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Funny things heard in the Audience

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 8:48 AM

ANGELICANGEL


Ok, you know how sometimes you go to a movie and you have those people who like to yell somthing out when sometimes something happens.

Well I heard this....

"Dude...FLY!!!" during battle scenes when Serenity was trying to get passed all those battle ships.

I just had to share! I

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 8:52 AM

FIRELILY


after the movie: "I didn't like those creepy things"

(tee hee, yay for Firefly virgins going to see Serenity )

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:07 AM

MALICIOUS



SPOILER--DON'T READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE MOVIE!!!


I hung around after all three shows and there were groups of people each time, just standing and sitting around, inside and outside of the auditorium, discussing the movie. I heard exclamations about the effects, funny lines being repeated and lots of questions about why the pilot had to die. But my favorites were, "This show was on TV? When? Why didn't I ever see it? Is it coming back?"

I usually just smiled to myself and kept walking--real slow so I could still hear--but I did share a a few Firefly factoids with a lone gentleman at the matinee I went to by myself. Afterwards, I was stuck in traffic and he pulled up next to me and STARTED ASKING ME MORE QUESTIONS! I was shouting answers back to him until traffic started moving again. I told him about this site and invited him to learn more about the show from us. He had started watching the SciFi channel's Friday night shows and got hooked. He was really upset to learn that this was not a new show that the movie was an introduction to. When I told him the show was from 2002 and only had a partial season before it was cancelled, he was stunned. As am I to this very day (FOX).

I can't imagine us not getting another movie out of this. It's just that good.



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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:11 AM

SULLY


On Saturday I attended the 11 a.m. matinee in San Francisco, at the 1000 Van Ness. At that hour, the entire audience was Firefly faithful. We had a real shindig!

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:11 AM

MER


when serenity's not changing their course for the opeative and it turns out it's b/c they're being chanced by a bunch load of reavers.
"Oh shit!" is what i heard...or was that me?

I also forgot to mention there were also 'oh my god' with river's fighting climax. mostly laughter though. i think there was also, 'what the hell?'

but i think everybody's choice of single words are the same in this thread.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:26 AM

PIFFLE101


Well..During the lat half hour every one around me kept goin...Shit shit shit..LOL

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:43 AM

EARLY


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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 9:57 AM

BUBBLEOFEARTH


Semi-Spoiler, maybe.

I'll admit it wasn't funny, but it's something I only heard the second time around, 'cause I'm pretty sure I was one of the people whispering / shouting / breathing it the first time.

It was the word, "NO!" and the theater was full of it.

:(

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 10:41 AM

FREMDFIRMA


Erm, bit spoilery.. so..

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When the blast doors roll back and there's our little precious River standing in the middle of a HUGE pile of dead reavers, blood dripping off those nasty sharp pointy things.. drip, drip.. and in that little quiet moment, I hear a voice...



"is she single ?!"

I about snorted my popcorn.

-F

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:18 AM

XANDERLHARRIS


Spoilery comment

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when Wash dies I hear...



"Oh no! He was SO cute!"

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:22 AM

KIZYR


The absolute funniest thing I heard wasn't in my theatre, but my friend back in Nashville (who caught the showing that most browncoats were at, it seems) relayed it to me.

At the end, when Simon and Kaylee finally go at it, and fall to the floor on top of each other, one person in the audience calls out: "Have good sex!"

Quote:

It was the word, "NO!" and the theater was full of it.


Same line, and I'll wager same place... I heard that in my theater. I was certainly thinking that hard enough. KF

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:30 AM

ENGINEANGEL


ok.
between the universal symbol and the start of the movie, me and my brother shouted at the top of our lungs "YOU CAN'T STOP THE SIGNAL!!!" (my idea) muah ha ha. Right after that someone (not a browncoat) said "... for wierdos." Yup, that's me. A pure wierdo from beyond!!! However, if it had come from another browncoat i would have been disappointed with them.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:36 AM

RAKARR


Lets see....

When Serenity wasn't changing course and then all of a sudden all those Reavers showed up, I was like "Oh shit!" with a huge ass grin on my face.

