"Yippie Kai Yay Mr. Falcon!" In a censored version of Die Hard II, a dubbed over Bruce Willis exclaims these words as a final FU to the bad guys. Anyone know where I can download this tidbit?
Can a barebones film concept be shopped to screenwriters? [more inside]
Help me get thirty inner-city kids into a movie for free. [more inside]
Why has the Drudge Report been obsessively pushing the movie "Dreamgirls"? [more inside]
FilmSchoolFilter: In terms of cinematography, what factors cause different movies to, well...look different? [more inside]
Bulgarian movies, or movies with Bulgarian subtitles, available to rent either (a) in Toronto area, or (b) to buy or rent over the internet? [more inside]
I want to make a list of every movie and book I've ever seen/read. There are a few categorizing apps like this, but nothing I've found is very efficient. Here's my idea and tell me if it's already been done: I can search by genre, actor, director, author, etc and be given a list (preferably with the movie/book cover as a clickable icon), which I can then simply click on to go to my master list. The list then has my choices darkened (and the unclicked ones still light), so I can easily see, say, which Scorsese movie I haven't gotten to yet. Does anything like this exist? If not, it'd be a good project for me to work on (tho probably waaay over my head).
Can anyone suggest films in which a main character has a close confrontation with death and as a result undergoes a dramatic change in personality?
I'm looking for movies about the first Gulf War. [more inside]
Who was the bowler that rolled The Dude in the first dream sequence in The Big Lebowski? [more inside]
Recognize this movie? Somebody asked the Onion's AV Club about it and they (I think) got it wrong -- and it's a movie that's been bugging me for some time also. Can AskMe get it right? Details inside include a crashed WWII bomber in the desert and spooky ghost crew members. [more inside]
Keep your eyes on the prize. Never give up. Fight until the end. This is the kind of positive message I'm looking for in music and in movies, and I'm asking for recommendations from the hivemind [more inside]
What movies take place around Christmas time but don't actually have anything to do with Christmas? [more inside]
How to download a movie trailer? [more inside]
How do I know if IMAX will make me sick? [more inside]
List some music videos that rip off movies. [more inside]
What feature length films have Rube Goldberg machines in them? Can you think of movies that have scenes with machines/devices that are either rube goldberg machines or rube goldberg-esque?
What are your favorite Christmas movies? [more inside]
How to find source for quote from Mexican film legend Cantinflas? [more inside]
Why the hell is Anthony Michael Hall called "Farmer Ted" in "Sixteen Candles"? [more inside]
Please help me find movies that end with the main character dying. WARNING: Question and answers may contain spoilers, in case it's not obvious. [more inside]
How to introduce a little kid to grown-up movies? [more inside]
Examples of poor customer service/angry customers in movies. [more inside]
I recently watched Garden State and I realized that all the movies I love are exactly the same. Can you recommend some more? [more inside]
Identify this 60s-era movie: the movie revolves around a man-made statue of a Greek god (Poseidon?) that stands with one foot on each side of a channel. He holds a giant vat of molten lead for the purpose of dumping on enemy/hostile ships that pass beneath him. [more inside]
I'm looking for sites related to American popular culture from the early 20th century: books, films, radio, magazines, music, dance, comic strips, celebrities — you name it. I'm particularly interested on the period between the wars, but open to great stuff from before (and during) World War I, as well. Little Nemo, Keystone Kops, the Lindy Hop, Enrico Caruso, Fatty Arbuckle, Al Jolson, Clara Bow, Flash Gordon, Alice blue, Teddy bears, etc. These are all the sorts of things I'm after, especially as they're represented on the web. Bonus points for sites with RSS feeds. [more inside]
Name-That-Movie-Filter. I'm asking for my girlfriend because she can't think of the name for this movie she remembers and it's driving her nuts. Its not much to go by but what she does remember you will find inside. [more inside]
Is there a term for this particular philosophical phenomenon? [more inside]
"The Prestige" spoiler question, do not read if you have any intention of seeing the movie. [more inside]
Please help me identify a freaky 1970's (maybe 1960's) movie! Plot inside. [more inside]
How do I analyze the film "the rules of the game"? [more inside]
Where can I find cheap or free data feeds for movies in theatres and new DVD releases for use in a commercial website?
