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Osirion

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1 The Right Stuff - Alan Shepard
2 The Hunt For Red October - Bart Mancuso
3 Silverado - Emmett

Three favorite submarine movies?


Das Boot
The Hunt for Red October
Crimson Tide

Favourite German film?


Kajehase wrote:
Favourite German film?

Murnau's Nosferatu, in terms of cintematography, is still almost certainly the greatest vampire movie ever made.

I also thought von Donnersmarck's The Lives of Others was nicely done.

Osirion

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What is your question Kirth?

What happened to loaba, the guy who started this thread?


Sorry -- I tried to post a question and the boards went down instead.

Q: Three best acting jobs from Bond villains. I don't care if the villain is "cool," or what the movie was; I just care about the skill with which the actor handled the role.

Grand Lodge

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Tough question. There is so many. I went with the most memorable.

Mads Mikklesen (Le Chiffre) Casino Royale
Geoffrey Holder (Baron Samedi) Live and Let Die
Gert Frobe (Auric Goldfinger) Goldfinger

Let's keep this one going. Kirth's question for someone else.

Taldor

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I liked Sean Bean. It was interesting to see Bond go up against another double O.

Question stands cant think of any others right now.

Grand Lodge

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Pan wrote:

I liked Sean Bean. It was interesting to see Bond go up against another double O.

Question stands cant think of any others right now.

Yeah. Sean was up there for me too. Like I said, it is a tough question because there are so many. I would be curious what others think.

Osirion

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Peter Lorre as La Chiffre in Casino Royale (1954)

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

While the movie itself didn't exactly impress, Christopher Lee was still Christopher F-in LEE in The Man with the Golden Gun.

I'm surprised no one has mentioned Rosa Kleb and Red Grant from From Russia with Love - true, they weren't the ultimate boss villain, but they were excellent villains.


No love for Yaphet Kotto in Live & Let Die?


Lt. Giardello for-evah!


James Bond sucks.

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

Burgomeister of Troll Town wrote:
James Bond sucks.

Of course he does. We just can't say WHAT, cuz this is a family website. We just know he takes his pleasure seriously, so he has got some hardcore game under the covers. Remember, this is a series where he apparently converted Pussy Galore back to sausage by the sheer force of his manly-man-ness!

How about:

Favorite 3 stop-motion-animated monsters?


1. Anything from Wallace and Gromit
2. The Harryhousen skeletons from Jason and the Argonauts
3. King Kong (the original one)

Q: Name 3 CGI-heavy movies that didn't make you want to shove a sharpened #2 pencil through your eye and into your brain.


The 3 Lord of the Rings movies.
Iron Man 2
Going to cheat and include a TV-episode: the 2nd episode of Band of Brothers. No, most of those planes flying over the channel are not real.

Favourite movie about D-Day or the build-up to D-Day.

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

Sorry, Private Ryan, but it's gotta be The Longest Day, starring every male actor in Hollywood!

Favorite WW2 movie set prior to 1944?


Jason Nelson wrote:
Sorry, Private Ryan, but it's gotta be The Longest Day, starring every male actor in Hollywood!

That's funny when you know who wrote The Longest Day

Quote:
Favorite WW2 movie set prior to 1944?

Flame & Citron about two Danish resistance fighters (one played Mads Mikkelsen).

Favourite movie about resistance against an occupying force (in WW2 or some other war)?


Kajehase wrote:
Favourite movie about resistance against an occupying force (in WW2 or some other war)?

Inglourious Basterds, even though it's a fictitious resistance against a fictionalized occupation.

Q: Three least favorite male movie leads currently active, and why? (This is guys who get top-billed starring roles, not guys like Steve Buscemi.)


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(Surely no-one dislikes Steve Buscemi?)

Taldor

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1. Dicaprio. He seems to play the same character over and over. He also has been trying to take on roles of an older man and he is too boyish for the part.

2. Tom Cruise. The mission impossible movies keep getting made and I dont know a single person who goes to see them. There is something awkward about the way he is that comes through when he acts. Sometimes its really good for his part but often its just weird.

