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WarGames

Favorite movie dealing with nuclear apocalypse?


Dr Strangelove.

Favourite Peter Sellers movie?

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The Origional Pink Panther.

Favorite Pink Panther movie (including sequals)?

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A Shot in the Dark.

Favorite Movie based on a novel/play that was completely changed to fit the characters / concept of the movie (I am not talking about poor adaptions, but about adaptations for a different medium

like:
Apocalypse now or Pirates of the Carribean 4

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Jaws

The novel was different. Spielberg focused more on the shark to make a good movie.

I am not sure if this is what was meant by the question, so by all means someone else answer too.

But to add another question to the mix:

Favorite Robert Shaw role that was not Quint?


"Red" Grant in From Russia with Love

Favorite spy movie?

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Goldfinger

Next 5 posters. How old were you when you saw your first movie at a theater (that you can remember), and what was it.

Mine was Sleeping Beauty and I was 5 or 6. Back then, Disney would re-release their movies every 10 years or so.


Oh jesus.

Well, after thinking about it long and hard (about 30 seconds) the earliest movie that I remember seeing was The Empire Strikes Back, so, I think I was 4.

I cried and was inconsolable on the ride home.


Mazra wrote:

Jaws

The novel was different. Spielberg focused more on the shark to make a good movie.

Huh, I didn't know that was a book.

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Bambi at the drive-in. I think I was 2, but I dimly remember it.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Mazra wrote:

Jaws

The novel was different. Spielberg focused more on the shark to make a good movie.

Huh, I didn't know that was a book.

You ought to be flagged for that comment. How could you not know Jaws was written by Peter Benchly.

As an interesting aside: Peter was stuck for a name for the book, so he asked his father for help. His father suggested "Something's Noshing On My Leg".


Charles Scholz wrote:

Goldfinger

Next 5 posters. How old were you when you saw your first movie at a theater (that you can remember), and what was it.

Mine was Sleeping Beauty and I was 5 or 6. Back then, Disney would re-release their movies every 10 years or so.

I'm #3: Charlotte's Web. I was 4. It was at a small town movie theatre that played whatever the hell they wanted to. Every year they played Charlottes Web for a week or two. I miss that place.


Charles Scholz wrote:

You ought to be flagged for that comment. How could you not know Jaws was written by Peter Benchly.

It was pretty easy, actually.


Ahem... Anyone got any questions for the rest of us?


no, someone cheated and asked for the next 5 answers.


Name three movies with the same scenes and plot, that are not remakes of one another.


Good question, Sissyl, but first we need two more people to answer Charles's question. Or, if we count his answer, we only need one more person.


I was 2. Bambi. Such a beautiful story. I REALLY identified with the little deer. I felt I WAS Bambi. And my parents had asked the people at the cinema to make sure there was NOTHING that would scare a child in it, which they confirmed there wasn't.

Then a hunter shot Bambi's mother.

And when he talked to his dad about it, his dad told him "sorry, can't deal with you now, go away".

Yeah. Torture of children.


Oh right. The original for Jaws was Ibsen's Et folkefiende (Enemy of the people), about a doctor who tries to get the mayor of a village that depends on its spring water to come clean about the fact that the water quality is actually dangerous to humans.


Sissyl wrote:

I was 2. Bambi. Such a beautiful story. I REALLY identified with the little deer. I felt I WAS Bambi. And my parents had asked the people at the cinema to make sure there was NOTHING that would scare a child in it, which they confirmed there wasn't.

Then a hunter shot Bambi's mother.

And when he talked to his dad about it, his dad told him "sorry, can't deal with you now, go away".

Yeah. Torture of children.

Pfft. Have you ever seen Old Yeller?

Also, the strongest man is he who stands most alone!

Anyway, I say that's five answers.

Ask your question again, Sisyl.


Name three movies that have the same scenes and the same plot, but are not remakes of one another.


That's tricky.

I mean, we've got, say three versions of the Pygmalion story (My Fair Lady, Annie Hall, Mannequin) but they don't have the same scenes.

On the other hand, we've got The Battleship Potemkin, The Untouchables and Naked Gun something or other which all have the same scene but not the same plot.

I guess my answer would be any three randomly chosen Police Academy films.

Favorite other movie with Steve Guttenberg?


