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Pick One or the Other: Movie Edition
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 14, 2006 12:26 pm   Post subject: Pick One or the Other: Movie Edition Reply with quote


I thought it would be cool to do the same thing we are doing in the Soundtracks Forum for movies, so I will kick it off with what I think is a toughy:

Question Gladiator OR Braveheart
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dang it nate, that's not fair!! making me choose between two cute guys in skirts, two "historical" movies, and two films with great scores! Very Happy

well, as much as this might get me blasted, i'm gonna go with braveheart. gotta go with my scottish ancestors. FREEDOM!

ok, my turn now. spin-off of my score question:
willy wonka or charlie and the chocolate factory?
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Exclamation I'd have to say Willy Wonka. I love Gene Wilder and he does such a great job!!!


Ok, Johnny Depp movies...

Question Pirates of the Caribbean or Sleepy Hollow




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Question This is an EASY one for me: Pirates of the Caribbean hands down!!!!!

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Exclamation Toy Story OR Finding Nemo
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Arrow Wow, that's a hard one. I'm going to have to go with Finding Nemo.

Question Ok, here's one with movies featuring Kurt Russell. Stargate or Escape from New York?
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Exclamation Ouch Hurr... those are both awesome, but I'd have to say Escape from New York. Gotta love Snake Pliskin! Very Happy


Nic Cage movies....

Question The Rock or Face Off
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Uff, that one isn't easy either, asri... Rolling Eyes

Exclamation Considering that Sean Connery is just an awesome icon, I'd take "The Rock", but with reservation...

Question The Sixth Sense OR Stir of Echoes ?
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Exclamation I will pick The Sixth Sense

Lets stick with an M Night Shaymalan(sp?) theme

Question Signs OR The Village
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Signs all the way. The village wasn't as well executed in my opinion. Kind of dull.

James Bond duel:
Goldeneye or Man with the Golden Gun
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Ouch... another hard one...
I'm such a huge Brosnan fan, but Man with a Golden Gun is totally the best of the two!


Hmmm... how about kid movies?

Harry Potter or Liminy Snicket?
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Lemony Snicket. ok against the grain. Harry Potter was interesting,but the Lemony was one of the those movies that made you go wow. I also loved the music and Lemony actually entertained all of my nephews and nieces.

Ok, star trek movies.

Star trek-first contact or star trek insurrection.
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Arrow Oh man... Star Trek First Contact was vastly superior.

Question Ok, contemporary comedies... Anchorman or Dodgeball?
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Exclamation Well, I would say Dodgeball as I did not quite "get" Anchorman.....Vince Vaughn was great in dodgeball too.

Question Shanghai Noon OR Shanghai Knights
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Exclamation Shanghai Noon!! Shanghai Knights seemed like a beating of the proverbial dead horse.

Question classic comedy time...
Caddyshack OR National Lampoon's Vacation
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Exclamation Caddyshack

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Question episode 3 (revenge of the sith) or episode 5 (the empire strikes back)
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