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Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

I think I gave up on Born on the Fourth of July before I got to the end (maybe I did see it to the end, I don't remember anymore - I do remember some of the parts where he's at a protest in his wheelchair later on "People say if you don't love America then get the hell out. Well, I love America and I'm not leaving" or something like that) and only saw the last part of Any Given Sunday, so I guess I'd have to give it to the only OS movie I've seen the whole thing of, which was Alexander. It was okay, and Rosario Dawson is HAWT, but having not seen any other OS movies I have to give it up for that one.

Favorite Albert Hitchcock movie?


North by Northwest.

Go from Vertigo to The Beastmaster in 6 jumps or less?

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Vertigo starred Barbara Bel Geddes
who was on "Dallas" with Charlene Tilton
who was on "The Love Boat" with Gavin Macleod
who was on "The Love Boat" with Tanya Roberts
who was in the Beastmaster

Or, for almost all movies rather than TV:

Barbara Bel Geddes was in Vertigo
and was also on "Dallas" with Linda Gray
who was in Oscar with Ornella Muti
who was in Flash Gordon with Timothy Dalton
who was in The Living Daylights with Desmond Llewellyn
who was in A View to a Kill with Tanya Roberts
who was in The Beastmaster

If no TV shows are allowed, the question stands.

Top 3 movie soundtracks?

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Jason Nelson wrote:


Top 3 movie soundtracks?

Singles

O' Brother where art thou
Superfly

Best musical artist(s) to open a James Bond film?


Tom Jones singing "Thunderball."
Worst musical artist(s) for James Bond opening credits?

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Kirth Gersen wrote:

Tom Jones singing "Thunderball."

Worst musical artist(s) for James Bond opening credits?

I am going with Sheryl Crow and Tomorrow Never Dies. Its my least favorite Bond everything. No scratch that the one with Halle Berry is the worst Bond movie but Tomorrow never dies is right behind it.

Favorite Jonathan Pryce role?

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Mr. Dark, in Something Wicked This Way Comes.

Favorite non-Monty Python movie featuring a Monty Python alum (including their role in the movie)?


A Fish Called Wanda, with John Cleese as a bumbling lawyer, and Michael Palin as an animal-loving bank-robber.

Come to think of it... favourite Monty Python-movie?

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Life of Brian
Favorite of the 'classic epic movies'?


Would you care to more narrowly define the question.

My initial answer is The Great Escape.

If this answer is acceptable, then:

Favorite character from The Great Escape AND favorite other movie that actor was in.

For example, Blythe the Forger, Halloween.


Charles Bronson - Death Wish

Favorite vigilante movie?

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Stiehl9s wrote:

Charles Bronson - Death Wish

Favorite vigilante movie?

I am going to go with Batman Begins. I have to give The Exterminator 2 honorable mention.

Best graphic novel adaption to film?


Batman - The Dark Knight.

Worst movie mangling of an otherwise successful non-movie intellectual property?


Pan wrote:
I am going with Tomorrow Never Dies. Its my least favorite Bond everything.

I loved that movie!

"Believe me, I could shoot you from Stuttgart and still create the desired effect!"


Super Mario Bros. Bob Hoskins still haven't recovered.

Favourite non-dystopian science-fiction movie set in our own solar system?


I was going to say Demolition Man, but that was pretty dystopian despite being a comedy, so I guess I'll have to pass.
Question stands.


For dystopian I would have answered with Equilibrium

but for non I guess Blade Runner

Best video game to movie translation?

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Stiehl9s wrote:

For dystopian I would have answered with Equilibrium

but for non I guess Blade Runner

Best video game to movie translation?

Silent Hill

Favorite Uwe Bol film?

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Pan wrote:
I am going with Tomorrow Never Dies. Its my least favorite Bond everything.

I loved that movie!

"Believe me, I could shoot you from Stuttgart and still create the desired effect!"

I dont know the whole thing was so corny even for a Bond film. I did enjoy it it was Bond after all.


Pan wrote:
I dont know the whole thing was so corny even for a Bond film.

"Do you expect me to talk, Goldfinger?"

"No -- I expect you to die!"

James Bond movies are ALL ABOUT being cornball. They pretty much always have been. Diamonds are Forever has the cutesy psycho pool-party girls. Moonraker has a Star Wars laser gun fight in space and a guy with metal teeth. I could go on all day!


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Pan wrote:


Favorite Uwe Bol film?

Wow. That's like asking what's your favorite way to be kicked in the balls with a steeled toe boot.

Can you even call what Uwe Bol does filmmaking? I guess if you can legitimately call FATAL an RPG you can.

I have unwillingly sat through 3 uwe Bol movies and if I have it my way I will sit through no more. Of those movies Dungeon Siege was the one that least made me want to PUNCH A HOLE IN THE UNIVERSE for committing a crime against SANITY in allowing these movies to exist.

Favorite Ray Liotta film?

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Hannibal - Is it me, or does his lobotomy in the movie seem like it is his natural state of acting?

Which is your favorite "Hannibal the Cannibal" movie.


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Hannibal - Is it me, or does his lobotomy in the movie seem like it is his natural state of acting?

Which is your favorite "Hannibal the Cannibal" movie.

Nah, Ray Liotta is a pretty solid actor. He's pretty damn great in Something Wild and Goodfellas (which are my two favorite films of his).

I'm torn on the Hannibal the Cannibal thing because while I really like Silence of the Lambs I think that Brian Cox is EXCELLENT as Lektor in Michael Mann's MANHUNTER. It's because he seems so reasonable and normal that when he does what he does in the scene after he meets with Will Graham makes him so much more horrific.

Despite the fact that I dont think that Brett Ratner is much of a filmmaker I also liked Red Dragon.