3. Johna Hill. He has joined the Stiller, Wilson, Vaughn club. Meaning he makes one funny movie that everyone remembers for years. He then makes 3-4 movies a year that nobody can even remember.

Runner ups, Russel Brand and Seth Rogen.

q. Three least favorite female leads and why? (Women that get top billing roles not women like Joan Cusak)

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

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1. Angelina Jolie - she has a nice enough body, but other than that I just don't get the appeal

2. Jennifer Aniston - everything she does just seems whiny and annoying

3. Carmen Electra - she looks like she's made out of plastic

(to Pan: I went to see the MI: Ghost Protocol movie last December and I found it very enjoyable. I previously saw MI:1 (meh; not bad, but pretty much every good scene was spoiled in the commercials) and 2 (decent) but not 3.)

I used to be a big DiCaprio hater, but he has sorta grown on me over the years. I liked him in The Aviator and Catch Me If You Can. Tom Cruise I like okay. Jonah Hill has been funny in some movies and boring and one-note in others (and I've avoided most of his movies. Seth Rogen I like, though again he just has his one schtick that he does. Russell Brand I just do not understand the appeal.

But, on to the question:

Top 3 movie scenes that make you feel like you are tripping on some kind of wacky drugs?

Taldor

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Jason Nelson wrote:

1. Angelina Jolie - she has a nice enough body, but other than that I just don't get the appeal

2. Jennifer Aniston - everything she does just seems whiny and annoying

3. Carmen Electra - she looks like she's made out of plastic

(to Pan: I went to see the MI: Ghost Protocol movie last December and I found it very enjoyable. I previously saw MI:1 (meh; not bad, but pretty much every good scene was spoiled in the commercials) and 2 (decent) but not 3.)

I used to be a big DiCaprio hater, but he has sorta grown on me over the years. I liked him in The Aviator and Catch Me If You Can. Tom Cruise I like okay. Jonah Hill has been funny in some movies and boring and one-note in others (and I've avoided most of his movies. Seth Rogen I like, though again he just has his one schtick that he does. Russell Brand I just do not understand the appeal.

I wouldn't say I'm a Dicaprio hater so much as the last bunch of movies I saw him in seem poorly casted. I just couldn't picture the role at least the way he portrays it. He has some great movies too.

MI I dont know it just seems like this franchise ran out of gas 18 years ago or whenever the first one came out. Just doesn't interest me. I cant help but feel these would be better movies if they were made across the pond.

I can agree with your list of leading ladies. However I don't think Carmen has the draw she used to. Russle Brand is god awful the worst thing to hit the pop culture scene in some time.


Jason Nelson wrote:
Top 3 movie scenes that make you feel like you are tripping on some kind of wacky drugs?

1. Naked Lunch, in its entirety. Just about every scene.

Spoiler:
The roach-powder-addicted wife killing bugs by breathing on them? The woman getting raped by a typewriter? The gay guy who's really a giant man-eating centipede?
Seriously, it took mt like a week to re-establish my frame of "normality" after that one.

2. The car crash and aftermath in Vanilla Sky.
3. Casino full of humanoid lizards in Fear and Loathing.

Q: Favorite three movies with "Cowboy" in the title, and why? (Hint: no reason they should all be westerns. Or even any of them, for that matter.)


Fishing for 1) Midnight Cowboy, Kirth?

...and someone else will have to complete the answer, since that's the only one with "Cowboy" in the title that I can recall watching. :-0


Kajehase wrote:

Fishing for 1) Midnight Cowboy, Kirth?

...and someone else will have to complete the answer, since that's the only one with "Cowboy" in the title that I can recall watching. :-0

Maybe not for the #1 slot -- I'd personally probably go with something more like

Spoiler:
1. John Wayne in The Cowboys; 2. Drugstore Cowboy; 3. Cowboys and Aliens; 4. Midnight Cowboy. I haven't seen Urban Cowboy, so I can't comment on that one.

