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2007-05-19 02:42:03 PM  
Lose a point for not using "give me page ten" out of True Lies, and another point for not using "there can be only one" out of Highlander.

But you get them back again for the brilliant idea and the execution. I salute you. If anyone tells you you've got too much time and need a jerb, pop 'em in the nose and say hello from me. Well done.
 
2007-05-19 02:59:30 PM  
unbelievable! THAT is the most impressive bit of editing I've seen in a LONG time
 
2007-05-19 03:08:16 PM  
Great use of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three.

+1
 
2007-05-19 03:55:55 PM  
Brilliant!!
 
2007-05-19 04:16:48 PM  
Beautiful, just beautiful. Loved what they came up with for 88, and I wish they would've used 55 for a Speed reference, but it's still simply beautiful.

mkfreeberg- Not to spoil it for anyone, but I think the movie they did use for "one" was better than any other choice I could conceive.
 
2007-05-19 04:27:04 PM  
That was much better than I expected. I wish I knew movies well enough to put something like this together.
 
2007-05-19 04:41:15 PM  
Very well done.
 
2007-05-19 05:18:31 PM  
Of course there's only one movie for "eleven"
 
2007-05-19 06:58:47 PM  
Awesome clip.

Chariset, I started laughing before he even said it.
 
2007-05-19 07:41:40 PM  
So awesome. Hats off to the creators.
 
2007-05-19 08:51:03 PM  
Some are debatable, not overall very well done. Must have taken a lot of research and time to put together the project. Kudos.
 
2007-05-19 10:11:04 PM  
There are obviously a lot of options for a lot of these numbers. I think "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure" would've been a fun choice for 69 ("What number are we thinking of?" "69, dudes!") and "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" for 42 (duh).
 
2007-05-19 10:24:37 PM  
Awesome. +1.
 
2007-05-19 10:58:58 PM  
Absolute brilliance.
 
2007-05-19 11:05:33 PM  
My thoughts exactly on 69 and 42, BKred. 88, 11, and 1 were done pretty well, althought I agree mkfreeberg that Highlander should have been 1. And I liked 15, but that's probably just because I liked Being John Malkovich

/42? But that's just a number!
//I told you that you wouldn't like it...
 
2007-05-19 11:08:40 PM  
Actually, Grumbles, I agree with Mercurius and of course the maker of the movie that the existing choice for 1 was very apt. I think the one in that movie is a bigger deal than in Highlander. Though I see the point you're trying to make.

I must say, I also agree with Mercurius on 55. That was the whole premise for Spped.
 
2007-05-19 11:21:22 PM  
That might just be the best thing I've EVER seen on the internet.

Well except for the chick farking the horse or course.
 
2007-05-19 11:22:33 PM  
Anyone know where the "92 degrees" quote is from? There's a Banshee song that samples the ssame line....
 
2007-05-19 11:38:23 PM  
#11, #31, and #88 were perfect, and I would've been disappointed if they were anything else.

#36 should've been #37, but that would prolly pushed the thing into an R rating, heh.
 
2007-05-20 12:11:49 AM  
They should have ended it with "Mark it zero!"
 
2007-05-20 12:38:30 AM  
44 and 50 were perfect.
 
2007-05-20 12:42:40 AM  
100.
099. Laura
098. Dead Poets Society
097.
096. The Lost Weekend
095. Ocean's Eleven
094. Star Wars
093.
092.
091.
090. The Fugitive
089.
088. Back to the Future
087.
086.
085.
084. Titanic
083. Magnificent Seven
082. Rainman
081. Galaxy Quest
080.
079.
078.
077.
076.
075.
074.
073. The Jerk
072. Raiders of the Lost Ark
071. When Harry Met Sally
070. Star Trek - Wrath of Khan
069. M*A*S*H
068.
067.
066. Gentleman's Agreement
065. Princess Bride
064. Yellow Submarine
063. Network
062,
061.
060. Gone With the Wind
059.
058. Goldfinger
057.
056.
055.
054.
053. Midnight Express
052. Waking Ned Divine
051.
050.
049.
048.
047. The Big Sleep
046. Dirty Harry
045.
044.
043. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
042. Finding Nemo
041. Ben Hur
040. Superman
039. The Thirty-Nine Steps
038.
037. Men in Black
036. Clerks
035. Harvey
034. Marty
033. Roy Bean
032.
031.
030.
029.
028. The Bridge on The River Kwai
027. The Usual Suspects
026. North by Northwest
025.
024.
023.
022. Casablanca
021. The Lion in the Winter
020.
019.
018.
017. The Maltese Falcon
016. The Natural
015.
014.
013. Lawrence of Arabia
012. Ghostbusters
011. Citizen Kane
010.
009.
008. Office Space
007. To Kill a Mockingbird
006.
005. Godfather
004. Fargo
003. L.A.Confidential
002. Once Upon a Time in the West
001. LOTR
 
