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Post by Captain Terror » Sat Jul 11, 2020 5:54 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
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Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:05 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
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Post by Death Proof » Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:28 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
Ain't no grave gonna hold this body down
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Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:39 pm

Death Proof wrote:
Sat Jul 11, 2020 6:28 pm
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
reptiles don't have tits. it's gonna have to be human tits.
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Post by Torgo » Sat Jul 11, 2020 7:17 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
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Post by Thief » Sat Jul 11, 2020 7:32 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
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Post by Charles » Sat Jul 11, 2020 7:48 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
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Post by Death Proof » Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:55 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
9. five words: Jeff Goldblum riding a T-Rex
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Post by Captain Terror » Sat Jul 11, 2020 8:59 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
9. five words: Jeff Goldblum riding a T-Rex
10. Stop-motion dinosaurs
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Post by Death Proof » Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:08 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
9. five words: Jeff Goldblum riding a T-Rex
10. Stop-motion dinosaurs
11. This happens:
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Post by Torgo » Sat Jul 11, 2020 9:14 pm

13 things you want to see in the next Jurassic Park movie

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
9. five words: Jeff Goldblum riding a T-Rex
10. Stop-motion dinosaurs
11. This happens:
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12. A map to an ancient Mayan relic buried under the island is discovered, so the scientists race to unearth it before the park's evil corporation does
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Post by replican » Sat Jul 11, 2020 11:27 pm

I mean dinosaurs developing sentience abilities allowing them to weaponize is as Hollywood blockbuster franchise as you can get.

One can just imagine that pitch session.
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Post by replican » Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:27 am

1. no kids OR a kid gets killed in the first act in a rampant act of subverted expectation
2. The island gets nuked at the end
3. Elasmotherium stampede
4. Matthew Modine is killed by a dinosaur
5. Tits. Human tits, not dinosaur tits. Okay, dinosaur tits, too.
6. A Heart of Darkness-like tale about a mission to assassinate Muldoon ("Clever Girl"), who actually survived and became a leader to dinosaurs that escaped the park
7. A dinosaur sitting at the White House. Dinosaurs rule the world. The End.
8. No visible dinosaurs. The whole movie is about lawmakers fighting against conservative legislation. In the end, the dinosaurs inside us were the real danger.
9. five words: Jeff Goldblum riding a T-Rex
10. Stop-motion dinosaurs
11. This happens:
Image
12. A map to an ancient Mayan relic buried under the island is discovered, so the scientists race to unearth it before the park's evil corporation does
13. female paleontologist having an existential crisis about whether her role as a mother and wife has been subverted by her career

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
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Post by Death Proof » Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:45 am

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
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Post by Wooley » Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:57 am

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
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Post by Patrick McGroin » Tue Jul 14, 2020 4:06 am

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
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Post by Captain Terror » Tue Jul 14, 2020 4:10 am

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
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Post by replican » Tue Jul 14, 2020 4:24 am

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
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13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away -
the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral:

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13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
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Post by Captain Terror » Tue Jul 14, 2020 1:05 pm

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
9. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton gets kissed)
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Post by Thief » Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:09 pm

13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
9. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton gets kissed)
10. Back to the Future II ("Is your name Marty McFly!!!")
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13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
9. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton gets kissed)
10. Back to the Future II ("Is your name Marty McFly!!!")
11. The Quiet Man
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13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
9. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton gets kissed)
10. Back to the Future II ("Is your name Marty McFly!!!")
11. The Quiet Man
12. The Notebook
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13 films with characters getting drench in rain and not caring about it

1. Cast Away - the reunion at the end
2. Blade Runner (tears in the rain scene)
3. L.A. Story (the climax)
4. The Shawshank Redemption (Andy's escape)
5. Singing in the Rain (duh)
6. Matrix revolutions - fight scene
7. Four Weddings & A Funeral
8. Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade ("It belongs in a museum." "So do you!")
9. The Cameraman (Buster Keaton gets kissed)
10. Back to the Future II ("Is your name Marty McFly!!!")
11. The Quiet Man
12. The Notebook
13. The Outsiders