Okay... my thought was Dances with wolves, Pocahontas and Avatar. Police academy works too.

Mel Gibson kills lots of englishmen works too, but there are only two.

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I liked Three Men and a Baby - very cute.

Favorite Tom Selleck movie other than the above?

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In & Out.

Favorite movie featuring an explicitly gay character without being a movie about a gay relationship?

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As Good as It Gets

Favorite movie with Greg Kinnear that is not As Good as It Gets?


Green Zone

Favourite Paul Greengrass movie?

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The Bourne Supremacy

Favorite Matt Damon movie other than the above?


True Grit

Favourite with more than one person directing the first unit?

(Was gonna ask for a movie with two directors, but strictly speaking that would include almost all movies with more than one shooting unit - for example, George Lucas directed a small part of the first Godfather movie, and the Lord of the Ring movies seems to have had between 3 and 6 different directors - so go with one where two people share the main directing credit).


Although the Coen Brothers, on paper, co-write the films and then Joel directs them and Ethan produces them, by all accounts they co-direct.

Therefore, The Big Lebowski.

Favorite movie featuring Steve Buscemi other than the above?


Musical Interlude

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Ghost world

If Star Wars seven really does pick up right where Jedi ends predict the casting of luke, leia, han, lando, c3po

spoiler:
I think it will be a nightmare cast like, Luke shia laboof, leia ann hathaway, han johnny depp, lando samuel l jackson, and 3cpo russel brand, all directed by joss whedon...../shivers


I think there will be more docu-soap vat-bred actors. And everything will get better with sparkly vampires.

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To answer Pan's question:

I could see them using the original actors if for only cameo purposes, and take up the story about 30 years later with the twins of Leia and Han.

If Leia and Han had a boy and girl twins (Jaina and Jacen), who today would best be cast in their rolls?

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I don't know about Jacen, but I would choose Dakota Fanning for Jaina.

Question still stands for Jacen.

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My picks for Jaina and Jacen:
Dakota may be too young for 30 years. Also, I see Jaina as a brunette. Joanne Kelly would be high on my list for Jaina. And Stephen Amell might work for Jacen.

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I have no idea what you guys are talking about.

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Mazra, you owe us a question.

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Actually, that was my question to begin with. No one other than I answered concerning Jacen Solo.

And to answer Pan, Jaina and Jacen Solo are from various novels in the Expanded Star Wars Universe. Some of which would be great for a Star Wars VII.

But I will do another question for the heck of it:

Favorite actress that played Guinevere in the movies? Extra credit: for TV?

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Cherie Lunghi in Excalibur.

Favorite actress who played Maid Marian?


Cate Blanchett.

Favourite Indiana Jones villain?


Belloq. Seriously. Nobody else even comes close.

Best surprise in a movie?


Chimpanzee flashback in Being John Malkovich.

Favorite Catherine Keener movie other than the above?

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The 40-Year-Old Virgin by a mile.

Favorite Steve Carell movie other than the above?

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Little Miss Sunshine.

Favorite no-serious road movie other than the above?

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Jason Nelson wrote:

The 40-Year-Old Virgin by a mile.

By a mile? Really?

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

Yep, really. Also, I loathed Being John Malkovich with a passion. For some reason I just kept watching because everyone said how good it was, just hoping at some point it would get better, but... blech.

Since I think those are the only two movies I've seen her in, BY A MILE! :)

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feytharn wrote:

Favorite no-serious road movie other than the above?

Easy Rider

In honor of the release of Skyfall in the US:

Favorite three Bond movie songs?

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Mazra wrote:
feytharn wrote:

Favorite no-serious road movie other than the above?

Easy Rider

In honor of the release of Skyfall in the US:

Favorite three Bond movie songs?

Funny - I always thought of Easy Rider as 'serious'...

1)Live and Let Die
2) Goldfinger
3) You know my Name

worst for me is the Madonna atrocity...even if you like Madonna - that is not a Bond song!

I let the question stand for the next three posters!

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

1. John Barry's iconic instrumental Bond theme itself
2. Thunderball by Tom Jones
3. Goldfinger by Shirley Bassey

Honorable Mention: Nobody Does It Better by Carly Simon and (for stratospheric sheer 80s camp value) A View to a Kill by Duran Duran

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