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  under-appreciated war movies
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  danish resistance fighters
>> No. 33671 ID: 842824
  already seen this one?

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  C O N D U C T O R WE H A V E A P R O B L E M


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  But you're like fuck it. It's catchy
>> No. 33660 ID: 095a2b
Yo, that guy doesn't give a fuck
>> No. 33661 ID: 095a2b
  more YG

No. 33631 ID: 3052f4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  doubt they make training shit like this now
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>> No. 33633 ID: cfe73e
  Those Private Snafu instructional films were a hoot.
Private SNAFU: Booby Traps 1944 US Army Training Film Cartoon, Mel Blanc, Bob Clampett
"Private Snafu learns about the hazards of enemy booby traps the hard way. This is one of 26 Private SNAFU ('Situation Normal, All Fouled Up) cartoons made by the US Army Signal Corps to educate and boost the morale the troops. Originally created by Theodore Geisel (Dr. Seuss) and Phil Eastman, most of the cartoons were produced by Warner Brothers Animation Studios - employing their animators, voice actors (primarily Mel Blanc) and Carl Stalling's music."

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>> No. 33538 ID: 26858e
>Its a bit like Stargate Universe.
As someone who actually did stick around past S1 of SGU I can say it was arguably worse. At least from my perspective, SGU sucked because your most/only likeable character at the beginning was the sociopathic Marine, primarily because all the other characters were mopey unfun bitches. Come S2 they gave the two mopiest bitches girlfriends, this genuinely made them better characters as they ceased being whiny cunts, also Lou Diamond Phillips was brought on full time. What makes this worse for SGU is that whatever writer it was that improved these characters was scared off by an errant raccoon or something and thus allowed the shit writers to come back and immediately unceremoniously kill both characters girlfriends, at the same time, one of them off screen. So now everyone sucks again, worse actually, except Gerald from Hey Arnold! and Lou Diamond Philips. It'd be like Enterprise getting S4 instead of S2 then going straight to killing Trip's sister and lol Xindi. Though I'll give SGU credit, they at least had the decency to not put their sex appeal character in a skin tight cat suit.
>> No. 33582 ID: df12a0
>they at least had the decency to not put their sex appeal character in a skin tight cat suit.

No, they just put her in a t-shirt and lacy, non-regulation panties...
>> No. 33626 ID: 82a3e8
I recently dug more into the movie and Im actually a little curious to see how it turns out.

Simply because the Director did the good fast and furious movies (inb4 hurrdur no good fast and faggoty movies).

And Simon Pegg wrote the damn thing. He is a fuckhuge star wars nerd, and is a good movie writer.
>> No. 33627 ID: 82a3e8
also this.

Ive seen half of the first season of TNG so far. thats it.
>> No. 33629 ID: 26858e
>fast and furious movies
>Simon Pegg
Both things I genuinely like, but I still think this trailer looks meh at best, and even though I don't like Abram's Star Trek the first one is objectively a good movie. Admittedly part of this is that their obsession with Kirk loving "Sabotage" bugs me, even if it's a good song. Though if the proposed new series turns out to be proper Star Trek, and admittedly Star Trek always worked better as a show, then I suppose I can live with the movies being dumb fun doolally bullshit.

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For All Mankind
This movie documents the Apollo missions perhaps the most definitively of any movie under two hours. Al Reinert watched all the footage shot during the missions--over 6,000,000 feet of it, and picked out the best. Instead of being a newsy, fact-filled documentary. Reinart focuses on the human aspects of the space flights. The only voices heard in the film are the voices of the astronauts and mission control.
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>> No. 32605 ID: df12a0
>I really doubt Murica is actually capable of to do both of these feats in less than 15-20 years.

