be biomechanical? Just cuz' the first one we see is fossilized in a seat? That'd make humping pretty difficult.

    The movie suggests humans will eventually evolve to become SJs, however realistically if you look how dependant we are on machines and electronics it would be logical to assume we will evolve into a hybrid of biological tissue and mechanical devices.
    prometheus-bts-engineer12.jpg
    However SJ are biomechanical to a degree


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  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    I would totally agree. It wasn't scary except maybe the Alien Cobra bit. Then again I'm desensitized as fuck so it did nothing for me. The first 3 Alien films definitely had that scare factor. This didn't have much suspense and I think that's because it didn't really go to different places. It just replaced certain elements now cliche in the Alien franchise with things that are similar to those cliches. Like the medilab scene with the squid, Alien Cobra, the turned dude going on a rampage, death by flamethrower, climactic chase scene at the end. You get the sense that it tried to invert these moments from the franchise and it just didn't work.

    It's a 'good' film but it should've been if not a masterpiece then something truly out there. The Jockey's should've been bio-mechanic not tall and buff albinos. There's no excuse for that. You could make the excuse that it's to tie in that the Jockey's are mankind's ancestors but visually it isn't interesting. How hard could it have been to get Giger involved or some other renowned bio-mechanic artist and do something really different?

    It definitely felt like it's going for more mystery element than sheer scares....I think they were just afraid of sinking right back into the problems Resurrection and the AVP flicks where it just degenerated into set pieces with little care for anything else, hence them dropping the traditional elements in favor of seeing the evolutionary stuff. That creates problems of it's own cuz it is a genre picture, but it has more lofty aspirations, even if they don't quite get all the way there cuz Lindelof doesn't like to explain stuff he sets up(he even calls himself extremely pretentious in the commentary).
    I'm desensitized to most scares in movies anymore as well, so I had more fun watching the little evolutions(when the Cobra unfurls and it's facehugger before it grew legs and went ground mobile). I still think the medpod scene is pretty tense, but the whole body horror stuff is one of the few horror elements that still really fucks with me. My brother hadn't seen Alien or Aliens, and he found Prometheus pretty intense, but was pretty bored with Alien's pace.

    As far as the Jockey's being the albinos.....I actually loved that reveal. That took some balls. The opening scene with the ritual sacrifice had me scratching my head, so when they remove the helmet on the ship and you see the Engineer's face....that was a holy shit moment for me. I just wish they given the Last Engineer more playtime in the movie, but I like the thematic elements it creates between the humans/engineers and David/Humans/Weyland/Vickers. The whole unwanted/discarded children/parental resentment themes layered in was interesting.

    As of August 1st, Prometheus 2 has been greenlit, and Ridley mentions that the "Deacon" xenomorph is likely to create it's own little shitstorm down the line, so they'll probably return to more traditional elements....they should just leave Lindelof out of the equation and let Spaihts handle that if he returns.
  • angryliberalangryliberal I beat cancer. Joined: Posts: 6,282
    My quick capsule review of Prometheus after finally seeing it: Pretty on mute. The screenplay was a disaster. Why is it that movies that are meant to put forth ideas then let those ideas ferment always decide to ditch all that cerebral stuff and simply rely of horrible exposition and horror movie tropes?
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  • SF-Zero2SF-Zero2 Pronounced AlphaZero Joined: Posts: 1,373
    My quick capsule review of Prometheus after finally seeing it: Pretty on mute. The screenplay was a disaster. Why is it that movies that are meant to put forth ideas then let those ideas ferment always decide to ditch all that cerebral stuff and simply rely of horrible exposition and horror movie tropes?

    Lindelof?
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    Lindelof in his commentary: "You're either listening cuz you're interested in what I have to say.....or you're listening because you hate me and you want to find out why I destroyed your childhood."

    Kinda sums up the experience....you either go with it or just find constant disappointment in it.:rofl:
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    Lindelof in his commentary: "You're either listening cuz you're interested in what I have to say.....or you're listening because you hate me and you want to find out why I destroyed your childhood."

    Kinda sums up the experience....you either go with it or just find constant disappointment in it.:rofl:

    :rofl: I have to admit after listening to the guy I do like him, he is obviously very smart, he really wants to make the viewer think not hand everything on a plate. Maybe he needs to easy up a little but we need writers like him.
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    Prometheus was over-hyped as fuck. Mos def not the best film ever, but I found it very enjoyable. I really don't know what people were expecting. The "making of" feature is great too, they even have a flow charts (lol). What we have in these films is awesome world building with some cool monsters and origin stories. Nothing more.

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    http://geektyrant.com/news/2012/6/11/ridley-scott-reveals-the-engineers-true-intentions-is-it-con.html
    The film clearly shows that Engineers created life on Earth and then guided humans throughout our development, one day hoping that we would come visit them. But we did something very bad. So bad, that it upset the Engineers. And according to the movie, whatever we did, happened two thousand years ago. The only thing that could be is that we killed Jesus, who apparently was an Engineer as well. Here is a quote from Scott: "If you look at it as an 'our children are misbehaving down there' scenario, there are moments where it looks like we've gone out of control, running around with armor and skirts, which ofcourse would be the Roman Empire. And they were given a long run. A thousand years before their disintegration actually started to happen. And you can say, 'Let's send down one more of our emissaries to see if he can stop it.' Guess what? They crucified him."


    yup, Jesus was an Engineer. And thats why they're so pissed off at us.
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    Thank god that was dropped. That sounds so incredibly stupid.
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    Thank god that was dropped. That sounds so incredibly stupid.
    I disagree


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  • UnreallysticUnreallystic Painyatta Joined: Posts: 13,171
    Yeah I honestly like the idea...it makes WAY more sense than anything else I've heard/read.
    - :bluu:
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    SMDH, I like alien/aliens/sci-fi etc because these things go outside religion don't after everything we've seen in the past try to sale me that Christ was a Engineer.

    IDK It just comes off like c'mon..oh really? Prometheus opens up tons of holes and questions anyway no need to throw that on top of it lol.