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Immortals: The most painful scene...
« on: 2012-03-26, 06:18:55 »
.... I have seen in a while is in this film. It is when Lysander is castrated by a hammer.

Good fight scenes.

Contrived script.

Castration with a great hammer.

Odd film. Glad I waited to DVD.
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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #1 on: 2012-03-26, 06:48:22 »
And that pain even includes when that bastard gets his 'Golden Crown' in Game of Thrones.

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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #2 on: 2012-03-27, 15:15:29 »
Yea...the hammer bit made me squirm like my pants were on fire.  Very uncomfortable.  Viserys deserved that golden crown...he broke ancient tradition and then scoffed at doing so.  Bad way to go, though.
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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #3 on: 2012-03-27, 19:45:45 »
Viserys deserved that golden crown...he broke ancient tradition and then scoffed at doing so.  Bad way to go, though.

And threatened the Kalisi (sp?), and thought that you couldn't hurt someone without spilling blood. Guilty of Criminal stupidity and terminal schmuckness. But yeah, bad way to go. Stab me, behead me, but don't boil my brain with gold.
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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #4 on: 2012-03-28, 16:31:36 »
The Khaleesi was his own sister, but he was in Vaes Dothrak, the holy city of the Dothraki.  No weapons were permitted to be carried within the city limits- he broke that rule first.  As we said, bad way to go.  Great scene tho, no?

I also liked Drogo as Conan...thought he captured the spirit of the role perfectly; something Arnold did not quite do.
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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #5 on: 2012-04-02, 18:12:02 »
How did the gold get to 1064 degrees Celsius in a pot, and that quickly?

There'd be no water or soup in that pot for that matter.

Still awesome though!

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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #6 on: 2012-04-02, 18:53:47 »
How did the gold get to 1064 degrees Celsius in a pot, and that quickly?

Simple. This guy glared at it and it melted so as not to offend him.  ;D

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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #7 on: 2012-04-02, 21:20:04 »
How did the gold get to 1064 degrees Celsius in a pot, and that quickly?

There'd be no water or soup in that pot for that matter.

Still awesome though!

hahah ya thats one hot fire!

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Re: Immortals: The most painful scene...
« Reply #8 on: 2012-04-03, 15:48:09 »
How did the gold get to 1064 degrees Celsius in a pot, and that quickly?

There'd be no water or soup in that pot for that matter.

Still awesome though!


Could be that the fires in Vaes Dothrak burn hotter than they do in our world.  lol
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