Favorite Obscure Movies

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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby E. Edward Gray » Sun Dec 27, 2009 5:01 pm

Edwardo wrote:I watched a movie last night called "Dead Snow" out of norway.. I laughed so hard that I was crying.. the funniest best worst movie of all time.

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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby Blue Conover » Tue Dec 29, 2009 4:34 pm

Spawn the movie (live action and anime) was pretty cool

obscure?

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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby Sie Alcott » Tue Dec 29, 2009 5:20 pm

Dead Snow looks great, I wanna see it! :lol:
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby Rip » Sat Jan 16, 2010 3:19 pm

Boondock Saints
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Jeremiah Johnson
The Stand,It (and many other of his movies)
V for Vendetta
Stand by me
The Sandlot...

just to name a few,not sure how obscure those are
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby Maggy Hazelnut » Sat Jan 16, 2010 4:32 pm

Shawn of the Dead
Thief of Bagdad (1924 silent version)
The Navigator: A Mediaeval Odyssey (1988 Australian time travel adventure)
She (1982 version with Sandahl Bergman) This movie is so bad that it's great! It's set in a post-apocalyptic world with a tutu wearing giant, a psychic communist, toga wearing vampires, sunglass-wearing mutants that look like mummies, a mad scientist and gladiators - all in one movie with a lot of bad acting. :)
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby TreatRothschild » Sat Jan 16, 2010 7:57 pm

Rip wrote:Boondock Saints
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Jeremiah Johnson
The Stand,It (and many other of his movies)
V for Vendetta
Stand by me
The Sandlot...

just to name a few,not sure how obscure those are

Boondock Saints and Jeremiah Johnson are awesome movies!

V for Vendetta is a pretty true to the book rendition. Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman, though? Hmm. You couldn't find British actors?
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby E. Edward Gray » Sat Jan 16, 2010 8:15 pm

TreatRothschild wrote:
Rip wrote:Boondock Saints
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Jeremiah Johnson
The Stand,It (and many other of his movies)
V for Vendetta
Stand by me
The Sandlot...

just to name a few,not sure how obscure those are

Boondock Saints and Jeremiah Johnson are awesome movies!

V for Vendetta is a pretty true to the book rendition. Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman, though? Hmm. You couldn't find British actors?


Why would they find british actors, that is not the Hollywood way.. I mean they couldn't find Japanese Actors for memoirs of a geisha, Native american actors for Last of the Mohicans..

Well obscure yet awesome movie..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LABt1rwmIgg
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby TreatRothschild » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:39 pm

Edwardo wrote:
TreatRothschild wrote:
Rip wrote:Boondock Saints
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Jeremiah Johnson
The Stand,It (and many other of his movies)
V for Vendetta
Stand by me
The Sandlot...

just to name a few,not sure how obscure those are

Boondock Saints and Jeremiah Johnson are awesome movies!

V for Vendetta is a pretty true to the book rendition. Hugo Weaving and Natalie Portman, though? Hmm. You couldn't find British actors?


Why would they find british actors, that is not the Hollywood way.. I mean they couldn't find Japanese Actors for memoirs of a geisha, Native american actors for Last of the Mohicans..

Well obscure yet awesome movie..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LABt1rwmIgg
There's not exactly a dearth of good Brit actors. Keira Knightly could have been Evie and perhaps Brannaugh or someone similar for V. The voice of V is what's important so the body doesn't matter at all.

The difference in those other movies and V is that we speak English. I think Mohican and Japanese are a different class.
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby E. Edward Gray » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:53 pm

Well obviously with the Mohican tribes dead and gone there wouldn't be Mohican Actors however there are several native American actors.. Memoirs should have been done in Japanese with English Subtitles with Japanese Actresses and Actors..


Now as for English actors.. There is an abundance, at the very least you could even go with Irish and Scottish actresses and Actors.. Course I don't know all of these people.. but that isn't a bad thing.. I love seeing non traditional people in movies..