Where can I get free or low cost movie feeds / data sources for use in a commercial website? [more inside]
I've just started watching Six Feet Under on Bravo, where it's being syndicated. I was skeptical at first, because I knew the show would have to be edited for content, but I was halfway into the first episode before I even noticed any changes (at least language-wise). My question: How do they do it so well? [more inside]
Friend of mine is looking to track down the name of a movie. The dialogue is in English, French and Japanese. Most of the story is set in post-WWII Japan. It is about a French engineer who is working there. He is developping a relationship with a Japanese woman who runs a kimono store, but his old flame flies in from France and hijinks ensue. No it's not "Hiroshima, mon amour". As always there is [more inside]
What's up with that annoying fast-motion digital effect that's been popping up in movies the past few years? I think it's supposed to make things look scary, but it really has the effect of making everything look like a bad Benny Hill comedy. Is this something that directors do to their movies on purpose, or is it a byproduct of some sort of digital processing? [more inside]
Looking for smart narrative dance movies in the vein of "Billy Elliot" or "Swing Kids." Those are the only ones I can think of-- please help! [more inside]
I'm looking for a list of adult film's that borrow part of their title from big name Hollywood movies. (Answers will probably be NSFW) [more inside]
A russian James Bond? [more inside]
My daughters, age 2 and 4, have been asked to be flower girls at my nephew's wedding. They're kinda shy and have no idea what to expect. I'm looking for depictions of flower girls in movies that I can rent. [more inside]
(The original) The Shining: filmed on a 1.37:1 negative for display on a 1.33:1 TV or matting to 1.85:1 in theater (see 1, 2, 3 and many other sources). So why does my PC's DVD player grab screenshots at 1.50:1? [more inside]
What film was being shot in Washington Square Park yesterday? [more inside]
I'm trying to remember the name of a movie from the 70s or 80s which featured a woman who met up on a ski slope with an amputee gentleman (please pardon if that is not the correct term); he skied with one ski, and had a line, "Even bad sex is still pretty good" which he delivered with a French accent
My goal is to find scenes from movies (or tv shows) that show funny/ironic employees/managers/customers interactions. Similar to Office Space or The Office. Any ideas? Thank you!
Can anyone recommend movies in which reunions and/or interesting experiences occur in airports? [more inside]
Moviefilter: Recommend some good films set in London? [more inside]
When I was about ten when I saw this movie about a family trapped in a house. Their windows and doors were bricked in and they could not get out. Whenever they turned the television on a strange logo appeared. I think I remember the mother accusing the father of having done something to cause this situation. The thing that sticks in my mind was a scene towards the end of the movie where tons of black goo comes down the chimney and out of the fireplace. [more inside]
Help remember the name of this this film, please. A surrealistic mock-documentary about an ill-fated antarctic expedition. [more inside]
A friend is trying to remember the name of a movie she saw on Bravo in the mid-to-late 90s. She remembers it as being either in French or Italian, with the plot as follows: "it's about this couple that gets married and they're not meant to be together or something like that,so they're never in the same room together. if the husband walked into the living room the wife was in the kitchen, if the wife was on the stairs the husband was in the basement... it was really weird. they kept disappearing." If anyone can remember it, the hivemind can!
A few months ago, there was news that Kevin Smith would release a director's commentary early, so fans of Clerks 2 could rewatch the movie in a theater with an iPod. Clerks 2 has come and gone from my local theater but I'm still wondering if this audio ever came out, because I'd love to hear it and watch the movie again (have to catch it at the $1 theater now). Anyone ever heard what became of this? I don't see any mentions of it online