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Movies containing comic books A public collection moderated by Gregzilla "Movies in which a comic book, real or made for the movie, can be clearly identified by title and/or cover or interior art can be clearly seen."
From: To: Subject: Message: Movies containing comic books I thought you might be interested in this collection of movies I found at Criticker -- a film recommendation engine and community.
The Adventures of Buckaroo … (1984) + The Astral Factor (1976) + Back to the Future (1985) + Comic Book Confidential (1988) + Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) + Drugstore Cowboy (1989) + Explorers (1985) + Goldilocks and the Three Ba… (1963) + A Good Time with a Bad Girl (1967) + The Holy Mountain (1973) + An Itch in Time (1943) + Meatballs (1979) + Million Dollar Baby (2004) + Super 8 (2011) + Tales from the Crypt Presen… (1995) + Unbreakable (2000) + Watchmen (2009) +
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#5821711 - 07/04/1202:33 AMRe: Comic Book References In Movies
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I forget the name of the movie,( but it was the prequel to Hunt For Red October starring Denzel) Two sailors are fighting, Denzel breaks it up and asks what it was about, one of the sailors says they were fighting over who's version of Silver Surfer was better, Kirby's or Mobius's. Denzel laughs and says " everyone knows it was Kirby's, right?"
Also, Lennon reading Jimmy Olsen comics in Help!
Coyote Ugly features a copy of ASM 129.
"The noisy & the eager, & the arrogant & the forward & the vain, fretted & chaffed, & made their usual uproar." - Charles Dickens describes the CGC boards.
And I'll need to find time to watch it again but I think there are some comic references in the Quentin Tarantino segment of "Four Rooms"
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