23 thoughts on “Final Flight Of The Osiris

  1. Butt….

    #1 | Comment by Bubba — March 21, 2003 @ 10:13 pm

  2. Definitely not real. Her butt is too perfect 😀

    #2 | Comment by JiL0 — March 21, 2003 @ 10:14 pm

  3. I’d tap that.

    #3 | Comment by Justin — March 21, 2003 @ 10:25 pm

  4. I’d do more than tap.

    And Dreamcatcher ended too quickly, in my opinion.

    #4 | Comment by Seriously — March 21, 2003 @ 11:41 pm

  5. I like how her ass looks so real but her hair is horribly animated. Must have been men that designed her. Yup yup

    #5 | Comment by Pancho — March 22, 2003 @ 1:59 am

  6. i am off to the cd store right now!

    #6 | Comment by luke — March 22, 2003 @ 8:57 am

  7. Where exactly is that from?

    I wanted to see Dreamcatcher, but seeing how it got 30% in the Tomatometer, I doubt Ill ever go see it…

    #7 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 11:28 am

  8. PRetty good hair considering shes in sword combat, don’t exactly want hair flying around in your face when your trying to dodge a blade, or a bullet for that matter.

    BTW what the hell are they gonna do so diffrent in the third one? using swords in the second one, they gonna use mechs or some shit? Everyone fight with telekenetic abilities maybe?

    #8 | Comment by Dionysus187 — March 22, 2003 @ 11:31 am

  9. Anyone notice how much those people in final flight look like the people from the final fantasy movie? Glad those guys got more work =p Fun little game trying to figure out what characters they modified from final fantasy for each character in the osiris short

    #9 | Comment by Dionysus187 — March 22, 2003 @ 11:46 am

  10. i took these screenshots from the 4 minute 30 second trailer for the animatrix dvd. you can download it from http://www.thematrix.com it’s a big file though. 100 megs.

    speaking of final fantasy, i can’t wait till somebody has enough time to do to this chick what they did to Aki.

    #10 | Comment by Justin — March 22, 2003 @ 11:57 am

  11. they should’ve made her smuggle some peanuts in this shot.

    #11 | Comment by Justin — March 22, 2003 @ 12:01 pm

  12. Justin,

    I totally understand the urge to ogle women, even if you have a girlfriend. But I’m entirely flummoxed by digital desire.

    How much better is it to "tap" the REAL Zoe’s ass as compared wanking while looking at this pixel chick? I mean, I know all about long distance relationships, but you could just use all your modern technology to take some hot pix of the real thing.

    #12 | Comment by RedEye — March 22, 2003 @ 12:15 pm

  13. the way I look at it – as far as i’m concerned – this chick is as real as Buffy. and Buffy & Sarah are interchangeable.

    Sarah Michelle Gellar may be real to her husband but to me she’s just a – like really large – collection of images.

    here’s to images of beautiful women wherever they come from!!!

    (btw, who says i haven’t?)

    #13 | Comment by Justin — March 22, 2003 @ 12:52 pm

  14. Oh, ok… so its from the Matrix…

    To be completely honest with all of you, I didn’t like the original Matrix movie, for these reasons:

    -Horrible Acting

    -Horrible Dialogue

    -I remember when the movie came out, people were saying how it was such a fascinating story, and how they left thinking about the world around them… I wasn’t… For one, I had already seen a far more superior film on What is and isn’t reality and not knowing if you ever existed in one of my favourite films, "Abre los Ojos" by Alejandro Amenabar, and read a bit by Philip K. Dick, writer who inspired films like Blade Runner and Minority Report, so the topic really wasn’t new to me…

    Also, I think it was just a Watered Down American Mass Consumer of films like "Ghost in the Shell"(Granted a Anime, but the similarities are astounding) or "Blade Runner"

    -Sure, it had great special effects, but really, I think we are sophisticated enough to enjoy a film without, how can we enjoy a film in which the story actually revolves around the special effects. Sure, they did have a story and characters, but at the end of the day, it was all about the action scenes…

    And, the technology would have come sooner or later, so with or without The Matrix, at least one film would have made the camera revolve around its characters.

    -The over rated Hype it received was another issue for me… I guess I would have liked the film better if the build up wasn’t so big.

