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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Favorite Corey Feldman movie?

Can we name Marty Feldman movies instead? I hate those Corey guys!


You don't even like The Goonies?

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

Never seen the Goonies, but I did see and enjoy The Lost Boys.

Favorite scene from the Lord of the Rings movies?


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Jason Nelson wrote:

Never seen the Goonies, but I did see and enjoy The Lost Boys.

Favorite scene from the Lord of the Rings movies?

In Return of the King when Theoden and his men ride into battle vs. Saurons army. I think I might have been crying watching that part.


The beginning of The Two Towers gave me vertigo in the theaters, so, that one.

Favorite non-LOTR Peter Jackson movie?

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

King Kong. I especially love the first hour before they even get to Skull Island. I think it's fantastically done.

Coolest movie sword?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Jason Nelson wrote:

King Kong. I especially love the first hour before they even get to Skull Island. I think it's fantastically done.

Coolest movie sword?

The Glaive is cooler than the sword and Krull proves it!

Favorite Liam Neeson film?


Schindler's List

Favourite movie nazi?


I hate Nazis!

But, maybe, I could give it up for Christoph Waltz in Inglorious Basterds.

Favorite movie scientist?

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

Dr. Frank-N-Furter, duh. :)

Top 3 Arnold Schwarzenegger one-liners?


G+!%~@nit! I need to watch Cactus Jack again. He was so good as Handsome Stranger.


Jason Nelson wrote:

Dr. Frank-N-Furter, duh. :)

Top 3 Arnold Schwarzenegger one-liners?

"You're one ugly mother f****er" - Predator

"I'll be back" - numerous - cliche now but admit it; we've all used it

"It's not a tumor!" - Kindergarten Cop

Do you like 3D films?

Osirion

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Really depends on how it is done.
Avatar looked great in 3D
How To Train Your Dragon looked Great in 3D
Thor...was OK in 3D
Cheap 3D effects just to show 3D (Resident Evil) - not so much.
So, I like 3D movies, but I dislike Movies with 3D...

Favorite Guy Richie movie?

Osirion

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The only Guy Richie movies I've seen are the 2 Sherlock Holmes movies. Of the two, I like the first one best.

My 2 favorite scenes in the LOTR are the Ride of the Rohirrim, and the lighting of the Beacons of Minas Tirith from Return of the King. Both of those scenes are just majestic.

Who is your favorite Sherlock Holmes Actor?
You can use Jeremy Brett because "The Hound of the Baskervilles" was a TV Movie.

Osirion

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Jeremy Brett it is then (In fact I am in the middle of re watching the entire show. I bought them on DVD recently)

Who is your favorite 'supporting actor' (as in great actors that seem to get supporting roles only)?


Syndey Greenstreet.

Favorite film noir?


We've already done Double Indemnity and The Maltese Falcon, right?

If so, I say The Big Sleep.

What's your favorite movie about either blackmail, drugs, or pornography or any combination of the three?


Unfortunately, you've already mentioned The Big Sleep, which would be my top choice... I suppose Get Carter would be second.

Favorite Michael Caine movie?

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

So many choices. I think I'll go with A Bridge Too Far.

Amusingly, he was in two versions of Get Carter and also was in a movie named for a Pathfinder class.

Favorite World War II movie that is primarily factual (as in, sure they could include some contrived romantic subplot or whatever other filler stuff, but not major made-up stuff like, say, Captain America)?


I'd say In Harm's Way, with Kirk Douglas, but it's based on a novel. It's all stuff that "could" have happened with a few name changes and so on, and it's in a well-reserched historical context and backdrop, but the major storyline with Douglas' character seems made-up, so I wouldn't consider it "primarily factual" -- I just wanted to put a shout-out to a movie I enjoyed.

Your question still stands.


I'm not sure where you would draw the line, but I'm going to go with Catch-22 although A) it's not primarily factual; and B) the movie is not terribly good. But the book is one of my faves!

Your favorite movie adaptation of a novel written before the 20th century?


The Longest Day - John Wayne and Sean Connery in the same movie! (And Paul Anka...)

Favourite World War I movie?


Bugger. A goblin ninja beat me to it.

And I'll go with the Richard Lester version of The Three Musketeers.

So... about that favourite World War I movie?


Oldie, but goodie.

Favorite love triangle movie?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Oldie, but goodie.

Favorite love triangle movie?

Pretty in Pink

Favorite Brat Packer?

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

The tastefully named Judd Nelson, naturally.

Least favorite Brat Packer?


Rob Lowe

Who's the hottest brat pack chick?

Osirion

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Ally Sheedy, hands down.

Favorite brat pack movie.


Sixteen Candles, duh. I had like the biggest crush in the world on Molly Ringwald after that movie, when I was a kid.

Then again, the Cusacks are brat packers, and Grosse Point Blank is a pretty daggone good movie, too. Hmmmm.

Favorite serious (non-comedy) John Cusack role?

Osirion

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1408 might be the only non comedy role I remember (I consider 2012 comedy...it is better for my sanity to do so...) and since the movie is pretty good - that would be my my choice.
Favorite 'One Man Show' horror movie that isn't 'The Shining'?


