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Howard the Duck

Started by Andrew, June 07, 1999, 08:01:20 PM

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GIANT CLAW Jr

Can anyone remener the name of the planet HOWARD came from? a planet of intellegent ducks

HarlotBug3

It's really impossible NOT to be funny when reviewing this movie (check out the Nostalgia Critic's review). It's what the 1980s deserved. It's what any film buff must endure.
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HappyGilmore

I still don't think it's that terrible. 

And I like it way more than ANYTHING else George Lucas has done.
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hellbilly

One of the few bad movies from the 80s I can't get into. God knows I tried many times though. I do like the soundtrack however.

Mikki

How come you missed out the "RANDOM GRATUITOUS DUCK BREAST SHOT!" when Howard is being sucked out of his appartment and there is the lady duck having a bath? :]

Psycho Circus

Quote from: Mikki on July 29, 2009, 02:39:27 PM
How come you missed out the "RANDOM GRATUITOUS DUCK BREAST SHOT!" when Howard is being sucked out of his appartment and there is the lady duck having a bath? :]

Indeed, which renders this film totally unsuitable for kids. (Well, there's probably more reasons!)  :lookingup: :teddyr:

endwar

what, no mention of the duck tits? :question: :question: :question: :question:

CalrissianFoxxSteele

I used to watch this movie ALOT when I was a kid. I like the Duck Tits shot and every time I really hoped that lea Thompson would be nude sometime...never happened though. No matter how many times I watched it.
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bob

this movie is proof George Lucus lost his marbles before thinking Jar Jar Binks was a good idea
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claws

Quote from: bob on November 13, 2011, 12:43:04 AM
this movie is proof George Lucas lost his marbles before thinking Jar Jar Binks was a good idea

Word.

Each to their own, but it amazes me how many people love and have fond memories of watching Howard the Duck. I'm always like "did I see a complete different movie?".

ChunkeeOne

Love this movie! You said it all so I don't have to... I think I even still have a Howard the Duck trading card somewhere. :thumbup:

One thing though... I thought it was cotton pajamas that cause the dangerous combustible friction?? Heard it's so bad that you can be completely incinerated.

Felicity

Love it or hate it? I have mixed feelings. There's a lot to love about this movie but when the whole thing is over it just seems tiresome and mediocre. It's a conflicted experience.

Alex

Does the Howard easter egg at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy mean another movie is being planned at some point?
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BoyScoutKevin

Quote from: Dark Alex on October 15, 2015, 02:50:40 AM
Does the Howard easter egg at the end of Guardians of the Galaxy mean another movie is being planned at some point?

Could be? Despite all the hate the original movie got. Despite its relatively low return at the box office. The original film, or, at least, the character does have his fans.
Though, before we get a film starring Howard, he'll probably get another cameo in "Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2," which is scheduled for a 2017 release. And, of course, Howard was the first Marvel comics character to appear in a theatrical film. What might have been, if after this film, the powers that be decided to make no more films starring characters from the Marvel comics.