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More on K-19 and a far better picture!!!

Aha, Harry here... and the spies in Halifax are still coming through! Here's a photo that appeared in today's edition of the Halifax Herald as sent in by JP! K-19 could end up being a great film. With Harrison Ford and Liam Neeson.... With Kathryn Bigelow's direction... there is a chance this could be great.... the story is there, but is the script... We are still in the silent running category in regards to the script quality... But we're running deep in pursuit! Stay tuned... Ping................ Ping........

To Read the entire Article from the Halifax Herald... CLICK HERE!!!

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  • Jan. 16, 2001, 3:56 p.m. CST

    I'll look like a moron, but I could be first

    by Celedhring

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 3:59 p.m. CST

    It's cool...

    by jss

    Seeing my shitty province get so much coverage :)

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4 p.m. CST

    I was first

    by Celedhring

    Well, before some beloved fellow talbacker makes the cheap go and says "you still look like a moron" I'm going to piss him off and say it here "I look like a moron". Now on the movie. Well, submarine movies can be quite cool (Das Boot anyone?). Heck, even Crimson Tide was quite watchable. But as much as Bigelow can pull interesting visuals, I don't know if she can pull the rather quiet, sober style I think a submarine movie needs. And The Weight of Water was crap. a beautiful looking one, yeah, but crap nonetheless.

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4:11 p.m. CST

    I agree

    by Haligonian

    Your right J.S.S., it is strange to see it get so much coverage. I have the Herald for my homepage to keep up events at home while i am away, and this is the first interesting thing i have seen. I never thought I would see it as a link on AICN.

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4:14 p.m. CST

    habour fun

    by OOBE

    In his book The Sex Chronicles Lance Rancier outlines an extremely dangerous act once practiced by Asian prostitutes: [Japanese prostitutes working] in the Hong Kong harbor offered the ultimate pleasure to a man. The service was expensive to the man and dangerous to the woman. The Sampan girl, working in a boat, leaned over the side of the boat and ducked her head into the water. The customer entered her from behind, experiencing exquisite va91nal spasms around his p3n1s as the woman reacted to her near drowning. She pulled herself out of the water just before she lost consciousness, usually after the client had experienced an intense orgasm. Needless to say, you can't really do this on a submarine!!!

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4:19 p.m. CST

    Hey, Celedhring --

    by Mr_Intimidation

    -- you still look like -- Oh, damn you to hell! *sigh* You know, it used to be much more fun when the 'first' folks were all a bunch of idiots. I miss those days ...

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4:52 p.m. CST

    One half degree down bubble Mister!

    by Pepperseed

    I love submarinespeak. Harrison, Liam, and submarines: I'm there!

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 4:58 p.m. CST

    Quiet, sober style?

    by Airchinapilot

    Uh, "Crimson Tide" had a quiet sober style? Whoever posted it, I think you have a case of the bends. Quiet sober style and a Bruckheimer / Simpson production don't belong in the same thought together.

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 5:11 p.m. CST

    I meant "good" submarine movies

    by Celedhring

    Like Das Boot. Crimson Tide was watchable at its best, but from this movie and the talent involved I expect way more. And sure you do, also.

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 7:15 p.m. CST

    Halifax - A clean quiet place.

    by Gensanova

    Hey, the city looks pretty cool in this pic. The sub looks neat too. These are my opinions.

  • Jan. 16, 2001, 7:46 p.m. CST


    by jfantastic

    Who needs another submarine movie? How many times do I have to watch people listen to a sonar signal getting closer, or be still so the enemy sub won't hear them, or have the sub lose power and sink down until it almost bursts? Oh and what's the deal with Liam Neeson? Is it me or is this guy just not as liked as you would think based on all the movies he's doing? I'll answer that... it's not me.

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 1:05 a.m. CST

    Submarine at bargain price

    by tbrosz

    This appears to be the decommissioned Russian surplus submarine that was available on e-bay a few months back. It would have been yours for about $1 million, and something to tow it out of Florida, where it was a tourist attraction. Looks like the K-19 people scored a coup, and saved themselves a hell of a lot of money!