I don't actually recall any one yelling out any thing. I said a few things, but just to myself. Don't know if others could hear me.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:53 AM

ILOVEFIREFLY


im engineangels brother and i want to say It was fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 11:56 AM

BARCLAY


Quote:

Originally posted by engineangel:
ok.
between the universal symbol and the start of the movie, me and my brother shouted at the top of our lungs "YOU CAN'T STOP THE SIGNAL!!!" (my idea) muah ha ha. Right after that someone (not a browncoat) said "... for wierdos." Yup, that's me.



You know, I'm all for enthusiasm and such, but... really? Even as a Browncoat that probably would've put me off a bit...

I don't mean to be rude. I'm just sayin'.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 12:30 PM

TIGER


Funny story. I'm in the theater Friday night at 7:20pm. Sitting directly behind me is a group of elderly black women, not a'one younger than 70. Here's the conversation:

EBW#1 - Could you tell us what the movie is about again?

EBW#2 - Oh yes, [pulls out a pamphlet, begins to read the standard press description] 500 years in the future, [blah blah - she reads the whole thing very slowly, while the other ladies listen closely] ... between the carnivorous reavers and the all powerful alliance.

EBW#3 - Is it like Star Wars?

EBW#2 -Oh no! It's much better than Star Wars.

EBW#3 - Oh good.

-- after the movie --

EBW#3 - Poor shepherd Book! He was the best character!

EBW#4 - And so HANDSOME!

You never know who may be a Serenity fan!

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 12:53 PM

TMURRIE


I walked into the theater with my Jayne's hat on, and these two girls in the back see us and start giggling really hard, I thought there were squirrels loose in the theater.

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and after wash died, this guy walks out of the theater and i hear him say "but Wash was just like me..." but i was too emotional at that moment to laugh



pretty funny

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 1:07 PM

WRIGLEYVILLER


Yesterday I went to see the BDM for the second time and sitting in the row in front of me was a group of 4 tatooed, tough-guy looking friends. They never said or did anything throughout the movie until

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Simon tells Kaylee how his one regret is not being with her.



At that point, they start to snicker at what they clearly felt was a cheesy, Lifetime made-for-TV-movie moment. Then

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Kaylee has her great, "Screw this, I'm going to live" line



and they promptly shut right up.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 1:10 PM

TOMANTA


Quote:

Originally posted by Tiger:
Funny story. I'm in the theater Friday night at 7:20pm. Sitting directly behind me is a group of elderly black women, not a'one younger than 70. Here's the conversation:

[snip]

You never know who may be a Serenity fan!



That's great. The last time I saw it - Sunday matinee - there was who I thought to be an elderly white woman by herself. She wasn't as old as I thought (maybe 50ish), but still very surprising.

I managed to sit in front of a group of fans who hadn't seen it yet. Maybe I'm evil, but I love stting near fans who haven't seen it yet so I can hear their reaction to certain events.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 3:12 PM

BUBBLEOFEARTH


Quote:

Originally posted by Tiger:
Funny story. I'm in the theater Friday night at 7:20pm. Sitting directly behind me is a group of elderly black women, not a'one younger than 70. Here's the conversation:

EBW#1 - Could you tell us what the movie is about again?

EBW#2 - Oh yes, [pulls out a pamphlet, begins to read the standard press description]



Again, my sides hurt. I can't imagine trying to be quiet while someone behind me reads the press description.

The pre-screening I attended was full of a huge range of ages, multiple races, and both visible sexes. Everybody laughed, everybody gasped.
Joss (and his folk) are just good!

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 3:20 PM

DUNCANGHOLA2


A friend that I took was kind of in shock at alot of the disturbing imagery, and when River started throwing up, all he could say was "Dude. For real." haha.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 4:17 PM

SMITH


I usually love to watch movies in absolute silence so I can concentrate and I don't have people in my ear during important scenes saying: "and who was he again?" That being said, I saw the first showing of Serenity here in Aus. (at least the first on the release date) and the crowd was awesome. They reacted with every appropriate emotion at the right time, just as if they were die-hard fans. In fact most probably were, given that those who stayed til the end credits joined me in a little sing along over the instrumental version of the Firefly theme. It was great to see the emotion coming from the crowd, and inspiring to see everyone so involved. I didn't even mind when people were whispering their encouragement to the screen during the flick. Hell, I was right there with them.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 4:22 PM

GUNRUNNER


This was before I was in the theater (I was at the concession stand):

Girl behind counter: Nice hat! How many times have you seen it?

