Do stills of films on IMDB have anything to do with the films themselves, like actual scenes? Because some of them are simply an actor/actress posing
Oe ‘hmmmm’ scene I saw was in Jekyll in Hyde where a girl takes off all her clothes (but no nudity) in front of Jekyll.
This thread is for discussing film scenes that seem quite awkward in the film, seem quite pointless, have uncomfortable innuendos, or just shouldn’t be there.
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Also Charlie Chaplin with and without his 'stache also look quite different.
Freddie Mercury with and without his moustache, and with long and short hair somehow look like two different people.
The guitar solo in Brighton Rock by Queen was first used in a BBC session in 1973 for “Son and Daughter”
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Isn’t there a thought repeating in that barbaric brain of yours? The name “Friendly”—Mr. Edgar Friendly?
…Don’t you have someone to kill?
Well, I looked at my other old threads again, like the 'Say something random every time you see this thread And the majority of my Batman related threads, I feel like a laughingstock.
The most common name in the world is Mohammed
I didn’t mean that kind of pointless. I know it’s an innuendo.
This is quite possibly one of the most pointless movie scenes I’ve seen, like, seriously, I do not understand the point. 😐
The assimilation scene in Superman III.
A classic. though that actually didn’t scare me.
I watched Attack the Block when I was nine, it was the first MA15+ film I’d ever watched (that I can remember). It’s an action sci-fi film (I guess it has elements of horror) but it freaked the hell out of me at the time. One of my favourites now.
What exactly did the scary scenes contain?
This is the thread for unintentionally scary or intentionally scary scenes in non-horror films.
Please do not use any pictures, as you might trigger someone’s phobias or generally simply freak them out, so it is best you don’t use pictures, just describe them in detail. 😃
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I remember a time when I first registered here, I made inappropriate threads and posts, but now I am mature enough to make sense! XD
Penises you wish you hadn’t made
Y’all may think me mad, but I like this hairstyle. It’s got this “chaos-yet-order” vibe going for it that really appeals to me.
For me it’s the 80s look about it.
Johnny got his gun has got to be one of the saddest films of all time. I’ve only seen clips of it, but man, it leaves its mark on you.
My favourite silent film’s probably Lon Chaney’s Phantom of the Opera.
Ending’s a tad weak, but Chaney’s brilliantly unnerving. And I just love the two-colour Technicolor sequences.
If I were to watch this, which version should I seek out?
Flicker Alley is a great site that puts silent classics on DVDs. They might have one there.
i just realised this is from Passion of Joan of Arc
For some reason, now when I see ‘Robots’ (2005), which IMO is very underrated, the character ‘Fender’ sounds like a Bender ripoff. They are only one letter seperate
It could be a makeup test or a publicity still. Alternate takes were probably not unusual even in the earliest days. Some silents were shot with two cameras side by side. Apparently done so two negatives of the film would be created. Work has been done to try and create a 3-D version of Phantom Of The Opera from the dual camera footage.
That is plausible
In the Lap of the Gods by Queen. I do admit it was kinda creepy hearing Freddie’s voice in a lower pitch.