Yes it is true, I have seen each and every one of those movies more than once. I guess that means I am a true geek, but I wish Godzilla would have been on there. Oh and The Labyrinth is one of the most amazing movies ever made
Posted on 2011-04-09 at 03:34:53.
Edited on 2011-04-09 at 04:52:13 by LordShabocky
I've seen very few of the movies listed anywhere throughout the thread though I do watch a lot of movies. Oddly enough, I'm not a big fantasy (or sci-fi) film buff. I do agree about the tv series thread however, I just watched the pilot episode of Firefly last night and would love to chat about it!
Pit mentioned a book thread being fired up and I think that would spark some pretty interesting dialogue as well!
*Hugs Dragonblood* Welcome to the 'verse! *waggity-waggity-wag-wag!*
And in keeping with the Labyrinth mini-theme
Pit: You remind me of the babe.
Grugg: (suspiciously) What babe?
Pit: The babe with the power.
Grugg: What (annoyed grunt) power?
Pit: The power of voodoo.
Grugg: Who. . .? (stops mid-sentence and cracks knuckles threateningly)
Pit: You do.
Grugg: Reeaargh!! Do what, mortal?!
Pit: Remind me of the babe.
You know I hold you in the highest esteem, Grugg!
(a scene of unimaginable violence ensues--epic Indian burns, swirlies and noogies are involved)
Posted on 2011-04-12 at 12:42:02.
Edited on 2011-04-12 at 12:42:24 by Pit F(r)iend
Well thank you for the welcome Pit! I actually found out about Firefly through this site initially. But it wasn't until a friend burned through the whole series and recommended it that I realized I was missing out. I'm trying to make it last but it's so hard to stop myself from watching four episodes in a night. So far I've managed to keep it to one a night and am already getting excited about watching Episode Three tonight! I'll have to chat with you about it once I've finished the series!
Pirates of Silicon Valley 1999, Martyn Burke-Didn't see it
Short Circuit 1986, John Badham-Saw it
Hackers 1995, Iain Softley- Didn't see it
Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan 1982, Nicholas Meyer* Saw it (about 30 times at least)
WarGames 1983, John Badham- Seen it
Repo Man 1984, Alex Cox- no
Planet of the Apes 1968, Franklin J. Schaffner-seen it
Alien 1979, Ridley Scott*-seen it
Akira 1988, Katsuhiro Ôtomo-no
Pi 1998, Darren Aronofsky- no
Office Space 1999, Mike Judge - no
The Original Star Wars 1977, George Lucas* (seen this one at least 50 times in the 80's alone)
The Matrix 1999,(trilogy and Animatrix) Larry and Andy Wachowski* - seen it
Metropolis 1927, Fritz Lang- no
Brazil 1985, Terry Gilliam - no
Serenity 2005, Joss Whedon - no
Lord of the Rings 2001, Peter Jackson*(trilogy, can't wait for Hobbit)- Seen it
Spaceballs 1987, Mel Brooks - seen it (lol yes!)
Bladerunner 1982, Ridley Scott - no
2001 1968, Stanley Kubrick* - seen it
Labyrinth - seen it
The Dark Crystal-seen it
Any of the comic based movies might as well be on the list.
(Seen all the spiderman movies, Iron man, Ghostrider, All superman movies including the newest one, and all the batman movies with the exception of Dark Knight.)
The Hobbit- seen it
The Princess Bride- Seen it
Donnie Darko- no
Back to the Future (Trilogy)-Seen it
Empire Strikes back - seen it
Return of the Jedi - seen it
Family Guy Star wars spoof trilogy- seen it own it
Bonus: TRON 1982, Steven Lisberger,
and Tron Legacy - Seen it
The Last Star Fighter - seen it
Posted on 2011-04-12 at 21:31:38.
Edited on 2011-04-12 at 21:33:49 by Tiamat5774