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WordWolf

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  1. Thought leaving out Broderick, Stein and Ruck might make it a lot harder to guess. Apparently NOT. :)
  2. Yeah, sorry, we'll need to do that one over. On the bright side, Ben Stiller's done quite a few movies.
  3. I'm very sorry, Human, but I had my Stillers confused. What I MEANT to post was Jack Black Anchorman-the Legend of Ron Burgundy BEN Stiller BEN Stiller was the anchor for the Spanish language news team- memorable because it was such ridiculous casting and over-the-top overacting. It was hysterical for the few seconds he and his big moustache were onscreen. "Como estan, beeshes?" So, sorry, my turn was SUPPOSED to end with BEN STILLER. Please proceed as if I had it right the first time.
  4. "Now, whatever you think you know about this man is irrelevant. He is considered by many authorities to be the most dangerous man alive. My colleagues believe that I'm wasting my time with you, but I believe you wish to do the right thing. We're willing to wipe the slate clean, give you a fresh start. All that we're asking in return is your cooperation in bringing a known terrorist to justice."
  5. Ok, next movie. Charlie Sheen Jennifer Grey Jeffrey Jones
  6. It's Romeo Montague. I knew DiCaprio played him, but I just happened across the 2014 version with Orlando Bloom. Now that I think about it, I think I saw a few seconds of it on TV, but I saw Juliet and not Romeo in the clip.
  7. Correct! I've never sat through the whole movie. I tried to read the book at the time, but it didn't hold my interest. That was a long time ago, so maybe either or both would be interesting to me now.
  8. Jack Black Anchorman- the Legend of Ron Burgundy Jerry Stiller
  9. YES. As you said before, SInatra is one of the singers.
  10. Maybe it's just me. However, since every single round on this thread just turns into a "name the actor/actress" standard round, shouldn't we just use one thread for that? I thought the idea was this thread was supposed to be a different game, but it seems not to have worked out that way.
  11. Doesn't look like anyone else recognized it, T-Bone, go for it.
  12. "Let me play among the stars. Let me see what spring is like on A-Jupiter and Mars. In other words, hold my hand. In other words, baby, kiss me." "Fill my heart with song. Let me sing forevermore. You are all I long for, all I worship and adore. In other words, please be true. In other words, In other words, I love you." I guarantee this is neither another 80s song, nor another one-hit-wonder,
  13. Groundhog Day Brian Doyle Murray Wayne's World
  14. SWS works for Minotaur energy drink, drives their Minotaur monster truck, and dresses as a minotaur at events. The supervisor for the big brother-type program, who continually cursed at them and doubted their sincerity-to be fair, she was right at the time. A big LAIRE fight was starting up; The supervisor and PR and SWS again. SPOILERS FOR THE MOVIE'S CLIMAX!!!!! No "country" will take on Augie with the current "King" against him. But, it only takes a minimum of 4 people to start one, with matching livery and "country" name. So, 4 improvised costum
  15. Ok, closing out this round, it's obvious nobody's familiar with this movie. This was "ROLE MODELS." Paul Rudd and Seann William Scott lack direction in life, and work off some community service hours as "big btothers" (or equivalent.) They learn something and they (eventually) connect with the kids. SWS dealt with a small black boy with a sewer mouth, and taught him about KISS and so on. Paul Rudd was paired up with "Augie", a shy teenager whose only interest was a mock combat Live Action Role Playing game called 'LAIRE." Naturally, things get worse in the second act. (SWS t
  16. "Fill my heart with song. Let me sing forevermore. You are all I long for, all I worship and adore. In other words, please be true. In other words, In other words, I love you."
  17. The spherical earth wasn't just "MENTIONED" by the ancient Greeks. Eratosthenes, with the help of some geometry and mathematics, calculated the circumference of the earth and was something like 99.5% or mor accurate. (He was off by about 1-2 sports stadiums lengths.)
  18. "Fill my heart with song. Let me sing forevermore. You are all I long for, all I worship and adore."
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