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Darth Eggplant
10-17-2002, 02:46 PM
I do not own a DVD but many do
I can take screen shots off my computer
I need (or rather want)
some DVD screen shots from certain DVD's
please email or PM me if you can help me.
Pm DarthEggplant or email
sinistereggplant@hotmail.com
or icq me at #151128733
Muchos Nachos!

Tall Guy
10-18-2002, 06:50 AM
the only dvd i own is perl habour...(we only just got a player :))

MeddlingMonk
10-19-2002, 12:16 AM
Why do you need/want screen caps of DVDs?

Darth Eggplant
10-19-2002, 01:03 AM
I like those cool musician guys in
Nightmare Before Christmas.
I also would like shots of many
of the characters from that movie.
so if anyone had the dvd and could
take screen shots,
I would be a happy camper.

MeddlingMonk
10-19-2002, 02:57 PM
Ah. Haven't got that one.

MJ
11-07-2002, 11:15 PM
Neither have I. Haven't even seen it. But there might be screenshots online somewhere. Have you tried typing it into google?

JofaGuht
11-12-2002, 12:52 AM
I have loads of DVDs. But then again I am a geek. Do you want me to be even more of a geek and list them all? No? Too bad.

Made
Swingers
City of Lost Children
Amelie
Being John Malkovich
Dr. Strangelove
A Clockwork Orange
Full Metal Jacket
Jabberwocky
Brazil: Criterian Collection
12 Monkeys
The Cell
Once Upon a Time in China 1,2,and 3
The Legend 1 and 2
Labyrinth
Dark City
Edward Scissorhands
Memento
Evil Dead 1, 2 and 3
The Shadow of the Vampire
Clerks
Mallrats
Chasing Amy
Dogma
J&SBSB
SLC Punk!
Waking Life
Donnie Darko
Winter Sleepers
Nurse Betty
Run Lola Run
Princess and the Warrior
Serial Mom
Cry-Baby
Cecil B. Demented

Holy crap i gotta get a life. But hey, they are good movies, everyone collects something

Darth Eggplant
11-12-2002, 01:33 AM
Made (have not seen it yet)

Swingers (the same)

City of Lost Children *****star

Amelie (no)

Being John Malkovich (soon I Hope)

Dr. Strangelove (old but good classic)

A Clockwork Orange (from my youth)
*book is better*

Full Metal Jacket (yes cool)

Jabberwocky (wacky and wonky,
what no Time Bandits?)

Brazil: Criterian Collection
*weeee the version with the 20 odd
minutes of fly eye camera shots,
we're all in this together Tuttle.*

12 Monkeys (coolest Gilliam to date)

The Cell (took my 72 year old mom
to it, she liked it. says something
about the acorn and the tree)

Once Upon a Time in China 1,2,and 3
(the first one was the best
cool OST, Jet Li Rocks!!!!)

The Legend 1 and 2 (???)

Labyrinth (dance the magic dance)

Dark City (own the video and OST)
*wished they did not do the narrated
intro Keiffer did not want to do it
or film director but producers pulled
a Blade Runner)

Edward Scissorhands (a wonderful film,
fun story Jofa you'll apreciate this;
when friends and I left the theatre we
over heard a woman saying "I did not
like it, it was not realistic enough."
Hello!!! he has fricken scissors
for hands.)

Memento (???)

Evil Dead 1, 2 and 3
(have never seen them)
*get the UK or Japenese import
of the Quick and the Dead*

The Shadow of the Vampire (so cool)
great Malkovich & Defoe movie

Clerks (Kevins second best movie)

Mallrats *insert rasberry FX here*

Chasing Amy *another rasberry FX*

Dogma (his finest work)

J&SBSB (initials please?)

SLC Punk! (???)
Waking Life (???)
Donnie Darko (???)
Winter Sleepers (???)

Nurse Betty (hope to see soon)

Run Lola Run (ques esto?)

Princess and the Warrior (???)

Serial Mom

Cry-Baby (I like other John Waters
films more, but good.)

Cecil B. Demented (going to see it
this month on the movie channel)

JofaGuht
11-12-2002, 01:50 AM
Originally posted by DarthEggplant

Jabberwocky (wacky and wonky,
what no Time Bandits?)

The Legend 1 and 2 (???)