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1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
9. Kingsmen (A yellow submarine in the vehicle hangar)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
9. Kingsmen (A yellow submarine in the vehicle hangar)
10. Spider-Man 2 (after Parker says he needs a strong focus, he leaps from a building and lands on a Ford Focus but doesn't damage the car)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
9. Kingsmen (A yellow submarine in the vehicle hangar)
10. Spider-Man 2 (after Parker says he needs a strong focus, he leaps from a building and lands on a Ford Focus but doesn't damage the car)
11. The Shawshank Redemption (the mugshot photo of a young Red is Morgan Freeman's son)
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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
9. Kingsmen (A yellow submarine in the vehicle hangar)
10. Spider-Man 2 (after Parker says he needs a strong focus, he leaps from a building and lands on a Ford Focus but doesn't damage the car)
11. The Shawshank Redemption (the mugshot photo of a young Red is Morgan Freeman's son)
12. Layer Cake (blink and you'll miss that there's a layer cake on the table in the party scene at the end)
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

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13 Hidden Details In Movies

1. IT: Chapter 1 (A woman in the library smiling like Pennywise in the background behind Ben as he reads)
2. Back to the Future (the sign Twin Pine Mall changes to Lone Pine Mall at the end since McFly runs over one of the pines during the film)
3. Seven (two designers spent many hours and around $15,000 making John Doe's journals. They're only seen in the film for a couple of minutes)
4. Foolish Wives (it was the most expensive movie ever made at the time, partly because von Stroheim insisted on the extras wearing authentic period underwear and used real champagne and caviar at banquet scenes)
5. Raiders of the Lost Ark (R2-D2 and C3p0 hieroglyphs in the Well of the Souls)
6. The Emperor's New Groove (when you see Yzma after she pours the llama potion into the cactus, look at the cactus: it's shaped like a llama)
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier (Nick Fury's gravestone has a quote from Ezekiel 25:17 on it)
8. Fight Club (the image of Tyler Durden flashing a couple of times in the first act before he is revealed)
9. Kingsmen (A yellow submarine in the vehicle hangar)
10. Spider-Man 2 (after Parker says he needs a strong focus, he leaps from a building and lands on a Ford Focus but doesn't damage the car)
11. The Shawshank Redemption (the mugshot photo of a young Red is Morgan Freeman's son)
12. Layer Cake (blink and you'll miss that there's a layer cake on the table in the party scene at the end)
13. Phantom Menace - EVA pod from 2001 A Space Odyssey seen in Watto's junkyard

13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon

or at least aged better than most movies of their ilk (nobody's perfect). they don't have to be 100% aligned with 2020 standards of "good" politics.
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors


If I understand the topic correctly.
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
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13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
9. Being There
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by MrCarmady » Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:40 pm

13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
9. Being There
10. Network
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Post by John Dumbear » Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:50 pm

13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
9. Being There
10. Network
11. In the Heat of the Night
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by replican » Thu Jul 16, 2020 4:00 pm

13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
9. Being There
10. Network
11. In the Heat of the Night
12. First Blood - it's treatment of vets and PTSD seems so far ahead of its time
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by MrCarmady » Thu Jul 16, 2020 4:12 pm

Just noticed we have 3 Sidney Lumet movies in there.
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Post by Oxnard Montalvo » Fri Jul 17, 2020 1:41 pm

13 pre-1990 movies about contentious social issues that have aged well

1. Dog Day Afternoon
2. Colors
3. Do the Right Thing
4. The Apartment
5. 12 Angry Men
6. Chinatown
7. Guess Who's Coming To Dinner?
8. Videodrome
9. Being There
10. Network
11. In the Heat of the Night
12. First Blood
13. Robocop

13 directors who ought to make a movie about Trump

1. Paul Verhoeven
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