(It's a long list so hold on to your butts) 1903 "The Great Train Robbery" 1916 "Intolerance" 1923 "Safety Last!" 1924 "Sherlock Jr." 1925 "The Gold Rush" "Body and Soul" 1926 "The Son of the Sheik" "Sparrows" 1927 "IT" "The Jazz Singer" "The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog" 1928 "Lights of New York" "Steamboat Willie" "The CameraMan" 1929 "The Kiss" "The Hollywood Revue of 1929" 1930 "A Lady To Love" "Anna Christie" "Animal Crackers" "The Big House" "The Blue Angel" "Morocco" "Bubbles" "All Quiet on the Western Frontier" 1931 "West of Broadway" "Dracula" "Frankenstein" "Monkey Business" "Blonde Crazy" "Laughing Sinners" "Little Caeser" "The Public Enemy" "The Champ" "Possessed" "City Lights" 1932 "Grand Hotel" "The Mummy" "Horse Feathers" "Red-Headed Woman" "Scarface" "Blonde Venus" "Red Dust" 1933 "Queen Christina" "The Invisble Man" "King Kong" "Duck Soup" "Gold Diggers of 1933" "Footlight Parade" "42nd Street" "Baby Face" "She Done Him Wrong" "I'm No Angel" 1934 "It Happened One Night" "Twentieth Century" "Kid Millions" "Of Human Bondage" "Manhattan Melodrama" 1935 "Mutiny on the Bounty" "The Bride of Frankenstein" "A Night at the Opera" "Gold Diggers of 1935" "Symphony In Black: A Rhapsody of Negro Life" "The Little Colonel" "The Devil is a Woman" "Dangerous" "The 39 Steps" "Triumph of the Will" 1936 "San Francisco" "Swing Time" "My Man Godfrey" "Show Boat" "The Petrified Forest" 1937 "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" "The Awful Truth" 1938 "Bringing Up Baby" "Love Finds Andy Hardy" 1939 "The Women" "The Wizard of Oz" "Stagecoach" "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" "Love Affair" "Ninotchka" "Of Mice and Men" "Only Angels Have Wings" "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" "Gunga Din" "Wuthering Heights" "Young Mr. Lincoln" "Gone With the Wind" 1940 "The Philadelphia Story" "His Girl Friday" "Rebecca" "The Great Dictator" "The Grapes of Wrath" 1941 "The Wolf Man" "Sullivan's Travels" "The Lady Eve" "Suspicion" "Citizen Kane" "The Maltese Falcon" 1942 "Casablanca" "Wake Island" "The Battle of Midway" 1943 "The Miracle of Morgan's Creek" "Bataan" "Air Force" 1944 "Double Indemnity" "Laura" "Meet Me in St. Louis" 1945 "The Battle of San Pietro" "They Were Expendable" 1946 "Notorious" "The Best Years of Our Lives" "It's a Wonderful Life" "The Killers" "The Big Sleep" "My Darling Clementine" 1947 "Out of the Past" 1948 "Rope" "Fort Apache" 1949 "The Third Man" "Samson and Delilah" "Conspirator" "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon" 1950 "The Asphalt Jungle" "Gun Crazy" "Sunset Boulevard" "All About Eve" "Born Yesterday" "Rio Grande" 1951 "Quo Vadis" "An American in Paris" "The Thing From Another World" "The Day the Earth Stood Still" "A Streetcar Named Desire" "The African Queen" 1952 "Singin' in the Rain" "High Noon" 1953 "The Hitch-hiker" "The Robe" "The Band Wagon" "From Here to Eternity" "Roman Holiday" "Gentleman Prefer Blondes" "How to Marry a Millionarie" 1954 "A Star is Born" "Them!" "Gojira" "On the Waterfront" "Rear Window" "To Cathch a Thief" "Creature From The Black Lagoon" 1955 "Tarantula!" "Blackboard Jungle" "East of Eden" "Rebel Without a Cause" "The Seven Year Itch" 1956 "The Ten Commandments" "Godzilla, King of the Monsters!" "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" "Giant" "The Searchers" 1957 "The Deadly Mantis" "A Face in the Crowd" "Sweet Smell of Success" "The Bridge on the River Kwai" 1958 "I Married a Monster From Outer Space" "Vertigo" "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof" "The Defiant Ones" 1959 "Ben-Hur" "Some Like It Hot" "North By Northwest" "Rio Bravo" "Pillow Talk" 1960 "Exodus" "Spartacus" "The Apartment" "Psycho" "The Bellboy" "The Magnificent Seven" "One-Eyed Jacks" "Sergeant Rutledge" "Breathless" 1961 "West Side Story" "Breakfast at Tiffany's" "Splendor in the Grass" "Lover Come Back" "The Ladies Man" "The Errand Boy" "El Cid" "The Hustler" "The Misfits" "A Raisin In The Sun" 1962 "The Longest Day" "How The West Was Won" "Lawrence Of Arabia" "Lolita" "Cape Fear" "The Manchurian Candidate" "That Touch of Mink" "Mutiny On The Bounty" "Dr. No" "Ride The High Country" "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance" "To Kill A Mockingbird" 1963 "The Thrill Of It All" "The Pink Panther" "The Nutty Professor" "Tom Jones" "Jason and the Argonauts" "Cleopatra" "Hud" "Charade" "The Ugly American" "The Great Escape" "From Russia With Love" "Lilies Of The Field" 1964 "Send Me No Flowers" "The Patsy" "Dr. StrangeLove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying About the Bomb" "The Fall Of The Roman Empire" "Becket" "My Fair Lady" "Mary Poppins" "Goldfinger" "A Fistful Of Dollars" "Cheynne Autumn" 1965 "The Great Race" "The Agony and The Ecstasy" "The Greatest Story Ever Told" "Doctor Zhivago" "The Sound Of Music" "The Cincinnati Kid" "Thunderball" "A Patch Of Blue" 1966 "The Shooting" "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" "The Russians are Coming, The Russians are Coming" "The Sand Pebbles" "A Man For All Seasons" "Harper" "The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly" "Thr Professionals" "Who's Afraid of Virgina Woolf?" "The Wild Angels" 1967 "Doctor Dolittle" "Barefoot In The Park" "The Producers" "Cool Hand Luke" "Hombre" "You Only Live Twice" "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner" "To Sir, With Love" "In The Heat Of The Night" "Bonnie and Clyde" "The Graduate" 1968 "Finian's Rainbow" "The Odd Couple" "The Lion In Winter" "Funny Girl" "The Thomas Crown Affair" "Bullitt" "Once Upon A Time In The West" "Night Of The Living Dead" "Rosemary's Baby" "Planet Of The Apes" "2001: A Space Odyssey" 1969 "Paint Your Wagon" "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" "The Wild Bunch" "Easy Rider" "Putney Swope" "Alice's Restaurant" "Downhill Racer" "Medium Cool" "They Shoot Horses, Don't They?" "Midnight Cowboy" "True Grit" 1970 "Patton" "Little Big Man" "Five Easy Pieces" "MAS*H" "Husbands" "Love Story" 1971 "The Last Picture Show" "Play Misty For Me" "The French Connection" "Straw Dogs" "Dirty Harry" "Klute" "THX 1138" "Bananas" "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song" "Shaft" "Carnal Knowledge" "McCabe & Mrs. Miller" "Harold and Maude" "Minnie and Moskowitz" "A New Leaf" "A Clockwork Orange" "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" 1972 "The Getaway" "Deliverance" "The Godfather" "Boxcar Bertha" "Play It Again Sam" "The Heartbreak Kid" "Cabaret" "Jeremiah Johnson" "The Candidate" "What's Up, Doc?" "Sounder" "Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex*" 1973 "Badlands" "Scarecrow" "The Long Goodbye" "The Last Detail" "Mean Streets" "Sleeper" "Serpico" "Coffy" "Enter The Dragon" "American Graffiti" "The Sting" "The Way We Were" "The Exorcist" "Papillon" "The Paper Chase" "Save The Tiger" "Don't Look Now" "Paper Moon" 1974 "The Sugarland Express" "The Godfather Part II" "Blazing Saddles" "Young Frankenstein" "Foxy Brown" "Lenny" "Chinatown" "A Woman Under The Influence" "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" "The Great Gatsby" "The Conversation" "The Parallax View" "California Split" 1975 "Love and Death" "Dog Day Afternoon" "Sheba, Baby" "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" "Jaws" "Nashville" "Shampoo" "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" "Three Days Of The Condor" "Monty Python and The Holy Grail" 1976 "Taxi Driver" "Marathon Man" "All The President's Men" "Network" "Rocky" "The Outlaw Josey Wales" "Carrie" "Silver Streak" "The Bad News Bears" "Bound For Glory" 1977 "Annie Hall" "Close Encounters Of The Third Kind" "Opening Night" "Saturday Night Fever" "Star Wars: A New Hope" "The Turning Point" "The Goodbye Girl" "Slap Shot" "New York, New York" "Julia" "Smokey and The Bandit" 1978 "National Lampoon's Animal House" "An Unmarried Woman" "Grease" "The Deer Hunter" "Coming Home" "Superman The Movie" "Heaven Can Wait" "Days Of Heaven" "Midnight Express" "Halloween" 1979 "Manhattan" "Being There" "All That Jazz" "Apocalypse Now" "Alien" "The China Syndrome" "Norma Rae" "Breaking Away" "Kramer Vs. Kramer" 1980 "Raging Bull" "The Elephant Man" "Coal Miner's Daughter" "Cruising" "Ordinary People" "The Shining" "Heaven's Gate" "Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back" "Airplane!" "The Blues Brothers" "9 to 5" "Caddyshack" 1981 "Raiders of the Lost Ark" "Escape from New York" "Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior" "Reds" "Ragtime" "The French Lieutenant's Woman" "Chariots of Fire" "On Golden Pond" 1982 "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial" "The Verdict" "Gandhi" "Blade Runner" "Poltergeist" "Sophie's Choice" "Diner" "Tootsie" "The King of Comedy" "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" "Rocky III" "48 Hrs." "First Blood" "Conan the Barbarian" 1983 "The Big Chill" "Terms of Endearment" "Zelig" "The Right Stuff" "Scarface" "Flashdance" "Trading Places" "Risky Business" "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" "Silkwood" 1984 "This is Spinal Tap" "Ghostbusters" "Beverly Hills Cop" "The Natural" "Purple Rain" "Gremlins" "Sixteen Candles" "Splash" "Police Academy" "Footloose" "A Nightmare on Elm Street" "Amadeus" "The Terminator" "Broadway Danny Rose" "Once Upon a Time in America" "Blood Simple" "Missing in Action" "Stranger Than Paradise" "The Killing Fields" 1985 "Back to the Future" "Brazil" "The Purple Rose of Cairo" "The Goonies" "Witness" "Pee-Wee's Big Adventure" "The Breakfast Club" "Desperately Seeking Susan" "Spies Like Us" "Rambo: First Blood Part II" "Rocky IV" "Commando" "Out of Africa" 1986 "Aliens" "Platoon" "Top Gun" "Down and Out in Beverly Hills" "Stand By Me" "Crocodile Dundee" "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" "Three Amigos" "Blue Velvet" "Hannah and Her Sisters" "Pretty in Pink" "Hoosiers" "The Color of Money" 1987 "The Princess Bride" "Fatal Attraction" "RoboCop" "Empire of the Sun" "Wall Street" "Raising Arizona" "Three Men and a Baby" "Dirty Dancing" "Lethal Weapon" "Broadcast News" "Ironweed" "The Untouchables" "Good Morning, Vietnam" "Hamburger Hill" "Full Metal Jacket" "Predator" "The Last Emperor" "Moonstruck" "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" 1988 "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" "Coming to America" "Big" "Beetlejuice" "Bull Durham" "The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!" "Working Girl" "A Cry in the Dark" "Mississippi Burning" "Die Hard" "Rain Man" "Bloodsport" 1989 "Batman" "Do the Right Thing" "Drugstore Cowboy" "Crimes and Misdemeanors" "Sex, Lies and Videotape" "Born on the Fourth of July" "Dead Poets Society" "My Left Foot" "Field of Dreams" "When Harry Met Sally..." "Say Anything ..." "Parenthood" "The Little Mermaid" "Glory" "The Abyss" 1990 "Goodfellas" "House Party" "To Sleep with Anger" "Pretty Woman" "Edward Scissorhands" "Dances with Wolves" "Miller's Crossing" "Awakenings" "Ghost" "Slacker" "Blue Steel" "Home Alone" 1991 "The Silence of the Lambs" "Thelma and Louise" "L.A. Story" "JFK" "Boyz n the Hood" "Barton Fink" "New Jack City" "Daughters of the Dust" "Point Break" "The Prince of Tides" "Hangin' with the Homeboys" "Trust" "Poison" "Beauty and the Beast" "Little Man Tate" "Rambling Rose" "Terminator 2: Judgement Day" 1992 "Basic Instinct" "Malcolm X" "Reservoir Dogs" "Wayne's World" "Juice" "Just Another Girl on the I.R.T." "Gas Food Lodging" "A Few Good Men" "Boomerang" "Aladdin" "The Last of the Mohicans" "Unforgiven" "A League of Their Own" 1993 "Philadelphia" "Schindler's List" "Groundhog Day" "Mrs. Doubtfire" "Poetic Justice" "Six Degrees of Separation" "Sleepless in Seattle" "Dazed and Confused" "The Nightmare Before Christmas" "The Piano" "Jurassic Park" 1994 "The Shawshank Redemption" "Forrest Gump" "Heavenly Creatures" "Quiz Show" "The Mask" "Dumb and Dumber" "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" "Crooklyn" "Four Weddings and a Funeral" "Clerks" "Fresh" "Pulp Fiction" "The Lion King" "Ed Wood" "The Hudsucker Proxy" "Little Women" 1995 "The Usual Suspects" "Casino" "Apollo 13" "Higher Learning" "While You Were Sleeping" "Friday" "The Basketball Diaries" "Braveheart" "Dead Presidents" "Waiting to Exhale" "How to Make an American Quilt" "Bad Boys" "Clueless" "Welcome to the Dollhouse" "The Brothers McMullen" "Toy Story" "Heat" "Se7en" 1996 "The English Patient" "Happy Gilmore" "Waiting for Guffman" "Set it Off" "Independence Day" "Jerry Maguire" "Swingers" "Hard Eight" "Fargo" "Grace of My Heart" "Walking and Talking" "Romeo + Juliet" "Trainspotting" 1997 "L.A. Confidential" "Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery" "Soul Food" "My Best Friend's Wedding" "Men in Black" "As Good As It Gets" "Boogie Nights" "Titanic" "Contact" "Rosewood" 1998 "Out of Sight" "The Thin Red Line" "Saving Private Ryan" "Rushmore" "The Wedding Singer" "There's Something About Mary" "Dr. Dolittle" "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" "The Big Lebowski" "You've Got Mail" 1999 "The End of the Affair" "Office Space" "The Best Man" "Runaway Bride" "Notting Hill" "Toy Story 2" "Magnolia" "The Matrix" "The Sixth Sense" "The Talented Mr. Ripley" "The Blair Witch Project" "Man on the Moon" "The Cider House Rules" "The Hurricane" "American Beauty" "Girl, Interrupted" "The Insider" "Election" "Boys Don't Cry" "The Virgin Suicides" "Three Kings" "Being John Malkovich" "Fight Club" "Star Wars: The Phantom Menace" 2000 "Gladiator" "Erin Brockovich" "Memento" "Miss Congeniality" "Cast Away" "Almost Famous" 2001 "A Beautiful Mind" "Ocean's Eleven" "Legally Blonde" "The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring" "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" "Training Day" "Moulin Rouge!" "The Royal Tenenbaums" "Shrek" "Monsters, Inc." 2002 "Minority Report" "Ali" "Chicago" "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" "Gangs of New York" "Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets" "The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" "Men in Black II" 2003 "Something's Gotta Give" "Lost in Translation" "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" "Old School" "Elf" 2004 "The Incredibles" "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban" "The Bourne Supremacy" "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy" 2005 "Brokeback Mountain" "The-40-Year-Old Virgin" "Batman Begins" 2006 "The Devil Wears Prada" "The Departed" "Dreamgirls" "The Holiday" "Casino Royale" "Little Miss Sunshine" "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" "Pan's Labyrinth" "Children of Men" 2007 "There Will Be Blood" "No Country for Old Men" "Transformers" "Knocked Up" "Superbad" 2008 "Mamma Mia!" "WALL-E" "Slumdog Millionaire" "Twilight" "Step Brothers" "The Dark Knight" "Iron Man" 2009 "Up" "It's Complicated" "Inglourious Basterds" "The Hangover" "Avatar" "The Hurt Locker" "Precious" 2010 "True Grit" "The Social Network" "Black Swan" "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" "Winter's Bone" "The Kids Are All Right" 2011 "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" "Bridesmaids" "Thor" "Captain America: The First Avenger" 2012 "Django Unchained" "Lincoln" "The Master" "Moonrise Kingdom" "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" "Zero Dark Thirty" "Silver Linings Playbook" "The Avengers" "The Hunger Games" "Good Deeds" 2013 "Fast & Furious 6" "The Heat" "Gravity" "American Hustle" "12 Years a Slave" "Fruitvale Station" 2014 "Boyhood" "The Grand Budapest Hotel" "American Sniper" "Guardians of the Galaxy" "Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)" "Selma" 2015 "Mission: Impossible -- Rogue Nation" "Spy" "Joy" "Ant-Man" "Creed" "Tangerine" "The Revenant" "Straight Outta Compton" 2016 "La La Land" "Doctor Strange" "Moonlight" "Fences" 2017 "Spider-man: Homecoming" "The Shape of Water" "Mudbound" "The Florida Project" "Lady Bird" "Get Out" "Wonder Woman" 2018 "Avengers: Infinity War" "Black Panther" "Crazy Rich Asians" "Roma"
Hey, you're going to Las Vegas for RLCS LAN? Here's a quick run down for what you need to know if you are not a regular.
I'm a Vegas regular. I travel there for work and play between 6-10 times a year. I've been to Vegas somewhere around 70 times. Here are some tips, in no particular order. Orleans Arena is "off strip". It is part of the Orleans Hotel and Casino. If you choose to stay at The Orleans, you will have a 10 minute ubelyft back and forth from the strip. The Strip is the part of Vegas that you always see when you think of Vegas. It's called Las Vegas Boulavard. Orleans is a property that basically has nothing around it, and there is not really much to see without a 20 minute walk to the Palms, or a 20 minute walk to the Rio. If you are only going to eat, drink, and breathe RLCS, staying at the Orleans is probably a good idea. But if you want to experience Vegas, you want to stay on the strip. Lodging can be had for cheap, up to more expensive. The cost of hotel rooms is usually based on the property location on the strip, as the more central hotels are the nicer ones. Bellagio, Aria, and the Cosmo are the best places to stay that are in the middle. They will cost anywhere between $250-$400 a night. A great central location hotel that is more economical is Planet Hollywood, which is right across from the Bellagio. Rooms can be had here for closer to $150 a night. If you go to the end of the strip, you can have rooms for under $100, such as treasure island, Park MGM, NYNY, and Mandalay Bay, and if you really want to live economical on strip, you can go somewhere like Luxor (far end of strip) The Linq (more middle) and The Mirage. Any of the places listed above are on strip, and you can get the full Vegas experience. Hotels such as the Palms, Gold Coast, the Rio, Stratosphere, and the Hard Rock are so far off strip that they are extremely isolated from walking distance to most of the action in Vegas. Weather.... You're going to the Western US in the Desert, the Western US in the Desert is not what you would expect in November. You will be lucky to see temperatures above 70F, and at night it will drop down into the low 40's. Bring warm clothes! Walking around vegas: DO NOT, and I repeat DO NOT purchase a single thing from a street vendor. They will try selling you drink coupons, VIP tickets to shows, discounted show tickets, and just about any drug imaginable. Do not give any of these people money for any reason. While I do not any drugs, some of my friends do, and now that marijuana is completely legal in Las Vegas, everyone raves about going to Essence Cannabis Dispensary. I've been there, and it is amazing, but I can't really speak for their product. Skanks.... DO NOT be taken advantage of the "street walkers" and "casino crawlers" that are trying to be your friend, will want to go to your room, and after "the deed" is complete, will extort you for money. The rule of thumb, if a girl approaches you in a casino, or on the strip and is acting over friendly, they are probably a hooker, and their pimp is probably within shouting distance. You can drink on the strip, but you CANNOT have glass. It is usually cheaper to purchase liquor or beer from one of the many CVS stores on strip. All casinos will give you free drinks while you are playing, but sometimes the waitresses are few and far between. If you are going to be at a craps table or a slot machine for a long time, it is always a good idea to tip them very well and they will come by often. I stay at the Bellagio the most, but my favorite places to gamble (I don't play slot machines) is a place called O'Sheas in The Linq. It is a total party atmosphere with live bands, beer pong, bean bags, and tons of table games. I think there are close to 50 tables. I'm a sucker for 3 card, and can play there for 10 hours straight. McCarran international airport (LAS) is a nice place. Do NOT play slot machines there, as the odds are the worst of any place in Nevada. If you have an Amex Cent/Plat card, they have a Centurion lounge which has a full bar, and huge food selection, all for free. Do not take a Taxi if you don't have to. Taxi drivers in Vegas are notorious for taking "the long way home" and you will be taken advantage of. There is a huge amount of Lyft and Ubers in the city at all times of the day. DO NOT rent a car in vegas. Parking is expensive and driving is pure gridlock. Last but not least, if you have time, go to the "old strip" which is called Freemont Street. Old vegas is amazing, and there are a bunch of places that should be seen. You can go to the heart attack grill and get spanked for not eating your bacon cheeseburger with 50 strips of bacon, or you can go to the D Casino and have dealers in underwear. Street performers are everywhere, and it is just a good time. WATCH OUT FOR PICK POCKETERS! Food is expensive in Vegas. The days of "cheap buffets" are gone. A burgefries will set you back somewhere around $20 in the casinos, and the chain restaurants have heavily inflated prices. The best place to eat on the strip is the miracle mile mall that is attached to planet hollywood. A bunch of the restaurants in there offer amazing drink specials and very affordable food. I hope I covered some basics, but if you have any questions, feel free to ask, and I'll help you out the best I can.
I Recently Started Watching 100 Films From Every Decade Starting From 1950. Here's My List In Case It's Of Use To Anyone
As a film student I'm constantly coming across "must see films" which I haven't got around to watching yet, or I find myself in a situation where I get asked "how have you not seen [name of film]; don't you study film?". I've also always found it hard to retain the large amount of information and history that comes with film study. I decided the best way to ensure I better retained all of this information wasn't to continue what I was doing which was trying to take it in from lectures, books and other resources whilst watching films in a non-linear fashion; but to try and approximate, as best I could, a linear experience of film history. I decided the best way to approximate this linear-experience would probably be best achieved by watching 100 films from each decade. By doing so, I would be able to not only ensure to cross off a lot of films I've never seen before, but I would also be able to better remember the people, the history of film. Granted there a number of issues you could take with my list; and in no way to I claim this to ultimate list of films. For instance my list only starts in 1950 skipping the Silent Era and the Hollywood Golden Age. Secondly it's extremely English-language orientated, with a very significant majority being American; meaning a lot of very very important film movements from across the globe have been skipped entirely. There are obviously going to be more issues as well, and you might feel I've missed some very important films in the process of creating this list; however I've done my best to take 100 films from every decade from the 50s until now which will provide a great deal of context and hopefully be very entertaining and rewarding. I'm fairly certain this list will be beneficial to many, especially those who are just becoming interested in film and its history. It can be further distilled and shaped and used to create other lists, so have fun with it. Note: The list has a few a lot more international films from 00s on-wards as I used BBC's 100 films of the 21st Centuries List which can be accessed here if you haven't seen it: http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20160819-the-21st-centurys-100-greatest-films Now here's the list for you all. I hope it serves as a useful list and might be able to generate great discussion. 1950 Sunset Boulevard All About Eve Treasure Island In a Lonely Place Rashomon The Gunfighter The Asphalt Jungle 1951 The Thing The Steel Helmet A Streetcar Named Desire The Day the Earth Stood Still Strangers on a Train A Place In the Sun The African Queen An American In Paris 1952 Ikiru High Noon Singin’ in the Rain The Bad and the Beautiful The Greatest Show on Earth The Big Sky 5 Fingers 1953 The Wild One Stalag 17 Roman Holiday Julius Caesar Tokyo Story From Here to Eternity Shane 1954 The Caine Mutiny Sabrina Rear Window Dial M for Murder On the Waterfront A Star is Born Carmen Jones Seven Samurai Johnny Guitar Three Coins in the Fountain 1955 East of Eden The Seven Year Itch To Catch a Thief Artists and Models The Night of the Hunter Kiss Me Deadly The Man From Laramine Oklahoma! Bad Day at Black Rock Rifif The Man With the Golden Arm Blackboard Jungle Rebel Without a Cause Marty Guys and Dolls 1956 Invasion of the Body Snatchers The Killing The Man Who Knew Too Much The Searchers Forbidden Planet The Wrong Man Around the World in 80 Days The Ten Commandments Giant La Strada Picnic Baby Doll 1957 12 Angry Men Witness for the Prosecution The Incredible Shrinking Man Paths of Glory Peyton Place Mother India Funny Face Gunfight at the OK Central Sayonara A Face in the Crowd The Bridge on the River Kwai Sweet Smeel of Success Throne of Blood Jailhouse Rock Wild Strawberries 1958 Vertigo The Defiant Ones Horror of Dracula Gigi Cat on a Hot Tin Roof Touch of Evil Seperate Tables 1959 North by Northwest Anatomy of a Murder The Young Philadelphians Gidget Ben Hur Pillow Talk A Summer Place Hercules Some Came Running Rio Bravo Some Like it Hot On the Beach 1960 La Dolce Vita The Apartment Elmer Gantry Psycho Spartacus The Magnificent Seven The Time Machine Never on Sunday 1961 One, Two, Free The Misfits The Hustler Breakfast at Tiffany’s Two Women The Pit and the Pendulum Where the Boys Are West Side Story Splendor in the Grass 1962 Ride High Country Lonely Are the Brave What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? The Miracle Worker David and Lisa The Longest Day Lawrence of Arabia Lolita The Interns The Manchurian Candidate 1963 America America The Birds Beach Party Tom Jones The Victors The Great Escape Hud Cleopatra Days of Wine and Roses 1964 The Carpetbaggers A Hard Days Night Becket Goldfinger Dr. Strangelove The Pink Panther My Fair Lady Marry Poppins The Americanization of Emily Zorba Greek 1965 The Sound of Music Darling What’s New, Pussycat? The Pawnbroker Mickey One Doctor Zhivago 1966 The Russians Are Comming The Russians Are Comming Born Free Alfie A Man For All Seasons The Professionals Blow-Up Who’s Affraid of Virginia Woolf? A Man and a Woman The Wild Angels 1967 Barefoot in the Park In the Heat of the Night The Graduate You’re A Big Boy Now Cool Hand Luke The Trip Valley of the Dolls Bonnie and Clyde In Cold Blood The Dirty Dozen The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Planet of the Apes 2001: A Space Odessey Barbarella Wild In the Streets Petulia Rosemary’s Baby 1968 The Producers The Odd Couple Funny Girl Pretty Poison The Green Berets Belle De Joup Rachel, Rachel I Love You, Alice B. Toklas! Bullitt Romeo and Juliet The Killing of Sister George Midnight Cowboy True Grit The Wild Bunch 1969 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid The Shoot Horses, Don’t They Alice’s Restaurant Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice Medium Cool The Sterile Cuckoo Take the Money and Run Easy Rider 1970 The Molly Maguires Hi, Mom! The Ballad of Cable Hogue The Landlord Catch-22 Wanda Five Easy Pieces The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes Where’s Poppa? Little Big Man 1971 Vanishing Point Get Carter The Andromeda Strain The Beguiled Pretty Maids All in a Row Bananas Taking Off Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? Klute The Hired Hand The French Connection Carnal Knowledge Play Misty for Me A Clockwork Orange Harold and Maude Dirty Harry 1972 The Rolling Stones: Cocksucker Blues Silent Running Prime Cut Fat City Deliverance Junior Bonner Bad Company The King of Marvin Gardens Pulp The Getaway 1973 Steelyard Blues The Long Goodbye Scarecrow The Friends of Eddie Coyle Dillinger White Lightning Electra Glide in Blue Charley Varrick The Outfit Mean Streets Serpico The Last Detail Sleeper The Laughing Policeman The Exorcist 1974 Thieves Like Us Busting The Conversation Dirty Mary Crazy Larry Thunderbolt and Lightfoot The Swinging Cheerleaders The Parallax View The Dion Brothers The Terminal Man Chinatown California Split Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia 11 Harrowhouse The Texas Chain Saw Massacre The Taking of Pelham One Two Three The Yakuza 1975 Welfare Smile The Passenger The Day of the Locust Race with the Devil Night Moves The Drowning Pool Dog Day Afternoon Hard Times Milestones One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest 1976 Taxi Driver The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea The Missouri Breaks The Fron Marathon Man Assault on Precinct 13 Bound for Glory 1977 The Late Show Annie Hall Rolling Thunder Looking for Mr. Goodbar 1978 Blue Collar Fingers Straight Time Martin The Driver Who’ll Stop the Rain 1979 The Warriors Alien Apocalypse Now Wise Blood Being There 1980 Airplane! 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Driving Miss Daisy(Pollard Theatre - Guthrie) Thru Sat, Sep 7th Alfred Uhry's Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Driving Miss Daisy" kicks off Pollard Theatre's 33rd season.…
Hicks and Booneshine(Noir Bistro & Bar - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Nov 25th Live talk show with Spencer Hicks and Kristy Boone.…
Wednesday, Aug 28th
🍴 Anthem Drown Night!(HiLo Club - Oklahoma City) Our local friends at Anthem Brewing Co. have some great beers! Every Wednesday night from 9pm to close enjoy $8 Drown Night! Their Power Pils will be flowing!
Art Moves At Mary Eddy's: Rachel Lynch(21C Museum Hotel - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 12:00pm
The Book of Will(Paseo - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Aug 31st Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga(Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 5:45pm Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
😂 Dan Chopin(Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
🍴 Dope Poetry Night(ICE Event Center - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 7:30pm Every Wednesday night at the Ice Event Center Sports Bar and Grill located at the heart of Oklahoma City! Sign ups begin at 7pm and show begins at 7:30pmish. Free Admission! Free vendor set up! Bar Restaurant
🎓 JobNewsUSA.com Oklahoma City Job Fair(Embassy Suites - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am ATTN: Job Seekers! Hundreds of Jobs are up for grabs at the Oklahoma City Job Fair on August 28th! This is your opportunity to meet one-on-one with recruiters and hiring managers from some of the area’s best businesses who are now hiring for immediate openings - Featuring high-paying jobs in the Energy & Transportation industries. Whether…
🎓 Paddlesports Retailer(Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Paddlesports Retailer is the only place where you can see a curated mix of brands that specifically serve paddlesports retailers. In 2018 more than 140 exhibitors brought over 250+ brands to the show, and the numbers expand each year as more relevant products are introduced and incorporated. New for 2019: more brands representing fishing…
SINGO Wednesdays(Lower Bricktown - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:30pm Beat the midweek hump with the new bar game that everyone is talking about! SINGO is a new and exciting musical spin on the traditional game of Bingo. Instead of listening for a number, players are listening to their favorite music. Enjoy 1/2 price domestic drafts & discounted appetizers! Plus we will be giving prizes each night to the winners.…
🎨 Summer Signature Tour(Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Thru Fri, Aug 30th Start Time: 1:00pm
🏃 Tai Chi and SAIL Classes Stay Active & Independent for Life: Wednesdays and Fridays(Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm Come join us for these free exercise programs. Tai Chi class is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. SAIL (STAYING ACTIVE AND INDEPENDENT FOR LIFE) Sail is a fitness program for older adults, which can be done sitting or standing. Performing exercise that improves strength, balance and fitness is critical for…
Western Movie Matinees(Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 1:00pm Western Movie Matinee Dub & Mozelle Richardson Theater 1:00 p.m. Join us for these curated selections made possible with support from anonymous film fans. Popcorn provided. Free admission on Wide Open Wednesdays courtesy of the Oklahoma Ford Dealers. ¡Paseo! (Ride!): Caballeros, Vaqueros and Gauchos in American Films In an effort to explore…
🎓 Audition Workshop-Xanadu Jr(Edmond Fine Arts - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm
The Big News/Brujo/Schat and The Skeleton Trees(The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm @[794948847233674:274:The Big News], @[356601404795351:274:Brujo], and @[1083827991766271:274:Schat and The Skeleton Trees] play The Deli! Show at 10pm, 21+, More info TBA
The Book of Will(Paseo - Oklahoma City) Thru Sat, Aug 31st Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
😂 Dan Chopin(Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
🎓 Paddlesports Retailer(Cox Convention Center - Oklahoma City) Day 2 of 2 Paddlesports Retailer is the only place where you can see a curated mix of brands that specifically serve paddlesports retailers. In 2018 more than 140 exhibitors brought over 250+ brands to the show, and the numbers expand each year as more relevant products are introduced and incorporated. New for 2019: more brands representing fishing…
🎨 Summer Signature Tour(Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Start Time: 1:00pm
♪ The Wise Guys(University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm
Friday, Aug 30th
Bariatric Surgery(Mabel C. Fry Public Library - Yukon) Start Time: 10:00pm Bariatric surgery is becoming a popular alternative for those who are struggling with health issues. Join us to learn more about the risks and benefits of the bariatric procedure. You will learn about insurance options, recovery time, expectations and what bariatric vitamins are required after the procedure. Free to attend for both patients…
The Book of Will(Paseo - Oklahoma City) 1 day left Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
😂 Dan Chopin(Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) Thru Sun, Sep 1st
🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes(Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Sep 2nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…
🎓 Getting Started in Windows 10(Guthrie Library - Guthrie) Start Time: 9:30am In this 2-hour session, you will discover how to Log in, navigate the Windows 10 interface, find existing Apps, and your first App. Then you will explore the Solitaire, Weather and Calendar Apps on your Windows 10 device.To attend, contact Meridian Tech at 405-377-3333, there is a $15 fee for attending this session. @[139181842792560:274:The…
♪ Greg Jacobs(The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
🎡 Groovement w/ Rousey(The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 10:00pm @[570217156407767:274:Tikkun Olam Productions] presents: @[99588770974:274:Groovement] returns to @[112865642083516:274:The Deli], Norman OK Friday, August 30 Local support from Rousey $10 adv/ $12 DOS Pre-sale tickets available at: https://www.ticketstorm.com/event/groovement/thedeli/norman/23104/ Groovement, a lively, six man funk-rock group…
Jared Lesh Truck and Trailer Sorting(Lazy E Arena - Guthrie) Three trucks, two trailers, two saddles, and a golf cart! All in ONE weekend JL Truck & Trailer series finals!
Kansas in Concert(Riverwind Casino - Norman) Start Time: 8:00pm Grab your friends and head to Riverwind Casino in Norman for a night with legendary rock band Kansas. For over four decades,…
🍴 Kyle Reid & Johnny Carlton : Friday Happy Hour(The Deli - Norman) Start Time: 7:00pm Another fantastic Friday Happy Hour show at The Deli! Join us for the low swingin' jazz and big band sounds of Kyle Reid and Johnny Carlton. No Cover and non-smoking. 7-9pm. 21+
🎨 Mike Wallace Is Here(Oklahoma City Museum of Art - Oklahoma City) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 5:30pm “As riveting as it is topical, 'Mike Wallace Is Here' offers an unflinching look at the legendary reporter, who interrogated the 20th century’s most formidable figures. During his 50 years on the air, Wallace’s aggressive reporting style and showmanship has redefined what America has come to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of…
♪ Quinton Castleberry(Red Brick Bar - Norman) Start Time: 7:30pm NO COVER!! Quinton Castleberry , Norman OK SingeSongwriter 21 To Enter, ID Required
Red Jumpsuit Apparatus in Concert(89th Street Collective - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 6:00pm Relive classic emo, alt-rock tunes like "Face Down" and "Your Guardian Angel" as the Red Jumpsuit…
🎓 Summer Daze 2.0 Back to School Party(Opolis Prod - Norman) Start Time: 6:00pm
🎨 Summer Signature Tour(Western Heritage Museum - Oklahoma City) Last Day Start Time: 1:00pm
Sundowners Support Group(Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00pm Sundowners Support Group offers support for those that are caring for someone in their life who is experience Sundowners Syndrome, dementia, Alzheimer's or other age related cognitive issues.
🏃 Tai Chi and SAIL Classes Stay Active & Independent for Life: Wednesdays and Fridays(Edmond Senior Center - Edmond) Start Time: 1:30pm Come join us for these free exercise programs. Tai Chi class is one of the most effective exercises for the health of mind and body. SAIL (STAYING ACTIVE AND INDEPENDENT FOR LIFE) Sail is a fitness program for older adults, which can be done sitting or standing. Performing exercise that improves strength, balance and fitness is critical for…
♪ Wild Heart(Arcadia Round Barn - Arcadia) Start Time: 1:00pm Join us for an afternoon of live music and fun!
Saturday, Aug 31st
10 Year Anniversary Show(The Blue Door - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00pm
The Book of Will(Paseo - Oklahoma City) Last Day Visit Oklahoma City's Paseo District as Shakespeare on the Paseo presents: The Book of Will. This play, which will…
🎓 Botanical Balance FREE Yoga(Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 8:00am Botanical Balance FREE YOGA presented by Fowler Toyota, sponsored by Tinker Federal Credit Union and Stephenson Cancer Center Tuesdays, 5:45 pm and Saturdays, 8 am Check in at the Visitor Center and find out location which changes depending on the season Instructors provided by This Land Yoga Bring a mat, water, and an “open mind”…
😂 Dan Chopin(Loony Bin Comedy Club - Oklahoma City) 1 day left
🏆 Oklahoma City Dodgers vs. New Orleans Baby Cakes(Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark - Oklahoma City) Thru Mon, Sep 2nd Start Time: 7:05pm Come experience America's favorite pastime in downtown Oklahoma City as the Oklahoma City Dodgers take on the New…
Fall Gardening(Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Saturday, August 31, 10am The Garden Classroom Member $9; Nonmember $14 Larry Hocking, Berry Creek Farms Register by Thursday, August 29 REGISTER HERE Learn how to grow cool-season vegetables in your own backyard. This class will emphasize design and preparation, planting and maintenance strategies, as well as harvesting. Tickets:…
Gardens Monthly Walking Tour(Myriad Botanical Gardens - Oklahoma City) Start Time: 10:00am Guided Walking Tour Last Saturday of Every Month, 10-11am Garden Grounds FREE Expand your knowledge of Oklahoma plants and find inspiration for your own garden with our educational walking tours. Each month will feature different plants from our outdoor collection that make great choices for our region – from year-round color to…
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🎡 Learn to Curl with the Oklahoma Curling Club(Arctic Edge Ice Arena - Edmond) Start Time: 5:00pm Our LTC's are a 2 hour class where we teach you how to deliver the stone, sweep, score and then play 1-2 full ends so you can see what it's like to play an actual game. Reserve your place today! Just click the square link, choose your preferred date and pay the $25 fee per person. Space is limited. You are only guaranteed your place with…
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♪ Miss Brown To You: Mary Reynolds & Louise Goldberg(University of Central Oklahoma - Edmond) Start Time: 8:00pm A folk ballad from the misty hills of Kentucky. A sophisticated jazz standard, heard through a New York doorway. Steamy blues from New Orleans, circa 1920. A swinging two step at the dance hall, where Bob Wills is on the stand. A samba igniting the hills of Rio de Janeiro. Colorful original songs. These musicians perform with passion and…
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Going to Vegas in July - I've been doing my research so hope this can help others.
I'm going in July and have done some research. Plenty of this is from the sidebar, but other notes are from many of other sources. The Vegas Degenerate Tour ( . ) ( . ) Things to do:
Bellagio Fountains (free)
Mirage Volcano Show (free)
The lounge at the top of the Mandarin Oriental - Super Classy with amazing night time views, sexy patrons and great cocktails
Wet Republic - Rent cabana 2 months in advance
Las Vegas Helicopter Night Flight with VIP Transportation £65pp
Grand Canyon Skywalk - Apparently Expensive and not that good - you have to take a bus to get there and it is $30 each. Go to Grand Canyon south instead.
The Strip Gun Club Range
Sapphires pool party - strippers pool party!!!
Fremont Street Experience at night.
Container Park, which is a few blocks east of the Freemont St. Experience, a 2 foot recycled steel praying mantis (acquired from Burning Man) spits giant fireballs to the beat of music A LOT. Lots of half naked men and women. LOTS (free)
Ghost Bar at the Palms has amazing views. Check Groupon for deals. Happy hour 8-10pm
Stratosphere bar at the top. Happy hour 2 hours after open
High Roller observation wheel. Get a car with the open bar.
Monte Carlo minus 5 Ice bar. Everything is made out of ice! Bar, glasses, seating - everything
RiRa Irish bar with live music and good Guinness after 9pm
The Foundation Room at Mandalay Bay, live music and amazing strip views
Strip clubs: Spearmint Rhino, Hustler Club and Crazy Horse--those are our top 3 Rhino and Horse are high end and classy
Top Golf location, just behind MGM. 5 levels of golf driving range, mixed with music, food and drinks. There are also 2 pools, free to use.#
Dig This drive diggers and bulldozers.
Spa in the ARIA is amazing with good treatments.
Alibi show http://alibitheshow.com/ This experience throws the audience into an exciting adventure around the streets, restaurants, bars and other real-life locations on the Las Vegas Strip.
There is so much free stuff going on up and down the strip though that you can just do all the free stuff and not spend a dime. From street dancers, people singing, or pictures with a grown dude wearing a diaper.
Eclipse cinemas downtown for an over 21s only luxury cinema experience with cocktails and good food.
Have the clubs pick you up in their limos because all the cab/ubelyft/limo drivers get a kick back on anyone they drop off to the clubs and same with the VIP card guys! So if you don't use the free limo ... THE CLUB HAS TO CHARGE YOU A COVER!!! If you use the clubs FREE limo service they can sometimes wave that cover charge!! (that's like $20 a person!)
Check for Groupon deals.
Make sure you all download the Uber and Lyft app. Both offer new user signup credits. Free rides.
A $400 Pre-Authorisation charge for resort fees and ‘amenities’ was taken as expected upon check in. I would recommend UK visitors to take a Cash Passport MasterCard (available in Thomas Cook and other travel agents)
é by Jose Andres inside Jaleo inside Cosmo. Only 8 seats, reservations by email only ([email protected]) starting 3 months prior to the res date, 23 courses. $190/person(?) without alcohol pairing
Raku in Chinatown does amazing 8/12 course tastings for $70/100 a person
The tasting, or "seasonal discover menu" at L'Atelier is up to $165 per person
Eiffel Tower restaurant is a Must for dinner!!!!!!!! Fantastic view of the strip
Good steakhouses serve food at the restaurant bar and the bartender has seen some shit. So much more fun for a party up to three and the service is over the top.
Delmonico's in Venetian at the bar. The cocktails and food were amazing.
Mushashi's dirty show (Japanese steak with a naughty show for the girls.) Midnight to 4am happy hour.
Secret Pizza. A secret pizza place. Needs research! Inside the Cosmopolitan
Bachi Burger – also to reunite with a previous memory. I still think this is one of the top 3 burgers I’ve ever had. The oxtail chili cheese fries are recommended by others to be a “must”, but I personally prefer the truffle fries.
Monta Ramen – I’m a huge ramen fan and I understood this was the –best- ramen place in Vegas.
Sweets Raku – in the same complex as Monta Ramen. They have some neat desserts that they make right in front of you, lovely experience.
Wicked Spoon Buffet at the Cosmo. Everything was really good and the deserts were awesome.
Brunch @ Bacchanal Buffet, Caesar’s Palace – This was awesome! We had the groupon deal and it was impressively cheap. Midway through our meal they switched to their lunch menu so we got the best of both worlds there.
Gordon Ramsey’s Burgr – onion rings were incredible. The burger was pretty good as well.
Earl of Sandwich - I could seriously eat these every day.
Studio B Buffet @ M Resort
The "Heart Attack Grill" lets you eat free if you weigh over 350 pounds.
Marriage Can Be Murder - This is a dinner / theater / murder mystery / whodunit show at the D downtown. Includes tasty food, extreme audience participation and likely embarrassment. You may be called upon to dance, or play a character in the murder mystery. Comes with tasty food, cocktails available.
For dinner, I highly recommend BLT Steak House in Ballys Hotel and Red8 in The Wynn - if you are a food lover, BLT’s is particularly worth the extra!
Sex/Swingers Clubs (Or; no, you filthy pervert - what's wrong with you?)
So I wanted to post this not for anything other than for more information for those who come to this sub here for exactly that. Some of this may be repetitive but it can’t hurt to have additional opinions. Hotels: To clarify, I have always been comp’d rooms due to my play, so I can’t speak specifically to prices, just to what I see. -Rio: Stayed here. It was huge. Off the strip so was a bit inconvenient but affordable, and now with ubelyft, it may not be a bad option. They have a Seafood buffet which is solid, but wouldn't say "top notch." One very cool thing for poker players, is if you go in the summer, from about May to end of July, you are bound to see some of the top poker players in the world, as the WSOP is there. -Paris: Stayed here. Hotel is nice. That’s really the best word to describe it, because the rooms are average, clean, pretty standard size. Casino is pretty spacious, cool theme obviously. Always seems like day time even in the late hours of the night. Pizza place there was not great. Buffet there is decent. A lot of different than most others, as they make fresh Crepes and have a French theme, again, obviously. -Casesars: Stayed here. This is THE largest hotel in Vegas. I believe the Bellagio and like 2 other casinos can fit (square foot wise) inside in this hotel. Mainly because of how large the shops are. The rooms are very nice. Fairly standard for the most part, can’t hurt to ask for an upgrade here. It is a very busy hotel/casino, but is so spread out. Sports book is enormous! If sports are your thing, go here to hang. Sit at the bar right there and play some video poker even. They have a decent café/ eatery area for like quick food, which includes your standard Chinese food, burger place, pizza place, etc. HIGHLY RECOMMEND – Searsucker Restaurant. I believe 430-6 is their happy hour. My fiancé and I went there and we ate very well with an app, and drinks and was like 50 bucks. Get duck fat fries! -Linq: Stayed here. Probably my favorite place to stay, in many ways. This won’t be the most luxurious place, however the rooms are “different and modern. The hotel is smaller, the casino is smaller but it’s really not a big deal. Just like Caesars and Bellagio, this is pretty much the center of the strip and in the center of it all. Behind the linq is the “High Roller” wheel ride. Leading to the ride, is a walkway and alley of shops and places to eat and drink. All are very good. Highly suggest Flour and Barley for good pizza and beer. Pizza Is brick oven, and suggest the homemade pesto. The beer selection is pretty stellar, for those beer drinkers who like to experience. For the crowd that likes to gamble and party at the same time, O’sheas bar is IN the casino but also leads to the strip. This place is open 24 hours, and has all gambling games inside it (except for slots, although there may be one BIG slot in there). They also have beer pong tables that they provide you with all the stuff. Again, this is highly recommended place to stay, so you aren’t stuck on the end of strip. -Venetian: Stayed Here. I lied above when I said I never paid for hotels. Staying here I went on Travelocity and got a deal for 5 nights and flight for like $900? I stayed alone because I was traveling for my sister’s wedding. This place is pretty phenomenal. All rooms are suites, technically. Very nice, very big. The Venetian and Pallazo are basically the same place. The rooms are identical and the casino is fairly similar as well. Ate at CUT Steakhouse which was VERY good, clearly very pricy however. All other hotels, I have not stayed at, yet. I don’t think you could go wrong with a hotel, however I would avoid Excalibur, Circus Circus and the Flamingo. Shows: -Criss Angel: Avoid altogether. Show was overpriced and his act is old. -Penn & Teller: I enjoyed this show. This is at the Rio however, so will need to travel there since you can’t walk there. Show was funny, action packed and of course magical. -Mat Franco: Good show. Very personal audience as it doesn’t seat many people. It’s got a feel good vibe to it. -Mac King (Magic): for what you pay, it’s a good show. It won’t break the bank, and there are afternoon shows which is a great way to beat the heat and relax and enjoy some magic and slapstick comedy. He won’t wow you but definitely make you scratch your head. -Mariah Carey: Now this was a 30th birthday present for my fiancé and I got great seats. It turned out that we sat right next to her kids, so she came to visit that area frequently which was very cool. She really is a great performer, and as a guy, the show was pretty good. She does a lot of costume changes, and sings a lot of older songs. I have heard from others that the show is good, and is MUCH better than Celine, for what it’s worth. -Absinthe: This is an absolute MUST SEE. Saw this and it is really hard to describe this show in all honesty. It is a mixture of acrobatics, talents (i.e. juggling, etc.), Raunchy comedy, and just a really good time. Don't see this with parents. This is really a great show, and they change it all the time. i saw this show and explained a few acts to my friend, and he said that is not what he saw, so it really keeps the show electric since the actors/perfomrers are really into new stuff. Food: -Hash House (Linq): food was good. Expensive but its shareable. Chicken and waffles are good -Bellagio Café: I like this place for a good breakfast. It’s little pricy, but not too bad honestly. It’s our favorite breakfast spot so far. -Guy Fieri’s (Linq): Pretty decent spot. Price is pretty good. One of the best burgers I’ve had. Good brisket nachos too -Caesars Buffet: Best buffet in my opinion. Great selection, food that is supposed to be hot, is hot. -Bellagio Buffet: Terrible. Waited forever, was SO expensive. Food was not good honestly. -Paris buffet: It’s okay. Price is Okay. Seriously is just Okay. -General comment of casino restaurants: Do your research before going. Check out the menu. Don’t go to one of these places thinking you’re going to get an app, 2 dinners and drinks for under 100 bucks in most cases. The steakhouses in Vegas are some of the best in the country. A tip for saving a few dollars, is don’t eat normal meal times. Eat a later breakfast, eat an earlier dinner. Lunch may not happen, OR eat snacks. You can easily go to walgreens and get a 5 dollar sandwich. Bruxie: saw a suggestion for this place and they said $5 waffle wednesdays. Yes it's true. they always have a chicken and waffle special for $5 on wednesday. they made us show them the facebook promo or something but wasnt difficult. could probably just open the website on your phone. I really liked the food. i thought the chicken was really good and honestly, for five bucks, quite a steal. Jaburritos: this was right in the alley of the linq. was okay. a bit pricey for "fast food" type, but i didnt mind it. interesting concept in my opinion. was more of a whim visit. Gambling: -All casinos will have fairly expensive table minimums. Expensive meaning, you have to search for 5 dollar blackjack and Craps. Mostly going to be $10 or $15. Slot play is comparable all over. Bellagio has a lot of slots, but you can say the same about Caesars and MGM, etc. Other: -Mob Museum: very cool experience. I recommend it. You can take the Deuce (bus) there, and then walk right to Fremont after. -Pawn Stars: If you are a super fan of the show, then go. Otherwise just avoid. Very small, you won’t see one of the stars of the show, everything is super expensive. -Fremont: Fun to go to, especially to see history. I don’t recommend eating anywhere here lol. My fiancé did the zip line, she enjoyed it. -New York New York: I am putting this here, because this place fascinates me. The area that looks like NY streets and such for the shops, is just pretty cool to me. Nathans here is good. I have gone with my father and my future father in law, and they both agree it is very similar to old time Nathans. I have really mashed up a lot of visits to Vegas here, and definitely leaving out tips and tricks im sure. Let me know if I can answer anything else! Win BIG! Exotics Racing: Gave my fiance this for her birthday last year. i bought her 5 laps in whatever car she wanted. she chose the Audi R8. She LOVED IT. they were very careful with all buyers, and even offered drifting laps to folks just there to watch. They have a pro drifter from fast in the furious (when i was there at least) that would drift for a few laps. it was a sight to watch. Its a bit pricey, but they run specials here and there. If you are looking to splurge and like cars, then this is for you.
Like I mentioned in other posts, I began working on a retelling of JW three years ago and at the current state, it's around 500 pages long. According to my estimations, it will be finished this summer, the french version at least (I don't think I'm bad in English so the writing of an english version is not impossible for me, it will be quite a big undertaking however and help might be needed). I've shared a link on this subreddit months ago (topic : https://www.reddit.com/JurassicPark/comments/8ftjqo/a_link_to_the_first_two_thirds_of_my_novelform_jw/), where the first two acts of the story are featured (the first half of the third one have been completed on the meanwhile). Near the end of this month, I will put another link for the updated version of Act I, II and a big chunk of Act III (up to Chapter XV) Here's are the main changes from the movie and some of its features : - Increased length, more akin to an epic movie (https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/EpicMovie) than your average summer blockbuster. - A more adult and darker tone, similar to Crichton novels or HBO's Westworld. While most of Act I is quite kid friendly with the park's visit and the characters introduction, the same can't be said for the latter parts of Act II and Act III in its entirety, espacially for some scenes of the latter due to their harsh nature. - More accurate animals even though if the species introduced in the previous installments keep their appearence while the concept of different versions is discussed in one of the scenes. - A larger cast and bestiary. - A different esthetic for the park. While the most remote parts of it have a safari feel akin to what can be seen in Universal's Parks or Jurassic Park itself, the main hub is a ancient-looking city called Burroughs and whose architecture have heavy precolombian and Spanish revival style inspirations. - Although it is mostly based on JW, it also includes some elements from Fallen Kingdom. - A 3 Acts structure like I mentioned earlier, with a prologue set at the beginning of the construction of JW in the early 2000's and an epilogue heavily inspired by one of the original novel scenes. Here's the list of the chapters : PROLOGUE : THE END OF A REIGN ACT I : JOHN HAMMOND'S LEGACY
Chapter I : A Long Expected Journey
Chapter II : The Eight Wonder of the World
Chapter III : Panem Et Circenses
Chapter IV : Sunset O'er Isla Nublar
Chapter V : The Merry Iguanodon
Chapter VI : A Dragon's awakening
ACT II : THE SHADOW OF NUBLAR
Chapter VII : The Calm before the Storm
Chapter VIII : From bad to worse
Chapter IX : On the tracks
Chapter X : A Feast for Vultures
Chapter XI : The Ride of the Pegasus
ACT III : THE FALLEN KINGDOM
Chapter XII : Storm over Burroughs
Chapter XIII : The Board
Chapter XIV : The Haunted Mountain
Chapter XV : The Time of Wolves
Chapter XVI : The Twilight of the Gods
Chapter XVII : A Clash of Queens
Chapter XVIII : Nothing will be forgotten
EPILOGUE I wrote on one of the answers of another post that I will post on this subreddit summaries of the finished chapters. Today, I will publish the ones of the Prologue and Act I's chapters. The next ones should come later this month or in the next one. But before reading them, I think it's better to have a look on this list of the characters I created for this story, to know who is who because some of them are mentioned in the summaries. InGenJurassic World employees Regina Powers, public relations director. Jonas, head zookeeper and curator of the large theropods. Lambert Ross, manager of the Merry Iguanodon. Neil Harrimann, control room technician. Ivan Preston, Wu’s most trusted genetician. InGen Security (the slayers) Gregor Sherman, leader of the slayers. Damian Parker, the youngest of the slayers. Olivia Decker, Sherman's right hand woman. Paco Cortès, a Tun-Si. Nolan Olsen Reynald Faraci Kevin Leng Board of directors Susan Lynton, vice president. Alistair Iger, public relations director and spokesman of InGen. Dominick Silverman, chief financial officer. Grey GuardNublar's garrison Gilbert Brunet, a french ex-mercenary who became a lieutenant in the Grey Guard. Nataliya Darbinian, the russian warrant officer of Brunet’s platoon. Leif Drekanson, a norwegian sergeant in Brunet’s platoon. Erin Laurence, an australian lieutenant. Duncan Glenmore, a scottish lieutenant. Patience Bellamy, an american sergeant in Brunet’s platoon. Julio Velasquez, a costarican recruit. Tamara Durant, an american recruit. Mei Tian, a chinese recruit. Gareth Turner, an english recruit. Ben Rahim, an egyptian recruit. Vincent Chapuy, a french corporal. Percy Baker, a jamaican corporal. Five Death's garrisons Niall Forrester, a canadian private. Selma Forrester, a canadian private. Zhuge Yu, a chinese lieutenant. Others Cassandra Landis, journalist. Prologue : The End of a Reign After an opening scroll describing what happened after the San Diego incident and explaining the reasons behind the construction of Jurassic World, the story opens in some misty tropical rainforest and we witness a boa constrictor being preyed upon by an harpy eagle. The bird brings its prey at the top of a large tree and begins to eat but suddenly, a helicopter emerges from the mist, flying very close to the canopy. Said helicopter is actually searching somekind of large creature in the jungle. When the shooter onboard spots its, he informs a ground team about this. On the ground, a small group of vehicles (the same thant the one used by the hunters in TLW) drives quickly. From a cage which top one of the vehicles, Hoskins lead the operation. He orders his men to stop in a small meadow and to wait for the target which is coming in their direction. As their target, a very large animal, emerges from the jungle, he orders the activation of a ultrasound-producing box. As the animal is bothered by the ultrasound and flees, Hoskins get a glimpse of it while its tails brush past the top of the cage, their target is non other than an adult T.rex. Hoskins order his men to follow the dinosaur and to force him to head in a certain direction. A jeep gets too close to the jaws of the T.rex and angered, the animal rams the vehicle with his head and the jeep barely escape the attack but doing so, it rolls on a big root and crashes. Inside the helicopter, the hunter put darts in his rifle and aims at the T.rex as it is heading towards a field. He misses his shot the first time but as the dinosaur is now in the open, he has a clearer view and this time he succesfully manage to tranquilise the animal which roars. The vehicles exit the jungle and circles the dinosaur, preventing it to go back into the jungle and the hunters wait for the tranquilizer to act. The body of the dinosaur is then put into a large truck by a flying crane. The vehicles used in the hunt are parked next to the truck and the hunters are relaxing while a documentalist is filming them and the tranquilised T.rex. Hoskins congratulates his men for the successful capture. They leave the area, escorting the transport truck, while passing next to decaying electrical fences and driving on one of Jurassic Park’s roads, now partially covered by grass. The Convoy enter the Embrace, a large U-shaped Valley (where the Gallimimus Stampede was witnessed by Grant and the kids in JP), heading towards a tunnel dug in the mountains. They enter and the vehicle emerges in a forested area but as one part of the road was taken away by a landslide, the convoy leave the road and exit the forest. As they are crossing a hilly zone, the documentalist takes her camera to photograph the skeleton of a brachiosaur as the convoy drive past it. Another skeleton is half-sunked in a waterhole and the convoy head towards the south-east, driving past cliffs overlooking a river called the Cartago. A few minutes later, they arrives at a bridge spanning the Rio Iris gorge and pass a portal guarded by armed men. As they are heading towards their destination, they see workers building some construction at the top of a rocky spur. The convoy descends into a valley and arrives in a construction site extending over dozens of hectares where workers and cranes are being busy around the skeleton of large buildings or digging a giant mine-looking hole in the middle of the site. The vehicles split up and the transport truck heads towards a complex delimited by giants walls. While Hoskins is talking with a cheerful Masrani at the other end of the telephonic line, the T.rex is being put in a quarantine paddock connected to its future paddock, still under construction. Nothing seems to threaten Jurassic World's construction. Night fall and work stop for the day. On a ridge north of the Rio Iris, a female proceratosaurus is watching the camp. She then journeys accross the island back to the lair of her clan, located in the decaying jurassic park visitor center. Among the labs, several nests were built and next to one of them, the mate of the proceraotsaure awaits and together, they watch the first eggs of their clutch hatch. Chapter I : A Long Expected Journey The chapter starts with Zach and Gray arrival in Costa Rica on the 23rd December 2017. They board into a bus at Juan Santamarià Airport in San José, travel to the Pacific Coast and stops at Caldera, a port near Puntarenas, where they enter into a ferry terminal owned by Ogen Cruiselines, one of Masrani’s Global subsidiaries. There, the two brothers board into the largest ship of the company’s fleet, a 200 m+ ferry named The Avalon. When it leaves the harbour, it’s around midnight and the journey to Nublar taking between six and seven hours, the boys spend the night in their cabin. They awoke the following morning before dawn. As Gray is walking the Avalon’s promenade deck, the ship enters into a thick veil of mist and passes near huge tower-like rock formations. As passengers are gathering on the bow, Isla Nublar slowly appears. The Avalon follow the southern coast of the island northward, heading to the Ferry Terminals, between the coast and a mountain. The passengers disembarks and inside said building, they take a metro that drives them through the mountain overlooking the terminal. They exit the cave and stumble into a narrow pass between the mountain’s spurs. At the end of the pass, their way is blocked by a massive wall that looks straight out of King Kong in their eyes, with a huge gate at its center, flanked by two massive tyrannosaur heads sculpts. A recorded voice, provided in-universe by one certain famous sci-fi actress, greets the newly arrived guests as an orchestral music with choirs plays. The gate finally opens, letting the visitors enter into the park. Behind the gate is Hammond’s Plaza, whose name is drawn from the statue of John Hammond that stands at its center. While Zach meets Zara, Gray goes to the panoramic viewpoint at the end of the plaza, overlooking Burroughs and the 25 hectares lagoon around which the city was built but also giving a view on a large part of the island, including the Cartago Valley, the Misty Monts and, at the northern end of the island, Mont Sibo. Chapter II : The Eighth Wonder of the World After they drop their luggage at their aunt’s house, the boys are bringed by to the Eastern Boardwalk. Since they have to met Claire in the volcano-shaped Discovery Center, they must take said boardwalk and Richard Owen Avenue, both featuring quite a number of shops and restaurants. As they walk in the busy avenue, the crowd in front of them make way to somekind of old-fashioned tramway but instead of being drawn by horses like in Disneyland, they are by mantellisaurs. Stepping out of the mantellisaurs and carriage’s way, they proceed and reach the Obelisk Plaza, cross it and reach the stairs leading to the bronze gates of the Discovery Center, guarded by two life-size giraffatitans stone statues. Entering the building, they head to the spacious rotunda, which main feature is a huge squatch field sized model of Isla Nublar. Claire arrives, chatting with two of her colleagues about the press conference scheduled for the same morning and complaining about a certain Henry. Once the conversation is done, she greets her nephews and talks briefly with them, telling them that since she will be busy all day, she is the park director after all, Zara will watch over them. Following Claire’s advices, the brothers begins their tour by the zoo. They visit the Children’s Zoo, encountering and feeding with a special kind of granule avimimi, kunbarassaurs, hypsilophodonts and the juveniles of the largers herbivores that populate other attractions, including young ceratopsians which children can ride like shetland ponies ; have a glimpse of a presentation show where a zookeeper feeds a dimorphodon with mice ; passes next to the pachyrhinosaurs enclosure and walks after straight ahead to the Tyrannosaur’s Kingdom. As Gray watch the T.rex feeding, he notices that Zach is texting and Zara is on her phone, seeming to not pay attention the superpredator that is in front of their eyes, underlining the idea that watching live prehistoric creatures have became an experience not too dissimlar from watching a movie in 3D or riding a rollercoaster. This serves as a good transition to the beginning of the next chapter. Chapter III : Panem Et Circenses We come back to Claire as she is in the middle of the press conference that was mentioned earlier, It’s purpose is to discuss about the future of Jurassic World, including the development of its franchise (two others parks are planned to be built in Mediterranea and Southern China) and the direction that the Isla Nublar park will take. She mentions the phenomena of the normalization of cloned prehistoric animals in modern society, explaining that millions of people have seen them live at least once in their lifetime since the opening of Jurassic World, they are all over the internet, and InGen is selling animals to zoos and aquarias worldwide. That brings her to pretend that they need something very unique for their next new attraction, a man-made dinosaur species : The Indominus rex. In a short video, the attraction name is revealed : The I.rex Colosseum, scheduled to open in July 2018. Claire turns to Wu and he answers some of the journalists questions before playing an explanatory video featuring Mr DNA and himself in which they delivers a vulgarization of the process that aims to create entirely new species from scratch. The conference proceeds and ends around 11 a.m. Leaving the Discovery Center like all the attendants to the conference, Claire brings along with her the envoys of a potential sponsor and they drive out of Burroughs, passing near the Administration building, sitting on the top of a rocky spur like a fortress or a monastery, before entering into a canyon that leads to an helipad at the base of a tall waterfall, the same one that was used in the time of Jurassic Park. Claire and the envoys waits there for the helicopter that will take them to the Colosseum and it lands shortly after. They notice that Simon Masrani is flying the aircraft, he greets them and Claire, surprised by his unexpected visit. They take off and the helicopter then heads north-east first, flying over apatosaurs and corythosaurs drinking in the Rio Iris gorges as one of the Jungle Cruise boats floating down the river and later, in the middle of the Cartago river, a group of baryonyx feasting on the arapaimas that zookeepers on the upper deck of one of the boats are feeding to them. They then bypass the Cartago Aviary, the largest in the whole world, encompassing over twenty hectares and being 200 meters tall at the top of its geodesic dome, and housing several pterosaurs species like geosternbergia, rhamphorhynchus and tupandactylus in a spectacular lush gorge and waterfalls environment. After a passage near the northern summit of the Misty Monts, the helicopter turns west, fly over a group of therizinosaurs, and enters the Embrace (a.k.a Kaaawa Valley for those familiar with the saga’s filming locations) where they see some safari trucks and herds of several dinosaurs, including dryosaurs, gallimimi, triceratops, parasaurolophuses and two mamenchisaurs near which the envoys sees a small group of riders wearing dark green-grey uniforms and watching over the dinosaurs and groups of tourists in the trucks. Masrani turns north and flies over one of the mountainous range encompassing the valley, heading first towards Mount Sibo. As they behold the desolate landscape at the volcano’s foot, one of the envoy ask Claire if they fear the effects of an eruption. She reassure them by saying they have taken every precaution recommended by the consulted volcanologists (i.e digging trenches to prevent fluid lava flows from reaching key installations), that a minor eruption in 2006 have actually attracted people on the island, and telling them that the volcano provides over sixty pourcent of their energy through the geothermal power plant. She points the Colosseum and Masrani lands shortly after on the margins of the construction site. They joins at its entrance Claire’s colleagues, Wu and the journalists. As they all heads towards the enclosure itself, not located in the colloseum which is only the show area but located further away, encompassing a cirque, Claire and Masrani talks about the conflicts Park Management have with the Grey Guard, saying that if they have delays it’s because of them. The group then meets with Jonas, head zookeeper and large theropods curator, and while he talks to it about the enclosure and its denizen, Claire goes to see what captain Katashi Hamada, the commanding officer of the Grey Guard’s garrison on Nublar and who was waiting for them alongside Jonas, wants from her. Once again, he ask the park director about the large security bunkers needed according to him and his colleagues in case of large-scale disaster. She tells him that they will see that after the press tour and she comes back to the group who has spotted howler monkeys in the enclosure. They are scattered away by a roar from the I.rex. The chimera dinosaur stay hidden behind the thick vegetation of the enclosure. Masrani asks about the second specimen cloned and Claire answers that she was devoured by her sister. The I.rex being the subject of some not-so pleasing surprises, Masrani worries a bit and asks her about Owen Grady’s opinion on the matter. The press tour of the colosseum concludes with a test showing. Masrani, Claire, the envoys and Wu take place in the vip lodge as the groups sit on regular bleachers. Amovible walls and roof began to move, obscurating the sunlight and plunging the arena in total darkness. A portcullis is lift up, letting the I.rex enters the arena. Spotlights project the I.rex shape on the audience. We cut to the achillobators training scene. It plays very much like in the movie and just like in it, it’s followed by a debate between on one side Owen and Barry, and on the other Hoskins but here, informations on competition existing between InGen and other biotech companies are given (Among other things, a safari park housing animals from the ice age and situated near Toula in Russia is mentioned). During the conversation, Owen receives a text message from Claire, asking where and when she can meet him later in the evening. Again like in the movie, Leon falls from the walkway into the enclosure, albeit in a different manner, but in this version, Owen orders him to stay behind him and they slowly back away from the raptors, following behaviours and gestures that are adopted by nature guides in Africa when confronted to lions and other dangerous game. Owen and Leon manage to leave the enclosure unharmed but the former reprimand the latter, telling him to show himself more cautious the next time before asking him to pay his and Barry’s beers in the evening as a retribution. Hoskins muses about the way Grady managed to have, in his eyes, control over the achillobators. Chapter IV : Sunset O'er Isla Nublar Claire, Masrani and co returns to Burroughs where an contract with the envoys is signed. Before going back to her office, claire pass by the control room for a daily checking. She have a debate with Lowery about the I.rex and the sponsoring around her. Zach and Gray attends the mosasaur feeding show and once it’s over, as the bleachers brought them down below the lagoon surface, they meet up with Zara and visit the oceanarium, made of not only the mosasaur lagoon but also other lagoons that together forms the big lagoon, separated from one another by barrier reefs that converges towards an underwater mountain located at the very center of the lagoon called Mount Thetis, which houses aswell the submarine tour base. After walking through subaquatic tunnels and viewing galleries, the trio goes back to the surface and passes in front of the nothosaurs enclosure. While Gray is petting henodus in a touching pool (similar in design to the ones that exists in many aquarias and marine animals parks over the world), Zach gets a phone call from their mother, Karen. After being told by Zach that Claire is not with them, Karen phones then to her half-sister, then working in her office, and they argue about this and other family matters. They coldly ends the conversation and Claire decides to go out on the attenant balcony to relax herself, overlooking Burroughs as she drinks sips of some alcohol glass. Near 5 p.m, Wu arrives at the hilltop Masrani’s hacienda and him and the indian billionaire talks about the day, with Masrani’s preasing the indominus and Wu’s efforts. They then sits in the terrace and drinks tea as the sun sets and dinosaurs come to drink at a nearby lake. The two soon have a conversation about Wu’s proposal to update some of the oldest species cloned by InGen and begin to slowly replace the old versions individuals by others from new and more scientifically-accurate versions (a scene which is very inspired by the version 4.4 chapter from Crichton’s novel where Wu and Hammond discusses on the same subject). Both debate, with Masrani showing himself reluctant and saying that reaching scientific accuracy is nothing but delusion since new discoveries will make current representions obsolete, making the pursuit of this ideal a never-ending race. Once their conversation on that subject is over, they drink to the park’s prosperity and the future success of the I.rex as an attraction. In the I.rex enclosure, an old howler monkey is left behind by his troop. As he tries to flee, the I.rex catches and eat it. Chapter V : The Merry Iguanodon >! Night has fallen over Isla Nublar but while the animals areas had been closed for most of them, the park is not yet devoid of activity, far from it as both guests and employees goes to dine and entertain themselves in Burroughs restaurants, bars and other leisure places for the evening. Claire is dining with her nephews in the Winston’s steakhouse. While Gray is in the toilets, Claire tells Zach about her conversation with their mother. When they exit the restaurant, Claire ask Gray if he wants to go to the cinema but he declines, saying that he is tired, but the oldest of the brothers that he will stay a bit longer in the area and ask her aunt if there is some nice bar there. She recommends the Merry Iguanodon, where she have to meet Owen a bit later. As Claire bring Gray back to her house, Zach wanders around the Obelisk Plaza, the large pond east of the Discovery Center, the facilities located under the Grand Nublarian Hotel overlooking said pond (among them there is a casino and a cinema multiplex), the Eastern Boardwalk. Following Claire’s indications, he founds the Merry Iguanodon tavern and enters it. Zara bump into him there and she apologizes for the distant behaviour she had with the brothers. Lowery and Vivian, who are friends with Zara, arrives and Zara asks Zach if he wants to join them. He accept and while heading towards them, they pass next to Leon, who is telling his fellow interns his near-death experience with the achillobators. Barry appears in his back and reminds him that he must pay two beers. Leon complies, brings the beers at Owen and Barry’s table and takes his leave from them. The two zookeepers then talks about the potential reasons behind Claire’s need to talk to Owen. Claire arrives in time and she and Owen go outside, while her assistant, the two control room technicians and Zach discretly watches them. After losing a game, Zara have tell to Zach the story of Claire and Owen’s secretive but intense relationship. !< While talking about Masrani’s request, Claire and Owen goes to the lower terrace and stops there, as a sound and light show takes place on the previously mentioned pond. They end up arguing a bit about the flingy relationship they had a couple of years earlier but they soon focuses back to the inspection requested by Masrani and agrees on a rendezvous time at the colosseum for the following morning, when the I.rex will be subject to an operation whose purpose is to implant into her a new tracking implant. They wish a good evening to eachother and Claire leaves. We come back to Zach, Zara, Lowery and Vivian as they still talk about the latter three’s boss affair with the raptor’s whisperer. Hamada and two other guards, the Forrester couple, arrives after and go upstrair in a separated room where a non-negligeable part of Nublar’s garrison are off-duty and relaxing. While Hamada sits with the other officers and join them in their game of cards, the two Forresters go to meet the five recruits that incorporated the guard this year. One of them being the niece of a lieutenant stationed in the Five Deaths, they pass her uncle’s greetings to her. Hamada tells his colleagues that Claire informed him that it will be a no for the bunkers he recommanded. The other officers are disappointed and displeaded by the news. After a game of darts, the Forresters and the recruits sits and the couple tells them more about the Five Deaths and the reasons that push soldiers and forces of order members from all over the world to serve in the Grey Guard. The manager of the Merry Iguanodon, Lambert Ross, enters the room and asks what Hamada and the Forresters want to drink. They order but when a waiter arrives with the drinks, a tremor. Being of small to medium magnitude, it’s not strong enough to do any signficant damage and Central America being quite a geologically active region, most of the people on the island aren’t that worried despite being surprised. However, when Roberta unleashes a powerful but plaintive roar, echoeing in all of Burroughs and its valley, Hamada worries since the T.rex didn’t do the same thing before the 2006 small eruption. Sharing with the others the signs they witnessed (odd behaviour from the wildlife and the park’s denizens, worrisome readings coming from the Geothermal Power Plant…), many guards fears than a larger eruption is set to happen soon. Durant, one of the recruits, think it will be the end of the island but Glenmore reassures her by saying that the Sibo isn’t the Santorini’s volcano, Mt St Helens or the Krakatoa while another guard, an amerindian costarican who knows a lot about Nublar’s history, mentions that despite having entering into eruption several times across history, Nublar didn’t exploded or sank into the ocean, and that the only victims of the Sibo were spanish settlers who built their colony, San Fernandez, a bit too close from the volcano. Said colony was destroyed at the end of the 16th century and it being located not too far from where the I.rex Colloseum is being built, the officers fear that the trench whose purpose is to protect the attraction from any lava flows will not be completed in time, making the evacuation of the I.rex a possibility. The I.rex having a bad reputation among the guards, some states that they will let her die if that happen and rants about the Park Management desire to display the largest and viciousest beasts that they can make because they are the one who attracts people on the island. Lambert tells them that Masrani and Park Management have became too confident over time and that most park executives ignores what exactly had to be made to make Isla Nublar safe again. He reveals to the recruits that he worked before as an henchman for InGen Security. He narrates the aftermath of Roberta’s capture, stating that this event wroke havoc among the already fragile ecosystem of Nublar by allowing the smaller carnivores, whose populations were kept in check by the T.rex, to multiply and eat all the herbivores that weren’t captured before turning themselves to the most abundant kind of meat on the island, manflesh. Lambert tells that one night, a horde of proceratosaurs raided InGen’s camp, killing many people and snatching others, This attack marked the beginning of a series of conflicts opposing InGen to the feral predatory dinosaurs : The Saurian War. During that « war », Lambert was badly wounded (he limps and have one eye hidden behind an eyepatch) and spended the rest of the it in an hospital bed. His wounds were inflicted by one of the infamous three gorgons, a trio of dilophosaurs, whose venom half-blinded him. Aside from the three gorgons who were shot after weeks of tracking and some of the herrerasaurs who were captured and integrated into Jurassic World collection, Lambert ignores what happend precisely to the proceratosaurs. Some of them were indeed captured aswell to be put for the rest of their lives in the quarantaine paddocks and still lives but they were only a fraction of their population. How InGen Security dealt with the others is still a mystery and all related informations are classified. After telling his story, Lambert leaves and the guards goes back to what they were doing before the tremor. Chapter VI : A Dragon's awakening >! Near half past seven on the morning of Christmas Eve, Lowery goes to work on his bicycle while humming the main theme of Terry Gilliam’s Brazil. He is the first of the control room’s day team to arrive and when Vivian and the rest of his colleagues arrives, he talks with her and some of them about their plans for the evening. Meanwhile, the I.rex is being tranquilised.!< We then follows Owen as he drives north on his motorbike, towards the Colosseum. He arrives there and meets up with Claire. They enter the construction site and while theye enter the Colosseum and climbs the bleachers, they talk about the I.rex genetic composition and Owen can’t help but to make fun of many things concerning the chimera dinosaur before warning Claire about the ethical drifts that the I.rex creation can create and the fact that they don’t exactly know how her physiology works (they talk mainly about the choosen amount of tranq administrated to the I.rex with Owen stating the same thing that Muldoon says in the novel concerning the amount of tranquiliser to choose with large animals). They arrive near the entrance of the surveillance room, guarded by Darbinian, where he must join Jonas and some of the guards (Brunet, Tian and Velasquez in addition to Darbinian) to start the inspection, wish to eachother merry christmas and he heads to the room. Darbinian lets him pass and he finds Jonas and Brunet finishing their breakfast and the two forementioned recruits drinking coffee. He greets them and as he is pouring himself some coffee, Darbinian teases him about the rumors concerning his relationship with Claire. Owen then asks Jonas and Brunet how the I.rex is and they answers by listing some negative adjectives. Once they are ready, Brunet orders Darbinian to stay in the room and Tian and Velasquez to come with them. They goes down to the I.rex lair where Owen sees gnawed-on bones. Jonas explains him that when the I.rex is fed carcasses, she took them to the lair where she rapidly eat them before gnawing the bones during hours. He leaves Owen and the guards to the inspection and goes to the holding area, where the I.rex is being operated in her indoor enclosure. The veterinarian administrate the I.rex, whose body is covered with a surgical drape, an anesthetic at the base of the neck, where the tracking device is to be implanted. But as he is ready to cut the skin and the flesh there, he notices that they left the needed hand circular saw in their ambulance. One of his two assistants proposes himself to go to the ambulance and bring it back. Owen and the guards arrive to the enclosure wall and sees the claws marks on the wall. They tell him that the I.rex often does this, sometimes in front of the guards standing in the miradors, like if she wanted to provock them that way. They head to the wooded area of the enclosure. As she is looking over the I.rex health record, the assistant that remained with the vet shares with him her concerns, stating that the weight she gaine and her current appetite is abnormally higher from what they expected. The vet ask her if she thinks the I.rex is pregnant before saying it’s ridiculous. They mention the eggs found in the ruins of Jurassic Park during the 1994 expedition and the consequences of the inclusion of west african frog DNA inside the dinosaurs genomes. The assistant brings the idea that the potential offspring of the I.rex might be the result of a parthenogenetic process and adds that since Wu didn’t reveal the integrality of the I.rex genomic composition, they don’t know if he made another mistake by including the DNA of some species able to reproduce itself through parthenogenesis. The vet reassures her assistant by promising her they will do the necessary tests the next month if that can take away her concerns. In the wooded part of the enclosure, Owen finds a howler’s monkey paw and deduces that it was devoured by the I.rex. Tian wonder why the I.rex had done that since monkeys are way too small to be considered as suitable preys for a dinosaur of her size. Owen answers by stating that she doesn’t do that to feed herself, but in a distraction purpose. He then recapitulates everything they have seen until now and admits to the guards that he is against displaying the I.rex to the public. Brunet proposes him that they go the indoor enclosure to see how things are going there and he agrees. His other assistant had return on the meanwhile with the hand circular saw on the meanwhile, the vet begin to cut the I.rex skin with but suddenly, a malfunction in the ventilation creates a strong draft that sends sheets flying all over the place. The same assistant that brought back the saw is charged by the other to pick them all. He does this but the other assistant tells him that one of the sheet had slid under the drape, next to their patient head. The assistant goes under the drap and notices that the sheet went under the jaws. He tries to lift them up and not without efforts, he manages to pull the sheet out but after he launched a scream of satisfaction, he hears the I.rex opening one of her eyes. Paralysed by fear, he tries to move or scream to warn his colleagues but can’t do it properly and the I.rex raise her upper lip, revealing her rows of teeth. He finally screams and the vet makes out for the door but a tail swing push him to the ground. One of the zookeepers that was watching the operation at the other side of the enclosure heavy railings, rushes to a panel on the wall to push an alarm button, warning everyone in the vicinity and the control room at the other end of the island. The other assistant rushes to pull out her colleague far as possible from the I.rex head but when she grabs him, the chimera closes her jaws around the lower half of his body, letting the upper half to his victim’s colleague who screams in terror and panicks. While the drap is still covering her, the I.rex stands up. The vet put himself quickly on his feet but seeing that the I.rex stands between him and the man-sized gate in the railing, he exits the enclosure right into the tunnel that connects the arena to the enclosures and taken before by the assistant when he went outside, rushing to the door at is other end. When the zookeepers came back with electroshocking ammo rifles, he is too far away to be within earshot. Grady and the guards arrive aswell and the first go inside the enclosure to get the remaining assistant out of there as Jonas and another zookeeper, standing between the gate and the I.rex, shot on the exposed body parts of the predator. She repels the two zookeepers out the enclosure with a tail blow and swiftly turns, making the medical devices attached to her flies over Owen and the assistant who are forced to crouches down to avoid getting hit, before closing the gate and ramming it with her head to break it and trap Owen and the assistant with her. The two runs to the tunnel, heading towards the same normal-sized gate to which the vet headed. The latter had arrived before it but as he is looking for the keys that open it, he reminds that he gave to the assistant who still had them when the I.rex ripped him in half. The beast roaring at the two humans that are running away from her, the vet fears for his life and through a panel, opens a larger gate in which the small one is integrated and big enough to let trucks pass through. But as he flees outside, he forgets to engage the closing process. Seeing this, Brunet contacts the control room and orders the technicians to close it but Lowery, fearing that he will trap Owen and the assistant by doing so, heavily hesitate. However, the closing process is still engaged. A CCTV footage that Darbinian has done this from the surveillance room in the Colloseum. Owen and the assistant are still running but suddenly the latter collapses on the ground, with a lot of blood pouring out of a wound on her throat. Wondering how the I.rex was able to inflict said wound from a distance, Owen accelerates and rushes out of the tunnel as the door is almost closed. Outside of the facility, a large veil of mist covers the parking and Owen goes to hide under a tipper truck as the door is about to break under the I.rex assaults. Knowing that the I.rex could easily find him because of his scent, Owen cut a pipe and pours fuel all over him. The gate finally fall and the Indominus walk on the parking but the mist is so thick that Owen sees only her feet when she passes near him. The indominus pick the vet scent, who is hiding behind the Veterinary Services ambulance, and as she silently gets closer to him, Owen has only a glimpse of her general shape. When she is close enough of the vet, she brutally throw the ambulance on its side and stand over her screaming prey before shutting up her prey by closing her monstrous jaws on him. Owen stays still under the truck, praying not to be found, but suddenly gunshots are fired, scaring away the I.rew which flees and disappear into the jungle. Once he thinks it’s safe enough to get out, Owen screams to let his presence be known and crawl away from the truck. The guards, zookeppers and J-SEC agents arrives and Brunet asks Owen in which direction the I.rex went before telling the garrison that they have work to do. 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This project is to do a report that we have to build up a pre-opening hotel in Brazil which is located in Rio De Janeiro, Ipanema Beach in Brazil. In the hotel, there are 900 rooms in total include 90 single room, 800 double room and 10 executive suites. And for the facilities, segment single room and double into different types there are shop gallery, cinema casino, 3 discos and 3 restaurant. You can think about the culture in Brazil, for example football, you can add those element into the hotel, include some marketing research inside the essay, for example the target market. And also you can research about the casino in Brazil such as the competitor. You also need to write about the marketing strategy such as 4Ps, mirco and macro economy.
This is my first reddit post, so please be gentle, but do point out any errors of fact or etiquette I've made. I've spent some time this week getting ready for the finale episodes by making a list of every scene in every Season 3 episode: what time the scene starts, who's in the scene, and a very limited amount of notes for some scenes. There are probably quite a few errors, and I know I haven't classified all the locations yet (like many Silver Mustang scenes are listed as "LV" instead of "SM"). Comments and corrections are very welcome!
TWIN PEAKS SEASON 3 - SCENES location key: BA - Buenos Aires, Argentina Fa - The Farm FH - Fireman's home (the purple place) GN - Great Northern Hotel (in Twin Peaks) LV - Las Vegas, Nevada NM - New Mexico NY - New York City, New York PH - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Rh - the Roadhouse (Twin Peaks) RR - Double R Diner (Twin Peaks) SC - Sioux City, South Dakota (Yankton Federal Prison) SD - South Dakota SM - Silver Mustang Casino, Las Vegas TP - Twin Peaks, Washington UT - Utah VA - the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia WA - Washington state, outside of Twin Peaks WR - the Waiting Room (Red room) ? - I don't know. "+" means first appearance ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.1 3:43 FH +???????, +Special Agent Dale Cooper ("Remember 430. Richard and Linda. Two birds with one stone.") 6:11 TP +Dr. Lawrence Jacoby, +Delivery Driver 8:28 NY +Sam Colby 12:49 NY Sam, +Guard, +Tracey Barberato 15:40 GN +Beverly Paige, +Ben Horne, +Jerry Horne 18:24 TP +Lucy Brennan, +Man in Suit? 19:35 SD Mr. C (Dale Cooper doppleganger), +Robby, +Otis, +Buella, +Ray Monroe, +Darya 24:30 NY Sam, Tracey, +Experiment Model (@ 33:38) 34:35 SD +Marjorie Green (Buckhorn, South Dakota) 36:15 SD +Officer Olson, +Officer Douglas, Marjorie 38:40 SD +Hank Fillmore, Olson, Douglas, Marjorie 40:10 SD Olson, Douglas, Ruth Davenport 41:27 SD Hank, Olson, Douglas, Ruth, +Detective Dave Macklay, +Constance Talbot 43:40 TP +Margaret Lanterman (The Log Lady), +Deputy Chief Tommy "Hawk" Hill 45:15 SD Constance, Macklay (Buckhorn Police Department) 46:35 SD Macklay, +Phyllis Hastings, +William (Bill) Hastings 48:18 TP Hawk, Lucy, +Deputy Andy Brennan 49:30 SD BHastings, Macklay, +Detective Don Harrison, +Chief Mike Boyd 56:00 SD Macklay, BHastings 56:42 SD Macklay, Harrison, PHastings (lump of meat) ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.2 1:38 SD BHastings, PHastings, Macklay, +George Bautzer (woodsman @ 6:00) 6:18 SD PHastings, Mr. C 7:20 LV +Duncan Todd, +Roger ("why do you let him make you do these things") 9:05 SD Ray, +Jack, Mr. C, Darya (restaurant) 12:07 TP Log Lady, Hawk (Hawk in trees with flashlight) (pool @ 14:34) 15:08 WR Cooper, +Phillip Gerard, +Laura Palmer (red room) ("is it future or is it past?") (white horse @ 22:05) 23:38 WR Cooper, Gerard, +Evolution of the Arm, +BOB 25:20 SD Jack, Mr. C 26:47 SD Mr. C, Darya (calls Phillip Jeffries @ 36:30) (Jeffries: "you're going back in tomorrow, and I will be with BOB again.") Owl Cave symbol playing card @ 34:32 Mr. C: "This is what I want." 39:22 SD Mr. C, +Chantal Hutchens 40:33 WR Cooper, Evolution of the Arm ("253 time and time again") 42:39 WR Cooper, +Leland Palmer ("Leland: Find Laura."), Evolution of the Arm, Gerard ("something's wrong"), Mr. C, doppleganger of the Arm ("non-ex-ist-ent!") 45:25 NY Cooper, Sam, Tracey (box shrinks @ 47:20) 47:59 TP +Sarah Palmer (her house) 49:12 Rh +Chromatics, +Renee, +Shelly Briggs, +Hannah, +James Hurley, +Freddie Sykes, +Red, +Jean-Michel Renault 52:54 Rh credits 54:23 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.3 1:38 FH Cooper (falling through space, then purple place) 4:25 FH +Naido, Cooper, +Major Garland Briggs (number 15, then number 3, "blue rose") 13:16 FH Cooper, +American Girl (Ronette Pulaski?) (watch with 2:53) 14:36 SD Mr. C (clock at 2:53) (in car) 15:03 FH Cooper, American Girl ("When you get there... you will... already be there.") 16:20 PP/SD Cooper, American Girl ("You'd better hurry... my mother is coming."), Mr. C 19:03 LV +Douglas "Dougie" Jones, +Jade, Mr. C (owl ring, Rancho Rosa) 22:27 WR Dougie, Gerard (owl ring) 25:41 LV Cooper, Jade 29:35 LV +Gene, +Jake, Cooper, Jade (Rancho Rosa) 31:45 LV Gene, +Little Boy, +Drugged-out Mother ("one-one-nine!") (Rancho Rosa) 33:30 SD Mr. C, +First Trooper, +Second Trooper (SD Highway Patrol) 34:25 TP Hawk, Andy, Lucy 39:10 TP Jacoby 41:30 SM Jade, Cooper, Laura, +Security Guard (Silver Mustang Casino) 43:40 SM Cooper, Security Guard, +Cashier, +Slot Machine Man, +Lady Slot-Addict 50:25 SM +Floor Attendant Jackie, Cooper 51:25 PH +FBI Deputy Director Gordon Cole, +FBI Agent Albert Rosenfield, +FBI Agent Tammy Preston (FBI Headquarters, Philadelphia, PA) (meeting with strange murder "clues") 55:40 Rh +Cactus Blossoms 57:09 Rh credits 58:40 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: +Wise Guy ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.4 1:40 SM +Pit Boss Warrick, guard, boss, Cooper, Floor Attendant Jackie, Lady Slot-Addict 3:50 SM Cooper, +Bill Shaker, +Candy Shaker 5:55 SM +Supervisor Burns, Mr. C, Warrick 9:35 LV +Limo Driver (Al), Cooper, +Janey-E Jones 13:00 LV Cooper, Janey-E 15:35 PH Cole, +Bill Kennedy, +Denise Bryson 19:40 TP Lucy, +Sheriff Frank Truman, Andy 21:32 TP +dispatcher Maggie Brown, +Deputy Jesse Holcomb, Frank, +Deputy Chad Broxford, +Deputy Bobby Briggs 23:25 TP Lucy, Andy 24:30 TP Frank, Hawk, Chad, Bobby, Jesse, Andy, Lucy 28:45 TP Frank, Andy, Lucy, +Wally "Brando" Brennan 33:30 LV/WR Cooper, Gerard, Janey-E, +Sonny Jim Jones 41:41 SD Constance, Macklay, Boyd 42:10 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, +FBI Driver (SD airport) 44:00 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, +Warden Dwight Murphy, +Inspector Randy Hollister, Mr. C (SD prison) 50:13 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy 54:20 Rh +Au Revoir Simone 55:16 Rh credits 56:45 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.5 1:40 LV Gene, Jake, +Lorraine (Rancho Rosa) (Argentina box, message "Argent 2") 3:29 SD Major Briggs, Constance, Macklay, Harrison, (wedding ring in stomach: "To Dougie, with love, Janey-E") 4:33 SC Mr. C, +Prison Tech, BOB ("you're still with me. that's good.") 6:50 TP +Mike Nelson, +Steven Burnett 8:10 TP Frank, Lucy, +Doris Truman 10:46 LV Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Cooper 12:17 LV Gene, Jake (Rancho Rosa) 14:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, +Phil Bisby 16:48 LV Phil, Cooper, +Rhonda, +Frank (Bob Stephenson), +Anthony Sinclair, +Bushnell Mullins, +Darren 23:13 LV Bushnell, Cooper, Phil, Rhonda 25:25 SM Warrick, casino dude, Candie, +Rodney Mitchum, +Bradley Mitchum, +Mandie, +Sandie 28:16 LV Drugged-out Mother, Little Boy, +Punk Leader 30:50 LV Chris, Jade (xxx who is Chris?) 31:47 RR +Norma Jennings, Shelly, +Toad, +Rebecca (Becky) Burnett, Steven 34:11 RR Becky, Steven (cocaine smile) 37:56 LV Cooper, Phil 39:29 TP Andy, Hawk 40:47 TP Jacoby, +Nadine Hurley (Dr. Amp) 45:24 VA +Colonel Davis, +Lieutenant Cynthia Knox (Pentagon, Arlington, VA) (16 fingerprint hits on Major Briggs in last 25 years) 46:40 Rh +Trouble, +Richard Horne, +Charlotte, +Elizabeth, woman, +Federico, Chad 50:56 PH Tammy (Cooper photos & fingerprints) 52:28 SC Mr. C, Warden ("Mr. Strawberry", "the cow jumped over the moon") 55:23 BA (beeping, shrinking box) (Buenos Aires, Argentina) 56:05 LV Cooper, +Officer Reynaldo 56:25 LV credits 58:07 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: +Heidi (fat RR waitress), Hollister, +Detailer, Burns, Jade ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.6 1:43 LV Cooper, Reynaldo 3:27 LV Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Reynaldo, Cooper, +Patrol Officer 6:37 LV Sonny Jim, Cooper (clapper) 9:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim 13:12 ? (stop light) 13:30 ?/LV Gerard ("wake up" "don't die"), Cooper (case files scribbles) 18:35 PH Albert, Cole, +Diane Evans (Max Von's Bar) 20:41 TP Red, Richard (coin trick) 27:00 TP Richard 27:24 TP +Carl Rodd, +Mickey 29:33 RR Shelly, +Miriam Sullivan, Heidi 30:57 TP Richard, Carl, +Hit and Run Mom, +Hit and Run Boy, Miriam (yellow "soul", number 6 & 324810) 35:35 LV Todd (computer & folder for Ike) 36:54 LV cops, Drugged-out Mother 37:53 LV +Ike "The Spike" Stadtler 39:33 LV Cooper, Phil, Sinclair, Bushnell (Cooper's scribbles) 45:35 LV Janey-E, +Jimmy, +Tommy 48:04 LV Lorraine, Ike, other woman 49:13 TP Richard 50:15 TP Hawk, Chad (Laura's diary pages) 53:00 TP Maggie, Frank, Chad, Jesse, Doris 54:54 Rh +Sharon Van Etten 56:18 Rh credits 57:52 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Jade ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.7 1:40 WA/GN Jerry, Ben 3:35 TP Hawk, Frank (Laura's diary pages shown) 7:03 TP Frank (on phone to Harry; Laura's diary pages shown) 8:08 TP Andy, Farmer 9:10 TP Frank, +Doc Will Hayward (rising computer screen) 12:50 SD Knox, Macklay 13:40 SD Constance, Major Briggs, Knox, Macklay, Davis, woodsman at 16:08 16:53 PH Cole, Albert 18:20 PH +Younger Man, Cole, Albert, Diane (Diane's house) 21:36 PH Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy (on airplane) (Cooper's fingerprints, photo of Mr. C & mansion) 23:47 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Hollister (Yankton Federal Prison, Sioux City) 24:24 SC Diane, Mr. C 27:05 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Warden 27:33 SC Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy 29:25 SC Mr. C, 2 prison guys 30:02 TP Andy 31:17 TP Warden, Mr. C, 2 prison guys 33:42 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sinclair, +Detective T. Fusco, +Detective "Smiley" Fusco, +Detective D. Fusco, Rhonda, Bushnell (Cooper draws figures) 40:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Ike, Evolution of the Arm 41:25 LV Cooper, Janey-E, +Another Mom, +5-Year-Old Girl, +Soccer Mom 42:10 GN Ben, Beverly (Great Northern Hotel) 46:58 TP Beverly, +Nurse, +Tom Paige 49:18 Rh Renault (sweeping peanut shells) 52:38 SC +Prison Guard, Mr. C, Ray, Warden 55:23 RR Shelly, Norma, +Bing (person asking for Billy) 55:55 RR credits 57:24 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.8 1:42 SD Mr. C, Ray 7:40 SD Mr. C, Ray, woodsmen, BOB (Ray calls Jeffries @ 10:50) 11:20 Rh +MC, +"The" Nine Inch Nails 16:00 SD Mr. C 16:21 NM (July 16, 1945 / White Sands, New Mexico / 5:29 AM (MWT)) 18:28 ? (effects) 21:20 ? woodsmen (Dutchman's / convenience store) 24:10 ? Experiment/mother? 26:20 FH outside purple place. (formed from gold globule seen in previous scene?) 28:55 FH +Senorita Dido 30:25 FH Dido, ??????? 33:54 FH ???????, Dido (movie theater) 36:32 FH ???????, Dido, Laura (gold sparks, gold seed, Laura @ 39:05) 39:35 FH ???????, Dido (Fallopian tube) 40:49 NM +frog-locust (1956 / August 5 / New Mexico desert) 42:52 NM +Girl, +Boy 44:14 NM woodsmen 44:38 NM +New Mexico Husband, +New Mexico Wife, +Woodsman 46:06 NM Girl, Boy 48:34 NM Woodsman 49:11 NM +Disc Jockey, Girl 50:00 NM Woodsman, +Receptionist 51:06 NM Woodsman, Disc Jockey, Girl 51:45 NM "This is the water. And this is the well. Drink full and descend. The horse is the white of the eyes, and dark within." 54:00 NM Girl, frog-locust 56:35 NM Woodsman leaves, "horse whinnying distantly" 56:44 NM credits 58:04 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.9 1:40 SD Mr. C 2:09 plane Cole, Tammy, Diane, Albert 3:35 SD Mr. C, +Gary "Hutch" Hutchens, Chantal 4:43 plane Cole, Diane, Albert, Tammy 6:41 SD/LV Mr. C, Hutch, Chantal, Todd (text: "around the dinner table the conversation is lively") 9:51 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Bushnell, Fuscos, +Desk Sergeant (Las Vegas Police Department) 18:35 LV Ike, Fuscos, more Las Vegas police 20:40 TP Lucy, Andy (chairs) 23:05 TP +Johnny Horne, +Sylvia Horne 24:02 TP +Betty Briggs, Bobby, Frank, Hawk 27:35 SD Diane, Cole, Tammy, Albert, Knox, Macklay 29:47 SD Constance, Major Briggs, Diane, Cole, Tammy, Albert, Knox, Macklay 32:45 WA? Jerry ("I am not your foot") 34:40 TP Chad, Frank, Hawk, Lucy, Bobby 37:37 TP Frank, Hawk, Bobby (Major Briggs' message @ 39:01: sun over left peak, moon & splotch over right peak 253 yards east of Jack Rabbit's Palace before ... Jack Rabbit's ... put some soil from that area in your pocket 2:53 10/1 10/2. other message: COOPECOOPECO and other stuff) 40:35 SD Diane, Cole, Tammy 42:45 SD BHastings, Tammy, Macklay, Cole, Diane 49:25 GN Ben, Beverly 51:56 Rh +Hudson Mohawke, +Ella, +Chloe 55:06 Rh Au Revoir Simone 56:30 Rh credits 58:09 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Warden Dwight Murphy ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.10 1:41 TP Richard, Miriam (trailer park), Chad 5:04 TP Carl, Steven, Becky (trailer park) 7:00 LV RMitchum, Candie, BMitchum 9:34 LV +Doctor Ben, Dougie, Janey-E 11:49 LV RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie, BMitchum, +Paul, +Sheena, Ike, Soccer Mom, Cooper, Janey-E, Roger? 15:13 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim (sex) 18:15 ? (wind howling) 18:37 TP Jacoby, Nadine (Dr. Amp) 20:42 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sonny Jim 21:25 WA Jerry 21:45 TP Lucy, Chad, mailman 24:20 TP Richard, Johnny Horne, Sylvia Horne 28:56 LV Todd, Roger, Sinclair 30:40 SD Albert, Constance, Cole, Tammy 31:25 SM Pit Boss Warrick, Sinclair, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 38:18 LV RMitchum, BMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 40:12 SD Cole, Laura, Albert, Tammy (Diane received: "Around the dinner table, the conversation is lively", sent: "They have Hastings. He's going to take them to the site.") 43:22 GN/TP Ben, Sylvia 44:27 TP Log Lady, Hawk ("Laura is the one.") 46:17 Rh +Rebekah Del Rio, +Musician (Moby) 51:33 Rh credits 53:12 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Fuscos ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.11 1:41 TP +Boy Playing Catch, Miriam (trailer park) 3:07 TP Becky (trailer park), Shelly, Norma, Carl 5:30 TP Becky, Carl, Norma, Maggie, Bobby (Carl's van) 7:02 TP Becky, +Gersten's neighbor, Steven, +Gersten Hayward (Gersten's apartment) 8:14 TP Maggie (police station) 8:51 SD Macklay, WHastings, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Cole, woodsmen (Buckhorn), Ruth Davenport, 13:15 woodsmen @ Dutchman's 16:25 RR Bobby, Becky, Shelly, Norma, Red, +Carrie, +Ralph, +Russ, Jesse, +Woman in Car, +Sick Girl, Toad? 24:55 TP Frank, Hawk, Lucy, Log Lady, Jesse (Indian map, mention Blue Pine Mountain, "day after tomorrow") 29:50 SD Cole, Albert, Diane, Tammy, Macklay (Ruth's coordinates) 33:48 LV Bushnell, Phil, Cooper, Sinclair 37:40 LV BMitchum, RMitchum 39:40 LV Cooper, Bushnell, Gerard, Limo Driver 42:06 LV Cooper, Limo Driver 43:10 LV BMitchum, RMitchum, Cooper, Limo Driver 50:00 LV piano player, Cooper, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Mandie, Sandie, Lady Slot-Addict 55:26 LV credits 57:03 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.12 1:35 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy (Chet Desmond mentioned) 5:35 SD Cole, Albert, Tammy, Diane 7:37 WA Jerry 8:07 TP Sarah, +Check-Out Girl, +Bag-boy 11:25 TP Carl, +Criscol (Kriscol in subtitles) 13:07 LV Cooper, Sonny Jim 13:37 TP (mountain & woods) 13:51 TP Hawk, Sarah (Sarah's house) 16:06 TP Miriam (hospital) 16:32 SD Diane ("Las Vegas?" text, "THEY HAVEN'T ASKED YET") 17:10 GN Ben, Beverly, Frank (Ben's office) 25:25 SD Cole, +French Woman, Albert (hotel) 31:25 UT? Hutch, Chantal, Warden, +Warden Murphy's Son 33:36 TP Jacoby, Nadine (Dr. Amp) 36:27 ? +Audrey Horne, +Charlie (mentions Billy, Tina, Paul, Chuck) 47:17 SD Diane 49:20 TP (woods) 49:42 Rh Chromatics, +Abbie, +Natalie, +Trick (mentions Clark, Mary, Angela) 53:02 Rh credits 54:34 Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.13 1:40 LV BMitchum, RMitchum, Cooper, Sandie, Mandie, Candie, Sinclair, Bushnell, Todd 4:44 LV +Head Mover, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Cooper 7:02 Fa Mr. C, Ray, +Renzo, +Muddy, +Farm Accountant, Richard (Western Montana, "The Farm") 23:25 LV Fuscos, Sinclair, +Detective Clark, +Crooked Partner, Desk Sergeant? 27:05 UT Hutch, Chantal (Utah) 28:00 LV Janey-E, Cooper, Sinclair, +Szymon Waitress, +Man in Urinal 34:22 TP Shelly, Becky 35:50 LV Cooper, Sinclair, Bushnell 38:47 TP Bobby, +RR Diner Waitress, +Big Ed Hurley, Norma, +Walter Lawford 44:52 TP Nadine, Jacoby 47:29 TP Sarah 50:14 ? Audrey, Charlie 53:10 Rh MC, James, +Backup Singer #2, +Backup Singer #3, Renee 56:30 TP Big Ed 57:39 TP credits (Big Ed) 59:11 Lynch/Frost Productions xxx owl ring in 3.13 somewhere. ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.14 1:41 SD/TP Cole, Lucy, Frank 4:20 SD Albert, Tammy, Cole, Diane why was ring in Major Briggs' stomach? 9:22 SD/LV Albert, Tammy, Cole, Diane, +Special Agent Randall Headley, +Agent Wilson 11:21 dream Cole, +Monica Bellucci, Cooper, Tammy, Albert, +Phillip Jeffries 14:39 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Chad 16:10 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, "it's 2:53" 22:00 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Naido 24:34 TP Andy, The Fireman, Experiment?, Woodsman, