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by Mr Stay Puft
11 Feb 2003, 12:59
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Trilogy actors
Replies: 61
Views: 59975

James Earl Jones: "Star Wars" and the Jack Ryan films as Admiral Greer.

When T3 is released and if Conan 3 ever gets made, we can add Arnold.

I believe you mean The Man With No Name and Dirty Harry for Clint Eastwood.
by Mr Stay Puft
11 Feb 2003, 12:41
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Oscar Nominations
Replies: 43
Views: 7031

I also think "We Were Soldiers" was robbed.

On a more obscure note, I think the Original Song category should have included one of the two Hawaiian themed songs from "Lilo and Stitch".
by Mr Stay Puft
20 Nov 2002, 11:12
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Things that make you go huh?
Replies: 102
Views: 11791

There was a deleted scene with a giant octopus. You can view it on the DVD. It's not a very good scene.
by Mr Stay Puft
15 Nov 2002, 17:35
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Favorite 007?
Replies: 13
Views: 4550

I think Brosnan combines the best of the previous Bonds. That's why he's my vote. I think "Goldeneye" was underrated. If Roger Moore had made only "Live and Let Die" and "The Spy Who Loved Me", he'd win otherwise.
by Mr Stay Puft
15 Nov 2002, 17:31
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: A New James Bond - who would it be?
Replies: 24
Views: 8064

In a TV Guide interview, Brosnan indicated he may not be ready to pass the role on to someone else. He did say that he thought Paul Bettany - Russell Crowe's roommate in "A Beautiful Mind" - would be a good choice.
by Mr Stay Puft
14 Nov 2002, 15:18
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Who Would Play You in The Film of Your Life?
Replies: 55
Views: 6123

Michael J Fox. Same age, same features, same manic energy; only I'm a few inches taller and a few pounds heavier.
by Mr Stay Puft
14 Nov 2002, 15:02
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Comic Books that have been made into films
Replies: 16
Views: 3956

The Mask
by Mr Stay Puft
13 Nov 2002, 13:34
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Your Favorite Movie That No One Else On Earth Has Seen
Replies: 72
Views: 9902

A couple of foreign films: "Soldier of Orange" starring Rutger Hauer and directed by Paul Verhoeven, before they both made the trip to Hollywood from the Netherlands. It also starred Jeroen Krabbe and the cinematographer was Jan de Bont ("Speed"). I have the DVD, that last tidbit was not from memory...
by Mr Stay Puft
13 Nov 2002, 13:21
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: [b]Beautiful People terrible films[/b]
Replies: 17
Views: 5914

Cameron Diaz. She was excellent, and stunning, in "The Mask" (a film I can watch over and over), but most everything else was garbage. "Charlie's Angel's" was garbage, but I watched it a couple times because of her. I hated "There's Something About Mary", as well as "Very Bad Things", "My Best Frien...
by Mr Stay Puft
13 Nov 2002, 12:49
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: The Film you've watched the most times?
Replies: 65
Views: 6086

If you're talking about in the theaters, then "Star Wars". Otherwise..."Star Wars". A distant second is "Ghostbusters".

Also "Raiders of the Lost Ark", "The Godfather", and recently, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone". My 8-year-old daughter and I have watched the disc a dozen times since May.
by Mr Stay Puft
13 Nov 2002, 12:42
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Most surprising movie death?
Replies: 64
Views: 14550

All those people in "Titanic". Who saw that coming?!!!
by Mr Stay Puft
13 Nov 2002, 12:40
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Best Death Sequence EVER
Replies: 61
Views: 12225

Sonny Corleone at the toll booth in "The Godfather". At the opposite end of the spectrum, but just as good: Fredo's execution in "The Godfather Part II". As for non-violent death scenes: Tom Hanks in "Philadelphia". Just a smile and "I'm ready." Neil Young's closing song ("Philadelphia") did not get...
by Mr Stay Puft
12 Nov 2002, 10:42
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Ode to Jack. Who is the Greatest Mental Character in Film?
Replies: 41
Views: 10664

