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Or this one?

Grand Lodge

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Mazra wrote:
The opening song "You Know My Name" by Chris Cornell (Soundgarden) in Casino Royale.

Cool! Thanks for making it linkified.

Osirion RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Kirth Gersen wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
What is your favorite fake musician/band from a movie?
If you mean a band that doesn't really exist outside of the movie, then This Is Spinal Tap wins hands-down.

That was more the direction I intended with "fake" musician/band - a band or musician that only exists in the movie, so Spinal Tap would count but KISS wouldn't. Even the Monkees, yes they were a "fake" band, but they did release music outside their show (and I think they did a movie as well). Wyld Stallyns - DEFINITELY!!

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In Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace, when Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan, Amidala, and the Naboo soldiers are marching through the hangar and the doors open and Darth Maul is standing there, to an epic brass variation on the open of "Duel of the Fates." Qui-Gon says, "We'll handle this," to which Amidala replies, "We'll take the long way around."

"Duel of the Fates" rises in the background as the Jedi advance and prep for battle and Darth Maul crouches and activates his double lightsaber. The music swells and battle is joined!

All. Time. Badass.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Or this one?

Yeah!


More awesome:

Travolta strutting down the sidewalk to "Stayin' Alive," or fantasizing about his upcoming night out to "Night Fever," in Saturday Night Fever.

Uncas' death, with that cool arrangement of Dougie's MacLean's "The Gael" playing in the background, in Mann's Last of the Mohicans.

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I have several, but I will only list four. I would provide links, but my computer and videos are not getting along at the moment and I don't want to give something dull.

LOTR: Return of the King - The Lighting of the Beacons

LOTR: Return of the King - The Ride of the Rohirrim

Hatari - Baby Elephant Walk

Bridge on the River Kwai - Theme

Osirion RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Oh. Hell. Yes. to the Lighting of the Beacons. An all-timer right there.


I have no recollection of that event, or that movie, at all, except for girly-boy shooting the poor elephants. Oh, and I remember it being REALLY long.

Osirion RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Really long, and the extended edition even longer, and every frame a joy!


I have this theory that if they'd added 30 minutes of Scouring of the Shire, not only would the (deleted from the theatrical version) Saruman death scene have sucked a lot less, but the end of the film would have actually felt shorter than it does now. I may be deranged, though.


My favorite music in a movie.

What's your favorite Daniel-Day Lewis movie that is not The Last of the Mohicans (looks at Kirth).

Grand Lodge

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Gangs of New York

What is you favorite Cameron Diaz movie?


Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
What's your favorite Daniel-Day Lewis movie that is not The Last of the Mohicans (looks at Kirth).

There Will Be Blood, no contest. (GoNY had Leonardo diCappuccino and is therefore disqualified right off the bat.) His performance in In the Name of the Father was very good, too.

I still need to see Age of Innocence, because parts were apparently filmed in Troy (see above).


A Life Less Ordinary - I don't care what the critics said, with Danny Boyle directing it, and a cast featuring Ewan MacGregor, Cameron Diaz, Ian Holm, Delroy Lindo, Holly Hunter, Ian McNeice, and (in a very small part) Tony Shalhoub, the worst you can get is a good movie.

Favourite Daniel Auteuil movie?


Mazra wrote:
What is you favorite Cameron Diaz movie?

Something About Mary. That movie was freaking hilarious.

I almost hate to admit it, but I like her in a lot of stuff: Being John Malkovitch, Very Bad Things, My Best Friend's Wedding (despite the odious presence of Shark-Mouth as co-star), et al. And Vanilla Sky made me want to never get into a car ever again.

EDIT: Ninja'd. If Daniel Auteueouille (or however you spell it) is the guy from Jean de Florette (or as I always call it to annoy my wife, "Gene of Flouride" -- it's one of her faves), then I vote that.

Favorite 3 French movies, and why?

Grand Lodge

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
(GoNY had Leonardo diCappuccino and is therefore disqualified right off the bat.)

I get your point. DiCaprio is not a favorite of mine either. It is just I was captivated by the intensity of Day-Lewis' role as Bill 'the butcher' Cutter. The fear he created was palpable.


Mazra wrote:
Kirth Gersen wrote:
(GoNY had Leonardo diCappuccino and is therefore disqualified right off the bat.)
I get your point. DiCaprio is not a favorite of mine either. It is just I was captivated by the intensity of Day-Lewis' role as Bill 'the butcher' Cutter. The fear he created was palpable.

Man, I wanted Amsterdam to take Bill's glass eye and start wearing it around; that would have had the exact mix of symbolism and creepiness to keep me satisfied. First time I've been disappointed by Scorsese on that, now that I think about it.

(Yes, I'm saying Bill should have scarred more than Amsterdam's cheek. /Ghoulish Glee)


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Favourite 3 French movies:

1) Bob le Flambeur. The best of the Nouvelle Vague movies in my opinion. Follows the formula of "a gun, and a girl" beautifully, has a nice homage to the American gangster movies that inspired it in a character obsessed with Humphrey Bogart, and a rather unexpected ending.

2) Huit Femmes François Ozon's best. Take 8 of the best French actresses from 3 generations, place them into an Agatha Christie-like murder mystery and add musical numbers. Si c'est bon? C'est merveilleux!

3)Cyrano de Bergerac: Depardieu is magnificent in the title role.

Edit: And what's so complicated about spelling Auteuil? It spelled the way it's spoken. ;)

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That wouldn't seriously be your next question, would it?


