Discussion in 'The Games Room' started by quietangel, Nov 8, 2010.
Clue #1: It's a line from a voice-over.
The Foghorn Leghorn Movie?
I guess it could also have been 'Fred Elliot: a Life. I say, a life'.
And, clue #2: The 'Narrator' is Max von Sydow... Just name the film to win.
Clue #3: It was written and directed by a co-founder of Dogma 95.
Sorry sir, I for one do not know...suppose I could cheat......nah !
I'll have a punt at The Seventh Seal then
Close, but no cigar Tim. I knew it wasn't an easy one, a bit mean of me really as it was hardly mainstream.
But the Scandinavian ballpark was there; von Sydow (Sweden) and the director Lars von Triers (Denmark) was (IMO) clearly influenced by Bergman.
The film title was in the quote; Europa (1991).
I'll pass the baton to whoever posts first with the next poser...
OK, here's another
"You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity"
I'm sure I know this, I'm getting a sense of 'Roger Moore'...
Sounds like the sort of thing Eartha Kitt would say, but no idea.
Clue 1: the line is spoken by Tim Allen
toy story ?
there you go
D'oh! So much for Roger Moore.
I will pass on this....
anyone want to post another question ?
"It's a test designed to provoke an emotional response"
[well, seeing how no-one did, I thought I'd give you an easyish one]
Ah, the old Voigt-Kampff test.
Blade Runner: Investigator (not sure if he has a name) to Leon
Yep and I can't remember his name without looking, I just remember he's the colleague of Decker who took over his investigation.
Anyway, over to you, and I'll go start watching films again so I can guess them in the correct fashion. Well once I maybe watch Bladerunner one more time
"Father, could you help an old altar boy?"
Separate names with a comma.