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The Movie Game


Movies

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Grand Lodge

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Well Doodlebug you are right the best Donald Pleasance movies have been already represented with the best of all The Great Escape, and then Escape From New York. Halloween is a good choice too. But let's go with Oracle Jones in the Hallelujah Trail.

Best Western that made you smile or laugh, that is not Blazing Saddles?

Later,

Mazra

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

Actually, the remake of True Grit had some very funny moments, the conversation between Haylee Standfield and the horse-merchant near the beginning of the movie coming immediately to mind as making me laugh.

Movie that you went into thinking it would be a funny comedy but, while it may have had funny moments, turned out to be more sad or bittersweet?


Muriel's Wedding

Favourite Australian movie.


Flirting

Favorite Nicole Kidman flick?


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Flirting

Favorite Nicole Kidman flick?

Dead Calm.

First movie you remember seeing Sam Neil in?

Spoiler:
For me it was Omen III: The Final Conflict


Children of the Revolution

Spoiler:
I might be lying. Go ahead, call shenanigans, I dare you!!

Faves ever Judy Davis role?


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Children of the Revolution

** spoiler omitted **

Faves ever Judy Davis role?

Re: Sam Neill. You didn't see Jurassic Park or The Hunt for Red October? or In the mouth of Madness or The Piano?

Sovereign Court Star Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2014

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Children of the Revolution

** spoiler omitted **

Faves ever Judy Davis role?

Barton Fink

Bigger draw for you, John Turturro or John Goodman?

Star Voter 2013

John Goodman

And thinking of Johns Favorite Scene from Uncle Buck featuring John Candy?

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

Oh my goodness, so many to choose from. I *LOVE* Uncle Buck.

I especially love Buck's interactions with Bug, so I think I'll have to go with this one:

Buck: Well, well, well, they certainly are scraping the bottom of the barrel for cheerleaders these days.
Tia: What are you doing here?
Buck: We were just driving by to get some ice cream. Thought you might like to join us.
Tia: I said I would be home at 10. It's not even 9!
Buck: Who said anything about that? I thought you might like to join us for some ice cream. Maybe your Bug here can join us. We can talk about burying the hatchet. You know what a hatchet is, don't you, Bug?
Bug: It's an ax?
Buck: Sort of, yeah, yeah. I got one in my car if you'd like to see it.
Bug: I'll pass.
Buck: Fair enough. I like to carry it, you never know when your going to need it. A situation may come up say for example, someone has been drinking, and about to drive a loved one home, then I'd like to know I have it. Not to kill, no. Just to maim. Take a little off the shoulder. Swish! The elbow. Slash! Shave a little meat off the old kneecap. Fowap! Ooooo! You got both kneecaps? I like to keep mine razor sharp. Sharp enough you can shave with it. Why I've been known to circumcise a gnat. You're not a gnat are you, Bug? Wait a minute, bug, gnat. Is there a little similarity? Whoa, I think there is! Ha ha ha. You understand what I'm talking about? I don't think you do. I'll be right back. Heh heh heh heh.
[walks away]
Tia: I'm sorry.
Bug: Look, I think you'd better split. I don't exactly want him to go berserk with an ax on me.
Tia: He's all talk.
[Buck pulls out a small hatchet from his car]
Buck: Here it is! Come over, come on, I want to show it to you. Maybe later. Okay.

Spoiler:
That exchange was a narrow winner over a bunch of other great moments, including:

Buck Russell: I don't think I want to know a six-year-old who isn't a dreamer, or a sillyheart. And I sure don't want to know one who takes their student career seriously. I don't have a college degree. I don't even have a job. But I know a good kid when I see one. Because they're ALL good kids, until dried-out, brain-dead skags like you drag them down and convince them they're no good. You so much as scowl at my niece, or any other kid in this school, and I hear about it, and I'm coming looking for you!
[of Anita's mole]
Buck Russell: Take this quarter, go downtown, and have a rat gnaw that thing off your face! Good day to you, madam.

and

Buck Russell: Do you think she hates me?
Maisy Russell: With a passion.
Buck Russell: Really? Do you think it's the hat?
Maisy Russell: No.
Buck Russell: No? A lot of people hate this hat. It angers a lot of people, just the sight of it. Ah, I'll tell you a story about that on the way to school.

and, getting back to Bug:

[Buck's beat-up old car pulls up]
Bug: Ever hear of a tune-up? Hee hee hee hee hee.
Buck: Ah, heh heh heh. Ever hear of a ritual killing? Ah, heh heh heh heh heh
Bug: I don't get it.
Buck: You gnaw on her face in public like that again and you'll be one. Ah, heh heh heh heh!

