Are you shitting me? LMAO! Loves it!
I found out this morning when I was Googling on my phone. Insane, isn't it?
Me likey. You know I'm still cogitating a way to write a fanfic out of that phrase. I know there's a hole in that story somewhere!
Lol Love it.
@ AmayaWe're all waiting. I can only imagine what you'll do with him - I mean, them.
Hahahahaha! Best information I've heard all day.*tickled stupid*
We watched this a couple times as a family and on this scene my uncle looked at me and I said "oh mika mika" and he goes "Mika CHUUU!" he was so excited his toes curled.
no matter how many times I watch this movie, I never fail to get goose bumps every time I hear him say that.
Sexiest line in the movie. That and "I was waiting for you." before giving Mika a flirtatious smile and pulling a shuriken out of his stomach. Love that Raizo.
*giggles*That is all.
@ Cinnamon"I was waiting for you" was seeeeexy. Especially since he's gasping and groaning and ish (granted in pain, but nonetheless).I wonder if there's a clip of that scene on YouTube.
And Cinnamon...were you the one who pointed out how this scene was, ahem, "suggestive"?
@AnkhYes...but it seems I'm not the only one. Did you check out these comments for the video?
@ CinnamonOh, my God!!! Oh.My.God!!!!
@ Cinnamon & Ankh - Those comments are hilarious and I'm sure the Director meant to be suggestive. No doubt about it. :-)
Really? Is that the general consensus? The Director meant to tease us like this?*shakes head*
It's a theory and probably giving the Director more credit than he deserves. LOL
I tend to think that McTeague did it on purpose. Raizo says that line in that voice, Mika gives him an absolutely delighted smile then drops to her knees in front of his goodies? Hmmm...Perhaps he didn't mean to film it that way, but there's no way that they looked at those dailies and didn't know exactly what he was seeing. They had to know, and yet they left it in anyway. On the heels of Raizo saying, "I like you more and more", maybe it was McTeague's way of hinting at the beginnings of a deeper relationship. Or am I reading way too much into it? LOL...
Oh, almost forgot...the phrase "The Blasian Narrative" is also in Google.
@ CinnamonOh, almost forgot...the phrase "The Blasian Narrative" is also in Google.Nuh-uh!!!!*pats hair and reapplies lip gloss*
Lordy...we're the very first option!
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