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The Movie Game


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Jason Nelson wrote:
Yep, really. Also, I loathed Being John Malkovich with a passion.

Yeah, BJM ruled. In fact, everything that I've ever seen that was in any way connected with Charlie Kaufmann has been superb.

[Touches fingers at corner of mouth while kissing the air.]

I was shocked and amazed to discover, however, that Ms. Keener is 53 years old. I was even more shocked and amazed to discover that BJM came out 13 YEARS AGO!!!!


I'm not sure if it's The James Bond Theme or The 007 Theme, but this one.

I think I like that song more than I ever liked any James Bond movie.

Live and Let Die

and, I'll say,

Another Way To Die

just so I can watch the video.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I am going to go a little more modern on y'all. Another way to die with Jack white and Alicia keys was great. Then again nobody does a duet like Jack White.

Now back to a classic Shirley Bassey Goldfinger.

I cant think of a third many of them are mediocre and some are awful.

So lets say you get to pick the musician(s) for the next bond movie theme. Who would you pick?

spoiler:
I would go with The National

Taldor

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Generally not a fan of bond themes, so I'd reform Danananakroyd.

Favourite non-Bond Daniel Craig film?

Osirion

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Since the only 2 movies I have seen of his are Tintin and Cowboys and Aliens, I have to go with Cowboys and Aliens.

Since this movie also starred Harrison Ford, my question is: What is your favorite movie matchup with stars of different generations (at least 25 year difference between the movies that made them a star).

Taldor

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I'm tempted to sat Gods and Monsters but McKellen was a stage, rather than screen, star before this so I shall have to pass.


I appeal to the judges--Gods and Monsters is an excellent answer, shall we give Geraint the question?


Okay, well, in that case:

Sleepy Hollow (1999) which featured Johnny Depp (became a film star in 1990) and Christina Ricci (film star status achieved: 1991) and a host of older Brits: Christopher Lee (1957), Michael Gough (1958) and Michael Gambon (1965).

Favorite movie with Christina Ricci, Michael Gough or Michael Gambon?

Grand Lodge

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Christina Ricci - Sleepy Hollow

Michael Gough - Batman Forever Though his final role before he passed was a voice role in 2010's Alice in Wonderland, which is one of my all time favorite movies.

Michael Gambon -Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Favorite Michael Gambon movie that is not a Harry Potter?


Sky captain and the world of tomorrow. Best early CGI-heavy movie?

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

The OG of CGI-heavy movies: Young Sherlock Holmes.

Favorite "eccentric/genius" movie detective that is not Sherlock Holmes?

Grand Lodge

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Murder on the Orient Express (1974) with Albert Finney as Hercule Poirot

Favorite Albert Finney movie that is not the above?

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

Loophole - a criminally underrated caper movie! :)

Since he also starred as "Daddy" Warbucks in Annie, how about favorite movie version of a Broadway musical?


Jason Nelson wrote:

The OG of CGI-heavy movies: Young Sherlock Holmes.

Favorite "eccentric/genius" movie detective that is not Sherlock Holmes?

There are a handful of CGI scenes. Majority of the movie is live action/practical effects. I would not call this movie CGI "heavy", even though you are correct, it is the first use of CGI animation (specifically the stained glass window knight which is the first ever use of a motion capture suit as well). The effects creator, John Lasseter, would go on to direct Toy Story.

Grand Lodge

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Jason Nelson wrote:

Loophole - a criminally underrated caper movie! :)

Since he also starred as "Daddy" Warbucks in Annie, how about favorite movie version of a Broadway musical?

That is a tough one for me, as there are many good ones, but right now I will have to go with Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera (2004).

Favorite Gerard Butler movie?


It's a sad sign of how many movies I don't like that Gerard Butler's been in that going through his IMDB-list, it came down to being between The Game of Their Lives, a fairly bland underdogs-beat-the-top dogs based on a true story movie about when the US beat England in the 1950 football World Cup (they were still knocked out in the group stage, which isn't really made clear in the movie), and Tomorrow Never Dies, the second worst Bond Movie ever made. In the end I decided to go with The Game of Their Lives.

Favourite sports movie?

Osirion

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Movie with sport in background - Pride of the Yankees.

Movie with sport in foreground - Cool Runnings.

Favorite movie set in winter/snow.

Grand Lodge

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Kajehase wrote:
It's a sad sign of how many movies I don't like that Gerard Butler's been in that going through his IMDB-list,

I thought 300 was cool.

Charle's question: Favorite movie set in winter/snow.

The whole movie wasn't set in winter/snow, but the parts that were:

Dr. Zhivago (1965)

Favorite movie with Omar Sharif that is not Dr. Zhivago?

