1928 movie was remade in 1997, the title is a phrase with
the letters ONTRSWBOSMKEETH in it. It somehow relates
to Mother's day.
It looks like "Mother Knows Best". There was
a 1997 made-for-tv movie and a 1928 original. There's
not much info on either on IMDB, especially the older
version so it's hard to say if the 97 version is in fact
a remake, but here are links to each of the movies:
I'm looking for movies where a character reels off a list
of things...for example in Forrest Gump, Bubba lists all
the ways to
eat/prepare shrimp. It's for a game where you show a clip
to people, then see how many things out of the list people
Hmmm... I can't think of too many things
off the top off my head. A few:
-Jamie Kennedy listing the things in a sequel that differ
from the original in "Scream 2". You might also
count the 'How to survive a horror movie' rules list he
gave in the original.
-"From Dusk Till Dawn: when Cheech Marin lists the
attractions at the 'Titty Twister'
-Arnold Schwarzenegger listing off weapons in the gun
shop in "Terminator"
-David Spade reeling off a huge list of fireworks in "Joe
-List of items Martin Lawerence says he will need to deliver
the pregnant woman's baby in "Big Momma's House"
CMT readers: Have any more lists you can think
of? Send them in and I'll include them in our next Q &
was this horror movie I saw but don't know the name of
it. It was about teenages and aliens that were using people
as hosts. The only way to tell who was infected was by
snorting some stuff, and the queen alien was in one of
the kid's bodies but she blocked the stuff from going
up her nose to keep them from thinking it was her. At
the end, after being chased in the school and pool locker
room and killing the queen alien, the geeky kid gets the
girl. What's the name of that movie?
The movie you described is "The Faculty".
The geeky kid was played by Elijah Wood- now known throught
the world as Mr. Frodo. The movie also featured Josh Hartnett
and Famke Janssen, was written by Kevin Williamson ("Scream"
movies), and directed by Robert Rodriguez ("Desperado",
What is the longest running time(start to finish) for
This is kind of a tricky question- there are lots
of conditionals you can throw in. I checked the Guinness
Records online but they had nothing listed to answer your
movie referenced as the longest movie ever comes packaged
with a very apt title. "The Longest Most Meaningless
Movie in the World" screened in the U.K in 1970
and apparently had a runtime of an even 48 hours. There
was no info given on IMDB, not even the subject or runtime,
but here's the link:
next longest film entry I found referenced on a webpage
as 'the longest movie', and actually had related information,
was a German entry called "Zweite Heimat - Chronik
einer Jugend, Die". It runs 1,532 minutes (25 and
a half hours). The imdb link is here:
However, this really appears to be a television mini-series
comprised of 13 different movies, and not a single continuous
up was an Andy Warhol movie - "Empire" which
clocks in at 485 minutes (just over 8 hours). This is
a single movie, although 'movie' is a term used loosely
here. It's a single shot of the Empire state building
over the course of a day. Exciting stuff.
if you are looking for a major Hollywood movie that
you might actually have ever heard of or may want to
see, the winner would be "Cleopatra" clocking
in at just over 4 hours. (The American Director's cut
version is 320 minutes- almost five and a half hours!)
The imdb page is here:
And finally a list of Cleopatra and other lengthy Hollywood
movies can be found on this page
kind of horse did Patrick Swayze ride in the 1995 Disney
movie "Tall Tales"?
He rode a Friesian horse.
John Wayne ever win an Oscar?
Yes, he won Best Actor for "True Grit".
He also was nominated for "The Sands of Iwo Jima"
and "The Alamo". The full page on the Duke's
awards at IMDB is here:
was the old Chinese Detective years ago....mostly black
and white movies?
like Charlie Chan.
do you call the velvet ropes set up outside of a theater?
a good one- I don't know that there is a special name
for them. I did a combination of different searches on
www.google.com and went through several movie terminology
sites but came up with nothing. I've never heard of any
special name for them other than just velvet ropes, so
I'm sorry but I don't have an answer for you. If you (or
any of you CMT readers) do come across any name
though let me know, I'd be interested to hear it.
was the name of the movie that Doris Day sang "Que
C'sera-sera" in and who was the leading man? Thanks.
sang it in the 1956 Hitchcock flick "The Man Who
Knew Too Much". The leading man was James Stewart.
Here's a link to the complete lyrics if you're interested.
was that song that the pedophile convict was singing as
he stroked the doll's hair when the plane was about to
go down? If I remember correctly, it's a kids' song.
think you are refering to "Con Air" starring
Nicolas Cage, John Cusack, John Malkovich and Steve Buscemi
as the creepy Garland Greene. If that's the case, the
children's song that Steve sings in the movie is "He's
got the whole world in His hands", which is what
the little girl that he looks like he is about to kill
sings with him (and maybe accounts for him sparing her
Hepburn as a blind woman in likely an Albert Hitchock
movie....what was the movie?
couldn't find a Katharine Hepburn flick in which she played
a blind woman. She definitely did not work with Alfred
Hitchcock. While searching I came across Audrey Hepburn
in a thriller (but not a Hitchcock one) called "Wait
Until Dark" in which she plays a blind woman trapped
in her apartment with two criminals. Here's the IMDB page:
the movie Romancing the Stone filmed in St. Lucia? I was
told that by a friend but cannot come up with any information
to prove it.
lists the filming locations solely as New York, Utah,
and Mexico. However, after some more digging I found the
film also shot on location in Cartagena, Columbia, and
also in St. Lucia. The shot filmed there was when Kathleen
Turner and Michael Douglas slide down the waterfall near
the end of the flick- this was shot at Diamond Falls in
the Botanical Gardens on St. Lucia..
is Nikko in the Wizard of Oz?
was the head flying monkey in the 1939 flick, but why
he ever teamed up with the wicked witch is a question
that may never be answered. The winged varmint was played
by the actor Pat Walshe.