Yep I was there in my Blue Sun shirt and Jayne Hat. So nice to meet another fan, too bad we didn't have time to talk longer since the movie was starting in 5 mins.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2005 5:26 PM

KIZYR


Quote:

Originally posted by GunRunner:
This was before I was in the theater (I was at the concession stand):

Girl behind counter: Nice hat! How many times have you seen it?



Aw, I wish I got more comments on my Blue Sun shirt. Just one, though; and of course my friends I went with noticed. Maybe if I had a hat... KF

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 5:16 AM

SHIRLOCKC


This was after the movie and there was a group of younger girls who were saying:

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I can understand about Book, after all he's old ... but Wash!



An older guy took exception in a good way. All rather amusing.

I thought it was extremely encouraging to see such a diverse audience -- yes, you never know who is a Browncoat.

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 6:35 AM

AZIRAPHALE


As we were gathering our coats to leave, I heard a big fella -- 6'5", at least, and probably pushing 270 lbs. -- decked out in a ripped jean jacket and blue mohawk hairdo say to his friend:

Quote:

Naw, man, I just got something in my eye.


The crowd was still laughing uproariously at the "leaf on the wind" reprisal when -- well, you know -- and the reaction was explosive. I heard "No!" from at least a dozen mouths and a number of pained cries, my own included.

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 7:13 AM

SICKDUDE


Quote:

Originally posted by firelily:
after the movie: "I didn't like those creepy things"



A terrible thing to say about Jayne's thoughts...

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 6:36 PM

AUROTER


In the theater on opening night, 7:35p showing (Santa Cruz, CA) somebody passed out lyrics and started a sing-along of "The Hero of Canton" It was priceless!

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 6:50 PM

TETHYS


Quote:

Originally posted by Malicious:

SPOILER--DON'T READ ANY FURTHER IF YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE MOVIE!!!


I hung around after all three shows and there were groups of people each time, just standing and sitting around, inside and outside of the auditorium, discussing the movie. I heard exclamations about the effects, funny lines being repeated and lots of questions about why the pilot had to die. But my favorites were, "This show was on TV? When? Why didn't I ever see it? Is it coming back?"

I usually just smiled to myself and kept walking--real slow so I could still hear--but I did share a a few Firefly factoids with a lone gentleman at the matinee I went to by myself. Afterwards, I was stuck in traffic and he pulled up next to me and STARTED ASKING ME MORE QUESTIONS! I was shouting answers back to him until traffic started moving again. I told him about this site and invited him to learn more about the show from us. He had started watching the SciFi channel's Friday night shows and got hooked. He was really upset to learn that this was not a new show that the movie was an introduction to. When I told him the show was from 2002 and only had a partial season before it was cancelled, he was stunned. As am I to this very day (FOX).

I can't imagine us not getting another movie out of this. It's just that good.



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I'm going to add cursing and the hurling about of things to my repertoire.




Where was this at, Mal?

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 6:56 PM

SAMWIBATT


Just came back from a viewing - there were a couple of people behind us who had never seen the series - bless 'em! Good to see the newbies coming in.

One, though, was saying after the show how amusing he found it that the big tough guy was named "Jan".

Hee hee

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 7:21 PM

EVILBUNNIES


Quote:

Originally posted by SamWibatt:
Just came back from a viewing - there were a couple of people behind us who had never seen the series - bless 'em! Good to see the newbies coming in.

One, though, was saying after the show how amusing he found it that the big tough guy was named "Jan".

Hee hee



Hehe! Now thats funny.

I didn't really pay attention to what people were saying around me on the first night..I was too busy not blinking and hanging onto every line. I remember walking out and hearing a couple women talking about going home to rewatch the DVDs.

When I go tomorrow, I'll be sure to listen this time. I'm sure I'll have a story or two.



