But it won’t be called Halloween: The Next Chapter
Stresses importance of keeping the series grounded
Project already has a title confirmed
The Improvisation: “Hey, Malkovich, think fast!” yells a guy out of his car window as he hurls something at the wayward actor.What Was In The Script: That iconic line was the result of a particularly enthusiastic extra, who was merely told to throw something at Malkovich. Instead, he hurled that line as well.
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Mar 6th 2012, 10:04
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Mar 6th 2012, 10:18
Enjoyed this list, didn't realise some of these scenes were improvised. Was expecting to see leather weapon on here though. I thought the scene where mel gibson puts the gun in his mouth and cocks it was all him? Great list though
Mar 6th 2012, 10:19
I meant lethal, what a t*t
Mar 6th 2012, 10:36
Leather weapon sounds like a good porno.
Mar 6th 2012, 10:49
Ingrid Bergman's character in Casablance is called Ilsa, not Lisa.
Ingrid Bergman's character in Casablanca is called Ilsa, not Lisa.
Mar 6th 2012, 12:24
Mate I really want to see Leather Weapon
Mar 6th 2012, 12:51
Holy Christ I NEED to see Leather Weapon... I'll fund it and everything. Oh, God.
Mar 6th 2012, 13:14
What about Bob is a prime example of Bill Murray at his improvisational best.
Mar 6th 2012, 13:16
Ha Ha, mel gibson puts a leather weapon in his mouth, don't know if I really want to see that, or maybe I do, im so confused. I think leather weapon would have to be a female lead who wears a leather stapon and fights crime with it. I've got the script who's keen?
Mar 6th 2012, 13:33
Heath Ledger was a genius!
Mar 6th 2012, 13:55
The Godfather... 1978? Are you sure?
Mar 6th 2012, 14:47
The Dark Knight bit at the hospital wasn't improvised by Ledger, Christopher Nolan admitted that it was arranged beforehand.
Mar 6th 2012, 15:01
you forgot one famous movie - close range, with sean penn and chris walken, i heard a story, that walken was always checking the guns before the scenes were shot, for his own security, and before a scene, where sean penn had to direct the gun at walkens head, he shout something, went out of the scene, with the pistol, then came back and put it directly on walkens head - so that the fear in walkens face at that moment was real. think it´s on imdb.com.
Mar 6th 2012, 22:26
except that the screen shot for '40 year old virgin' is actually from 'knocked up,' but it's cool. (:
Mar 7th 2012, 5:26
NO CHRISTOPHER GUEST FILMS' SCENES MADE IT!!??!?!?!
Mar 8th 2012, 4:27
what about Nathan Fillion's "faster would be better" from Serenity?
Mar 9th 2012, 16:23
You've got to be kidding me. A "reputable" movie site messing up an Oscar winning actors name. It's Ermy, not Earney. What a joke!
Mar 9th 2012, 19:37
"Alex and his goons break into a house and man-handle the woman who lives there."
Any reason you chose to describe rape this way?
If you want to keep thngs light, then you should probably avoid ultra-violence.
Apr 1st 2012, 8:55
Total Film, Blade Runner was not made in 1987.
Aug 31st 2012, 9:27
Just for the record that scene in Humpday is between Ben and his wife Anna, played by Alycia Delmore, whereas Director Lynn Shelton plays Monica, Andrew's girlfriend.
Dec 23rd 2012, 10:29
Bloody hell, these comments read more like a lesson in proof-reading than anything else lol
Dec 24th 2012, 17:28
Except... the Blade Runner one goes 'All those moments will be lost IN TIME, like tears in rain'
Anyway, good list.
Dec 25th 2012, 0:35
Hmm. I'm not sure I would call the brutal and horrific rape depicted in "A Clockwork Orange" as 'man-handling,' but otherwise this is an entertaining rehash of an old Cracked article.
Jun 13th 2013, 4:14
Really necessary to call the cigarette a "f*g" in the Jaws reference? Especially given the fact that half the write-up is misspelled?
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