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#267 - anon
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(11/12/2013) [-]
Damn feels
#252 - aliksander
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Dis pert maks me crii evertim.... srusly
#244 - totalcrinos
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Even with the fact that Jenni was a colossal bitch, I had feelings with a lot of scenes of the movie(including this one) specially when Forest is talking to Jen grave.......
#235 - redtable
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(08/19/2013) [-]
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#223 - anon
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(08/19/2013) [-]
You need to login to view this link So I think i found the best forrest gump merchandise ever.
#188 - leonjoker
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I will forever consider Forrest Gump to be the best movie of all time. Everything from the acting to the writing to the directing to the music and everything else in this movie is perfect. If you haven't watched this, go do it, it's a classic and you won't be dissappointed.
#156 - danyoung
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Feels
#153 - sierramistfourteen
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(08/19/2013) [-]
first movie to give me the feels
first movie to give me the feels
#100 - irmcmuffin
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Tom Hanks Is An Asshole - Drunk Texts to Myself - Trevor Moore (WKUK)
#99 - anon
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(08/19/2013) [-]
but since his son is played by Haley Joel Osment a.k.a fruitcake...and add that fact to what this content said...

MERRY ******* CHRISTMAS!!
#97 - sedativechunk
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I'm really happy for you Forest Gump and Imma let you finish, but Apollo 13 is the best Tom Hanks movie of all time, of ALL TIME!
#108 to #97 - anon
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Go die.
#58 - martiortiftw
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Forrest Gump is the only movie that could have beaten Pulp Fiction for the Oscars; because any other movie of that year wasnt as good as those two
#246 - ronnnycombo
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I remember the first time I saw Forest Gump on the televsion or maybe a video. I think it was before the times of DVD, so yes probably a VHS. It could have been a Betamax had that format won out, but thats a different story!   
   
Anyway yes I inserted the video of Forest Gump into the VHS machine and I was greeted by a black screen. There was some picture rolling occurring so I adjusted the dials until the screen was steady again. After a few short ads for upcoming VHS attractions the film began.   
   
At this point I remember putting the film on pause because I was unsure whether I would need the toilet or not within the first 20 minutes or so. Of course no-body wants to miss the opening of such an epic film so I decided to take a trip to the bathroom then rather than later. I went upstairs and attempted to urinate into the toilet bowl below. I tried and tried again, but try as I might, I was unable to pass urine.   
   
I walked slowly back down the staires, slightly dejected at what had just occurred, but with the thought of Tom hanks giving a career best performance as the delightful retard Forrest Gump, in the fore of my young mind I quickly brightened up. Unlike the weather that day. Which was atrocious.   
   
I feel the beginning of he film set the tone for what was to follow; the westerly gust of wind (I think the high winds in our neighborhood came from the west that day too) blew a lonely feather over to Forrest. I sometimes wonder "Just where did that feather come from"  is it a dove, a pigeon or simply the stuffing from somebody's cushion or quilt stuffing, which maybe, slipped out of the bedroom window and happened to land within the vicinity of the films main protagonist and of course the guy we all love, ladies and gentleman I give you Forrest Gump
I remember the first time I saw Forest Gump on the televsion or maybe a video. I think it was before the times of DVD, so yes probably a VHS. It could have been a Betamax had that format won out, but thats a different story!

Anyway yes I inserted the video of Forest Gump into the VHS machine and I was greeted by a black screen. There was some picture rolling occurring so I adjusted the dials until the screen was steady again. After a few short ads for upcoming VHS attractions the film began.

At this point I remember putting the film on pause because I was unsure whether I would need the toilet or not within the first 20 minutes or so. Of course no-body wants to miss the opening of such an epic film so I decided to take a trip to the bathroom then rather than later. I went upstairs and attempted to urinate into the toilet bowl below. I tried and tried again, but try as I might, I was unable to pass urine.

I walked slowly back down the staires, slightly dejected at what had just occurred, but with the thought of Tom hanks giving a career best performance as the delightful retard Forrest Gump, in the fore of my young mind I quickly brightened up. Unlike the weather that day. Which was atrocious.

I feel the beginning of he film set the tone for what was to follow; the westerly gust of wind (I think the high winds in our neighborhood came from the west that day too) blew a lonely feather over to Forrest. I sometimes wonder "Just where did that feather come from" is it a dove, a pigeon or simply the stuffing from somebody's cushion or quilt stuffing, which maybe, slipped out of the bedroom window and happened to land within the vicinity of the films main protagonist and of course the guy we all love, ladies and gentleman I give you Forrest Gump
#254 to #246 - princethunderballs
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(08/19/2013) [-]
I've been on the internet too long, and I was just expected the deer's head in the gif to just explode as a bullet goes through it.
#220 - vycanismajoris
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(08/19/2013) [-]
No ******* ****.
#170 - ogvind
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Damnit, it's been like a month since the last Forrest Gump post, and i STILL haven't seen it.. damn i'm lazy...
#62 - Urfriedrice
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(08/19/2013) [-]
Watch the video clip provided in the thread. He never questioned if his son was different , like him. He just asked if his son was smart.
#136 - donaldducksdick
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