Just a little reminder here. The idea of this thread is movie titles, with the first word being the next alphabetically, following the previous post. In other words, if someone posts 'Being John Malkcovich', the following post should have a title beginning with 'C', like 'Cool Runnings' or something. This would be followed by something like 'Double Indemnity'...and so on.
As it currently stands, I think the next one would start with 'Q'. Put your thinking caps on... Have fun with it.
well if you looked a bit higher, he ignored my previous post where i said "Princess Bride", so he should've posted a movie title with the letter "Q" starting in it. Not to sound mean or anything. Just saying is all.
The other day, I watched the movie “Pleasantville” for perhaps the third time. I never really realized what a truly meaningful movie it was. It told how two teenager siblings were transported into a 1950s Black and White sitcom and how they discovered that being colorful and different is not...
Who wants to start another drop a letter add a letter game? Here's how to play... We'll start with a five-letter word. Then the next person will change one letter to make a new word. For example, if the first word is CATCH:CATCH can become PATCHPATCH can become PITCHand so on. How long can we...
I have seen this holiday classic literally dozens of times since it was first released in 1989. However, I didn't realize until tonight that Clark Griswold's son "Rusty" was played in this film by a young Johnny Galecki, of future "Roseanne" and "The Big Bang Theory"...
Think you know movies? Play along. Challenge yourself and your peers to their movie knowledge. All you have to do is be the first to answer what movie goes along with the latest screenshot. If you are correct, you get to post the next challenge!
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