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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
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Post by John Dumbear » Tue Sep 08, 2020 2:18 pm

13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4.The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
9. Atonement
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4. The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
9. Atonement
10. Once Upon a Time in America
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Post by Torgo » Tue Sep 08, 2020 4:25 pm

13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4. The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
9. Atonement
10. Once Upon a Time in America
11. The French Connection
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13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4. The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
9. Atonement
10. Once Upon a Time in America
11. The French Connection
12. Sleepaway Camp?
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Post by replican » Wed Sep 09, 2020 2:08 am

13 films that end with one long static shot

1. The Third Man
2. Birdemic: Shock and terror
3. The White Ribbon
4. The Long Goodbye
5. Parasite
6. Werckmeister Harmonies
7. Big Night
8. Portrait of a Lady on Fire
9. Atonement
10. Once Upon a Time in America
11. The French Connection
12. Sleepaway Camp?
13. Wiener-Dog :(

13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
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I'm going to refrain from anymore adds. I actually want to watch some of these that I haven't already. Bring em...
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
9. The Deer Hunter
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
9. The Deer Hunter
10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
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Post by Torgo » Thu Sep 10, 2020 5:58 pm

13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
9. The Deer Hunter
10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
11. They Live
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
9. The Deer Hunter
10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
11. They Live
12. Night of the Living Dead
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13 iconoclastic films

1. Five Easy Pieces
2. Unforgiven
3. Aguirre, the Wrath of God
4. The Last Temptation of Christ
5. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
6. The Holy Mountain
7. The Devils
8. Alice's Restaurant
9. The Deer Hunter
10. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
11. They Live
12. Night of the Living Dead
13. The Irishman

13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
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Post by Popcorn Reviews » Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:48 pm

13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
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Post by Wooley » Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:45 pm

Popcorn Reviews wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 3:48 pm
13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

4. World War Z
Ha!
No shit, right?
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
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Post by Popcorn Reviews » Sat Sep 12, 2020 6:30 pm

Wooley wrote:
Sat Sep 12, 2020 4:45 pm
Ha!
No shit, right?
Yeah, that movie pretty much owns this topic.
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
9. The Raven (1963)
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adapatations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
9. The Raven (1963)
10. First Blood
For starters Rambo dies. Colonel Trautman kills him. But the biggest changes involve Will Teasle. In the book he's a largely sympathetic character and even forms some kind of psychic bond with Rambo allowing him to "see" what Rambo is doing and planning.
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adaptations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
9. The Raven (1963)
10. First Blood
For starters Rambo dies. Colonel Trautman kills him. But the biggest changes involve Will Teasle. In the book he's a largely sympathetic character and even forms some kind of psychic bond with Rambo allowing him to "see" what Rambo is doing and planning.
11. Ready Player One
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adaptations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
9. The Raven (1963)
10. First Blood
For starters Rambo dies. Colonel Trautman kills him. But the biggest changes involve Will Teasle. In the book he's a largely sympathetic character and even forms some kind of psychic bond with Rambo allowing him to "see" what Rambo is doing and planning.
11. Ready Player One
12. A Clockwork Orange
The novel ends with the possibility that Alex really will give up being a hooligan
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13 Biggest Differences Between Source Materials And Their Movie Adaptations

1. Forrest Gump:
Jen-knee doesn't die, but marries a different man and has a kid with him instead
2. Frankenstein: Takes place over years and in 3 countries, and The Monster is super smart and learned 3 languages just by observing people.
3. The Shining: topiary animals omitted, Jack uses a croquet mallet instead of an axe,
Halloran isn't killed
4. World War Z
5. The Running Man:
Ben Richards crashes a plane into the TV channel building, killing himself and Killian
6. The Big Sleep
All of the homosexuality, S&M, and pornography, which was central to the plot of the book, is removed from the film.
7. The Mist
8. Starship Troopers
9. The Raven (1963)
10. First Blood
For starters Rambo dies. Colonel Trautman kills him. But the biggest changes involve Will Teasle. In the book he's a largely sympathetic character and even forms some kind of psychic bond with Rambo allowing him to "see" what Rambo is doing and planning.
11. Ready Player One
12. A Clockwork Orange
The novel ends with the possibility that Alex really will give up being a hooligan
13. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Arwen doesn't rescue Frodo at Bruinen in the book
13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
8. Ready Player One
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
8. Ready Player One
9. Casino Royale
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13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
8. Ready Player One
9. Casino Royale
10. The Green Mile
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by Captain Terror » Sun Sep 13, 2020 8:40 pm

13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
8. Ready Player One
9. Casino Royale
10. The Green Mile
11. The Planet of the Apes
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Re: Baker's Dozen Game

Post by replican » Mon Sep 14, 2020 4:36 am

13 film adaptations you enjoyed as much or even more than their books

1. No Country for Old Men
2. IT
3. The Godfather
4. The Running Man
5. The Martian
6. Goldfinger
7. 2001: A Space Odyssey
8. Ready Player One
9. Casino Royale
10. The Green Mile
11. The Planet of the Apes
12. Into the Wild
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