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Sorry Rich, but for as many years as it took to actually get that movie made (anyone else remember AVP for the Jaguar 64??), the writing and acting sure left much to desired...
Of course as far as I'm concerned that movie can be filed away as a guilty pleasure....but hey its always a treat to find ANY Alien or ANY Predator movie playing on TV or HBO on a boring Saturday afternoon....and AVP is no exception...
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I thought I would just bump this, cuz out of nowhere I thought of this thread this morning and got a good laugh again. Did anyone ever play the Arcade version of AvP, good stuff.
Originally Posted by Daddymac117
PS2 wouldn't be able to support the magnitude of asskickings that would be offered in a Walker: Texas Ranger game. We're gonna have to wait for a few more gaming generations to pass before you can have a game with Walker's roundhouse kick that doesn't automatically crash the entire system.
What up people. Yeah I was wondering when somebody was going to catch that crazy pic I put in there. Now remember when I was doing the Head Gasket job I pulled the water pump off and the first thing I thought of was that damn shoulder canon from the Predator flics. I was also going through a lot of six packs so ya know.... But anyway I'm laughin' my a$$ off here reading what you all wrote. Looking back on that sh*t, that was crazy to hide that pic in there. I used photoshop and faded that down real low. Anyway I'm out.
I just read it and I was LOL cause that shit is funny! Thanks for puttin' me on to it. Just some more stuff to talk about with the legends. Somebody said the water pump looked like the alien head and I never saw that either. It's crazy.
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