Favorite John Candy movie/role?


The polka band band leader in Home Alone

Favourite Joe Pesci movie?


ShinHakkaider wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Children of the Revolution

** spoiler omitted **

Faves ever Judy Davis role?

Re: Sam Neill. You didn't see Jurassic Park or The Hunt for Red October? or In the mouth of Madness or The Piano?

I might've seen The Hunt for Red October first. What a sad movie.


Kajehase wrote:

The polka band band leader in Home Alone

Favourite Joe Pesci movie?

GoodFellas for the obviousity.

Faves Ray Liotta performance besides the above?

Star Voter 2013

Shoeless Joe in field of dreams.

Favorite sports comedy?


Offside or the British (original) version of Fever Pitch.

Favourite soccer movie?

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

Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
ShinHakkaider wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Children of the Revolution

** spoiler omitted **

Faves ever Judy Davis role?

Re: Sam Neill. You didn't see Jurassic Park or The Hunt for Red October? or In the mouth of Madness or The Piano?
I might've seen The Hunt for Red October first. What a sad movie.

I would have liked to have seen... Montana. :(

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

Apropos of the question, I haven't seen that many soccer movies, so I'll pick one I saw on a long plane flight and thought was pretty good: The Greatest Game Ever Played

Favorite hockey movie that isn't Slap Shot?


That's preposterous! All other hockey movies pale to insignificance compared to Slapshot!

But... I guess Mystery, Alaska was okay. Certainly better than those Mighty Ducks movies.

Favourite Paul Newman movie?

Grand Lodge

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The Sting

Favorite movie where poker is played.


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Cincinatti Kid

Favourite Steve McQueen movie?

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

Kajehase wrote:

That's preposterous! All other hockey movies pale to insignificance compared to Slapshot!

But... I guess Mystery, Alaska was okay. Certainly better than those Mighty Ducks movies.

Favourite Paul Newman movie?

Myself, I'd have gone with Miracle. :)

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

Papillon

Favorite "prison break" movie, other than the above, where the people are breaking out of some kind of imprisonment other than a traditional prison.


Jason Nelson wrote:
Kajehase wrote:

That's preposterous! All other hockey movies pale to insignificance compared to Slapshot!

But... I guess Mystery, Alaska was okay. Certainly better than those Mighty Ducks movies.

Favourite Paul Newman movie?

Myself, I'd have gone with Miracle. :)

Can't like a movie where Sweden only get a draw. ;)

Grand Lodge

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Jason Nelson wrote:

Papillon

Favorite "prison break" movie, other than the above, where the people are breaking out of some kind of imprisonment other than a traditional prison.

No Escape. Escape from New York a very close second.

Favorite Stuart Wilson movie other than No Escape?

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

The Mask of Zorro

Favorite Antonio Banderas movie/role other than the above?

Star Voter 2013

Puss in boots from the Shrek Series.

Favorite Actor who has been multiple characters in one movie other than Eddie murphy?

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

Mike Myers in So I Married An Axe Murderer

Favorite movie with "murder" (or a variation like murdered or murderer) in the title?

Scarab Sages

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ShinHakkaider wrote:
Charles Scholz wrote:

The Godfather.

Go from Nicolas Cage to Anjelina Jolie in five steps or less.

This is just off the top of my head, and I hated this movie, but weren't they BOTH in the GONE IN 60 SECONDS remake?

Sorry, never saw the movie. My bad.

Scarab Sages

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Jason Nelson wrote:

Mike Myers in So I Married An Axe Murderer

Favorite movie with "murder" (or a variation like murdered or murderer) in the title?

Murder by Death.

Favorite Movie Detective?


Charles Scholz wrote:

Favorite Movie Detective?

Bogart as Sam Spade in "The Maltese Falcon" (close second: Gould as Philip Marlowe in "The Long Goodbye").

Favorite movie with goodbye, farewell, or some similar synonym in the title?


Farewell My Concubine

Anyone else there have a thing for Gong Li? And if so, faves Gong Li movie?


The Long Goodbye

I should get back to doing trailers.

Grand Lodge

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Farewell My Concubine

Anyone else there have a thing for Gong Li? And if so, faves Gong Li movie?

Farewell My Concubine (I know it was picked for another answer, but it is my favorite Gong Li movie.) Raise the Red Lantern is second.

Favorite Asian movie dubbed in English?


