This was not Outbreak, the similarly-titled, temporally-coinciding 1995 movie about a virus outbreak. This was a bog-standard shoot-em-up with as many misogynist nicknames for the lead female protagonist as there were bullets in the male protagonist by the end of the film. Also, it was apparently sponsored by Pepsi, but we didn’t see any product placements so we decided Pepsi must be one of the ingredients in the doomsday virus McGuffin.
Watch for the guy who could have been Bret Hart’s body double.
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Every month-ish, some nerdy atheisty sciencey types, including Yours Truly, hang out on Twitter and watch the same movie at the same time. We all tweet our snarks about said movie directly at a Twitter user we built, and a few of us computerey nerd-types including Yours Truly pull all those tweets into logs for your enjoyment. We call our creation…
Here’s our upcoming schedule. You can also subscribe to the iCal file.
We’ve done quite a few of these so far. Here’s an archive of what we have in digital form.
Subtitle files provided by the inestimable and ineffable Sky Captain of the blogosphere, CompulsoryAccount7746. Huge thanks for all his hard work and scripting support — he has pitched in in innumerable ways, even when I didn’t realize I could use the help. As backup when I have needed it, I could not ask for a better Mysterious Stranger.
To use the subtitle files, choose the appropriate — colorized by tweeter, or all white — then download it. Rename it to the exact same name as the movie file you have downloaded, and change the extension to .srt (they’re all uploaded as .txt right now). Use VLC to play the movie, and VLC should automatically use the subtitle file for you.
(Hahaha, who am I kidding, I don’t have time to pull together a statistics parser.)