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Gee, this is fun. For you. It's no fun for anyone else if we can't see people's guesses or share ours with more than one person...

Pass.
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Depending on how active a game it is we can try it different ways. Only 2 entrants so far so you might be right. I've done it elsewhere this way and it was pretty popular, maybe Mac users need more of a community feel instead of a competition.
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Go for it! No rules.
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Go for it! No rules.

1. It's a Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. ?
6. ?
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the CucKoo's Nest
9. Aladdin?
10. ?
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1. It's a Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. ?
6. ?
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the CucKoo's Nest
9. Aladdin?
10. ?

10. Ghostbusters
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post #7 of 169
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1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. ("Is that Tommy Lasorda? I hate Tommy Lasorda.")
6. (Hitchcock)
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
9. Aladdin
10. Ghostbusters
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groverat, I really like this idea. Maybe this can be a weekly event?
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post #9 of 169
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5. ("Is that Tommy Lasorda? I hate Tommy Lasorda.")

Joe Don Baker. But I don't know which movie this was...

Wait. Cape Fear?
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That's weird. I looked at #6 and thought: "That looks like a Hitchcock movie", without having any idea which one.

"Psycho" or "The Birds"?
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post #11 of 169
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I have a shitton of these. I have been doing this game on my family's web forum and they love it.

I'll give those last two some more time. I know someone will get it.

1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. ("Is that Tommy Lasorda? I hate Tommy Lasorda.")
6. (Hitchcock)
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
9. Aladdin
10. Ghostbusters
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post #12 of 169
I believe 5 is the nurse in Rear Window.

The only ones I knew were Lost Boys, Rear Window (if that's right), Apocalypse Now, and Cuckoo's Nest.
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I knew the great escape (that scenery is almost a character itself), bullitt, and aladdin.
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1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. ("Is that Tommy Lasorda? I hate Tommy Lasorda.") - (Chevy Chase)
6. Rear Window
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
9. Aladdin
10. Ghostbusters
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5. ("Is that Tommy Lasorda? I hate Tommy Lasorda.") - (Chevy Chase)

Fletch
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1. It's A Wonderful Life
2. The Great Escape
3. Bullitt
4. Lost Boys
5. Fletch
6. Rear Window
7. Apocalypse Now
8. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
9. Aladdin
10. Ghostbusters
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post #18 of 169
A few guesses below.

12. It looks like they're failing to communicate.
13. What a cvte little girl.
16. I see some sunshine.
20. Are they eating bergers?
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14. American Psycho
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Great caps Groverat...this set is tough...

11. ?
12. Cool Hand Luke
13. ? (but I want to rent )
14. American Psycho
15. Death to Smoochy?
16. Little Miss Sunshine
17. ?
18. ?
19. ?
20. ?

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12 - Cool Hand Luke
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14 - American Psycho
15 - Death To Smoochy
16 - Little Miss Sunshine
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18. Hoosiers?
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12 - Cool Hand Luke
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14 - American Psycho
15 - Death To Smoochy
16 - Little Miss Sunshine
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11- That Thing You Do

13 - V for Vendetta

17 - Idiocracy

19 - The Bourn Supremacy
20 - The Seventh Seal
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11 - That Thing You Do
12 - Cool Hand Luke
13 - V For Vendetta
14 - American Psycho
15 - Death To Smoochy
16 - Little Miss Sunshine
17 - Idiocracy
18 - "We are in most excellent shape for our report, dude."
19 - The Bourne Supremacy
20 - The Seventh Seal
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I knew 19 was a Bourne film!
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#18 remains unnamed

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25. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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24- memento
27- brokeback mtn
30- aliens
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26. The Professional
28. The Illusionist
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24 - Memento
25 - Charlie & The Chocolate Factory
26 - Leon: The Professional
27 - Brokeback Mountain
28 - The Illusionist
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30 - Aliens
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24 - Memento
25 - Charlie & The Chocolate Factory
26 - Leon: The Professional
27 - Brokeback Mountain
28 - The Illusionist
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30 - Aliens

29- A Hard Day's Night
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post #33 of 169
22 = the Big Lebowski

18 = Teenwolf?
post #34 of 169
18. Bill and Ted's excellent adventure (by grover's hint).

23. Out of africa?
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post #35 of 169
23. looks like it might be the scene from The Queen where she gets a flat when she's out driving on her estate.
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I offer only one.

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Gangs are not seen as legitimate, because they don't have control over public schools.
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I offer only one.

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31 - Cider House Rules?
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31 - Cider House Rules?

Nope. Far, far worse.
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post #39 of 169
The Tarkovsky remake of Elf? A Clockwork Gnome?
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The Tarkovsky remake of Elf? A Clockwork Gnome?



Nope. Think worse.
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