But to answer your Question I'd have to go with Silence of the Lambs as my favorite.


ShinHakkaider wrote:
I think that Brian Cox is EXCELLENT as Lektor in Michael Mann's MANHUNTER. It's because he seems so reasonable and normal that when he does what he does in the scene after he meets with Will Graham makes him so much more horrific.

Yeah, I always thought Hopkins was too over-the-top Broadway theatrical to be convincing. Cox as Lecter scared the hell out of me.

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I also agree Manhunter was the best Hannibal.

Shin, the question is in your court.


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Favorite movie with Scott Glenn? (Mine being a toss up between a movie he did with Frankenhiemer called The Challenge (with Toshiro Mifune) and Silverado)

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Hunt for Red October

Favorite Sean Connery movie/role that's not a Bond film?


Zardoz!

*Ducks and runs.*

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I remember that movie. I liked it, athough the very end made little sense.

That being said, I like his portrayal of Henry Jones Sr.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

I've never seen the "Sean in a big diaper" movie and I probably never will. Nonetheless, Mr. Hitdice has the question. Bring it on!


Jason Nelson wrote:
Favorite Sean Connery movie/role that's not a Bond film?

The Man Who Would Be King, no question about it -- that movie is awesome!


That was in no way a serious answer (probably would have said Marnie) but here goes:

Favorite foreign film that's not a foreign language film? (Take that, Academy!)

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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Was there ever a movie that was based off of a book that was better than its book counterpart?

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Tirq wrote:

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Was there ever a movie that was based off of a book that was better than its book counterpart?

Ill say Stand by Me based on the body a short by Stephen King.

First movie you ever purchased on VHS?


I think it was A Life Less Ordinary - my first glimpse of Cameron Diaz, in an assymetric swimsuit, walking along a swimming pool. Rrrow!

Last movie you purchased on VHS?


To Kill A Mockingbird.
(It was for a school teaching project... it was a complete waste of time and personal funds given the school promptly got rid of VHS players afterwards.)

Favorite Black and White film?

The Exchange

It's a wonderful life.

Yes I am a sap and I know it.

Best movie you love to hate?


Zoolander it drives me nuts everytime I watch it and yet i keep putting it back in the PS3.

Favorite movie with Chistopher Walkin in a supporting role?


Crimson Jester wrote:
Best movie you love to hate?

Starship Troopers is a personal favorite for this personally

Favourite Chris Walken Movie: The Deer Hunter

Favourite Vietnam War Movie?


Can I pick Deer Hunter again?

If so, favourite Agatha Christie movie?

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Tirq wrote:

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

Was there ever a movie that was based off of a book that was better than its book counterpart?

As an out-of-sequence comment, I liked the movie of Hunt for Red October better than the book, perhaps because I saw it before reading it.


Tirq wrote:
Was there ever a movie that was based off of a book that was better than its book counterpart?
  • Michael Mann's Last of the Mohicans (1992)
  • David Cronenberg's The Dead Zone (1983) -- with Chris Walken!
  • Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980)

    Just to name three. It's coincidence that two of them are from Stephen King books, because most King book adaptations on film just SUCK.


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    Kirth Gersen wrote:
    Tirq wrote:
    Was there ever a movie that was based off of a book that was better than its book counterpart?
  • Michael Mann's Last of the Mohicans (1992)
  • David Cronenberg's The Dead Zone (1983) -- with Chris Walken!
  • Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980)

    Just to name three. It's coincidence that two of them are from Stephen King books, because most King book adaptations on film just SUCK.

  • See, I saw the kubrick version of THE SHINING before I read the book and loved it. Then I read the book in 10th Grade and now I completley discard the movie.


    Kajehase wrote:

    Can I pick Deer Hunter again?

    If so, favourite Agatha Christie movie?

    I did a bunch of Agatha Christie when I was younger, but all I really remember is the book Ten Little Indians and some Hercules Poirot scenes. But, since no one else is going to answer:

    Murder on the Orient Express

    What's your favorite Lumet film?


    ShinHakkaider wrote:
    See, I saw the kubrick version of THE SHINING before I read the book and loved it. Then I read the book in 10th Grade and now I completley discard the movie.

    Interesting. I saw the movie, thought it was just OK, read the book and loved it, then saw the movie again and said, "Wow, this is way better than I remember it being!" Stuff like the steady-cam tracking of the Big Wheel, and the creepy little girls, or the fact that Nicholson is always in front of a mirror or other reflective surface when he sees ghosts (and then finally the "REDRUM" in the mirror that Shelly Duvall sees) -- these are things you can't capture in print even if you wanted to. Kubrick changed the story a lot in order to focus on the actors' stengths and the visual medium, and it works.

    And besides, the movie has Scatman Crothers in it, which automatically makes it better than the book!


    Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
    What's your favorite Lumet film?

    12 Angry Men -- I'm a sucker for Henry Fonda movies, and I thought Serpico sort of dragged and didn't really showcase what Pacino could do as an actor.

    .
    Favorite Pacino scene, in any movie?
    Mine is when he and DeNero pull off the highway in Heat and hang out at the diner. The rest of that movie I could take or leave.

    Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

    I enjoyed his "Eff You, God" speech in The Devil's Advocate.

    Favorite superheroic scene in a superhero movie (as in, scene of them doing SUPERHERO stuff, not other romantic, comedic, or character development things they do in their secret identity).


    So... sick... of... superhero/comic book... movies...


    Sorry, just the glut of them in recent years is starting to get to me! Pray continue with the thread, good sirs!

    Scarab Sages

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    In Superman Returns, when he catches the plane just before it crashes into the baseball stadium.

    Who played the best Perry White?

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