Sorry. Forgot.

Um... Favourite version of Cyrano de Bergerac? The Steve Martin version is an acceptable answer.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
I still need to see Age of Innocence, because parts were apparently filmed in Troy (see above).

I started re-watching that the other day and fell asleep, which is no reflection on the film and more a reflection on my daily schedule.

It's awesome!!! but the book is better.

I don't understand the DiCaprio hate. But then again, I never understood the Tom Cruise hate, either.

Grand Lodge

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It is not that I hate DiCaprio, it is he is often too 'boyish' in his looks and mannerism when an actor with more 'machismo' IMHO would have been better for the roles. Tom Cruise just comes across as a world-class jerk.

Speaking of jerk, I will pick Steve Martin in 'Roxanne' as my favourite version of 'Cyrano de Bergerac'.

What is your favourite Daryl Hannah movie that is not the obvious 'Blade Runner?


Gonna go with the second-most obvious: Splash.

Can you believe Jackson Browne used to lay his hands on her?!?

Favorite, uh, Tom Hanks movie?

Grand Lodge

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Gonna go with the second-most obvious: Splash.

What? Not the Kill Bills? ;)

Dooblebug's question still stands.


Mazra wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Gonna go with the second-most obvious: Splash.

What? Not the Kill Bills? ;)

Dooblebug's question still stands.

Years of [bubble bubble bubble]-induced memory loss = [facepalm]


Favourite Tom Hanks movie?

While I do, in general, prefer his earlier, funny stuff, I'm going to go with Road to Perdition.

Favourite Jude Law movie?

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Sky captain and the world of tomorrow!

Favorite 'Last Line' from a movie ?

Spoiler:
because it doesn't get much better then:
-Polly, you...
-It is alright, you don't have to say anything...
-Lens cap!

Taldor

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feytharn wrote:

Sky captain and the world of tomorrow!

Favorite 'Last Line' from a movie ?

** spoiler omitted **

"Louie, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship."

Favorite opening line from a movie?


"F~+*!"

Hugh Grant in Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Favourite romantic comedy?

Osirion RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

50 First Dates (to the surprise of no one, a romcom starrying Drew Barrymore, and I'm also, of course, partial to Never Been Kissed and The Wedding Singer) :)

Favorite romcom without Drew Barrymore in it?


Frankie and Johnny

Favourite movie set at a restaurant, café, or diner?


feytharn wrote:

Sky captain and the world of tomorrow!

Favorite 'Last Line' from a movie ?

** spoiler omitted **

I love that movie!


Kajehase wrote:

Frankie and Johnny

Favourite movie set at a restaurant, café, or diner?

My Dinner with Andre

Faves movie with Wallace Shawn that isn't The Princess Bride?


Kajehase wrote:

Sorry. Forgot.

Um... Favourite version of Cyrano de Bergerac? The Steve Martin version is an acceptable answer.

I had looked at this question and drew a blank until events in a politroll thread jogged my memory.

The Truth About Cats and Dogs

If you don't like Wallace Shawn, you can say your favorite Uma Thurman movie other than the Kill Bills

Osirion RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

She was in an excellent TV-movie version of Robin Hood (starring Patrick Bergin in the titular role) that came out about a week before Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, but I liked her nekkid in The Adventures of Baron Munchhausen.

HOWEVER, my favorite Wallace Shawn movie (and my favorite MOVIE period with either of them), is Toy Story 2.

Favorite Tim Allen role/movie?

Grand Lodge

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Galaxy Quest. No contest.

What is your favorite three Sigourney Weaver movies?

Edit: Make it five.


Mazra wrote:

Galaxy Quest. No contest.

What is your favorite three Sigourney Weaver movies?

Edit: Make it five.

1. Alien

2. Alien2
3.Alien 3
4. death and the girl
5. Dave


your favorite movie with the US president?


Corum76 wrote:


4. death and the girl

I remember this being pretty good, except none of these dudes look Hispanic.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Gonna go with the second-most obvious: Splash.

Can you believe Jackson Browne used to lay his hands on her?!?

Favorite, uh, Tom Hanks movie?

mazes and monsters


Corum76 wrote:
your favorite movie with the US president?

Dr. Strangelove

Favorite movie about nuclear war that isn't Dr. S.?

Grand Lodge

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On the Beach (1959)

What is your favorite three movies with Gregory Peck?


Hmmm.

As Captain Ahab in Moby-Dick.
As King David in David and Bathsheba.
As Dr. Mengele in The Boys from Brazil.

And they say he didn't have range...

Favorite hawt chick in a Gregory Peck movie?

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Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday

Julie Newmar swimming around nekkid in Mackenna's Gold is quite the honorable mention. Susan Hayward as Bathsheba is another. He did a lot of movies with a lot of hawt leading ladies.

What are your favorite Audrey Hepburn movies? (Name as many as you like.)


My Fair Lady

Favorite Katharine Hepburn movie?


The African Queen

Favourite World War 1 movie?

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The Blue Max

Favorite George Peppard movie?


Breakfast at Tiffany's!

Uh-oh.

Um, favorite Spencer Tracy movie?


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Um, favorite Spencer Tracy movie?

It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, but that's an "evryone on earth at the time" movie rather than strictly a "Spencer Tracy" movie, so I'll go with Inherit the Wind.

Next challenge, for anyone who chooses: Rate Spencer Tracy, Cary Grant, Gary Cooper, and Jimmy Stewart in order of awesomeness, and why you ranked them that way.

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