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Thursday, October 6, 2005 8:10 PM

CLEANER


Funny thing about Australian cinemas, no body talks. We fear the specail hell!

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 10:19 PM

THECRAZYIVAN


Great thread!!!

I heard the usual NO!!! at the -you know- moment...

umm, lots of laughs...lots of "Holy craps!"

lol...loved it on that first night

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Thursday, October 6, 2005 10:37 PM

LIMINALOSITY


Quote:

Originally posted by tmurrie:
I walked into the theater with my Jayne's hat on, and these two girls in the back see us and start giggling really hard, I thought there were squirrels loose in the theater.

I think what the other moviegoer says in TMurries spoiler is precisely why there are so very many upset and angry fans out there.

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That we may learn to bear the beams of love.
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Friday, October 7, 2005 3:23 AM

CPTJACKMURRAY


If anybody even whispers excuse me to go get popcorn im gonna yell " YOU'RE GOING TO THE SPECIAL HELL!!!!"

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Friday, October 7, 2005 4:12 AM

INDIGO


Quote:

Originally posted by Cleaner:
Funny thing about Australian cinemas, no body talks. We fear the specail hell!



That reminded me: you know those annoying little "manners minders" flashed on the screen before a film (at least here in the States where apparently we need them)? When the one about turning of your cell phone came on someone yelled out "Or you'll go to the special hell!" Much laughter ensued, but as soon as the first instant of the movie started, you could almost hear this huge intake of breath being taken... and then absolute silence... until we ran out of air. I was a bit too focused to notice any comments around me, but I remember hearing "...nothing between my nethers..." as we left the cinema!

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Friday, October 7, 2005 4:05 PM

MALICIOUS


Quote:

Originally posted by tethys:
Where was this at, Mal?



I was at the 1:05pm showing at the Cinemark Movies 10 in Newport. When I heard him ask for "One for Serenity" I asked if he was a Firefly fan. He said, "Yup. You?" I said, "Yup." Then we sat in the theater about 10 seats apart and chatted a bit and that's when the questions started.


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Friday, October 7, 2005 4:46 PM

MALI


Right after Wash made the amazing Serenity-smashing landing at the end, I yelled at him, "scootch over!"

He didn't listen though. damn.

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Friday, October 7, 2005 6:38 PM

PERIDIDDLE


Well, okay, the Browncoat screenings were the best. At my first one, shouted "I HATE YOU JOSS WHEDON!" when I thought we would lose Simon, too, and at my 2nd, well...when Kaylee says "Tell that to Inara.", my friend said
"Diss!" I said...
"Burn!" and then the WHOLE audience goes...
"OOOOOoooohhhh!" It was priceless. Then when Wash had to do the slide landing, the man in front of me yelled "SHIT!" It was an overall great experience with that many fans.

My 2nd viewing of the first weekend (4th viewing overall) brought one random thing, aside from the gasps and laughs and clapping from Friday. I saw it on Sunday, with a crowd that I feel was mostly non-Browncoats. But when the Operative walks into the Companion House and Mal looks up, amid COMPLETE silence, I hear one man in a far corner of the theater say "UH OH!" My friend and I broke down into giggles right there.

"Bwaa...it's kind of a warrior...strikes fear into the hearts of..."

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Friday, October 7, 2005 8:38 PM

GROOSALUGG


I can't stand crowded theaters, so I went to a showing I figured would be sparsely attended... which it was. No specific comments overhead from this small grouping that I can relate, but I'd say River's "I swallowed a bug" line definitely got the biggest laughs.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 5:11 PM

DONCOAT


Went again tonight, 4th viewing. Larger group than any previous show I went to, though not capacity.

Oddly, this group was less responsive than some of the smaller crowds. Still heard several good laughs (Kaylee's "nethers" lament, Jayne's follow-on to that, and River's "bug" are surefire).

A girl behind me screamed aloud when the Reaver pops out from behind River in her dream sequence.

One thing happened this time that I hadn't noticed before, though. When Wash began his third and last "I am a leaf...", there was a pretty big laugh -- which turned into a huge gasp a moment later.