2007-05-20 12:58:49 AM  
The Voice of Doom: 097.

Dude, you didn't know 97???????????????? Holy fark, you're going to get crucified for that one.

Wow, didn't farking know 97.
 
2007-05-20 01:10:30 AM  
Spot-on for 88*, 39, 11, and 1. I would've preferred the HHGTTG movie for 42, though.

*Doc screaming "88 MILES PER HOUR!" would have been the better clip, but how do you NOT use BTTF for that number?
 
2007-05-20 01:25:44 AM  
097. Blade Runner
Bwaaaaha aaasrrrdddd (cof cof)
gimme my 92 degrees please!!
 
2007-05-20 01:38:52 AM  
Mercurius: I wish they would've used 55 for a Speed reference

No. Blues Brothers >>>> Speed. John Candy >>>> Keanu Reeves.

/John Belushi >>>> Sandra Bullock?
//huh?
 
2007-05-20 01:43:12 AM  
kraut7
Dude, you didn't know 97

I actually suspected it might be Blade Runner - but wasn't sure since that's the only movie that I always fall asleep on when I try to watch it.

To add to the blasphemy:
It's somewhat similar with Shawshank Redemption (18?).
I know I have seen it - even without falling asleep - once or twice but it must have failed to impress me since I remember almost nothing about the movie.
Same goes for Citizen Kane.
 
2007-05-20 01:56:28 AM  
Why don't you all start going to Digg.com and you can see these videos three or four days sooner. Fark is the copycat of the interent.
 
2007-05-20 02:05:23 AM  
Filling in some gaps on Voice of Doom's list:

91. The Right Stuff (should get crucified for that.)
87. Castaway.
80. Harold and Maude.
74. Ed Wood.
68. The Breakfast Club.
67. The King and I.
54. Remains of the Day.
45. The Hudsucker Proxy.
38. Aliens.
31. Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
29. Young Frankenstein.
25. Sunset Blvd.
24. Escape from New York.
20. Boogie Nights.
19. The Shawshank Redemption.
15. Being John Malkovich.
10. Citizen Kane.
 
2007-05-20 02:08:09 AM  
This video is great, three or four days late or not.

/Anyone here have a lower fark number than me? I feel like I'm the only one left from the old days.
//Anyone else drunK?
///Anyone else see End of Suburbia?

////out.
 
2007-05-20 02:20:37 AM  
threadjack: wow, kwap, you created your account on 9/11?
 
2007-05-20 02:40:04 AM  
destitute college kid: wow, kwap, you created your account on 9/11?

That was an extremely busy day, and Fark was one of the main sites for the exchange of info that day. There's probably a shiatload of inactive/active members that registered that day.

And I definitely agree with 88. Some very creative shiat.
 
2007-05-20 02:40:27 AM  
I actually pointed at my screen and said aloud "No man can 50 eggs!" for Cool Hand.

Also, I think It's a Wonderful Life went through twice, hold that thought.
 
2007-05-20 02:58:14 AM  
I know the second Jimmy Stewart isn't Wonderful Life.

I think 56 and 17 are.
 
2007-05-20 02:59:54 AM  
Damn, I guess not.
 
2007-05-20 03:09:05 AM  
Catch-22 damnit!
 
2007-05-20 03:27:28 AM  
I only recognized 54 lines. I need to watch a lot more old movies.
 