Rutger Hauer in "The Hitcher". Never picked up a hitcher or hitched since.
by Mr Stay Puft
06 Nov 2002, 10:12
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: What did everyone watch for halloween?!
Replies: 25
Views: 9215

I watched horror/Halloween movies for the two weeks leading up to Halloween. I watched "A Nightmare Before Christmas", "Casper", "Beetlejuice", "The Addams Family", "Ghostbusters" and "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" with my kids. Without my kids I watched excellent DVD releases of "Evil Dead...
by Mr Stay Puft
06 Nov 2002, 10:00
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Networks Cash In
Replies: 7
Views: 3390

"A Few Good Men" on TV also starred Cuba Gooding, Jr after he won his Oscar.

I saw a commercial just yesterday on Bravo for "Excalibur", starring Patrick Stewart, Gabriel Byrne and Liam Neeson.
by Mr Stay Puft
06 Nov 2002, 09:54
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Favorite uses of music in movies (not the score)
Replies: 60
Views: 18470

Iron Butterfly's "In-a-Gadda-da-Vida" was a great selection for the finale of "Manhunter".
by Mr Stay Puft
06 Nov 2002, 09:49
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: (not a movie but..)help in locating this video.
Replies: 2
Views: 2123

It could have been one of the Young Comedians specials. You could try Jake's website: www.jakethis.com
by Mr Stay Puft
22 Mar 2002, 11:48
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: BAD ACTORS
Replies: 25
Views: 6584

Alec was in "The Hunt for Red October", so I'll cut him some slack.
by Mr Stay Puft
12 Mar 2002, 11:16
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: BAD ACTORS
Replies: 25
Views: 6584

I liked J-Lo in "Out of Sight".

I think Ben Affleck is lucky he met Matt Damon.

I think Ashley Judd is lucky she's a Judd.

I think Cuba Gooding, Jr. is one of the worst Oscar winning actors ever.
by Mr Stay Puft
10 Dec 2001, 16:31
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Favorite movie featuring animals
Replies: 53
Views: 6467

"Jaws" - It's the best man versus beast film ever made. "My Dog Skip" - Frankie Muniz is a sharp young talent. I never miss "Malcolm in the Middle". "The Adventures of Milo and Otis" - Stunning photography and starring my favorite breed of dog - the pug. "Babe" - Sorry, I know you said no talking an...
by Mr Stay Puft
17 Nov 2001, 07:24
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Most Evil Characters
Replies: 52
Views: 26493

Richard Gere as Dennis Peck in "Internal Affairs". I though he did a great job. Good supporting cast and direction as well.
by Mr Stay Puft
14 Nov 2001, 07:11
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Worst Movie Ever Created
Replies: 118
Views: 22701

Just to weigh in: "L.A. Confidential" was excellent and should have been named Best Picture in 1997 instead of "Titanic" (which I didn't hate). "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" was amazing and should have been named Best Picture in 2000 instead of "Gladiator" (which I really liked so I wasn't too di...
by Mr Stay Puft
07 Nov 2001, 05:52
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Funniest Scene in a Movie
Replies: 105
Views: 18961

"Comedy is the ability to make people laugh, without making them puke." - Steve Martin
by Mr Stay Puft
06 Nov 2001, 12:51
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Most Evil Characters
Replies: 52
Views: 26493

Jean Reno did it before and slightly better than Harvey Keitel as Victor the Cleaner in "La Femme Nikita". Tom Berenger as Sgt. Barnes in "Platoon" was pretty nasty. He always thought he was doing what was best in order to win. Wes Studi as Magua in "The Last of the Mohicans" was also pretty nasty. ...
by Mr Stay Puft
05 Nov 2001, 07:08
Forum: Movie Madness
Topic: Musical Moments
Replies: 62
Views: 28656

"The Deer Hunter": The scene in the bar with DeNiro, Walken and the rest singing along to "Can't Take My Eyes Off You". That scene is more powerful after a repeat viewing since you learn that this is one of the last moments when they are all truly happy. "The Blues Brothers": It's not really a full-...