    -The clones… Now, every major action film released clones the Matrix in some shape or form… whether it is the special effects i mentioned before, the "Suppose" profound *giggle* message, or the Driving music in action scenes which is really a put down… and what ever happened to film scores? Nowadays all movies use Contemporary Pop music rather then scores, which is a real shame… think about it, when you listen to lets say the "Superman" song, don’t you still get that tingling sensation in your stomach? But, when you listen to lets say "Let the Bodies hit the Floor" what do you feel? It just isn’t the same…

    And finally, I hate anything with Keanu Reeves (I know Kung-Fu)… Im sorry… I just do… Sure, I know its Bias, but I just can resist the urge to cringe when he looks blankly at the camera.

    But, then again, this just MY opinion… take it as it is… the opinion of one person who may not have the intelligence to grasp The Matrix’s art or beauty… God Im going to get alot of heat for this…

    #14 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 1:16 pm

  15. Oh…

    Y RedEye, no creo que sea buena idea hablar de la novia de Justin de esa manera… se cuales fueron tus intenciones pero puede que el lo percibe de otra manera…

    No lo digo por nada en particular, ni para faltarte el respeto, solo que no quisiera que Justin lo tome de otra manera y se moleste contigo…

    #15 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 1:19 pm

  16. O quizas no…

    #16 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 1:20 pm

  17. Argh, you don’t like a movie I like and therefore I must hate you. *hate*

    Say what you will, but Hugo Weaving is fucking cool.

    #17 | Comment by Seriously — March 22, 2003 @ 1:40 pm

  18. I knew you would sooner or later Pete 😉

    #18 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 1:49 pm

  19. Justin,

    Touche! Your point about SMG is well made. So here’s to images of beautiful women no matter how they are created.

    (And btw – be careful with those. Remember poor Libby H. ;-0 )

    Y amigo mio,

    Muchas gacias por the advice, per algunos veces me gusta stepping out on a limb. 😉

    Now to the important issue: your critique of The Matrix. Eso no es una copia de Abre los Ojos! This is yet another retelling of Plato’s "cave analogy". (And a well read young man such as yourself should familiarize yourself with The Republic *rapido*.)

    In fact, I’ve always wanted to have a Plato’s Cave Film Festival. It would probably include:

    Dark City
    Abre los Ojos/Vanilla Sky
    The Others
    The Sixth Sense
    The Game
    Total Recall (Philip K. Dick again!)

    Not all of these are great films, but they all treat the same parable and are worth watching to experience it again in a different way.

    Now, as to your point about film scores, you couldn’t possibly be more correct. But since most of FUBARians probably don’t appreciate why Bach is a genius and nearly everything in pop music is neither singing nor even, technically speaking, music…I’ll leave off here…and wait for the flames to lick my post.

    #19 | Comment by RedEye — March 22, 2003 @ 5:52 pm

  20. Bach is a genius mainly to players, or at least moreso than to listeners I would think. When you play his music, it makes so much sense. I think you have to have the "insiders" perspective to really get Bach’s appeal.

    #20 | Comment by Seriously — March 22, 2003 @ 6:22 pm

  21. Or not, whatever.

    #21 | Comment by Seriously — March 22, 2003 @ 6:23 pm

  22. -RedEye

    I never really meant to say that The Matrix was a carbon copy of Abre los Ojos/Vanilla Sky, I just said it was a much superior film that touched the same subjects as The Matrix more elegantly and beautifully (At least thats what I meant to say, I apologize if it didnt come out the intended way)

    The Matrix isnt a terrible movie, just I didnt like it… but for water cooler purposes I will see the second and third

    And I guess I am not as well read as I thought I was… I have never read "The Republic"


    I suppose what you say is true to a extent… Bach for the most part can only be appreciated from a technical aspect, so only musicians and composers could fully appreciate him. I am not a classically trained musician, I play by ear the Drums, Bass and Guitar and I dont know how to read music, yet I still enjoy Bach, Mozart, and Beethoven… perhaps not to same extent as a person like Glory would, but nevertheless, I do.

    #22 | Comment by Guizhang — March 22, 2003 @ 6:56 pm

  23. Does anybody know of anywhere i can download The Final Flight of the Osiris. People on Kazaa have DreamCatcher but they dont have FFO. If anybody knows please email me.

    #23 | Comment by SpitFire — April 4, 2003 @ 3:23 pm

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