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Postby BeeDub » Tue 27 Jul, 2004 09:45 pm

I think both documentaries and silent films are great. But I suppose documentaries have the potential for being more boring.
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Postby ~Zesdy~ » Tue 27 Jul, 2004 10:40 pm

*nudges Bee* Uh, we need the next vs.

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Postby BeeDub » Tue 27 Jul, 2004 11:18 pm

*snore* Huh, what? Oh, OK...

Better team: Wayne and Garth or Bill and Ted?
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Postby Mark » Wed 28 Jul, 2004 09:46 am

Bill and Ted, by far. Wayne Can't be trusted to keep secrets (i.e. the whole pubes comment)

Better Mike Meyers Character: the guy from So I married an Axe murderer or Shrek?

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Postby Audrey » Wed 28 Jul, 2004 09:49 am

Shrek. I HATE So I Married an Axe Murderer.

Who wins the Master of Suspense title -- Alfred Hitchcock or M. Night Shyamalan?
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Postby dillseed_waffles » Wed 28 Jul, 2004 06:05 pm

Hitchcock.

Who's funnier, Joey or Chandler?

Which muppet is more likely to give you food poisoning--Rizzo the Rat or the Swedish chef?

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Postby Mark » Wed 28 Jul, 2004 06:47 pm

Chandler. And Rizzo....The Chef's never been dumb enough to eat wax food.


Better Muppet sidekick: Rizzo, Fozzy, or Gonzo?

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Postby Hass » Thu 29 Jul, 2004 07:20 am

Gonzo, baby, all the way.

To drink out of--cups or glasses?

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Postby Mark » Thu 29 Jul, 2004 11:30 am

cups, but this is Movie vs. movie.


Who would win in a 4 way battle: Anakin, Vader, Luke, or Professor X?

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Postby Hass » Thu 29 Jul, 2004 11:46 am

Woops! I mixed up game threads. Sheesh! :oops:

Definitely Vader.

Who's the scarier psycho? Norman Bates or Dr. Norman Spencer?

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Postby apmusicman » Thu 29 Jul, 2004 04:24 pm

Gotta go with Norman Bates. The whole mother thing frightens me to no end.

Funnier Ben Stiller moment:

The scene from Meet the Parents on the plane: "Your airline, they suck at checking bags!"

From Zoolander the scene at the end: "The Derek Zoolander Center for Children who can't Read Good and Want to Learn to do Other Stuff Good Too."

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Postby Audrey » Fri 30 Jul, 2004 12:11 pm

The airline scene is hysterical. I've even shown it to my ESL students in a unit on travel, and they were practically rolling!


Best Saturday Night Live skit-to-movie: The Blues Brothers, The Coneheads,or Wayne's World.
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Postby fierydarts » Tue 10 Aug, 2004 08:13 pm

Wayne's World. Excellent.

Better villain: Dark Helmet from Spaceballs or Rottingham from Men in Tights?

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Postby BeeDub » Tue 10 Aug, 2004 11:33 pm

Dark Helmet, hands down. Better lines, better casting, better movie.

Better stop-motion movie: "The Nightmare Before Christmas" or "James and the Giant Peach?"
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Postby ~Zesdy~ » Wed 11 Aug, 2004 08:55 am

I love both but I'd have to say my heart leans more toward "The Nightmare Before Christmas." Jack and I understand one another.

Kill Bill: Volume 1 or 2?

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Postby Jesse_16 » Sat 27 Nov, 2004 07:07 pm

vol.1..... my name is buck...

Moulin Rouge or Chicago?

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Postby Hass » Wed 29 Dec, 2004 08:11 am

Moulin Rouge

Ocean's 11 or Ocean's 12?

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Postby BeeDub » Mon 08 Aug, 2005 12:44 pm

Ocean's Eleven.

Batman or Spiderman?
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Postby ~Zesdy~ » Mon 08 Aug, 2005 04:31 pm

Spiderman

Airplane or Holy Grail?

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Postby BeeDub » Mon 08 Aug, 2005 07:36 pm

Holy Grail. But don't call me Shirley.

Worse childhood trauma: Bambi's mom being shot or the heart-grabbing scene from "Temple of Doom"?
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