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Will you add to the "Movie Titles Tell a Story" experiment?

Asked by mazingerz88 (17834 points ) October 16th, 2011

It’s quite simple, just add a suitable movie title to the one just posted that would complete what could be a cohesive prose structure. Who knows, maybe we could come up with an interesting story?

Thanks for participating and I suggest please TAKE TURNS in posting. : )

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The Terminator

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Saving Silverman.

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On the Waterfront

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the big fisherman,

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killing me softly.

marinelife's avatar

Going Postal

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because “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids!”

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the shoes of the fisherman

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Never Been Kissed

bkcunningham's avatar

in the heat of the night

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the Rear Window

HungryGuy's avatar

of The Big Bus.

gasman's avatar

The Fog
@Keep_on_running hope I didn’t mess you up

Keep_on_running's avatar

This is hard and makes no sense lol.

creative1's avatar

Fried Green Tomatoes

bkcunningham's avatar

American pie,

zensky's avatar

Terminator 2: Judgment Day

bkcunningham's avatar

Okay, @zensky, I must have competely misunderstood the directions of posting moving titles.

Only138's avatar

The Devil’s Rejects!

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Little Criminals (to Devil’s Rejects)

Am I getting this right? :/

mazingerz88's avatar

@Symbeline I think the experiment is faltering at this point. Lol. : ) Btw, this is one of the few times I hate not having cable since I can’t watch Walking Dead’s season opener.

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Were we supposed to make a story with movie titles? Like…The Terminator Saving Private Ryan For the Love of God.

I’m not sure I get it lol, I just thought of a movie title that could be somewhat relevant the one posted above me but without really thinking of the movie’s contents. Little kids being criminals, symbolically the Devil’s rejects, as is fitting in some shitty society. I don’t even know if it works whether one saw both movies or not. XD

Well, maybe you’ll have to find it online somewhere…

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@Symbeline Yes, exactly. Regarding WD, or wait months till the Netflix release. That’s how I did it the first time.

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@mazingerz88 Aaah…dude that’s a hard experiment then. Because getting it started is easy, but inevitably, the following titles would have to start off with a word denoting doing something, and not that many movies have titles like that. (unless you allow us to be rather vague, but while still giving a good idea of a story going down)

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Falling in Love (I’m starting it over here—yall got all conversational)

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In the Good Old Summertime

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Splendor in the Grass

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is a Primal Instinct

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the fugitive

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To Kill a Mockingbird

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in A Place Under The Sun

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after hours

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Near Dark

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at the river I stand

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an experienced Deer Hunter

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Boys Don’t Cry but

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Suddenly Last Summer

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They Came From Outer Space

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Searching for Bobby Fischer

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They Found a Cave

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Of Mice and Men

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Friends at Last

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From Here To Eternity

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O Brother Where Art Thou

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(O brother, where art thou.?...)

The preacher’s wife

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Armageddon

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(O brother, where art thou? The preacher’s wife, Armageddon…)

in the heat of the night

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Come September (she’s the preacher’s wife)

bkcunningham's avatar

O brother, where art thou? The preacher’s wife, Armageddon, in the heat of the night, after hours, altered states.

bkcunningham's avatar

Sorry, I messed you up.

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If you are talking to me, no problem.

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