P.S. What really scared me about Mindnight Cowboy is that I took one look at John Voigt's home town and immediately pegged where it was filmed to within a narrow stretch of U.S.-70.


Midnight Cowboy: The Musical Interlude

Also, "that cowboy stuff is strictly for ----."


Woah.

Scene #1

Scene #2

Not PC and NSFW!


Kirth Gersen wrote:
U.S.-70.

That should have read "U.S.-87" -- I just looked at what I typed and had a "WTF" moment. That should teach me to Google Maps Lubbock in one window while discussing Big Spring on Paizo in another window.

Osirion

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2 - The Cowboys
3 - Cowboys vs Aliens

Five favorite Western movie stars?


Charles Scholz wrote:
Five favorite Western movie stars?

Kirk Douglas, Clint Eastwood, John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Steve McQueen (Nevada Smith, Magnificent Seven, Tom Horn).

Q: 5 least favorite Western actors?

Osirion

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1) Dean Martin (The Sons of Katie Elder, Texas Across the River)

Osirion

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Hello-lo-lo-lo-lo? Anyone out there-er-er-er-er?????


2. Alan Ladd in Shane. Seriously, I thought that movie was pretty lame. I don't get the big deal.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
2. Alan Ladd in Shane. Seriously, I thought that movie was pretty lame. I don't get the big deal.

The only part I liked was when Jack Palance goaded that poor stupid Southern farmer (Elisha Cook) into trying to draw on him. Guy reaches for his gun, looks up, and Palance's pistol is already out and pointed, as if by magic. Farmer lowers his gun.

Spoiler:
Jack Palance smiles and blasts him.
Grand Lodge

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3.)Frank Sinatra Too much Mob Boss meets the Old West like in 4 for Texas. At least that movie had Ursula Andress.


Kirth Gersen wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
2. Alan Ladd in Shane. Seriously, I thought that movie was pretty lame. I don't get the big deal.
The only part I liked was when Jack Palance goaded that poor stupid Southern farmer (Elisha Cook) into trying to draw on him. Guy reaches for his gun, looks up, and Palance's pistol is already out and pointed, as if by magic. Farmer lowers his gun. ** spoiler omitted **

Yeah, that was the only part I liked, too, and Cook stinks up the whole movie!

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

4. Leo DiCaprio in The Quick and the Dead


bump

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New question:

Favorite actor or actress whose name, when you first heard it, made you think they were a different gender than they are?

Osirion

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Shia Labeouf

Last movie you saw at a Drive In?


Charles Scholz wrote:
Last movie you saw at a Drive In?

Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull.

Age you were the 1st time you got laid at a drive-in? (Extra credit: post what movie was playing, if you even remember.)


I never got laid at the drive-in. :(


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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Charles Scholz wrote:
Last movie you saw at a Drive In?

Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull.

Age you were the 1st time you got laid at a drive-in? (Extra credit: post what movie was playing, if you even remember.)

23 I think? The movie playing was What's Love Got To Do With It starring Angela Bassett. That was probably the last Drive-In I've ever been to, but so it goes...

I guess my question is: Favorite movie where an abused wife totally kicks the stuffing out of her husband?

Taldor

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Hitdice wrote:


I guess my question is: Favorite movie where an abused wife totally kicks the stuffing out of her husband?

You know that's like its own genre now but I cant seem to think of any examples.

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

Sleeping with the Enemy

[Julia Roberts comes downstairs] - cue creepy music
[Patrick Bergin] evil monologue - muahahaaaa
[Julia again]"Hello, police. I've just shot an intruder." *BANG*

Favorite movie with giant (at least people-sized) bugs?

Grand Lodge

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Mimic

Favorite movie with a Sorvino in it?

Osirion

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Casino.
Favorite Movie with Joe Pesci in it?


Casino.

Favourite movie about Australian gangsters?

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

Australia

Sure, they were rancher gangsters, but they were still gangsters.

Favorite comedy set in Australia or starring Australians?

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