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 7:06 a.m. CST

    heh heh, Halifax is funny...

    by narf

    I spent most of my life in Halifax until recently, so it's kind of funny to see pictures of movies being shot there. All the scenes above deck on Bill Paxton's ship in Titanic were shot right there in that harbour (on the left side out of frame). Cameron just matted out all the city in the background. Unfortunately, one of my wacky East Coast brethern was kind enough to spike a big seafood chowder for the crew with PCP, sending countless people to the hospital. More importantly, Halifax is a lot like Springfield on the Simpsons. If the filmmakers need a building to film in, the city will forcibly evacuate all of downtown. If any species of animal bothers the cast, Halifax will have it wiped out! It's a quirky little place with tries a bit too hard to be touristy sometimes (we'll just CRAM the quaintness down your throat!) but overall, a nice place to live. Unless you want to make more than 21,000 a year or keep a job long enough to retire.

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 8:02 a.m. CST


    by jss

    Narf is so right. You can't really make any decent money here. The people seem kind of Snobish, or anti social as well. That's exactly why I'm moving, the economy is sooo bloody bad.

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 8:24 a.m. CST

    sub photo

    by flanner

    Sub in photo is a diesel powered "Juliet" class which carries four cruise missiles in it's hull casing. K-19 was an atomic powered "Hotel class that carried three ballistic missiles in it's conning tower... they may need a little work here,but at least it IS Russian. they may

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 10:01 a.m. CST

    Which Halifax?

    by haliwhich

    Narf and JSS, which Halifax are you talking about? People snobbish? Bad economy? I'm a 28 year old making 70,000, with no ceiling in sight. I think it might depend on what kind of work you're trained for. And come on, everyone knows Eastern Canada has some of the friendliest, most hospitable people around.

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 11:21 a.m. CST

    Which Halifax? This Halifax:

    by narf

    The Halifax I know is the one that spray-painted the grass green when Charles and Diana visited; The one that built up the downtown core which included a beautiful International Cafe for the G-7 political summit, then promptly tore it down and put up a fenced up empty lot in its place when the G-7 ended; The one that promotes toruism all year round, even in the winter by constantly telling people that its citizens are all a bunch of illiterate fishermen; And the one that employs exactly ONE person who makes $70,000 a year, when the minimum wage is almost the lowest in Canada. Did I forget the slow death of the downtown core and the lack of parking? But we do lead the pack in smokers! And Halifax has more bars in a 5-block radius than most cities have all together. Oh yeah, and the bus system, which raises prices constantly while cutting service. Shall I go on?

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 11:36 a.m. CST

    Oh, that Halifax

    by haliwhich

    You've clearly got some issues with Halifax. I had no intention of picking at a sore spot, and I know we're straying from the point of this talkback, so I'm not gonna jump all over your points (whether successfully or not). I hope wherever you relocate(d) to better meets your expectations. I know I love it here, but I gotta go - me and my girlfriend (makes 65k) who bought a beatiful 4 bdrm house overlooking the water (for only 94k) are going for drinks with some of our other painfully overpaid friends at one of the many bars in the downtown core. :-)

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 12:46 p.m. CST

    As Steve Murphy on the ATV 6:00 news would say:

    by narf

    How does it affect us here in the Maritimes? For the record, I did move away and make gobs more money than I did in Halifax. For the record again, I probably was being a bit harsh on my old home town. I dunno, something about Halifax just makes me so damn mad sometimes.

  • Jan. 17, 2001, 7:34 p.m. CST

    HA!!! lifax

    by Gensanova

    My god this is funny! Steve Murphy...Now there's a celebrity. Man, I love Halifax too. It's great. It's like having the advantages of being in a city without the crime. I've been to cities all over Canada, but Halifax is the nicest. However I can see Narf's points too. That Springfield analogy is hilarious. It's like how we're STILL trying to milk Titanic. Ah well.