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Well scurvy that still remains my opinion. Yeah but not for nothing, with so many gang members around, don't you think some members would spot it out as quickly as they did, ounce they saw the warriors go through it. Yes your right scurvy, about the movie focusing on them, but regardless the warri...
- Wed Oct 10, 2007 7:17 pm
- Forum: Proving Grounds
- Topic: 'Things that remind you of The Warriors Movie?'
- Replies: 71
- Views: 17910
I would say, old mythology adventure. Take the "300", for example, or oold samurai stories. You know old stuff that gave the influence of this great film.
Now don't all start jumping down my neck, but I have this discussion I was thinking of. Now traditionally on the "HEROES JOURNEY", the hero or heroes always manages to have his or her own "flaws", or mistake that they learn from. You know naturealy life is full of mistakes we all learn from, and g...
I decided to make a thread based on my observation on regards to the post of "The Woodwall". I explained that the reason the warriors were the only ones to run through the whole in the wall. Now obviously other gangs escaped, but being that we did not see other gangs take the route out like the wa...
Very good point. I always thought that it was just plan luck that they stumbled apon it. You know I also had this theory about the warriors not being part of societys so called "system". I truly believe that they did not think, or act like other gangs. They were all individually unique, and carr...
- Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:39 pm
- Forum: The TV Store [TV Chat]
- Topic: The best cartoon you've seen?
- Replies: 41
- Views: 16142
I always enjoyed Gargoyles. It had a dark feeling to it, and I always sympathized with the characters trying to adapt to a world that changed, and how they were the only ones left of their kinds. Very good cartoon.
- Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:35 pm
- Forum: Fan Art
- Topic: Aother Luther fanart + a random one
- Replies: 8
- Views: 3531
Wow awesome details, great job. I see that you really put effort into those. For a second I thought the willy wonka one was Luther in a hat lol. Thanks
- Tue Oct 09, 2007 6:32 pm
- Forum: Video Games
- Topic: the riffs-not very 'martial arty'
- Replies: 7
- Views: 6901
Yeah you all have a point. Sometimes game makers must study a great deal of martial arts,(not physically), and put it into the game. So its not so much the Riffs, but the game makers themselves.
I am really feeling your answers everyone. I most definatley agree with it being a plan. Its not that Luther was such a smart and strategic man, but rather a psychotic who plans something, and could care less, abot the consequences. Thats everyone.
- Mon Oct 08, 2007 10:06 pm
- Forum: The Warriors (1979)
- Topic: Historical Evolution
- Replies: 6
- Views: 1533
I was just thinking of a theory on historical repetition. Is it true that "history inevitably repeats itself'? We all see that it is obvious that Walter Hills Waarriors is a modern version of the battle of cunuxa. I just mereley want peoples interpretations on the symbolsim of history. Metaphori...
- Mon Oct 08, 2007 9:58 pm
- Forum: Proving Grounds
- Topic: Introductions, messrs.
- Replies: 5
- Views: 1684
Its good to see that you have a love and understanding for the historical background behind thw warriors. After all. inevitably history manages to repeat itself in a new evolutionary form. Enjoy your stay.