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i wanted to ask a question about star trek and spaceballs, did you notice the voice of the computer spock was interacting with prior to attempting to mind meld with vger, sounds almost identical to the voice of the countdown computer on spaceball one near the end of the movie?

i also encourage other people to post things they found, so this post doesnt go to waste on just one question

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within 30 seconds of a movie trailer, i can tell its a independant film, its the same thing over and over, do all of them have to be mopey people, with a life crisis, or a recent death of a loved one with depressing guitar strumming as the score?

does this not get annoying after awhile?

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Exactly correct, GP. [Smile] Critic Roger Ebert wrote a book on movie cliches called "The Little Movie Glossary" where he has stuff like that where you see it, and you know exactly what is up. How about the trailers with the bombastic guy that always started, "In a world..."
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the brand of beer predominately seen in john hughes films, and films that take place in chicago, is Old Style Beer.
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funny story, i was watching the breakfast club last night, and prior to this i had just purchased a lcd tv, picking up a lot more detail in movies the movies i watch now

the scene where ally sheedy threw the lunch meat at the statue, i have thought it was pastrami for years and come to find out last night it was olive loaf!

the new tv's make a difference with the details of movies

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how much pricilla pointer and deforest kelly look alike?
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Old Style is now the feature beer in the U.S. version of the television show Shameless. I guess if we had a Pittsburgh themed show, it would be Iron City beer for the feature beer.

GP, I agree about the trailers for indy movies. I can always tell and indy movie trailer from big box office trailers.

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that in alot of movies richard nixon is associated with some kind of evil or villany.

ex. in the movie misery, paul sheldon is looking through anne wilkes scrapbook and she happens to have a elect nixon pennent inside.

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Yeah, I remember seeing Nixon on the wall in the basement beside the trioxin tanks in Return of the Living Dead.
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how much pricilla pointer and deforest kelly look alike?

Ann Ramsey and Mickey Rourke Now.
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Got another Nixon for you Good Package, Universal Soilder. Jean Claude is watching Nixon on the tube and flashes back on a memory, almost as if Nixon has somthing to do witht he whole black op.
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And looking closely at the Hill (Hell) Valley newspaper in 1985A Marty perused, one can note that in Biff's horrific alternate reality, Nixon had been in office for 4 terms, seeking a 5th, and still running the Vietnam war (although for the newspaper promising to end it by 1986).
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Nice Grab CandyFanMan, never caught that before.

Say on another note Did you ever notice that Bill Conti got sloppy with his film scores? That is in the film Bush Whacked with Daniel Stern and the film Spy Hard he recycled themes from the film Masters of the Universe?

Also speaking of Bushwhacked I think Nixon was on the wall in there as well, but I can't be certain, it's been weeks since I last seen it.

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on big trouble in little china, the picture of lem-lee, (the funeral that lo pan and the three storms bust up) also appears in the movie die hard, where gruber's guys are trying to crack the code, on the computer it says red castle and has lem-lee's picture
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in every farrelly bros movie bill murray appears in he eats a hard boiled egg
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one of the knights at the begining of the movie Krull also appears in Pee Wee's Big Adventure in costume on the warner bros studio lot.
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Obvious one: Jim Morrison on the wall of the cave in The Lost Boys. What is the go with that?
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the undead are big fans of the doors
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Hahaha [Big Grin]
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i made this post before but never got a answer, what actor or actress has the most death scenes in the history of film?
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Clint Eastwood?
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im not sure myself, i was wondering if i could get a group of people working on this, i know that joe pantloliano has alot of them
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I'm just thinking that Clint Eastwood has arguably been in more movies that anybody else who is alive today and in most of his movies he is either a cop or a drifter who always yields a body count. He's gotta be up there.
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