Did you guys know that Jet Li was going to take Chow's part in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon. But he refuse because his wife was pregnant.
Plus he got a new film coming out called "Kiss of the Dragon" in July.
Worst mistake of Li's life. Well maybe not. Family is of coarse very important, but the commercials for Kiss of the Dragon don't impress me too much.
And Chow did an excellent job in CTHD. I think maybe better than Li could have done. Not because I think Chow is a better martial arts expert, but Chow seems to be a more serious actor where as when I watch a Jet Li movie it seems like the plot is there just as an excuse to see some badass fighting. That was a long sentence. I like them both, but when it comes to a good story I'd rather see Chow.
Just read the review over at www.popcorn.co.uk for TR. Not looking too promising only 2 stars (and I normally find films with 3 stars to be trying). BTW on a side note just saw evolution. Oh dear. The longest shampoo ad that i've ever seen. :yawn:
Wanna see something cool? Head on over to www.finalfantasy.com and use your brower's "View Source" option. Look down near the bottom of the file. Now, paste the .html filenames after the the forward slash after ".com" According to the site, the FF movie is "Better than" both "Final Fantasy Hentai" and "a Playstation Emulator." Fun, eh?
>What the hell, isn't it animated Final Fantasy Porn??
No, it's not *actual* hentai, there's just links within the index.html file. When you enter them into the URL bar it'll change the titlebar to such things as "Better Than Final Fantasy Hentai" or "Better Than A Playstation Emulator," understand?
Yields "Better than Final Fantasy 7!" in the titlebar. I assume they did as much so that when a search engine catalogued their pages it'd also associate other topics that people might be searching for with regards to FF. Likewise, when someone did a search for such a topic the movie's homepage would show up in the list of retrieved pages.
I'd assumed people would think it to be either interesting or at least mildly amusing. Nevermind.
>How did you find this out? I don't see any likes on the page or
>any thing to hint it.
Often when I'm trying to conserve bandwidth (downloading mp3s and such), I'll browse the web with Lynx, it's a text-mode only browser. While I'm sure everyone will balk, I've actually come to like it seeing as how it's extremely fast and good for when you'd just like to extract information from purely text-based sites. Anyway, for some reason (I'm a freak like that, I suppose) I decided that I'd take a look at what the movie's page looks like as browsed in pure text. I was scrolling through it when I realized there were a ton of links down at the bottom of the file that looked extremely odd. I opened IE and took a gander at the index.html file and realized that there's a host of alternate index pages, all with different < title >s. As I said, you can try it out yourself by going to www.finalfantasy.com, letting it load completely, then going to your browser's "View Source" option (in IE it's View->Source
Taking a look at a page's source is a good way not only learn some tricks with HTML, but sometimes you'll also discover that the developers have hidden a quote, a personal message, or the like within the comments of the page.