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Forum: Movie Questions 03-30-19
Replies: 15
Unanswered:  Horror/Scary movies for older kids.
Posted By jockland
Re: Horror/Scary movies for older kids.

Disney had some horror/suspense films for kids in the 1980s.

Dragonslayer.
The Watcher in the Woods
Something Wicked,this Way Comes.
Forum: Movie Questions 03-30-19
Replies: 3
Unanswered:  Scary 80ís movie with talking bear?
Posted By jockland
Re: Scary 80ís movie with talking bear?

This is definately "The Pit" from 1981. A canadian film about a problem child.
Forum: General Movie Discussion 05-30-17
Replies: 18
Sean Connery: Best movies
Posted By jockland
Re: Sean Connery: Best movies

He sheds a tear in "Outland". The only film I've seen him crying, a very emotional scene at the end.

Robin and Marion was a pleasant surprise

He's supposed to be brilliant in "The Offence."
Forum: Movie Questions 05-09-17
Replies: 13
Answered: Places To Watch Online Movies Free Without Registration
Posted By jockland
Re: Places To Watch Online Movies Free Without Registration

There is stagevu.com, it may be illegal maybe not. I used a site called wipfilms.net for a while but, the jpeg images carried viruses; so this too is a risky option, it is a great reference site for...
Forum: Movie Questions 04-16-17
Replies: 13
Answered: Places To Watch Online Movies Free Without Registration
Posted By jockland
Re: Places To Watch Online Movies Free Without Registration

Go to alluc.ee, its a search engine, you can find anything on there streams and downloads.
Forum: Movie Questions 02-05-17
Replies: 0
French film Brother & Sister
Posted By jockland
There is a french film about a newly married man...

There is a french film about a newly married man who flees Paris for the country and begins an affair with a girl, who is his half sister. I think he rides a motorbike.

What was it called?
Forum: General Movie Discussion 02-05-17
Replies: 58
Best Fight Scene
Posted By jockland
Re: Best Fight Scene

The fight in the gym with Bud Spencer and Terence Hill in "Watch Out, We're Mad". The funniest thing you'll ever see.

And, "Wheels on Meals" between Jackie Chan and Benny Urquidez. Phenomenal!
Forum: Movie Questions 02-05-17
Forum: General Movie Discussion 02-02-17
Replies: 174
Books that you would like to see made into a film?
Posted By jockland
Re: Books that you would like to see made into a film?

The Fighting Fantasy books by Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson. They would look amazing on film. Their books make "Lord of the Rings" look boring.
Forum: Movie Questions 02-02-17
Replies: 5
Unanswered:  Name this early 90's scifi/fantasy movie?
Posted By jockland
Re: Name this early 90's scifi/fantasy movie?

It could be Naked Lunch (1991).
Forum: Movie Questions 04-12-16
Replies: 11
Unanswered:  woman filmed through mirror, then play for her, erotic movie
Posted By jockland
Re: woman filmed through mirror, then play for her, erotic movie

What did the woman look like? Was she blonde? Brunette? What was her ethnicity or nationality?
Forum: Movie Questions 04-11-16
Replies: 2
Unanswered:  Help: Movie about a man in Germany who is in legal trouble
Posted By jockland
Re: Help: Movie about a man in Germany who is in legal trouble

Two French films resemble the description you gave.

1) LouLou.
2) Rendezvous.
Forum: Movie Questions 04-01-16
Forum: General Movie Discussion 03-29-16
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 03-26-16
Replies: 103
The Roles They Turned Down.
Posted By jockland
Re: The Roles They Turned Down.

Arnold would have been good as Hans, played by Alan Rickman.
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 03-26-16
Replies: 103
The Roles They Turned Down.
Posted By jockland
Heres one that made my jaw hit the floor. ...

Heres one that made my jaw hit the floor.

Burt Reynolds turned down the Han Solo role in Star Wars!

He also refused to play James Bond, paving the way for George Lazenby. Other leads he...
Forum: Actors, Awards, & Directors 03-26-16
Replies: 103
The Roles They Turned Down.
Posted By jockland
The Roles They Turned Down.

What knowledge do you have of actors/actresses who had to turn down lead roles because of other commitments or issues?

I know that Tom Selleck turned down the lead for Raiders of the Lost Ark...
Forum: Movie Questions 03-20-16
Replies: 4
Unanswered:  Unknown japanese movie
Posted By jockland
Re: Unknown japanese movie

Gohatto (1999)?
Forum: Movie Questions 02-14-16
Replies: 0
Weird Sci-fi Clip.
Posted By jockland
Weird Sci-fi Clip.

What was the name of the film starring UK actor Timothy Spall where he played some weird alien guy.

In the clip he approaches a guy, gets punched in the face; the guy's fist goes right through his...
Forum: Movie Questions 01-22-16
Replies: 12
Unanswered:  Identifying A Movie
Posted By jockland
Re: Identifying A Movie

Were the actors British or American?

It may be a scene from a Carry On film. Popular farce comedies in the UK.
Forum: Movie Questions 01-20-16
Replies: 2
Swedish Rural Drama?
Posted By jockland
Swedish Rural Drama?

What was the name of the film starring Max Von Sydow where everybody lives in wooden houses in a rural community? The film is grey and depressing. Sydow's character dies at the end.

I tried to...
Forum: Movie Questions 01-20-16
Replies: 2
Dutch Rural Drama?
Posted By jockland
Dutch Rural Drama?

What was the name of the film starring Max Von Sydow where everybody lives in wooden houses in a rural community? The film is grey and depressing. Sydow's character dies at the end.

I tried to...
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-17-16
Replies: 76
The last time a film made you jump?
Posted By jockland
Re: The last time a film made you jump?

Absentia (2012).

Another creepy, modern horror. A simple scene involving a shower curtain.
Forum: Movie Questions 01-13-16
Replies: 3
Heavy Metal (1981) Any Good?
Posted By jockland
Heavy Metal (1981) Any Good?

Is the 1981 canadian animation any good?
Forum: General Movie Discussion 01-10-16
Replies: 46
What is the most convincing screen alien?
Posted By jockland
Re: What is the most convincing screen alien?

Has to be the Xenomorph from Alien (1979). Nothing else comes close.