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Some Games to play while watching movies
Topic by: JLentz
Posted: August 20, 2005 - 7:20 PM PDT
Last Reply: August 30, 2005 - 8:25 PM PDT

author topic: Some Games to play while watching movies
post #1  on August 20, 2005 - 7:20 PM PDT  
I overheard a couple talking about games they play while watching a movie at home. Some of them I didn't catch, cause I felt uneasy following them around eavesdropping. They sounded similar to the old Bob Newhart game, but rougher.

One was, if they watch a Tarrantino and a character drops an "N" word, she spanks him, if one drops an "F" word he spanks her, if an "MF-er" is dropped they French kiss.

Silly I know, but I couldn't get it out a my head. Probably cause this was a hot girl this guy was with.


I know there were better ones, but I didn't hear everything. There must be a good repository for fun movie games to play somewhere.

I'd like to know some that might be fun for parties, or Romantic evenings, or when I'm all alone and not invited to either one of those...

post #2  on August 21, 2005 - 6:46 AM PDT  
How about the drinking game that goes along with the movie Withnail & I? You basically just have to match Withnail drink for drink during the movie. When he drinks, you drink the same thing. You need the following on hand:

Red Wine
1 bottle lighter fluid
1 Camberwell Carrot

Drinking the lighter fluid and smoking the Camberwell Carrot are optional, considering that one will put you in the hospital and the other isn't legal. The "lighter fluid" Richard Grant drank in the movie was actually vinegar, so if you're really serious you can use vinegar at that point yourself.

This game was popular among British university students. It wouldn't surprise me if some of them died.
post #3  on August 21, 2005 - 11:30 PM PDT  
Making A Great Movie Even Better

(Scoll down for villain's review of the game)
post #4  on August 27, 2005 - 7:35 AM PDT  
I had a friend who recently showed all three LORD OF THE RINGS Special editions on his absurdly big TV in one day. The inevitable drinking games were devised: Everytime somebody yells or says "Frodo!", take a shot. Everytime somebody holds the ring up in the palm of their hand, take a shot. Everytime Liv Tyler opens her mouth, sigh loudly and snort, "Jesus! That woman can't act!" (OK, I'm the only one who did that last one).
post #5  on August 30, 2005 - 8:25 PM PDT  
Well, sure the drinking games are fun...

But there must be other types, right?

I host as many of you know a morning radio show called, The Front Row Morning Show on a rock station called KRZR. I do a feature every morning called, "Screentest," where we badly act out a scene or do quotes from a film and callers try to win prizes.

We do "Screentest" in the 8 o'clock hour (PST) but we talk about films all the time so feel free to call and say, "Hi!" between 6am-10am (PST).

Some are kinda tough, but most of the easy ones are tough because we have a lot of pot smokers in the audience.

I would love for my GC brothers and sisters to listen online and call in to try and win. Feel free to mention Green Cine with some of your recent rentals. We talk about movies quite a bit on the show. KRZR Line - 559-247-2000

It would be great to put a voice behind some of these great postings!


Jerry Lentz

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