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October 23, 2006
Identify the movies depicted with office supplies
I just cannot get the one with the markers on either side of the dotted line or the one with the person under the roll of tape, despite searching
14 years ago
So the movies are both station
. I approve!
It's not a "person" being crushed under the tape. The staples are, after all, made of metal. If you can't get it from that, I'll be back later.
Pretty lame BTW
Some of them are just plain wrong.
How is the one with the staple pullers NOT Jaws?
Wrong Jaws, Lara.
nails: do you mean paperclips? there aren't any staples in that picture.
Ahhh, I got it now. So the only one I can't get now would be the two rows of markers.
Mr. Knickerbocker: Indeed I did. Silly me. topolino: I think mare's hint might help with the markers. Look at the colours.
There's still 4 I can't get: the boat one, the building jumper, notes on a phone, and 5 staple removers.
All I could come up with for the tape-wheels one were Crash, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, and Anna Karenina, none of which appear to be correct.
Also stuck on the five staple removers and the guy with staple removers in his mouth.
the five staple removers look like Birds, but that isn't right. i don't know how to spell parahnah. is the guy with staple removers in his mouth is Jaws from a james bond film? but since don't really like james bond, i don't know which.
Very clever, Austin Powers! But it's no match for my "laser"!
I've got them all...
*Warning: Spoilers below*
Alien, Bridget Jones Diary, Edward Scissorhands, ET, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, Jaws, The Wizard of Oz, Piranha, Reservoir Dogs, Saturday Night Fever, The Birds, The Hunt for Red October, The Shining, Terminator, The Usual Suspects, This is Spinal Tap, Titanic, American Beauty, Moonraker, and Star Wars.
It goes to eleven.
They also accept "The Spy who loved me" as the Jaws character was in that AND Moonraker.
I'd never have gotten Moonraker or Piranha. But I really love the "going to 11" one.
I was curious if they accepted "The Spy who loved me".