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Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #501 [Andaz Apna Apna (1994), guessed by LauraGrace] Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #500 [Grave of the Fireflies (1988), guessed by damosuzuki] Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #496 [The Flower Girl (1972), guessed by nyctc7] Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #493 [Panic (2000), guessed by hownos] Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #489 [Kikujiro (1999), guessed by LauraGrace] Stonekeeper's Summer Game: I recommend this Mystery Movie #485 [Zemlya (1930), guessed by StoneKeeper] Stonekeeper's Springtime Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #401 [Strangers on a Train (1951), guessed by LauraGrace] Stonekeeper's Springtime Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #399 [Lion of the Desert (1980), guessed by LauraGrace] Stonekeeper's Springtime Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #395 [The Burmese Harp (1956), guessed by LauraGrace] Stonekeeper's Springtime Game: I recommend THIS Mystery Movie #392 [Perrier's Bounty (2009), guessed by dmac8] View all posts >


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Personally I didn't like Adam's Rib much, though the fact that I had a brutal toothache while I was watching it may have affected the experience a bit. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf" was the one that came to mind the instant I read the thread title. I don't think anything can top that one in this department. By the end of that movie, I felt as exhausted as the characters must have been lol. The one that scared me the most was Noroi (2005). A movie that isn't as well-known as it deserves to be. Well said, I completely agree. Coyotes will almost never attack a full-grown human. They have been known to attack small, unattended children (like age 5 or less), but they won't even do that if the children have an adult nearby. I live in an area that has coyotes. I hear them sometimes, but I've only ever seen them from a distance, and even then only a few times. They generally avoid people. Old Yeller (1957) Yeah. It's because it's north Korean, so it's "communist propaganda", which means there's a huge amount of bias against it right from the start. Just about everything from a communist country that has even a hint of politics in it gets absolutely and ruthlessly slammed by Westerners who go into it with the intention of hating it because they're supposed to. Only completely non-political movies from communist countries, or "dissident" movies (which are usually acclaimed), or movies like Eisenstein's that are recognized as artistically significant (his films are some of the few that get away with having communist politics for that reason), have a chance of being praised as good films, getting good ratings, good reviews, etc. Everything else is blown off as "nothing but propaganda" and therefore inherently bad. Anyway, the movie is on Youtube, and the comment section looks pretty positive from what I see. Edit: Oh, as for the title, IMDb recently changed it and the change makes no sense. First of all, in Korean, I don't think there's any distinction between "the" and "a". But "the" is in the official English title of the movie as posted by a north Korean channel on Youtube, and besides, it makes way more sense than "a". The Terminal (2004) Strangers on a Train (1951) The Climb (1986) I know it doesn't meet all the criteria but it meets most of them and I have to go to bed at some point lol, I've been searching fruitlessly for like the last hour. So that's the best I can do at the moment, at least to get another hint lol. View all replies >