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#26 Post by snotball » 28 Apr 2003, 13:35

luke_os wrote:I dont know them so I'm gonna save my votes and hope that no-one else knows them and we can get some clues.
Sorry, but no chance for that.
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#27 Post by snotball » 28 Apr 2003, 13:54

Here's a tip. You can use IMDB to check if the guess you're not sure about, was actually released by the company that appears on the logo. Don't waste your guesses.
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#28 Post by » 28 Apr 2003, 20:57

snotball wrote:Here's a tip. You can use IMDB to check if the guess you're not sure about, was actually released by the company that appears on the logo. Don't waste your guesses.
I'm afraid you are underestimating my laziness.
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#29 Post by snotball » 28 Apr 2003, 21:49

A2 wrote:
snotball wrote:Here's a tip. You can use IMDB to check if the guess you're not sure about, was actually released by the company that appears on the logo. Don't waste your guesses.
I'm afraid you are underestimating my laziness.
That was a general tip and not meant for anyone in specific. :lol:
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#30 Post by snotball » 28 Apr 2003, 22:43

Just so you'll know, the logos doesn't always hold a reference to the movie that follows, like in the ones that were used in the first round. In some cases the movie just blends into it.
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#31 Post by Gren » 29 Apr 2003, 04:47

It's safe to say that both 3 & 4 will be guesses for me.
Lionel Hutz, aka Miguel Sanchez, aka Dr. Nguyen van Thoc, was paid $8 for his 32 hours of babysitting.

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#32 Post by Patsy Klubb » 29 Apr 2003, 04:59

Gren wrote:It's safe to say that both 3 & 4 will be guesses for me.
They were for me too, wrong ones at that!
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#33 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 05:01

Gren wrote:It's safe to say that both 3 & 4 will be guesses for me.
And I thought that some of the next ones will be tough. :o
Time to change question order, to avoid losing the disappointed crowd.
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#34 Post by Patsy Klubb » 29 Apr 2003, 05:03

snotball wrote:
Gren wrote:It's safe to say that both 3 & 4 will be guesses for me.
And I thought that some of the next ones will be tough. :o
Time to change question order, to avoid losing the disappointed crowd.
Don't worry, you won't lose your audience - they just might not score very highly :lol:
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#35 Post by Hellagood » 29 Apr 2003, 05:06

The crowd aren't dissapointed snotball, just stumped.
Your games rock! 8)
No one is going to boycott the game just because we can't get a couple of the answers.
I think you pretty much have to have actually seen the films to get these, it's pretty hard to guess from a company logo and brief intro. :D :D
Keep up the great work.
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#36 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 05:07

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snotball wrote:
Gren wrote:It's safe to say that both 3 & 4 will be guesses for me.
And I thought that some of the next ones will be tough. :o
Time to change question order, to avoid losing the disappointed crowd.
Don't worry, you won't lose your audience - they just might not score very highly :lol:
I'm turning into a Sheila the next generation? :lol:
Believe me it's not intentional, it's those *&#@$ studios and their logos. They are the ones to blame. :rant:
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#37 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 05:14

Hellagood wrote:The crowd aren't dissapointed snotball, just stumped.
Your games rock! 8)
No one is going to boycott the game just because we can't get a couple of the answers.
I think you pretty much have to have actually seen the films to get these, it's pretty hard to guess from a company logo and brief intro. :D :D
Keep up the great work.
Well, actually, I've seen most of them :roll: and searched the net for more, hence the no cheating rule. If I could find it, others can as well, which would take out the interest in the game along with the equal chance of winning to all gamers.
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#38 Post by marla » 29 Apr 2003, 05:18

I still have no clue for the third movie :cry: I thought I had a good answer (and the movie was even from columbia) but it was wrong :cry: but I won't give up on playing the game :D

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#39 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 12:33

30 minutes till deadline.
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#40 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 13:05

Next round is up and the score board is updated. I know that #6 is hard but I hope there will be now excuses for #5.
I was pretty sure a lot will get #4 because of the blue flash, but was proven wrong.
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#41 Post by snotball » 29 Apr 2003, 13:35

snotball wrote:I know that #6 is hard...
Well, it seem I was quick in my assumptions.
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#42 Post by Phil_Hart » 30 Apr 2003, 01:26

I found number 6 easy.
Number 5 I have no idea
and I've never seen MIB 2. - That's my excuse for failing.
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#43 Post by snotball » 30 Apr 2003, 01:33

Phil_Hart wrote:I found number 6 easy.
Number 5 I have no idea
and I've never seen MIB 2. - That's my excuse for failing.
If you've seen the first one, it's no real excuse. :wink:
It's that sort of inside joke that you get before the movie starts.

I try to make the rounds in a way that one of the logos is a bit more challanging than the other. #6 did turn out too be quite easy, because people knew it or deduced the movie from the letters I left in, but I thought that #5 would be the easier one.
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#44 Post by marla » 30 Apr 2003, 02:24

I didn't recognize Charly's Angels :roll: Seems like I forgot most of the movie :)

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#45 Post by snotball » 30 Apr 2003, 02:56

marla wrote:I didn't recognize Charly's Angels :roll: Seems like I forgot most of the movie :)
That's ok. Patsy is still kicking himself for that.
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#46 Post by marla » 30 Apr 2003, 03:02

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marla wrote:I didn't recognize Charly's Angels :roll: Seems like I forgot most of the movie :)
That's ok. Patsy is still kicking himself for that.
:lol:
and I thought: "Charly's Angels didn't start like that! ... Wait ... did it start like that? ... (10 minutes later) .. oh ... OH YES there was this scene, where they watched TJ Hooker - the movie or something, right... :D

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#47 Post by Phil_Hart » 30 Apr 2003, 03:08

Marla's now made quite a change from R rated Fight Club, to PG rated Shrek, the whole forums being flipped upside down.
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#48 Post by marla » 30 Apr 2003, 03:25

well, at least I picked the scene, where Robin Hood gets his head smashed on a stone :D

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#49 Post by Phil_Hart » 30 Apr 2003, 03:27

True, the next one will have to be the bird exploding.
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#50 Post by marla » 30 Apr 2003, 03:29

I thought of that :lol:

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