Dame Julie Andrews (born 1935)
Naveen Andrews (born 1969)
Gabrielle Anwar (born 1970)
Rowan Atkinson (born 1955)
Christian Bale (born 1974)
Mischa Barton (born 1986)
Tom Baker (born 1934)
Sean Bean (born 1959)
Kate Beckinsale (born 1973)
Richard Beckinsale (1947–1979)
Steven Berkoff (born 1937)
Brian Blessed (born 1937)
Orlando Bloom (born 1977)
Richard Briers (born 1934)
Kathy Burke (born 1964)
Sebastian Cabot (1918-1977)
Sir Michael Caine (born 1933)
Kim Cattrall (born 1956)
Sacha Baron Cohen (born 1971)
Joan Collins (born 1933)
Daniel Craig (born 1968)
Michael Crawford (born 1942)
Mackenzie Crook (born 1971)
Tim Curry (born 1946)
Daniel Day-Lewis (born 1957)
Roger Delgado (1918–1973)
Dame Judi Dench (born 1934)
Sarah Douglas (born 1952)
Rupert Everett (born 1959)
Craig Fairbrass (born 1964)
Tom Felton (born 1987)
Ralph Fiennes (born 1962)
Colin Firth (born 1960)
Dexter Fletcher (born 1966)
Jamie Foreman (born 1958)
George Formby (1904–1961)
Anna Friel (born 1976)
Stephen Fry (born 1958)
Sir Michael Gambon (born 1940)
Sir John Gielgud (1904–2000)
Stephen Graham (born 1973)
Cary Grant (1904–1986)
Hugh Grant (born 1960)
Leslie Grantham (born 1947)
John Gregson (1919–1975)
Rupert Grint (born 1988)
Sir Alec Guinness (1914–2000)
Brian Hall (1937–1997)
Frank Harper (born 1962)
Jack Hawkins (1910–1973)
Will Hay (1888–1949)
Dame Wendy Hiller (1912–2003)
Stanley Holloway (1890–1982)
Bob Hoskins (born 1942)
Nicholas Hoult (born 1989)
Leslie Howard (actor)
John Hurt (born 1940)
Jeremy Irons (born 1948)
Sir David Jason (born 1940)
Sir Ben Kingsley (born 1943)
Keira Knightley (born 1985)
Charles Laughton (1899–1962)
Stan Laurel (1890–1965)
Hugh Laurie (born 1959)
Jude Law (born 1972)
Vivien Leigh (1913–1967)
Joanna Lumley (born 1946)
Margaret Lockwood (1916–1990)
Roy Marsden (born 1941)
Sir Ian McKellen (born 1939)
Wentworth Miller (born 1972)
Sienna Miller (born 1981)
Hayley Mills (born 1946)
Sir John Mills (1908–2005)
Dame Helen Mirren (born 1945)
Dominic Monaghan (born 1976)
Sir Roger Moore (born 1927)
Nick Moran (born 1969)
Kenneth More (1914–1982)
Billy Murray (born 1941)
Parminder Nagra (born 1975)
Anthony Newley (1931–1999)
David Niven (1910-1983)
Sophie Okonedo (born 1969)
Gary Oldman (born 1958)
Sir Laurence Olivier (1907–1989)
Clive Owen (born 1964)
Cecil Parker (1897–1971)
Dev Patel (born 1990)
Robert Pattinson(born 1986)
Simon Pegg (born 1970)
Dominic Purcell (born 1970)
Daniel Radcliffe (born 1989)
Oliver Reed (1938–1999)
Joely Richardson (born 1965)
Miranda Richardson (born 1958)
Sir Ralph Richardson (1902–1983)
Alan Rickman (born 1946)
Tim Roth (born 1958)
Dame Margaret Rutherford (1892–1972)
George Sanders (born 1906-1972)
Peter Sellers (1925–1980)
Robert Shaw (born 1927-1978)
Dame Maggie Smith (born 1934)
Terence Stamp (born 1939)
Patrick Stewart (born 1940)
Dame Elizabeth Taylor (born 1932)
Emma Thompson (born 1959)
Sir Peter Ustinov (1921–2004)
Julie Walters (born 1950)
Jack Warner (1896–1981)
Emily Watson (born 1967)
Emma Watson (born 1990)
Rachel Weisz (born 1971)
Ed Westwick (born 1987)
Michael Wilding (1912–1979)
Tom Wilkinson (born 1948)
Kate Winslet (born 1975)
Ray Winstone (born 1957)
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Re: Favorite Obscure Movies

Postby TreatRothschild » Sat Jan 16, 2010 9:54 pm

Don't dispute your point on Memoirs with the Japanese actors. Mohican, yeah, there are Native American actors available.

Rowan Atkinson as V? Rowan was Black Adder! :D That would be fun!

Tim Curry would be almost perfect or Ben Kingsley.
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