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¶ ScreenShot Quiz - Lens Flare: The Beautiful Mistake

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Perception de Ambiguity on Jul 31 2016, 06:29:35 AM wrote:
Carmel98 on Jul 31 2016, 06:02:55 AM wrote:63 - Painfully-shamefully breaking the case
That's the one situation where reading my reviews pays off. :turned:
Yeah :) Well thanks to it I immediately knew the answer from the hint alone, but nonetheless Rachel Korine is pretty visible and recognisable in the shot anyway, so it should be easily guessable.
Anyway, I'm considering a rewatch sometime in the near future, it's been too long without some good hot girls and machine guns.
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Carmel98 on Jul 31 2016, 06:51:48 AM wrote:
Perception de Ambiguity on Jul 31 2016, 06:29:35 AM wrote:
Carmel98 on Jul 31 2016, 06:02:55 AM wrote:63 - Painfully-shamefully breaking the case
That's the one situation where reading my reviews pays off. :turned:
Yeah :) Well thanks to it I immediately knew the answer from the hint alone, but nonetheless Rachel Korine is pretty visible and recognisable in the shot anyway, so it should be easily guessable.
Anyway, I'm considering a rewatch sometime in the near future, it's been too long without some good hot girls and machine guns.
Yeah, Rachel Korine is quite visible, but I think this must also be a scene with Alien in the driver's seat, and it looks like they used a stunt driver there.

Btw, the first hint I considered was "Look at all this lens flare shit!", but even for a painfully obvious hint I thought this was a bit too obvious.
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I may want to make a new quiz tomorrow (I'm not making any promises), the problem is that at the moment"Fake TV Programs in Fiction Films" and "Characters Reading Books (so you don't have to)" both have 4 votes. So whoever posts first can elect the definite winner between those two. And, since "Girls with Very Big Eyes" is only 1 vote short of 4 and I have a weakness for women you can pick that one, too. So, lucky chooser, please pick one of those three.
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Fake TV Programs in Fiction Films
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62. Elevator to the Gallows?
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joachimt on Jul 31 2016, 10:40:01 AM wrote:Fake TV Programs in Fiction Films
TV Programs it is.
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Some guesses:

77. Boys Don't Cry
83. Disturbia
94. X-Men The Last Stand
97. The Act of Killing
100. Fading Gigolo
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87. Post tenebras lux. Watched it yesterday, the use of that special lens is difficult to forget.
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A complete WAG:


75. Double Indemnity

Uh nevermind I didn't see the hint.

So instead let's try:

75. Strangers on a Train
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61. The Lords of Salem
64. The Driver (1978)?
71. Session 9?
86. Somewhere (2010)?
91. Cloud Atlas?
96. Margaret
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GruesomeTwosome on Feb 13 2017, 11:37:50 PM wrote:61. The Lords of Salem
64. The Driver (1978)?
71. Session 9?
86. Somewhere (2010)?
91. Cloud Atlas?
96. Margaret
You do indeed like 'Margaret'! That was certainly a difficult one. Correct on 'The Lords of Salem and 'Cloud Atlas' as well.
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Perception de Ambiguity on Feb 13 2017, 11:50:59 PM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on Feb 13 2017, 11:37:50 PM wrote:61. The Lords of Salem
64. The Driver (1978)?
71. Session 9?
86. Somewhere (2010)?
91. Cloud Atlas?
96. Margaret
You do indeed like 'Margaret'! That was certainly a difficult one. Correct on 'The Lords of Salem and 'Cloud Atlas' as well.
Yep, and just re-watching Margaret recently, as you know, did help a bit. Plus, I actually tried my hand at a screenshot quiz on FG last year and used that same exact shot, hehe.
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83 Obsession ???
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62 - Pale Flower ?

78 - Zabriskie Point ?
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87 - Post Tenebras Lux ?
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