I've been asking myself (and my friends) this question for ages. After a long debate/discussion, we agreed that they would not shoot each other, and would instead become fast friends. It ending in a bar is incredibly likely.
Awesome creativity. These two are so much alike they would end up in a bar for sure. Love the smirk they both have knowing neither would back down. Great detail in their outfits and variations for each.
I'm reluctant to because what I remember of something I saw of it, it seemed like it was more of a teenage angst show. I don't mind drama, but when it's used to help keep the show afloat, it bothers me. Is that a correct assumption?
Definitely not. I'm not sure what part you might have caught but I actually had similar reservations based off of seeing a part of the movie without having ever seen the show. I'm 29 and definitely not into the teen angst stuff either. I just watched the entire series from start to finish in the last couple of weeks and fell in love from the first episode.
I see why I haven't checked it out ... I just went to Amazon and read the write-up. While the story sounds interesting, it was created by Josh Whedon who did Buffy and Angel, two shows I cannot stand. I'm still hesitant because of that fact.
Again, I had the same reservations. I was never even able to make it through one full episode of those shows. Keep in mind that show was a huge success among the demographic it was geared toward (clearly not you or I) but Firefly is not aimed at the same crowd by any means. He was also responsible for a lot of great things ranging from Toy Story to The Avengers (not to mention Dr Horrible's Sing Along Blog.) I don't think you will be disappointed.
You are the only person who has explained it to me like this. I have had people tell me "Just watch the show!" which usually turns me off faster than a naked picture of Rosanne Barr or Rosie O'Donnel. I appreciate the fact that you said that he is responsible for things I actually like ... which goes to show he's got a wider range of movies and shows and a much more experience in a director than I gave him credit for.
Gladly. Maybe it's because I just watched it so recently and I still have that fever that makes me want to tell everyone about it. If you watch the first episode and don't enjoy it then I will give you a written apology so long as you also agree to let me know if you DO enjoy it. Funny you made the reference about Roseanne, Joss Whedon also wrote for that show way back in a day.
The ending I see for this is the purple-bellies or stormtroopers barging in and rindering the stand-off moot as they swing round and open fire on the real bad guys the real question this brings up for me as is which is more effective, Blaster fire or a bullet to the brain Pan? I say Mal wins as ppl in the SW verse tended to miss ALOT. Altough they'd both be out matched(atleast in pure skill) by Brisco County JR. Keep up the good work and I hope you do more art with the Firefly verse, as it's my favorite show.
Mal: "What the hell were we arguing about anyway?" Han: "Space trash contracts. Wanna beer?" Mal: "You buying?" Han: "Your turn,buddy." Mal: "There is nothing that can't be settled over a brew. So, how's things in your empire?" Han: "Blew up another Deathstar last week, same weakness in every one built." Mal: "Yeah, same sh*t, different day at the Alliance, none of 'em could buy a clue."