recognise the description of a scene from a film?

recognise the description of a scene from a film?

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Fatboy

7,619 posts

236 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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fallon said:

Incorrigible said:


bobski said:
There's a single nun that floats in "Blues Brothers" !


Bugger, I was going to say that



Elwood Blues said:
We're on a mission from God





"The Penguin" - ha ha!! Love that film.


Elwood Blues also said:
Ow you fat penguin!

fallon

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1,386 posts

230 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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mungo said:
Way Of The Gun ???


that's quite obviously some obscure cowboy-themed film that no girl will ever have watched.

Munta

304 posts

213 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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Ok - another off the wall suggetion.

There was a series on TV by Lars Von Trier (I think) about a haunted hospital. Could it be that - I like my subtitles

Edited bacause I cant speel

>> Edited by Munta on Wednesday 20th August 15:42

fallon

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1,386 posts

230 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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It is definitely and without a shadow of a doubt "Stigmata".....

A friend who is languishing at home with a bad abcess (although personally, I think it's the onset of "cherubism") has just been roused from her sofa in order to put the DVD on and go thru all the scene selections until she found it.

Thank god - I was beginning to get really irritated that I'd even posed the question!

>> Edited by fallon on Wednesday 20th August 15:48

fallon

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1,386 posts

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Wednesday 20th August 2003
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mungo said:

fallon said:


mungo said:
Way Of The Gun ???




that's quite obviously some obscure cowboy-themed film that no girl will ever have watched.




Obviously not a film buff then.

It's an oscar winning film by the same screen writer as "The Usual Suspects". It was made in 2001 and stars Ryan Phillippe, Benicio Del Toro and Juliette Lewis!

An absolute CLASS film!!!


I stand corrected. Gosh you're very authoritative.

Julian64

13,263 posts

218 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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I think your film is Ghost. The scene is where patrick swazie wakes up in the hospital and talks to a man (ghost) who is waiting for his wife (who is being unsucessfully ressusitated in the next bed) to die and join him. They talk and swazie realises he's dead, he then walks out of the room down a corridor with a set of obvious dead nunns 'walking' toward him?

fallon

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230 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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sounds like there's more than one film with this particular scene in it then.

Neil_H

15,317 posts

215 months

Wednesday 20th August 2003
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fallon said:
It is definitely and without a shadow of a doubt "Stigmata".....

A friend who is languishing at home with a bad abcess (although personally, I think it's the onset of "cherubism") has just been roused from her sofa in order to put the DVD on and go thru all the scene selections until she found it.

Thank god - I was beginning to get really irritated that I'd even posed the question!

>> Edited by fallon on Wednesday 20th August 15:48


Hmmm. I haven't seen that so I must be thinking of a different film. The one I remember has 3 nuns that are obviously on roller skates or something (but you can't see them and you're supposed to think they're floating) down a corridor towards and past the character.

Bugger.

Abergman13

1 posts

12 months

Thursday 30th April 2020
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Hi - I know that this thread is from 2003, but I was trying to figure out what movie that exact scene was from too, and it was driving me crazy! I finally figured it out, and I noticed that one person on here did too, but no one seemed to agree - it was Death Becomes Her!

BigDaddy79

1 posts

4 months

Friday 25th December 2020
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Death Becomes Her