3/12/2005 1:16am, #51Originally Posted by Omar
Yeeeees, we know, but none of those films were as mainstream as The Karate Kid and Enter The Dragon. You have to consider that the average American who saw these films did not know about these genre cliches.Best Vietnam War music video I've ever seen put together by a vet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDY8raKsdfg
3/12/2005 2:11am, #52
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I like the article Ronin. The only problem I can see is the misuse of the term passive-aggressive. Daniel was not a passive-aggressive character, he exibited one or two traits at most and one of them ( a sense of victimisation ) was due to actually being victimised. The PA will exibit a sense of vitimisation, but it will not be due to being victimised per-se but to a belief that things ar not his/her fault. And besides exibiting this single trait is not enough to be classified as PAPD.
11/20/2011 3:39pm, #53
let this be an article?"Preparing mentally, the most important thing is, if you aren't doing it for the love of it, then don't do it." - Benny Urquidez
12/05/2011 8:39pm, #54
12/10/2011 1:56am, #55
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I brushed this thread off at first, but that was an excellent article. I agree with the two posts above me: put this in some other format? It was sweet. And now I want to rewatch those movies with this new perspective.