Infernal Affairs, a tour-de-force of suspense starring the incredibly talented Tony Leung Chiu-Wai (and which Hollywood idiotically and inexcusably remade with Leonardo diCaprio). Trailer for Doodlebug. The sequels sort of sucked, but the original is one of my all-time favorites.

EDIT: I'd watch in Cantonese with the English subtitles, but if you're an idiot, you could watch a dubbed version instead.

Favorite undercover cop movie?


The Departed is an awesome movie to watch if you're nostalgic for Boston. Every other scene is like--ooh, I got high there!

EDIT: And there's Kirth being all diplomatic again.

EDIT II: Back to The Departed--so DiCaprio's father in the movie was a ramp rat at Logan. When I saw the film, I was a ramp rat at Logan. When it got to the scene where Nicholson ranted about DiCaprio, Sr. being a hump, I decided that I needed to expand my skill set, so I quit my job loading airplanes and embarked upon my exciting new career loading trucks!


I can't believe you don't talk about "The Town" and "Mystic River" like you do about "The Departed."

As far as movie locales, has anyone seen Ang Lee's The Ice Storm? I went to high school in New Canaan, CT -- had a job at the library they're standing in front of in one of the scenes. BTW, Lee really nailed the creepy, bizarre neuroses of the town.

EDIT: Apparently portions of both Age of Innocence and Scent of a Woman were filmed in Troy, NY, where I felt much more at home, but I haven't seen either movie, so the effect is sort of lost on me.


Never saw the The Town. A lot of Mystic River was shot in my old neighborhood in East Boston. I'd give it more points if it hadn't invented names for local geography and claimed that the Can-Tab in Cambridge, with its awesome bluegrass nights, was a cop bar.

But the scene where Tim Robbins claims that property taxes were too high and that the neighborhood needed a good crime wave? East Boston all the way, baby! When I moved there in 1996, we were paying $675 for a 2 bedroom. By 2008(ish--bubble bubble bubble!), prices had been jacked up to $1150--and that was after finding an apartment through a friend of a friend.

Spoiler:

That particular landlord was an old-school Italian East Bostonian who lived upstairs. He was nice enough, but I remember one evening he invited us up for drinks and started talking about how the neighborhood had gone to shiznit since all of the Guatemalans and Salvadorans moved in. (And, you know, we had MS13 roaming about attacking people with machetes and throwing burning cats through people's windows.) Then, he would get nostalgic about the old days--and start telling stories of Mafia hits at the King Arthur Lounge and acquaintances of his who ended up in the river with screwdrivers sticking out of their necks. !!!

I liked The Ice Storm.

EDIT: Boston in the movies and Teamster Power!--through the link and scroll down to "Marky Mark No More"


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

It was always like that when I talked with the old-timers about Troy.

Spoiler:
Our most famous citizen this century was the mobster, "Legs" Diamond; old people glorify his tommy-gunning, booze running, and nearby assassination (allegedly carried out by the Albany, NY police department) -- and then these same people gripe about the current "hoodlums" slinging crack and occasionally murdering a rival dealer, with a lot less collateral damage.

Sorry, guys, we got a little carried away.

Um, my favorite undercover cop movie is The Departed.

Favorite obscenity-laden tirade from a movie that depicts cursing as the beautiful artform that it is? And please link. :)


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Um, my favorite undercover cop movie is The Departed.

No fair! You said that just to spite me! But your question stands.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Um, my favorite undercover cop movie is The Departed.
No fair! You said that just to spite me!

Hee hee!


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Not an answer; just an appetizer, if you will.


Just for fun--I am going to add that it can't be a scene from The Big Lebowski 'cuz, well, you could just say the whole film.


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Like this?


Hee hee!

Kiddies, all of the above links should be marked NSFW!

Damn, I love that movie.


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Kiddies, all of the above links should be marked NSFW!

That's a big 10-4, good buddy.


It's a pity Life on Mars isn't a movie. Gene ("I know what it rhymes with") Hunt had some beautiful tirades.

Would Hugh Grant's repeated imprecation to the universe to, erm, 'engage in carnal activity' throughout the opening of Four Weddings and a Funeral count?


I only vaguely remember that, but sure!

Next question?


Favourite 70's cop movie?


Kajehase wrote:
Would Hugh Grant's repeated imprecation to the universe to, erm, 'engage in carnal activity' throughout the opening of Four Weddings and a Funeral count?

Yes! Especially when he's late and exclaims

Spoiler:
"Fuggity-fugg!"
. That movie, and Sense and Sensibility, are the only Hugh Grant movies I can stomach.
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