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David A

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« Reply #880 on: 07-16-2002 12:17 »

Yes.   big grin

You know your Savage Steve Holland films, Fishy.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #881 on: 07-18-2002 00:01 »

"Are you crazy, don't go between them!"
"Go between them, are you crazy?"
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« Reply #882 on: 07-18-2002 00:21 »

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade
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« Reply #883 on: 07-18-2002 00:23 »
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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

That took WAY too much thought for me to remember.

2 minutes too long, to be precise.
FishyJoe

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« Reply #884 on: 07-18-2002 00:25 »

I'm sure you don't need any confirmation from me, but just in case...you're right! Now go.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #885 on: 07-18-2002 02:08 »
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This is going to be a hard one...

 
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It was their hands that built this city of ours, Father. But where do the hands belong in your scheme?

In their proper place, the depths.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #886 on: 07-18-2002 23:09 »

Ok a Hint, it is a Early Science fiction film
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« Reply #887 on: 07-19-2002 01:54 »

"TRON"?
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« Reply #888 on: 07-19-2002 04:38 »

Metropolis?
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #889 on: 07-19-2002 06:06 »

Tweek you are correct, I recomend this movie it has influenced almost every science fiction movie released since.
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« Reply #890 on: 07-19-2002 06:31 »

 
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Infamy, infamy, they've all got it in for me.
MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #891 on: 07-19-2002 11:24 »

Young Frankenstein?
Tweek

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« Reply #892 on: 07-19-2002 11:27 »

Nope
Torquemada

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« Reply #893 on: 07-19-2002 17:23 »
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Guuuuuuuuuh............
It is a Carry on Film
I know this. Grrrr, WTF is it.
Carry on Ceasar?
Carry on Augustus?
Carry on up the Nile?
Arrrrrgh! This is going to drive me nuts.

Edit - It drove me so mad I Googled, so I don't feel I can post the answer.
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« Reply #894 on: 07-19-2002 18:05 »

It sounds like a Mel Brooks thing too.

"Live forever or die trying."
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« Reply #895 on: 07-20-2002 05:32 »

Nobody has got it correct yet, although Torq is correct in saying that it is one of the "Carry On" films
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« Reply #896 on: 07-20-2002 14:04 »

Carry On Up The Khyber.

"Live forever or die trying."
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« Reply #897 on: 07-20-2002 14:48 »

Nope

Hint - The Character was Julius Caesar
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« Reply #898 on: 07-20-2002 15:39 »

Carry on Cleo? I think thats the right name. Something to do with the ancient Greeks  smile
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« Reply #899 on: 07-20-2002 15:49 »

Ghoulishmoose you are correct, it was "Carry on Cleo"  big grin  Although it was about Romans and Egyptians  tongue
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« Reply #900 on: 07-20-2002 16:33 »

Oops..sorry about the mix up  smile Right I need a quote, I know how about:

 
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When I was your age I used to be able to eat anything I wanted and not gain an ounce. Now I have a chocolate shake and my ass jiggles for like a week

Its not completely exact but its pretty near to it  smile
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« Reply #901 on: 07-20-2002 18:42 »

The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps? Could have been the 1st one either.

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Speli

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« Reply #902 on: 07-21-2002 00:23 »

Big daddy, just watched a week ago  wink
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« Reply #903 on: 07-21-2002 05:04 »

Sorry Faze, yeah you're right Speli  smile Take it away....
Speli

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« Reply #904 on: 07-21-2002 09:20 »

Alright um...I found this movie hilarious, even though it wasn't worthy of being a movie...

Quote: They do the flyin' and we do the dyin'...

Too hard?

Quote: If you don't do your job, I'll kile you myself.
David A

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« Reply #905 on: 07-21-2002 09:54 »

 
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Originally posted by Speli:
Alright um...I found this movie hilarious, even though it wasn't worthy of being a movie...

Quote: They do the flyin' and we do the dyin'...

Sounds like a line from that awful Starship Troopers movie.  The book was better.  Heck, the cartoon was better than the movie.

 
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Too hard?

Quote: If you don't do your job, I'll kile you myself.

I don't know, but please don't "kile" me.  I don't know what that means, but it sounds bad.   tongue
Torquemada

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« Reply #906 on: 07-21-2002 10:22 »

The book was awfull, but the animated series was great.
David A

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« Reply #907 on: 07-21-2002 10:37 »

 no no  The book was cool.

The animated series was rather good, wasn't it?  Not only was the story better than that of the movie, but so was the acting.  The only good actors in the movie were Michael Ironsides and Clancy Brown, the latter of which did a voice for the animated series as well.  I suppose seing Neil Patrick Harris play 'Doogie Himmler' was entertaining, but other than that, the cast of the movie was just a preview of what happens when the Melrose Place master race makes it into space.
Speli

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« Reply #908 on: 07-21-2002 11:43 »
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Originally posted by David A:
 I don't know, but please don't "kile" me.  I don't know what that means, but it sounds bad.     tongue

Whoops, I meant to write kill, but yes, it was that God awfull movie Starship Troopers...I like the game though

   big grin
Your go
David A

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« Reply #909 on: 07-21-2002 12:23 »

What game?  I assume you aren't talking about the old Starship Troopers wargame from Avalon Hill.  I've never played that one, but it looks very similar to Squad Leader.  I'm more a fan of RPG's, but those old school wargames were pretty neat.

Anyway, here's an easy one:
 
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Our people, our people!  I would have followed you to the end... my brother... my captain... my king!
Speli

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« Reply #910 on: 07-21-2002 12:25 »

No, I mean the new one by Hasbro Interactive
David A

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« Reply #911 on: 07-21-2002 12:29 »

Is that a video game, Speli?
Speli

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« Reply #912 on: 07-21-2002 12:34 »

Yep, it's where you take command of your own platoon and what not...It's cool, you get to equip em' with weapons that weren't even mentioned (the nuke launcher is awesome!) and you can give em' those cool power suits...plus you have specialists like medics, combat engineers, special talents (psychics and telekenetics), and MISt troopers (Mobile Infantry Stealth trooper)...it's really cool...oh, and they have new bugs and the ever popular pseudo-arachnids and hoppers, not to mention tankers and brains...I bet stop here...
Delta-V

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« Reply #913 on: 07-22-2002 08:26 »

 
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Originally posted by David A:
Anyway, here's an easy one:
 
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Our people, our people!  I would have followed you to the end... my brother... my captain... my king!

Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring.
I got all teary-eyed in that scene.
David A

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« Reply #914 on: 07-22-2002 12:29 »

Yeah.  It's Boromir's dying words to Aragorn, very sad.   frown  Boromir didn't seem like such a great guy at first, but he turned out alright in the end.  He died a hero.

Your go, Delta-V.
Delta-V

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« Reply #915 on: 07-24-2002 08:16 »

Here's the next one:
 
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Speaker 1: "Ask that little latin boy in drag why he's crying."
Speaker 2: "Little latin boy in drag, why are you crying?"
Jeremy

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« Reply #916 on: 07-24-2002 13:06 »

"To Wong Foo, Thanks for everything, Julie Newmar"?
Delta-V

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« Reply #917 on: 07-24-2002 20:57 »

Correct!
Speaker 1 is Patrick Swayze
Speaker 2 is Wesley Snipes
They're talking to John Leguizamo
Jeremy

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« Reply #918 on: 07-24-2002 22:58 »

 
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First Person: "You kill anybody?"
Second Person: "A few cops."
First Person: "No real people?"
Second Person: "Just cops."

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« Reply #919 on: 07-25-2002 15:24 »

Resevoir Dogs?
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