that deleted scene from the end of T2 where he was malfunctioning and fell on some sushi
my brain would have spent hours to days writing a map generating program and never ever thought of this
analog seems more fun in this instance
thank god for editing amirite
My thoughts may not always be smart. But, they are always extremely fast and loud.
if we're the same kind of geek then you'll prob love @firstname.lastname@example.org's videos as much as I do
Here is a good one, because it's so *bad*:
reminder, if you loved #TheFountain as much as we (and @UPthepod@twitter.com) did
@email@example.com remastered Aronofsky's wonderful commentary track with the audio from the film so you can enjoy it as though it had a real, proper release 🤗
Whilst on the subject of 'Edge of Tomorrow' always loved the design of these guys but they were barely seen in the movie - Rita's 'Dog soldiers' with our Rail Guns on their backs and the Exo-MP which just looked cool as shit. Photo taken outside the actual Whitehall in London.
'💡' design moment - the script for 'All You Need is Kill' (much preffered the original name) originally called for Rita Vrataski to have an axe. I suggested that maybe she picked up the tail rotor off a downed heli on the battlefield to use as a sword & built this beast.
having done Escape from New York, what are the new ideas in LA? it's been long enough that I forget but I'm open to this 🤔
@DecipherSciFi@twitter.com just catching up on this one. if Escape from LA is an option, I'd definitely love to hear you guys discuss it.
there's a good environmental science discussion in there. also! the hard-to-find Bruce Campbell cameo.
we're publishing the lost Decipher SciFi episode! The #Terminator! w/ co-bff Joe Ruppel ❤️
time-travel weapons smuggling, SkyNet, data persistence, and maybe inevitable robot doom. we'll see!
omg this review has me so pumped
Speed Racer is trending and it’s the fucking best movie I have watched for @firstname.lastname@example.org. If you haven’t seen it: Imagine watching a sugar-addled eight-year-old deliver a profound, two-hour lecture about the power of art but all his PowerPoint slides are Hot Wheels cars
big professional buy-in on one of my favorite pieces of #floss software. great news!
having fun with how and why http://decipherscifi.com [tweets by Christopher the beardless]
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