Monday, February 12, 2007

For RE, Kim, Antip, and whomever else needs it:

A partial, if not terribly saintly, answer to some eternal questions.



Enjoy.

16 comments:

Renegade Evolution said...

just a flesh wound! hehe, python makes everything better!

belledame222 said...

"Chicken! Chickennnnn..."

Phlegmatic said...

"alright, well call it a draw."

What a way to finish it!

Tom Nolan said...

I just realized that Keanu Reeves' demeanour at the end of "The Matrix" - you remember he fends off a furious Agent Smith by gently flapping his left hand at him, all the while wearing a look of beatific self-satisfaction - is clearly based on that of Chapman as he withstands the onslaught of the Black Knight by making bored gestures with his sword and essaying the occasional side-step.

Eli said...

My hope is that this is the very near future of the Republican party and all their professional pundits and bloggers and trolls.

ballgame said...

I don't think I've ever laughed as hard and long as I did when I saw Grail for the first time. Ah, youth.

eli: I second your sentiment.

n said...

Tom Nolan, it's also a signature action sequence of Yuen Wo Ping, the fight choreographer, to show an exponential difference in fighting aptitude. He uses an almost identical sequence of hits and blocks in the cafe fight scene from "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon."

Actually, if you watch a couple of movies he choreographs and have an eye for martial arts, he has a couple of favorite bits he uses a lot. It's like he's signing his work.

/nerd

Anthony Kennerson said...

Heheh.

Some people just don't know how to die, dont they???

Sounds like some recent MRA twolls around here, doesn't it???

A little gory for my tastes....but funny as all bloody Hell.

:-)

Anthony

little light said...

Well, that's embarrassing. Forgot to log out the last account on this computer. The nerdy martial-arts comment was me.

Tom Nolan said...

Yuen Wo Ping...uses an almost identical sequence of hits and blocks in the cafe fight scene from "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." - Little Light

Identical to Chapman's moves against Cleese? I had no idea that the influence of "Grail" had spread so far.

Eli said...

Yuen Wo Ping...uses an almost identical sequence of hits and blocks in the cafe fight scene from "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." - Little Light

Identical to Chapman's moves against Cleese? I had no idea that the influence of "Grail" had spread so far.


The tiger isn't actually *crouching*, if you catch my drift...

Adorable Girlfriend said...

Eli nails it!

Kim said...

"You're a loony." Heh

You fight with the strength of many women, Belle. You have proved yourself worthy -- will you join me?

(And if you say no, "You make me sad.")

belledame222 said...

so BE it!

Amber said...

Bwahahaha....

Hoo boy I still have to catch up on the latest round of *whatever*...

Amy said...

I <3 Monty Python :)

Heh I knew half the quotes to Life of Brian before I ever saw it :)