Right, which is why I phrased the question the way I did. America could have done one of the two space programs; space station (as launch platform for long-distance missions like a moonshot and Mars-shot) or moonshot.
>> No. 32618 ID: f013be
That's kind of what USSR went for, if the two superpowers cooperated we could have been Space Odyssey by now
>> No. 32651 ID: 062e74
  To Mars by A Bomb
>> No. 32688 ID: efa770
  Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie.
>> No. 33527 ID: cfe73e
  Nissin Noodles - The Instant Meal with a Lasting Legacy https://youtu.be/fqseyLw2Flg
This episode describes the birth of instant noodles and the technology that turned this modest staple of the Japanese diet into a global phenomenon.

A struggling businessman, Momofuku Ando invented instant noodles 55 years ago. He developed a technique called "flash-frying", in which moisture is removed for better preservation, while locking in flavor. This way, the noodles can be reconstituted by simply pouring hot water over them.

Convenience and good taste assured instant noodles would please the palate of people the world over. Ando's altruistic nature, which inspired him to develop the product to alleviate poverty and suffering, also led him to release the patent. Manufacturers worldwide adopted the flash-frying technique, helping to make instant noodles the world's favorite comfort food.

There was a 205-page English-translated manga in 2006 (Heisei year 18 as the translators would have it) called Project X: Cup Noodle that documents the Cup Noodle development in comic book form. It is less a documentary and more an outright celebration. The men behind the Cup Noodle are presented as shining examples of the Japanese postwar work ethic and ethos, overcoming adversity through lots of hard work, teamwork, trial and error. http://www.amazon.com/Project-X-Nissin-Cup-Noodle/dp/1569709599

In a time when the Japanese food industry was struggling economically, a man named Momofuku Andou sought to turn the tide. Seeking a new type of food for a new era, he ordered the development of a “cup noodle” - a revolutionary idea for a convenient instant noodle. Overcoming public skepticism as well as doubts, even from those within their own company, Andou and his staff of young developers constantly challenged convention to create this new product. Behind the now familiar cup o’ noodle, which has sold over 8.2 billion worldwide, lies a dramatic story of the struggles of the men behind its success. http://www.dmpbooks.com/books/403/

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33470 No. 33470 ID: 3052f4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Just wondering if any of you faggots want access to my plex library, pic related.

email or post your username and I'll invite you, maybe.
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dont even know what this is
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It's like my own personal netflix. Allows my media library to be streamed to web browsers, mobile devices, consoles, ect.
>> No. 33514 ID: 82a3e8
For Free? Sure. Pay? Fuck no.
>> No. 33517 ID: 3052f4
Yes for free.

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  Forget the name of the short film, been trying to find it. Any help is appreciated. It begins with a man standing on a soapbox spouting some shit, and a crowd is cheering him on. Am older German man takes a younger American confederate aside to a bench and begins recounting his memories of germany.
>> No. 33465 ID: 3052f4
  I'd like to watch this if anyone can find it
>> No. 33467 ID: bdae0c

I just watched that through and I realised how badly the american system needs to stand up and combat its detractors. You just don't see shit like this any more (updated versions).

It's still so relevant, like 95% spot of SJW regressive 'progressive' types.
>> No. 33469 ID: a18c5a
>SJW regressive 'progressive' types.
Consider the case of Speedy Gonzales, a looney tunes character born of the 1950's. The character was shelved by Cartoon Network. To quote Cartoon Network Spokesman Laurie Goldberg from a 2002 interview
>"It hasn't been on the air for years because of its ethnic stereotypes."
In order to remain PC and avoid offense, the quick witted, fast talking mouse went unbroadcast for some time. There's just one problem: Mexicans fucking love Speedy Gonzalez. By doing away with the only major Hispanic character in the franchise, Looney Tunes had done them wrong. Their demand for Speedy is what brought him back; he now runs a pizzeria in The Looney Tunes latest incarnation.
>> No. 33472 ID: a18c5a
I've been tired lately, and somehow generalized serv's post to all animation of that era, hence my very tangentially related, off topic post. Here's some WWII propaganda to make up for it.

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Hear this man learn the truth https://m.youtube.com/user/464wbbs
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Here's an explanation from 1943

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