Wolverine in 30 Sekunden


(Youtube Direktaaaaaaah, via HYST)

Mehr als diese auf 30 Sekunden eingedampfte Fassung von Wolverine muss man nicht von diesem Film gesehen haben, denke ich.

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  2. christian s.

    und – im gegensatz zur deutschen kinoversion – auch noch ungeschnitten. sehr gut.

  3. mightymole

    ist das nicht der kerl aus dem queens of the stone age video “everybody knows that you’re insane”?…
    hmm, muss mal nachschauen.

  4. Jan

    Trauriger Weise trifft es das ziemlich gut.

  5. exeraland

    Der Hammer. Besser geht es nicht

  6. Achi

    ich dachte schon, das wird ein 5-seconds-movie abklatsch, aber sehr cool :)

  7. Mimikry

    Ich finde die Synchronisation auch viel besser als bei der deutschen Kinoversion.

  8. Mozzerino

    Ich hab jetzt grade so einen Lachanfall gekriegt, dass ich fast vom Stuhl gefallen wäre.
    Traurig eigentlich, wie treffend das doch ist.

  9. olaf

    :-DDD zu schön

  10. DarthFJ

    nice..und zeigt ansich wirklich alles^^ (daammn! Das is TF mugge ihr KUNDEN!)

  11. ChristiansFoyer

    hach, was wär’ ich glücklich aus’m Kino gekommen, wenn das tatsächlich der Film gewesen wär…
    wunderbare Verarsche des jackman’schen Unterhemd-rumbrüll-geposes

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