I think that's exactly what Joss intended in this scene: to change a moment of tension-relief laughter into instant shock. For that, the timing was perfect. When I heard the laughter start, I was thinking, "oh, you people are about to get smacked"... and they did.

Manipulative, yes. But so, so powerful.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 5:38 PM

RIVERSIDE


Yeah, the girl screaming at any appearance of the Reavers would be me, actually.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 5:57 PM

EIEN


After being traumatized by the last 30 minutes of the movie a friend told me I'd feel better if I went again cause she did. I did and it helped.

Well the 2nd time around with a room full of browncoats I waited for Leaf smack down moment and I looked away ever so slightly.

There was the HUGE gasp of NO! and right after it:


"That shit is just not right!"





Don't worry. I'll shoot you politely.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 5:57 PM

JUBELLATE


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when I saw them fire upon the Reaver ship just above Miranda




not really funny, but I said "why bother recruiting when you can drag one right behind you" I thought it hilarious

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 6:05 PM

VISITINGMYINTENTIONS


Quote:

Originally posted by Fremdfirma:
Erm, bit spoilery.. so..

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When the blast doors roll back and there's our little precious River standing in the middle of a HUGE pile of dead reavers, blood dripping off those nasty sharp pointy things.. drip, drip.. and in that little quiet moment, I hear a voice...



"is she single ?!"

I about snorted my popcorn.

-F



I'm pretty sure at about that point I whispered "goddess..." Because she was. My boyfriend said later he hadn't realized how hot River was until that shot. She was fucking beautiful. That's it--I'm turning bi.

Our theater didn't have any yelling, but lots of laughter, and clapping at the ends. There might have been an "ooooh" when Kaylee told Mal "go tell that to Inara" and a "noo" when

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Wash died,

but otherwise it was pretty quiet.

A friend and I went 2x2 hands of blue.

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Early: Where'd she go?

Simon: I can't keep track of her when she's NOT incorporeally possessing a spaceship, don't look at me --

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 6:20 PM

DONCOAT


Quote:

Originally posted by VisitingMyIntentions:
I'm pretty sure at about that point I whispered "goddess..." Because she was. My boyfriend said later he hadn't realized how hot River was until that shot. She was fucking beautiful. That's it--I'm turning bi.

I could stand to hear a little more...

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 6:37 PM

VISITINGMYINTENTIONS


Quote:

Originally posted by DonCoat:
Quote:

Originally posted by VisitingMyIntentions:
I'm pretty sure at about that point I whispered "goddess..." Because she was. My boyfriend said later he hadn't realized how hot River was until that shot. She was fucking beautiful. That's it--I'm turning bi.

I could stand to hear a little more...



I can hurt you.

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Early: Where'd she go?

Simon: I can't keep track of her when she's NOT incorporeally possessing a spaceship, don't look at me --

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 6:42 PM

DREAMS2


At my 4th viewing when Mal was watching the vid of Inara. The moive went quite and I could a man with a deep voice saying "Well a companion is a classy whore." Everyone in the theater heard that explanation and there was more than a few laughs.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 7:12 PM

SPRINGFAERY


*kind of spoilers for the EXTREMELY sensitive*





I was at the midnight showing the night Serenity came out in my area. During the credits when the accoustic version of "Ballad of Serenity" was playing, the entire audience began singing along. It was a great fan moment.

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Saturday, October 8, 2005 7:49 PM

SYNM


[quote=Cleaner]Funny thing about Australian cinemas, no body talks. We fear the specail hell!


If that's the case, then the theatre I took my mother to was downright noisy.

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There were gasps at the Wash death scene, as well as laughter beforehand. Strangely enough, when I first went to see it, I was the only one laughing. Maybe everyone else had already seen it.



Oh, and...

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When the Operative walks away after talking with Mal, some dude in front of me said, "He's going to fall on his sword now."

I was sorely tempted to say, "No, he's going to buy a puppy and name it Dumpling!" But again, my mother was there and she hadn't seen the movie, so...



Dammit, I need to see the BDM again. Three times should be a new record for me.

The first time I saw the movie, I secured my place in the special hell along with Joel, Mike and the 'bots by saying:

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"His numb3r's up," when Mr. Universe died.




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