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About PaddyFancy

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  • Birthday 02/07/1989

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  1. I like how, me being me as a train enthusiast, I can recognise every fucking train seen in Detective Pikachu.

    1. SupahBerry


      ...But can you recognize every Pokemon that was in there???

    2. PaddyFancy



    3. Ryannumber1gamer


      You've trained for this day.

    4. PaddyFancy


      I didn't choo choo choose the chug life, the chug life choo choo chose me.

  2. One thing! One thing if I had to choose I want to see in Super Mario Maker 2 that I've seen no hint of, is to bundle your own levels into its own "game" divided into Worlds. I want to make a collection of Grass Land levels, followed by a collection of Desert Land levels etc.

    1. PaddyFancy


      Have a function in the game to make a fairly basic World map to travel on.

  3. #buynewboots would be my hashtag for the Normal Boots issue.

    1. SupahBerry


      Sure doesn't look Normal anymore.

  4. Kick names, take ass.

    1. SupahBerry


      Kick names, take bubblegum, chew ass.



      And I'm all out of ass.

    2. The Tenth Doctor

      The Tenth Doctor

      I'd like Mantis around, just to try and make me look badass.

    3. Strickerx5


      *Tony’s look of absolute disbelief at how fucked they are*


      Especially him


  5. Still have to scroll through half the Bayeux Tapestry in that Sonic movie topic.

  6. That's a possibility. I guess there's always a chance, but for now I'll let the chips fall where they may. It just isn't worth my time right now. Sonic may survive after this, but I feel my opinion in the grand scheme of things mean jack shit at my age.
  7. You're a little late to the party there. To be honest, I think I'm coming to the conclusion that Sonic isn't for me anymore. In my opinion I think its time I packed my bags and said goodbye to Sonic, because its just not for me anymore. I'm too old to just let things happen now. I've outgrown it. Its over for me. Its best if I just stopped caring about it all. To those of you who continue to love the blue blur and want to see the best from him. Good on you. I wish I could remain in that camp.
  8. In the year 2525, if Sonic is still alive, if the fandom can survive, they will find.... How modern!Sonic or even Boom!Sonic looked way better than movie!Sonic, even if they entered the fandom through this movie.
  9. If I were to suggest an alternative song from the trailer, I'd go into my love of Pet Shop Boys and put forward Young Offender If you by the title alone, it goes with the predicament that Sonic finds himself in, causing trouble no matter how unintentional and being chased by the law. This song was recorded and released in 1993 when Pet Shop Boys were at their peak. It comes off their only number 1 album Very and it fits in with early 90s pop like nothing else. Its also stated that the music of Sonic the Hedgehog and other video games of the time more or less attributed to how this particular song sounds. The only real problem it has is its an album track, so unless you're a casual Pet Shop Boys fan at least, its not really known to the masses unless someone told you.
  10. "You're the voice ,try and understand it

    Make a noise and make it clear

    We're not going to sit in silence

    We're not going to live with fear"

    Strangely appropriate in the context of the Sonic movie.

  11. There's your Gangsta's Paradise right there. I can see gang wars in GTA V going on with people wearing this masks.
  12. You’re right but, would the one dominating aspect of all the thumbnails be that same gaping mouth shot if that didn’t stand out from the trailer the way it did?
  13. This Sonic movie is starting to sound like the live-action Thunderbirds movie.

  14. This is beginning to sound like the live-action Thunderbirds movie. It was far removed from the original source material, and basically looked like a Spy Kids movie. Most of the Tracy family was stuck in space for most of the film while they had Alan Tracy (astronaut of Thunderbird 3 in the TV series) as a kid, fighting off the advances of the Hood and two bumbling Hoodlums alongside a kid Tin-Tin and a young son of Brains. Also it looked like a product placement film for Ford (something that even the director Jonathan Frakes admitted), since all the vehicles were Fords. That was because FAB1, Lady Penelope's car, was a Ford rather than a Rolls-Royce The thing in @CaptainRobo 's post about SEGA being shut out reminds me of how Gerry Anderson, the creator of Thunderbirds, was shut out of being a creative consultant because there were enough creative people on the payroll. When Anderson finally got to see it, he called it "the biggest load of crap I have ever seen in my entire life". Relatively speaking, apart from the language used, he prefered Team America: World Police more. I could relate to those who had been waiting for Sonic to make his first full length big screen appearance. Thunderbirds was and still is a big thing for me. In terms of televisual entertainment, Thunderbirds and lots of other Gerry Anderson works are the biggest thing for me these days. Thunderbirds already had two puppet movies back in the 60s which flopped (like Sonic has that OVA which was the closest thing to a Sonic movie at the time), but knowing of the existance of a Thunderbirds live-action movie was pretty exciting to me. That movie had a song written by Busted! called "Thunderbirds Are Go", and the band were at their prime at the time. I used to watch the music video to that on the free music channels all the time. It was so hype everytime I saw it. That single went to number one and was their last number one to date. So some could imagine what I felt like when I went to the cinema to finally see one of my favourite shows make its live-action big screen debut. Wow Aaaand at the time it was OK. My 15 year old self wasn't seriously impressed with it, and now I wouldn't break my heart if I never watched it again. Its gotten worse over time. Its just not a Thunderbirds movie. I'd seriously consider the puppet movies "Thunderbirds Are Go" and "Thunderbird 6" are better movies for the franchise because it has International Rescue doing what they do best, attempting epic rescues.
  15. Its an extraordinarily big gamble. If you're seriously considering doing this, you better plan some sort of alternative activities to counter the possibility that your main motivation for travelling halfway across the world might actually not be anywhere near as good as you claim it will be. If your depression for not being able to wait two months before a movie comes out in your region is that bad, you better make sure this expensive trip is worth it. And trust me, if you realise in your heart of hearts that its indeed bad, don't try and lie to yourself that its good. Go and do something in addition to watching the movie you might enjoy so to not make this a potentially wasted trip. Otherwise, this just isn't worth the stress. Its a movie.
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