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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 17:48:32 Reply

At 8/30/10 05:18 PM, Ashman wrote:
At 8/30/10 05:16 PM, Glacier wrote: 3? Hitchhikers guide has a total of 5 books in the trilogy
ermm a trilogy is 3....lol

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 17:58:49 Reply

I'm trying to add something new to my life. I'm going to be watching at least 2 movies on this "Moveary" Every Saturday. I would be great if you guys could help me fix this list. Could you help me find the mystery movies (I hate mystery movies) and if you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them.
Moveary

1.()Napoleon Dynamite
2.()White Noise
3.(_)White Oleander
4.(_)Anger Management
5.(X)50 First Dates
6.(x)Scary Movie
7.(x)Scary Movie 2
8.(x)Scary Movie 3
9.(x)American Pie
10.(x)American Pie 2
11.()American Wedding
12.(X)Harry Potter
13.(X)Harry Potter 2
14.(X)Harry Potter 3
15.()The Wedding Singer
16.(_)Little Black Book
17.()The Village
18.()Donnie Darko
19.(X)Lilo & Stitch
20.(X)Finding Nemo
21.()Finding Neverland
22.()13 Ghosts
23.()Signs
24.(_) White Chicks
25.()Butterfly Effect
26.(_)Thirteen going on 30
27.(X)I, Robot
28.(X)Dodgeball
29.(_)Universal Soldier
30.(X) A Series Of Unfortunate Events
31.() Along Came A Spider
32.()Deep impact
33.(_) KingPin
34.(_) Never Been Kissed
35.()Meet The Parents
36.(X)Meet The Fockers
37.(_)Eight Crazy Nights
38.(_)A Cinderella Story
39.(_)The Terminal
40.(X)The Lizzie McGuire Movie
41.(_)Passport to Paris
42.()Dumb & Dumber
43.(_)Dumb & Dumberer
44.(_)Final Destination
45.()Final Destination 2
46.(x)The Ring
47.(x)The Ring 2
48.(X)Harold & Kumar
49.(_)Practical Magic
50.(_)Chicago
51.()Ghost Ship
52.()From Hell
53.(x)Hellboy
54.(x)Secret Window
55.(x)I Am Sam
56.(_)The Whole Nine Yards
57.(_)The Whole Ten Yards
58.()The Day After Tomorrow
59.()child's Play
60.()Ten Things I Hate About You
61.(_)Just Married
62.(_)Gothika
63.()Sixteen Candles
64.(_)Bad Boys
65.()Bad Boys 2
66.(_)Joy Ride
67.()Seven (SE7EN)
68.()Oceans Eleven
69.()Oceans Twelve
70.()bourneIdentity
71.(_)Lone Star
72.(_)Bedazzled
73.()Predator I
74.()Predator II
75.(x) Alien vs. Predator
76.(_)Cujo
77.(X)Independence Day
78.(_)Darkness Falls
79.(_)Christine
80.(x)ET
81.()Children of the Corn
82.(_)My boss' daughter
83.()Maid in Manhattan
84.(_)Frailty
85.(_)Best bet
86.(_)How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days
87.(_)She's All That
88.(_)Calendar Girls
89.()Sideways
90.(x)Mars Attacks
91.()Event Horizon (libarate me!)
92.(_)Ever after
93.()Forrest Gump
94.()Big Trouble in Little China
95.(x)X-men1
96.(x)X-men2
97.() Catch Me If You Can
98.() The Others
99.(_)Freaky Friday
100.()Reign of Fire
101.()Cruel Intentions