@ Feytharn,

Cusack has surprising chops as an actor; I thought his performance in The Jack Bull was stellar; he pulled more than his share of the weight opposite Ray Liotta in Identity; and he manages to hold his own next to Gene Hackman and Dustin Hoffman -- which is no mean feat for any actor -- in Runaway Jury.

Just be sure to avoid anything he's in with Billy Bob Thornton (Pushing Tin, The Ice Harvest), because Cusack and Thornton together is a combination that's guaranteed to suck.

We now return you to your regularly-scheduled movie question.

Osirion

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feytharn wrote:
Favorite 'One Man Show' horror movie that isn't 'The Shining'?

By 'One Man Show', do you mean very few total actors, or do you mean only one villain?

Osirion

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Very few total actors, one being clearly the centre, anchor and theme of the movie.

Qadira

The Moon.

Sorta Horror.

What is your favorite actor who only shows up in one film and never makes it anywhere else?


George Lazenby in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Sure, he was in other stuff, but it was all TV, sraight-to-video, or released-and-immediately forgotten.

Go from On Her Majesty's Secret Service to Moon in six jumps or less?

Osirion

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On Her Majesty's Sercret Service (Diana Rigg)
1 A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968) (Rigg, Helen Mirren)
2 Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) (Mirren, Sam Rockwell)
3 Moon (Sam Rockwell)


Nice! The question is yours, Herr Scholz!

P.S. Diana Rigg was totally hot.

Osirion

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Who is your favorite character from Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy?


Marvin the Paranoid Android.

Hmmm. Uh, do you prefer to go to the theater or to watch movies in the safety of your own living room?

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

Depends on the movie. I enjoy going to the theater, especially to the giant IMAX at the Pacific Science Center where I get 6 "free" (aka, included with membership) tickets for every Hollywood movie that comes through. I don't enjoy paying big money at the multiplex for tix. For me, it's more of a price issue that causes me to object to going to the movies, not any complaint with the moviegoing experience. On the contrary, I quite enjoy going to the movie theater.

That said, I usually go to the theater to see big action pictures or family animated fare. Other stuff rarely gets a look unless it happens to come through the Pacific Science Center and I don't have to pay for tix (like, say, "Wrath of the Immortals" - I'd never bother seeing it normally, but it's at the PSC, so I might check it out, though it's not a guarantee - I never did go see Sucker Punch, for instance, even with free tickets).

Hottest "alien" chick in a movie?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Jason Nelson wrote:

Depends on the movie. I enjoy going to the theater, especially to the giant IMAX at the Pacific Science Center where I get 6 "free" (aka, included with membership) tickets for every Hollywood movie that comes through. I don't enjoy paying big money at the multiplex for tix. For me, it's more of a price issue that causes me to object to going to the movies, not any complaint with the moviegoing experience. On the contrary, I quite enjoy going to the movie theater.

That said, I usually go to the theater to see big action pictures or family animated fare. Other stuff rarely gets a look unless it happens to come through the Pacific Science Center and I don't have to pay for tix (like, say, "Wrath of the Immortals" - I'd never bother seeing it normally, but it's at the PSC, so I might check it out, though it's not a guarantee - I never did go see Sucker Punch, for instance, even with free tickets).

Hottest "alien" chick in a movie?

Species? Its gotta fit I've been drinking and cant think of anything else.

Forrest Whitacker vs. Micheal Madson who wins?


Probably Michael Madsen, unless it's the FW from Ghost Dog.

Who's funnier: Charlie Chaplin or Buster Keaton?


More links!

Backbeat

Real Genius

L.A. Confidential

The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

The Deer Hunter

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

Answer: Harold Lloyd (who I think was funnier than either)

Hottest movie schoolteacher?

Osirion

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Miss Elizabeth Burke from 'The Faculty' (The Movie happens to have the sexiest School Nurse, too).
Favorite Robert Rodriguez Movie?


Jason Nelson wrote:

Answer: Harold Lloyd (who I think was funnier than either)

Excellent answer!

Exactly what my natural contrarianess would have led me to say, too, although Chaplin is probably my faves.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
feytharn wrote:

Miss Elizabeth Burke from 'The Faculty' (The Movie happens to have the sexiest School Nurse, too).

Favorite Robert Rodriguez Movie?

Sin City by a long shot. I like Rodriguez influences and admire his do it all myself spirit. However his movies tend to be really bad.

Rutger Hauer vs. Mickey Rourke who wins?


Pan wrote:

Sin City by a long shot. I like Rodriguez influences and admire his do it all myself spirit. However his movies tend to be really bad.

Again, excellent answer!

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

Rutger Hauer in a landslide.

For RR movies, I'd have given it to Spy Kids big time. I love that movie. The second one was also quite good. The third, meh. The fourth, didn't see it.

Most smug/obnoxious/bastardish corporate executive in a movie?


Not really a movie I liked, despite the prominence of Martin Sheen's union-steward airline worker pop, but Gordon Gekko instantly springs to mind.

Favorite Oliver Stone movie?

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