A movie about American football(?) — in the last scene a ball is hurled at a man, but he lifts his hands up and doesn’t catch it, allowing the ball to hit his chest. They’re probably at a parking lot. Then it freeze-frames and the movie ends.
It was probably made in the 80s. Saw it a long time ago.
Anyone remember a romantic comedy from the 90s with a couple singing? I’m quite sure this was from the (late) 90s and it had a couple (a young man and a woman) singing and playing the guitar together. I remember the lyrics going something like this: “If I broke my leg, would you carry me? / If I died, would you bury me?” I don’t think it was a big-budget movie. Probably American or Canadian.
Anybody remember a movie from the late 80s/early 90s with a guy going to a house. From there he shoots a bloody mummy wrapped in shrouds with a revolver. I remember that there was a garage in front of his house and the guy was somehow standing on a higher level and was shooting the mummy that was below, approaching the man and the house.
Anyone remember a late 90s/early 00s American sitcom about a woman being pregnant? The main character was a brunette woman with a medium-length hair.
Anyone remember a film with an ex-con as santa claus getting to know a mother and her daughter? In the beginning, the guy comes to this small town by a bus. He gets a job as a santa. There’s also a robbery being planned plotwise: they’re drilling to a vault through a toy store’s wall. American film from the 21st century; circa 2000–2010.
Anybody remember a movie from the 80s with a character named Pac(k)-man? It was probably some gang/cop flick. I thought it was “Shakedown” (1988), but it wasn’t. If you’re into good action and 80s nostalgia in general, do not miss “Shakedown” — it’s marvellous!
Does anyone remember a movie — probably British or American — from the 80s or early 90s where a guy is in a virtual reality game in which he goes to a bank and gets shot by an old lady?
He’s standing in a line and then a granny takes a revolver from her handbag and shoots the guy. Something like that I can remember. I saw it in the mid-90s in art class at school.
Does it ring any bells: a movie where two guys are arm-wrestling and the loser’s hand will smash into a candle or toothpicks? It’s not Stallone’s “Over the Top” (1987), which is a great 80s film though.
Anyone remember an art education film that at one scene featured a drawing/painting of the “Three Little Piglets” butchered by the Big Bad Wolf? The carcasses were hanging upside-down.
This was something I saw in art class at school in the mid-90s.
Anybody remember a French film from the 80s or early 90s with a scene where a bathroom is all splattered with blood and a set of bloody footsteps lead there? I think in the leading roles there were two women.
In another memorable scene this woman buys a pack of smokes and empties it into the glove compartment of her car that is filled with cigarettes out of their boxes.
Do you remember a movie with a man tapping into the thoughts of a killer? He moves to an apartment where he somehow manages to tap into the thoughts of someone else — he doesn’t know whose. Then it turns out that these thoughts he can hear are of a killer.
I heard of this movie in the late 90s, so it could’ve been made pretty much anytime in the 20th century i.e. 1940–1999.
Anybody remember a movie with a whistling killer and a sadistic future prison?
Anybody remember a movie with a gang of intruders and one of the killers whistling a tune? They break into a house and kill the wife of the main character. The computer of the security system of the house declares: INTRUDERS IN THE HOUSE. INTRUDERS IN THE HOUSE.
The man is wrongfully accused of the murder and sentenced to a sadistic prison. This all is happening in the future. The convicts are hanging from a bar with their hands and whoever falls down is electrocuted by the floor.
I saw this movie in the late 80s. It was the first movie I ever saw on VHS.
Anyone remember an 80s (or early 90s) college movie w/ a scene about pesticides, cannabis and taking a “mental picture”? The main character is talking about how cannabis buzzes on your head even better when all the pesticedes are burnt, inhaled and consumed as well. Then he goes on saying to this girl that he doesn’t want to get high now, so he can remember everything clearly as he takes a “mental photo” of the situation.