Dark City (own the video and OST)
*wished they did not do the narrated
intro Keiffer did not want to do it
or film director but producers pulled
a Blade Runner)

Memento (???)

Evil Dead 1, 2 and 3
(have never seen them)
*get the UK or Japenese import
of the Quick and the Dead*

Dogma (his finest work)

SLC Punk! (???)

Cecil B. Demented (going to see it
this month on the movie channel)


I'll comment on those

Jabberwocky(was expecting more, also somewhat boring and Gilliam didn't give any Lewis Carroll touches at all other than some quotes. read the original poem. I actually have it memorized)

The Legend 1 and 2 are more Jet Li flicks, The legend 1 is my personal favorite of all Jet Li flicks(I don't like his american movies that much)

Dark City(I used to love this movie so much three years ago. I bought it and was excited to see it again, and I was somewhat dissapointed.)

Memento(YOU HAVEN'T SEEN MEMENTO? WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH YOU? very, very good movie.)

Evil Dead you'll love if you fall under the cult movie fans. The first, a crappy horror flick that is so crappy that its freaking awesome. The second, my personal favorite, I laughed, I screamed, it became a part of me, The third, hilarious but has too many cheap laughs.

Dogma(Get the DVD cause you have to see the deleted scenes, they make the movie, freaking smith cut them out cause the american audiance hates long movies. Dogma probably would have been my favorite of most movies if he kept those scenes in)

SLC Punk!(You'll love SLC punk, it reminds me of your poem Sinister Eggmen)


Cecil B. Demented(my favorite Waters. I laughed, I cried, it became a part of me. And you'll love it if you're getting pissed off at the generic hollywood crap flicks they make these days.)

scabb
11-13-2002, 01:37 PM
The Nightmare before Christmas is excellent. I think I'll watch it tonight, actually - although I only have it on VHS.

I recently began collecting DVDs, and I'm not very far, because I am not very rich.
I have, at this moment:
> The Big Lebowski (Brilliance)
> Reservoir Dogs
> Pulp Fiction SE
> A Requeim for a Dream
> The Simpsons: Season 1
> Se7en
> Family Guy: Season 1 (Brilliance)
> 'Dilbert': Season 1 (Dissatisfying)

Play (http://play.com) is a cheap source, my friends from the United Kingdom.

Sanspoof
11-13-2002, 04:17 PM
I like Dilbert.

I like the melty muddy guy from Nightmare before Christmas.

I like lots of other stuff too.

Darth Eggplant
11-13-2002, 06:52 PM
don't watch DVD's Kitty. Just run!

scabb
11-16-2002, 06:42 PM
Dilbert is good.
His animated series, however, is not.

sam fandango
11-19-2002, 01:09 PM
go to www.kassatsu.com

register

use forums

read "my dad's monkey"

scabb
11-20-2002, 02:12 PM
Originally posted by Tall Guy
the only dvd i own is perl habour...(we only just got a player :))

And that was the first DVD that came to mind?
You sicken me.

Originally posted by sam fandango
go to www.kassatsu.com

register

use forums

read "my dad's monkey"

You sicken me even more.

I feel sick.

Darth Eggplant
11-20-2002, 03:59 PM
some of pearl harbour seemed okay.
just like parts of Titanic were okay.

I do not own either.

but then again I do not have a DVD.:eek:

JofaGuht
11-21-2002, 10:29 PM
I didn't like Pearl Harbor very much. But i thought Titantic was okay, but not wonderful. James Cameron is good at what he does, but he seems to make all the bad scripts. The Aybiss is the only movie that I've really liked by him. Most of his others dissapoint me. But the scene with the people playing violin was sweet, not to mention Billy Zane is awesome!

Eclipsed Sun
11-22-2002, 05:53 PM
...just like parts of Titanic were okay. ...

Parts like the guy falling off the ship and doing a cartwheel when he hit the propeller, or when the sprout-faced-boy died?

They = the best bits.

Darth Eggplant
11-23-2002, 05:08 PM
:D

those were the parts I liked best!
I like Titanic doccumentaries
not mushy unrealistic love stories
with 20th century ideals
superimpossed upon early 19th cen
class vs class struggle society

JofaGuht
11-23-2002, 11:48 PM
after a trip to the dvd store, i add 2 to my previous list.

Pleasantville
Rocky Horror Picture Show