2007-05-20 03:33:03 AM  
Fantastic job. So many movies, so many memories.
 
2007-05-20 03:38:34 AM  
I'll fill in a few more blanks.....

85. Silence of the Lambs
76. The Great Escape
18. Almost Famous
 
2007-05-20 04:49:57 AM  
Speed was 50 MPH, not 55, fools.
 
2007-05-20 04:54:56 AM  
speaker city

I feel your pain. Now make a point.
 
2007-05-20 05:40:01 AM  
9 is Twelve Angry Men
 
2007-05-20 05:45:50 AM  
Nobody else saw The Apartment with Jack Lemon? I think it was 77.

/already forgetting
 
2007-05-20 09:20:33 AM  
62 is the wonderful movie Mr. Roberts
 
2007-05-20 10:52:21 AM  
The complete list:

1. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
2. Once Upon a Time in the West
3. L.A. Confidential
4. Fargo
5. The Godfather
6. Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
7. To Kill a Mockingbird
8. Office Space
9. 12 Angry Men
10. Citizen Kane
11. This is Spinal Tap
12. Ghostbusters
13. Lawrence of Arabia
14. The Professionals
15. Being John Malkovich
16. The Natural
17. The Maltese Falcon
18. Almost Famous
19. The Shawshank Redemption
20. Boogie Nights
21. The Lion in Winter
22. Casablanca
23. The Wizard of Oz
24. Escape from NY
25. Sunset Blvd.
26. North by Northwest
27. The Usual Suspects
28. The Bridge Over the River Kwai
29. Young Frankenstein
30. The Wild Bunch
31. Ferris Bueller's Day Off
32. All About Eve
33. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean
34. Marty
35. Harvey
36. Clerks
37. Men in Black
38. Aliens
39. The 39 Steps
40. Superman
41. Ben Hur
42. Finding Nemo
43. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
44. Dirty Harry
45. The Hudsucker Proxy
46. On the Waterfront
47. The Big Sleep
48. The Adventures of Robin Hood
49. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
50. Cool Hand Luke
51. Roman Holiday
52. Waking Ned Devine
53. Midnight Express
54. The Remains of the Day
55. The Blues Brothers
56. It's a Wonderful Life
57. The Manchurian Candidate
58. Goldfinger
59. The Awful Truth
60. Gone With the Wind
61. Singles
62. Mr. Roberts
63. Network
64. Yellow Submarine
65. The Princess Bride
66. Gentleman's Agreement
67. The King and I
68. The Breakfast Club
69. MASH
70. Star Trek II: The Wrath of Kahn
71. When Harry Met Sally...
72. Raiders of the Lost Ark
73. The Jerk
74. Ed Wood
75. The Hustler
76. The Great Escape
77. The Apartment
78. The Day The Earth Stood Still
79. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
80. Harold and Maude
81. Galaxy Quest
82. Rainman
83. The Magnificent Seven
84. Titanic
85. Silence of the Lambs
86. Quiz Show
87. Castaway
88. Back to the Future
89. The French Connection
90. The Fugitive
91. The Right Stuff
92. It Came From Outer Space
93. Midnight Run
94. Star Wars
95. Ocean's 11
96. The Lost Weekend
97. Bladerunner
98. Dead Poet's Society
99. Laura
100. Night of the Living Dead
 
2007-05-20 10:59:21 AM  
Yeah, the guy who made it has the list on his blog (clicky) for those who want to know for sure. But it looks like elviaje got them all.
 
2007-05-20 11:08:43 AM  
Hey Kwap, you want a lower fark number, check it out. Probably the lowest active fark # out there besides drew.
 
2007-05-20 11:25:13 AM  
Damn tarl3k, you beat me.
 
2007-05-20 01:11:41 PM  
I know, I really am wondering if anybody has a lower number that isn't named Drew.
 
2007-05-20 03:10:06 PM  
Wow. I knew I liked movies - heck, I own about 300 of them -but I've seen all but 3 on that list. That was a ton of fun. Good find, subby.

North By Northwest, The Apartment and The Remains of the Day, here I come!
 
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