102.()PI
103.()Swimfan
104.(_) Miracle
105.()Old School
106.(_) Ray
107.(_)The Notebook
108.()K-Pax
109.(X)Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
110.(X)Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
111.(X)Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
112.(_)A Walk to Remember
113.(X)Hitch
114.()Super troopers
115.()South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut
116.()the Fifth Element
117.(X)Star wars episode I
118.(X)Star wars episode II
119.(X)Star wars episode IV
120.(X)Star wars episode V
121.(X)Star wars episode VI
122.(x)Starwars Ep. III Revenge of the Sith
123.(_)Swimming with Sharks
124.()Trainspotting
125.(_)People under the stairs
126.(_)Blue Velvet
127.()Sound of music
128.()Parent Trap
129.()The Burbs
130.()SLC Punk
131.(_)Meet Joe Black
132.(_)Wild girls
133.(_)A Clockwork Orange
134.(_)The Order
135.(X)Spiderman
136.(X)Spiderman 2
137.()Amelie
138.(_)Mean Girls
139.(X)Shrek
140.(X)Shrek 2
141.(X)The Incredibles
142.()Collateral
143.(X)The Fast & The Furious
144.(X)2 Fast 2 Furious
145.()Sky Captain & The World of Tomorrow
146.(_)Closer
147.()The Sixth Sense
148.()Artificial intelligence
149.()Love actually
150.(_)Shutter
151.(_)Ella Enchanted
152.(_)Princess diaries 1
153.(_)Princess diaries 2
154.()Constantine
155.()Million Dollar Baby
156.(_)Life of David Gale
157.()25th hour
158.()Vanilla Sky
159.()Eternal sunshine of a spotless mind
160.()Boogie Nights
161.()Braveheart
162.(_)The Anarchist Cook Book
163.(_)My House In Umbria
164.(_)Double Jeopardy
165.(X) Monsters, Inc
166.()High Fidelity
167.(_)Can't Hardly Wait
168.(_)Orange County
169.(_)The Longest Yard
170.()Lost In Translation
171.()Bowling For Columbine
172.()Fahrenheit 9/11
173.(_)Spanglish
174.(x)National Treasure
175.()28 Days Later
176.(_)The Perfect Score
177.(_)Garden State
178.(_)Monster In-Law
179.(_)Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
180.(_)Virgin Suicides
181.()The Royal Tenenbaums
182.()Waiting for Guffman
183.()Adaptation
184.()Life Aquatic
185.(_)Euro Trip
186.(_)Girl Next Door
187.(X)Cheaper By the Dozen
188.()Anchorman
189.(_)Dickie Roberts
190.(_)Radio
191.(_)Ace Ventura, When Nature Calls
192.(_)Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
193.()Rat Race
194.(x)Bruce Almighty
195.(X)Pirates of the Caribbean
196.()Starsky and Hutch
197.(_)Daddy Day Care
198.(_)Down To Earth
199.() Twister
200.(_) Antitrust
201.() Bend it like Beckham
202.(_) House of Wax
203.() Best in Show
204.() A Mighty Wind
205(X) Mr. and Mrs. Smith
206.(X) Batman Begins
207.(_) Unleashed
208.(X) The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
209.() Sahara
210.() Equilibrium
211.() The Transporter
212.(X)Youth In Revolt
213.(X)Scott pilgrim vs the world
214.()Salt

