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Fun With Movies is a puzzle game from an idea by monkeyfinger and bfish.

The object of the game is to work out what movie has been posted. The first person to guess then gets to post the next movie, and so on.

Rules of the game:

post 4 stills from a movie, or 4 images that are clues to the movie's title.

Keep track of replies to your post so you can tell when someone has guessed correctly

Let the winner know in the comments below so they can post their own!

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Fun with movies, part 72

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A harder one, I hope. Damn good film, if not quite as good as it's predecessor.

Posted by mat

25th Sep 2007, 17:50   | tags:


MaggieD says:

That looks like Khmer or Thai script ....

25th Sep 2007, 18:17

MaggieD says:

Is it set in Australia and Thailand?

25th Sep 2007, 19:06

i want to be a cowgirl says:

No clue.
At all.
Me stymied.

25th Sep 2007, 19:21

taniwha says:

same here but when I was in Bangkok I went to see kick boxing but was so jet lagged I fell asleep ringside.

25th Sep 2007, 19:48

MaggieD says:

Think I might have an idea if it involves a stolen elephant ....

25th Sep 2007, 19:52

nige says:

the jungle book

*beats chest

okay, okay, i'd better look at this one...

25th Sep 2007, 19:53

nige says:

ok, it's Warrior King / Tom Yum Goong, and i didn't get it through mat's Chief Inspector Lamond reference either!

actually had i not seen Ong Bak i wouldn't have known this.

*beats chest.

25th Sep 2007, 20:00

bfish says:

The Protector

25th Sep 2007, 20:00

bfish says:


25th Sep 2007, 20:03

nige says:

25th Sep 2007, 20:08

MaggieD says:

Ah well .......

25th Sep 2007, 20:08

nige says:

you knew this one maggie, i could tell...

25th Sep 2007, 20:09

nige says:

i might actually be wrong, too...

25th Sep 2007, 20:17

mat says:

Nope, you're right - Tom Yung Goong it is. Ong Bak is (slightly) better, imo, but I don't have a copy of that handy. Muay Boran (his main fighting style) is, frankly, terrifying. The brutal efficiency with which he dispatches those suited guys in the scene in frame four is unbelievable.

Tony Jaa is one of, if not the best martial artist working in films at the moment. I hope he doesn't go all hollywood-crap like Jet Li did.

25th Sep 2007, 22:44

nige says:

totally agree with you about Tony Jaa. funny, because no one else i went to see Ong Bak with actually thought it was much cop, but i thought he was just so amazing that it couldn't help but be impressive. number 2 is out soon.

25th Sep 2007, 23:01

wolverine swamprose says:

dammit. nige again. I leave to get some stuff done, turn my back for a minute, and he's back beating that poor breast. bring it on nige.

25th Sep 2007, 23:28

nige says:

just remember who the daddy is. right?


25th Sep 2007, 23:35

WhoseShoes says:

bloody nige, dont get to look in much at the moment but you just cant turn your back.

Great film by the way ;)

25th Sep 2007, 23:39

nige says:

damn right girly.

i'll post tonight.

26th Sep 2007, 08:25

i want to be a cowgirl says:

What gwanin with the FWM? Ey mister Nige?

1st Oct 2007, 18:03

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