Spoiler:
As much as I love Lawrence of Arabia, I would have to go with Makenna's Gold for my favorite Omar Sharif movie.


Lawrence of Arabia.

Favorite David Lean film in black and white?


hrumph I like Bridge over the River Kwai but that was not black and white.

Favorite John Carpenter Film?


No, it wasn't, therefore you cannot ask a new question.


Grrr, Okay how about I don't have one. Okay Oliver Twist then.

Favorite John Carpenter film.

Osirion

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This has been asked before; Big Trouble in little China.

Favorite movie set in China and Favorite movie made in China?

Grand Lodge

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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

I believe this one covers both set in China and made in China.

Favorite Martial Arts movie that is not Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon?

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

Enter the Dragon

(though I also find The Last Dragon quite amusing)

Favorite movie based on a TV show?


Charles Scholz wrote:

This has been asked before;

It has. But John Carpenter is so awesome that I will take this opportunity to link one of the greatest scenes in all of Filmdom!

Youtube wanted me to certify that I was over 18 to watch this awesome, awesome scene, so I had to go and link it in Italian, instead.

Whatever, it's still awesome.

Osirion

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Charles Scholz wrote:

This has been asked before;

It has. But John Carpenter is so awesome that I will take this opportunity to link one of the greatest scenes in all of Filmdom!

Youtube wanted me to certify that I was over 18 to watch this awesome, awesome scene, so I had to go and link it in Italian, instead.

Whatever, it's still awesome.

What movie is this. I don't speak Italian.


Assault on Precinct 13

IIRC, there's no mention of a Precinct 13 in the entire film!

Grand Lodge

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Jason Nelson wrote:

Enter the Dragon

(though I also find The Last Dragon quite amusing)

Favorite movie based on a TV show?

Star Trek (2009) The reboot!

Favorite actor and favorite actress in a Star Trek movie? Name actor and actress and their character.

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

Alice Krige as the Borg Queen in First Contact

Ricardo Montalban as Khan

Favorite romance in a space movie?


[Goes the highbrow route]

Kris and Hari Klein in Solaris.

Favorite romance in a fantasy movie?

Osirion

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Madmartigan and Sorsha in Willow.

(Continuing until we hit them all.)

Favorite romance in a drama?

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

Charles Scholz wrote:
Madmartigan and Sorsha in Willow.

Love them!

Charles Scholz wrote:

(Continuing until we hit them all.)

Favorite romance in a drama?

Monica and Quincy in Love and Basketball.

Favorite romance in a historical/period movie?

Grand Lodge

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Anthony and Cleopatra in Cleopatra (1963)

Favorite romance in a musical movie?

Taldor

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Romeo and Juliet in West Side Story

Favourite movie that is an interpretation of Shakespeare?

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

While I like a lot of the classics, I really enjoyed Baz Luhrman's modernist Romeo + Juliet.

Weirdest movie that is an interpretation of Shakespeare?

Spoiler:
My vote is for Prospero's Books

Osirion

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Spoiler:

No contest! - I liked it, though.


I never saw that, alas, so I am going to have to go with My Own Private Idaho.

Faves Gus Van Sant film that's not the above?


Also.

Grand Lodge

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

I never saw that, alas, so I am going to have to go with My Own Private Idaho.

Faves Gus Van Sant film that's not the above?

Good Will Hunting

Favorite Robin Williams movie?

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

Either Aladdin or the unfairly maligned Hook.

Least favorite Robin Williams movie?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mrs Doubtfire. I find no amusement from comedies where men dress as women and somehow fool everyone into thinking they are really women.

What movie is currently in your DVD/Blueray/VHS etc right now?


Some Like It Hot.

Really? Well, you guys will never know one way or the other.

Favorite movie about breakdancing?

Osirion

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They made more than one?


Well, they must've made at least two, because, well, link.

But I guess no one likes breakdancing movies.

Favorite movie about cheerleading?

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

Bring It On

Best line (and there are a lot of good ones), "Missy is the poo, so take a big whiff. She's on the team." (or something very like that)

Speaking of Missy, favorite Eliza Dushku movie?

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

That is a tough one. I can't pick Dollhouse, so True Lies.

only for someone who hasn't answered this one before:

Favorite three Arnold Schwarzenegger movies?


Conan the Barbarian
Terminator
The Running Man

Sequel (or remake) better than the original?

Osirion

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For me: True Grit.

Favorite Coen-movie?

Osirion

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feytharn wrote:

For me: True Grit.

Favorite Coen-movie?

I have to disagree with you. John Wayne beats Jeff Bridges 10 ways to Sunday. If I had wanted to watch a touchy feely movie, I would have watched Twilight.

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