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Remember the Titans or We Are Marshall?

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Since I haven't seen either I'll take Remember the Titans for the catchier title.

Kirsten Dunst playing George Clooney dressed as a queen bee in a story of love and courage or Julia Roberts playing Stanley Tucci dressed as a giant shaver in a story of sacrifice and the loss of facial hair?


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Umm... The second one, maybe?

Princess Jasmine in a theatrical release, starring role OR Meg from Hercules?

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I don't get the appeal of either choice, but...Jasmine.

Vincent Price or Christopher Lee?

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Matilda or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

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Matilda

But I like Charlie too. :)

A film shot on 35mm but then projected digitally or a film shot digitally and then transferred to a 35mm print for theatrical exhibition?


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A film shot digitally and then transferred to a 35mm print for theatrical exhibition.

Monty Python or the Zucker Brothers?

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Unfortunately I've yet to experience the pleasure of Monty Python. If I were to watch it, I expect to enjoy it and hence choose it over any of the Zucker films. But that hasn't happened, so I don't have much options but to choose the Zucker-directed comedy films.

Type 3 or Type 4 stools (according to the Bristol stool chart)?

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Type 4. :P

Do you dislike the Zucker Brothers films? I love Airplane! and The Naked Gun.

Wearing a used jock strap on your head for the day or being naked in front of the elder members of your family?

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No I don't dislike them at all. They are genuinely funny. But I seem to respond better to British comedy.

I'm going to take being naked in front of the elder members of my family ... which would just be my 68 year old father. He's seen me naked countless times. :P

Which lisp?

a. Supelcaliflagisticexpialidocious (l substituted for r)

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b. Tupercalifradilitticectpialidotiout? (t substituted for any s or sh sounds and d substituted for g)


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Lisp A.

How would you rather die?

a) Have your testicles crushed by a boulder and then drown in shark-infested waters?

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b) Have koalas rip off all your limbs and then die of blood loss?

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I'd rather take my chance with koalas.

Stepping on a Lego barefooted or having your wisdom teeth removed?

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^That's a tough one.

Stepping on a lego. Going 4 days without solid foods that require chewing is not great, and I speak from experience.

This one's for the Harry Potter fans.

Which Making-of Book: Film Wizardry or Page to Screen?

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I'm unfortunately not familiar with either, but "Film Wizardy" sounds more specific, and thus - more appealing.

Spending a day locked in a room with the entire Westboro Baptist Church or being locked in a room with George Bush and Reagan's corpse for 48 hours?

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Both sound as unpleasant as hell, but probably the latter. :roll:

Anyway, something far more palatable...

Hans Christian Andersen or the Brothers Grimm?

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New York Yankees or New York Mets?

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Yankees (I'm not familiar with either, but I prefer their name).

Who was worse:

Hitler or Stalin?

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Someone is EXTREMELY obsessed with torture. (Recently?)

I'll go with Hitler, because I think he inspired funnier jokes overall.

Speaking of torture...:

Would you rather watch Saw once or every episode of Full House without being allowed to sleep until they're all over - both with eyes forced open, ala: A Clockwork Orange?

(I of course selected Saw over the likes of Human Centipede and A Serbian Film because it's infinitely more pretentious and over Cannibal Holocaust because, even though that "gem" is actually more pretentious- it actually has slightly more of a right to be; if you can believe that.)

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Someone is EXTREMELY obsessed with torture. (Recently?)


What can I say? I'm kinky.

I'd choose Saw because if I can't sleep till either option is over, then watching Full House would kill me. Also, I think Saw would be more entertaining overall.

Tim Burton or Henry Selick?

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Tim Burton or Henry Selick?

As filmmakers, on the whole? Or, who's turning in more satisfying work now?

Burton has Beetlejuice, the (only) two (good) Batman movies, Edward Scissorhands, and Pee Wee's Big Adventure. Selick has nothing which can even begin to compare with that kind of filmmaking. But, even though I've lost all my feelings for Nightmare Before Christmas, I would prefer it greatly to all of Burton's films from Ed Wood on. It's a better film than Corpse Bride and always will be. However, Burton might make a comeback with me if I actually like Dark Shadows. I'm interested in what I've been seeing so far and have zero attachment to the original television series.

Burton in general. Selick if we're talking claymation / stop-motion films strictly. You choose.

Another filmmaker this or that filmmaker: Brian De Palma or David Lynch?


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I'd choose Saw because if I can't sleep till either option is over, then watching Full House would kill me. Also, I think Saw would be more entertaining overall.

If the people being tortured were the Tanner family, I probably wouldn't mind Jigsaw's rants.


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Someone is EXTREMELY obsessed with torture. (Recently?)

What can I say? I'm kinky.

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