I'm out of artist for the interviews, suggest some!!!
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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 18:03:46 Reply

mab, thats 214 movies. thats crazy. go like.... draw something.

lol :P
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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 18:07:30 Reply

dazed and confuzed
the thing
the shining
requium for a dream
spirited away
pulp fiction
waltz with bashir
a scanner darkly
LOTR
Fistful of Dollars
dirty harry

these are all my favourites

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 18:08:08 Reply

Today is a sad, sad day for the world of JRPGs.
Probably. We'll see how Atlus keeps doing games, but things really don't look good.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 18:16:52 Reply

At 8/30/10 06:03 PM, Kakashi1930 wrote: mab, thats 214 movies. thats crazy. go like.... draw something.
lol :P

Hehe, remember I'm going to be watching at least 2 each Saturday so that's a relieve. I have a few sketches done for some things (big things) but I can't do anything more about it because there's a hurricane and my drawing computer is not working.

At 8/30/10 06:07 PM, austinzombie wrote: dazed and confuzed
the thing
the shining
requium for a dream
(<>X)spirited away
pulp fiction
waltz with bashir
a scanner darkly
LOTR
Fistful of Dollars
dirty harry

these are all my favourites

I'll add them on the list!!!

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 18:32:28 Reply

Thismakes me sad, why haven't we created a proper collab that parodies the book's actual design, colors, layouts and it's actually funny? You all make me sick >:(

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:15:14 Reply

At 8/30/10 04:58 PM, Captain-Ben wrote:
At 8/30/10 03:21 PM, Mabelma wrote: Finished watching "The HitchHiker's Guide to the Galaxy". I never though a comedic movie could be so fun.
The movie is complete garbage compared to the books. If you liked the movie, than you owe it to yourself to read the 3 books. There's so much more to the story and the characters are much better in the books.

Actually, the movie was quite good, though i do like the books a lot more (it is my favorite book series). Anyway there are actually five books though it is called they Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy just to add to the random humor.
The books are:
The Hitchhiker's Guides to the Galaxy
The Restaurant at the End of the Galaxy
So Long and Thanks for all the Fish
Life, the Universe, and Everything
Mostly Harmless
(I don't think it is in that particular order.)
There is also a short story called: "Young Zaphod Plays it Safe"


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:21:51 Reply

At 8/30/10 06:08 PM, Luxembourg wrote: Today is a sad, sad day for the world of JRPGs.
Probably. We'll see how Atlus keeps doing games, but things really don't look good.

I will be very VERY pissed if Persona 5 doesn't come out in the U.S.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:24:12 Reply

At 8/30/10 05:16 PM, Glacier wrote: 3? Hitchhikers guide has a total of 5 books in the trilogy, (and the 6th book And Another Thing written by Eoin Colfer as a tribute to the amazing mind of Douglas Adams.)

Ah, well I just remembered the word "trilogy" being involved. I read them in the Ultimate Hitchhikers Guide book, which is just all the books in one massive book, so I don't remember them as individual books :P

I don't think I've read And Another Thing though, might have to pick it up.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:26:45 Reply

Gonna have to pick them all up then, the movie was great and all this positive feedback toward the books is only making everything better. Also;

jogging God for the win!!!

I have something brewing on my bead but I won't say what it is because I'll probably jix it and never actually finish it.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:32:02 Reply

Movie to add to your list, Mabelma,
Death Proof
Planet Terror
Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus ( a movie so bad it's funny)
Kill Bill
Kill Bill Vol. 2
Pulp Fiction
Paprika (anime)
Howl's Moving Castle

Sorry if any of those are already on your list, but I don't have the patience to read that.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 19:34:09 Reply

Don't think they are there so Ima add them. Saw Moving Castle though.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 20:19:28 Reply

At 8/30/10 07:34 PM, Mabelma wrote: Don't think they are there so Ima add them. Saw Moving Castle though.

Not sure if these are in your list due to tl;dr, but these are some that i liked.
Miracle at St. Anna
Book of Eli
Gran Torino
No country for Old Men
Clerks

Most of those you've probably seen but they're all pretty awesome.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 20:33:57 Reply

Well guys I just got back from a 4 day vacation up at Turkey Point - much fun was had :)

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 20:35:53 Reply

i picked around your list, and i lol's at sisterhood at the traveling pants xD
i saw eternal sunshine of a spotless mind though, it was pretty good. one of his more serious movies. gotta pay attention though.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 21:36:48 Reply

a beautiful mind is really good too

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 21:44:28 Reply

At 8/30/10 09:36 PM, austinzombie wrote: a beautiful mind is really good too

Oh, I forgot about that movie. Best movie I've ever seen.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-30 22:21:03 Reply

At 8/30/10 05:58 PM, Mabelma wrote:
I'm trying to add something new to my life. I'm going to be watching at least 2 movies on this "Moveary" Every Saturday. I would be great if you guys could help me fix this list. Could you help me find the mystery movies (I hate mystery movies) and if you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them.

Define mystery movies and why do you hate them? Like movies with a surprise ending? Or whodunit, detective stuff?

Lesser Known mystery movies (Detective Style) everyone should see:

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
Brick
The Brothers Bloom
Chinatown (lesser known for our generation)
RadioLand Murders

I'd add right off the top of my head movies I think you might not have seen:

Fisher King
City of Lost Children
Delicatessen
My Favorite Year
Noises Off
Blade Runner
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (if you haven't seen it)
Pandorum (little scattered, and initially underwhelming, but was surprised how often I thought of it later)
Arthur
Blazing Saddles
Young Frankenstein
Every Coen Brothers movie ever.
Adaptation
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Pi
The Fountain
Lost Highway (really anything by Lynch, but it's an aquired taste)
Anything of Quentin Tarantino's you haven't seen yet
Anything of Martin Scorsese's you haven't seen yet
Moon
In Bruges
The Godfather movies.
Goodfellas

And I'm starting to reach, and I'm unsure what you've seen so I'll stop
!! Skip Eight Crazy Nights. It's just an enormous piece of shit, and I've sat through some shit. But then again I hated Scary Movie, and all it's spawn. It just seems so lazy. Although if you like that kinda humor see: Airplane! Know your roots.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 00:03:37 Reply

I've been watching a lot of Korean films lately, they're always really gritty, violent, and awesome

Oldboy (or anything by Chan-Wook Park)
Thirst
The Chaser
A Bittersweet Life

Also I don't remember if it was on your list, but as far as detective movies go I'd definitely recommend Brick. It's a great neo-noir, and one of my favorite movies of all time.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 00:55:56 Reply

About Books:
I actually have the Hitchhiker's Guide (bought it last summer), and I'll probably read it once I finish the Bourne Trilogy.

About Movies:
I personally own at least 200 movies on DVD, probably another 100 as burned copies, and another 100 at least on my external.
To Ben - Oldboy is part of a "vengeance trilogy". If you haven't seen them, I suggest watching "sympathy for mr vengeance" and "sympathy for lady vengeance".

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 05:45:56 Reply

About Movies:

Ive mentioned some of these multiple times before; but they werent (all) on your list so here we go again.
Sleuth (adaptation of a play, great acting from Jude Law and Michael Caine)
American History x
Primer
(great low-budget sci-fi psychological thriller drama something)
Thank you for Smoking (Great fun comedy, light entertainment with a very original story without lame jokes)
Everything Is Illuminated(heartwarming comedic drama)
Gone Baby Gone (neo-noir crime drama)
Sin City (part two is in the make, cant wait)
Man on Fire (Action with a great story)

I like to go through lists like this to find good movies


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At 8/31/10 12:55 AM, big-jonny-13 wrote: To Ben - Oldboy is part of a "vengeance trilogy". If you haven't seen them, I suggest watching "sympathy for mr vengeance" and "sympathy for lady vengeance".

Yes I have, I've seen all of Chan-Wook Parks movies, he's an amazing director :P

Oldboy's just the best out of the trilogy IMO.


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 10:27:16 Reply

At 8/30/10 05:58 PM, Mabelma wrote:
I'm trying to add something new to my life. I'm going to be watching at least 2 movies....

Pan's Labyrinth. Seven Pounds. The Begotten. Up. Mary and Max.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 11:45:54 Reply

Ponyo, Princess Mononoke, Laputa: Castle in the Sky and Tales from Earthsea or something similar to that.

I like Studio Ghibli :D

These are just the movies i've seen; aside from Howl's moving castle, which you said you'd already seen.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 12:20:56 Reply

@Ben - Yeah, I'm gonna agree with you on that. Oldboy is the best of that trilogy.

@Dan - Dude, don't forget Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro.

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 12:45:11 Reply

So many great movies, I must add them all!!!

I have seen many if not all the anime movies mentioned.

Who's looking forward to Castle Crasher releasing today?

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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 12:50:03 Reply

At 8/31/10 12:45 PM, Mabelma wrote:
Who's looking forward to Castle Crasher releasing today?

*Raises hand*

I'm looking forward more, however, to buying it tomorrow (no money today =P).


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Response to Art Forum Lounge 2010-08-31 12:57:46 Reply

I have the money but haven't got a psn card... Gonna have to buy it later :(