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#21 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 29 2004 - 08:05 AM

Round 3 answer coming at 6 again, with another late update. I will more than likely update closer to 11 tonight due to lack of sleep these last few nights.

As for my comment at the end of round 5, that was not a clue to the film, but rather a joke that when the character shown gets mad, he looks just like me.
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#22 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 29 2004 - 09:53 AM

Round 3 answer UNBREAKABLE (2000)

Other guesses:
Scream
Signs

Scores (this round/name/total points)

3-Jeff Gross (4)
3-Elizabeth S (4)
3-Ray H (8)
3-Steve Christou (7)
3-Bjorn Nyberg (8)
3-Cameron Y (5)
3-Bill McA(5)
3-Matt Pelham(7)
3-Steeve Bergeron(6)
2-Andy Olivera (2)
2-Nick Sievers(6)
2-Jeremy Stockwell(6)
2-Malcolm R(3)
2-Andrew Sch(5)
2-Chucky P(5)
2-Philip T(4)
2-Craig S(4)
2-Mark Bk(4)
2-Holden Pike (2)


I am working on making a total score list easier to read with all entrants named on it. I am also trying too cook up a special prize for whomever wins this contest. Possibly a piece of original artwork, either hand drawn or done in the computer.
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#23 of 56 OFFLINE   Jeremy Stockwell

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Posted July 29 2004 - 10:04 AM

I guessed Scream on Round 3. :b

I thought for sure that was a Grim Reaper/Death guy from one of those new wave teen horror flicks.

As soon as I got the clue, it became obvious . . . DOH!

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#24 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 29 2004 - 10:31 AM

Not to sound evil, but I picked that shot intentionally for the confusion value. It was either that shot or the one where Willis comes out of the pool and is standing next to the two teenage girls.
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#25 of 56 OFFLINE   Malcolm R

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Posted July 29 2004 - 12:15 PM

I almost said "The Watcher." It reminded me of the poster for that Keanu flick.
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#26 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 29 2004 - 03:18 PM

Round 4 Clue (Tagline): The night HE came home!

Round 5 clue one: (still double points) A foreign language film starring one of the stars of Transporter. The man pictured is the fist non-asian to join Jackie Chan's Stunt Team

Round 6: (normal points resume this round)
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#27 of 56 OFFLINE   Ray H

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Posted July 29 2004 - 03:44 PM

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The man pictured is the fist non-asian to join Jackie Chan's Stunt Team
I knew it! I figured he was a part of some stunt team and there's always some silly kung fu white guy around Jackie's films!
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#28 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 29 2004 - 04:10 PM

Silly doesnt describe this guy, his martial arts skill is amazing. The fight sequences in this where he goes one on one with Jackie are some of the best fight scenes I have ever seen. And hes inches shorter than Jackie to boot!

That was kind of a free clue.
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#29 of 56 OFFLINE   Ray H

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Posted July 30 2004 - 12:48 AM

Sure he's good. But he's just so distinguishable in some of Jackie's flicks. Almost out of place even.
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#30 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 30 2004 - 06:29 AM

He is distinguishable, but I like being able to see him in action, kind of use him as a reference to get my own skills to. He also cameoed on an episode of Mutant X.

In Shanghai Noon he played one of the indians that attacked Jackie. He is invisible in some of the films. He also doubled in a few shots from Who am I near the end.
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#31 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 30 2004 - 11:31 AM

sorry guys. My update wont be up til closer to midnight tonight with scores and clues.
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#32 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 30 2004 - 01:37 PM

Answer Round 4: HALLOWEEN

Other answers:
Fog
Dark Star
Christine
Lost in Space
Close Encounters
Mothman Prophecies
Mystic River

Correct Answers
3-Andy Olivera(5)
3-Chucky P(8)
2-Steve Christou (9)
1-Malcolm R (4)
1-Ray H(9)
1-Steeve Bergeron(7)
1-Philip T(5)
1-Jeremy Stockwell(7)
1-Elizabeth S (5)
1-Neil J (3)
1-Bill McA (6)
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#33 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 30 2004 - 01:43 PM

Round 5 Clue (tagline):Action never looked so good!

Round 6 Clue: One of the stars of this film was nominated for Best Director the same year for a different film.

Round 7-
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#34 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 31 2004 - 12:59 PM

Round 5 Answer - Gorgeous
This film starred Jackie Chan, the man featured in the picture is Brad Allan.

Other Guesses:
Mystery Men
Accidental Spy

Correct Answers:
4-Ray H(13)
4-Bill McA(10)
4-Jeremy Stockwell(11)
4-Cameron Y(9)
2-Steeve Bergeron(9)
2-Steve Christou(11)
2-Matt Pelham(9)


What does everyone think of the challenge round idea? Good? Bad? Better implementation? Make it harder? Give me feedback because I am about to make my captures for the next ten rounds or so. I aim to make every fifth round a challenge round.
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#35 of 56 OFFLINE   George_W_K

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Posted July 31 2004 - 01:12 PM

Why do I always end up seeing these threads late?! I wouldn't have gotten Gladiator until the clue, but I knew Unbreakable. The Others? Clueless.


Except for Round 7, that's a gimme, IMO.

#36 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 31 2004 - 01:21 PM

So are these shots too tough sometimes? Too easy? Just right? Looking for some feedback fellasPosted Image
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#37 of 56 OFFLINE   Elizabeth S

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Posted July 31 2004 - 02:44 PM

Sean, I like having the Challenge Rounds.

I feel the shots have been a tad bit easier for me than some other screenshot contests (I actually have points!) I think some of the clues have been pretty much giveaways.

#38 of 56 OFFLINE   Ray H

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Posted July 31 2004 - 03:28 PM

I think the shots are fine.

The challenge rounds might be challenging though. Posted Image
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#39 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted July 31 2004 - 03:44 PM

Round 6 clue B-"Is this the proctology tent?"

Round 7 Clue 1-This was the third american film made by this director.

Round 8-
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And the challenge rounds are supposed to be challenging....thats why its the challenge round!Posted Image
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#40 of 56 OFFLINE   Sean Moon

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Posted August 01 2004 - 09:57 AM

Round 6 Answer: THREE KINGS (1999)

Other answers:
None.....100% on this one!Posted Image

And in regards to the trivia, Spike Jonze played Vig in this film. But Jonze was also nominated for best director for Being John Malkovich later this year.


Correct Answers:
3-Ray H(16)
3-Steeve Bergeron(12)
3-Cameron Y(12)
3-Andy Olivera(8)
3-Jeremy Stockwell(14)
3-Craig S(7)
3-Elizabeth S(8)
3-Steve Christou(14)
3-Brett B(4)
3-Phillip T(8)
3-DarrenHo(3)
3-Neil J(6)
3-Chucky P(11)
3-Bill McA(13)
2-Malcolm R(6)
2-Matt Pelham(11)
2-Andrew Sch(7)
2-Mark Bk(6)
2-George_W_K(2)
1-Holden Pike(1)
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