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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Jovahexeon Jax Joranvexeon in Ghostbusters "Who ya gonna call? The Meh busters!"   
    I'll hold judgment until I see clips, because I'd still like to be optimistic and not condemn the idea right off the bat.
     
    That said, those uniforms suck hard.
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from The Tenth Doctor in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla reacted to Kaze no Klonoa in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    If we're talking about video games, we gotta talk about one of the stupidest, most longest, and best fighting scene in gaming history ever. Well, not exactly the best, but it's still insanely stupid. And fun.
    (MGR spoilers I guess)
    yes, we are talking about this.
     
     
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Pawn in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Sonictrainer in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from DarkLight in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from The Deleter in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Thigolf in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Radiant Hero Ike in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Potada in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from GamerGirl54321 in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from FriendBot in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Rey Skywalker-Ren in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    There are three things I look for in a good fight scene:
    1.  Characters we care about.  You can have all the special effects and kickass choreography in the world, but if I don't care about WHO is punching each other or WHY they're punching each other, then I don't care HOW they're punching each other. 
    2.  Visuals.  If you've got #1 down, now it's time to make the fight look cool, or at least fitting of the story.  If it's a fun action movie, make it fast-paced and exciting.  Show what the characters are feeling through their movement and facial expressions.  Have a good backdrop with an appropriate color scheme to fit the level of intensity.
    3. Music.  I almost started this section with "not as important as the other two" but to me, music is very important.  Great music can propel a fight scene to new heights, and bad music can ruin one.  And sometimes no music at all is just what a fight needs.  It all depends on what the story has been leading up to, and what tone they want to set.
    And the fight that I think embodies these three attributes best is (AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER SPOILERS)

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    Gregzilla reacted to Wraith in What are Your Favorite Fight Scenes?   
    Note: It can be from anything. Games. Movies. Anime. Cartoons. Whatever. As long as guys and gals beating the crap outta eachother.
    Everything is filled with fight scenes nowadays, but at the same time it's rare that one sticks out in your head as memorable, or even the highlight of an entire work. Even in action movies a lot of the action can wind up being considered forgettable. Makes me appreciate the ones that stick out much more.
     
     
    I have a lot of favorites. Here's one of them: 
     
     
    Daredevil is really different from most of Marvel's output. Instead of the fast paced, breezy feel of their movies, Daredevil is a slow burn. A very raw and real show in contrast. I like how Daredevil just barely manages to take out the five thugs, stopping and resting every chance he gets. It's really creatively shot too. I also love how the thugs don't go down in one hit and keep standing back up. Daredevil's powers give him an advantage, but barely.
    This is only one of my favorites though. There was a lot to like just looking at the past few years alone. What are some of your favorites?
     
     
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Writer's Blah in What scares you?   
    Teletubbies is genuinely scary.
    Four abominations in this empty-ass green field with nothing in it and nobody else around except the occasional eldritch horror.  It literally feels like what purgatory would be.  An endless cycle of nonsense and no one to help you.
    tubby custard
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Shasonsil in What scares you?   
    Teletubbies is genuinely scary.
    Four abominations in this empty-ass green field with nothing in it and nobody else around except the occasional eldritch horror.  It literally feels like what purgatory would be.  An endless cycle of nonsense and no one to help you.
    tubby custard
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Indigo Rush in What scares you?   
    Teletubbies is genuinely scary.
    Four abominations in this empty-ass green field with nothing in it and nobody else around except the occasional eldritch horror.  It literally feels like what purgatory would be.  An endless cycle of nonsense and no one to help you.
    tubby custard
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Kaze no Klonoa in What you like to receive in this Christmas?   
    Got a few games in mind (Uncharted Collection, Until Dawn, Dragon Quest Heroes) but not a whole lot else.  I don't do a lot of reading but I'm interested in getting into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, as are many of us who are obsessed with Bloodborne.  So I'm hoping for a Lovecraft anthology of some sort, I know I've seen a nice looking one at Barnes and Noble at some point.
    Aside from that, I just want love and peace and goodwill towards yadayadayada 
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Haalyle in What you like to receive in this Christmas?   
    Got a few games in mind (Uncharted Collection, Until Dawn, Dragon Quest Heroes) but not a whole lot else.  I don't do a lot of reading but I'm interested in getting into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, as are many of us who are obsessed with Bloodborne.  So I'm hoping for a Lovecraft anthology of some sort, I know I've seen a nice looking one at Barnes and Noble at some point.
    Aside from that, I just want love and peace and goodwill towards yadayadayada 
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Forte-Metallix in What you like to receive in this Christmas?   
    Got a few games in mind (Uncharted Collection, Until Dawn, Dragon Quest Heroes) but not a whole lot else.  I don't do a lot of reading but I'm interested in getting into the works of H.P. Lovecraft, as are many of us who are obsessed with Bloodborne.  So I'm hoping for a Lovecraft anthology of some sort, I know I've seen a nice looking one at Barnes and Noble at some point.
    Aside from that, I just want love and peace and goodwill towards yadayadayada 
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Athena Cykes in SSMB group picture~planning thread (Requests are closed)   
    Cool!  You can draw me, Gregzilla, as my Gregzilla character, Gregzilla.  Here is Gregzilla:

    (Pictured: Gregzilla)
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Polkadi~☆ in SSMB group picture~planning thread (Requests are closed)   
    Cool!  You can draw me, Gregzilla, as my Gregzilla character, Gregzilla.  Here is Gregzilla:

    (Pictured: Gregzilla)
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Monkey Destruction Switch in SSMB group picture~planning thread (Requests are closed)   
    Cool!  You can draw me, Gregzilla, as my Gregzilla character, Gregzilla.  Here is Gregzilla:

    (Pictured: Gregzilla)
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Kaze no Klonoa in SSMB group picture~planning thread (Requests are closed)   
    Cool!  You can draw me, Gregzilla, as my Gregzilla character, Gregzilla.  Here is Gregzilla:

    (Pictured: Gregzilla)
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    Gregzilla got a reaction from Indigo Rush in SSMB group picture~planning thread (Requests are closed)   
    Cool!  You can draw me, Gregzilla, as my Gregzilla character, Gregzilla.  Here is Gregzilla:

    (Pictured: Gregzilla)
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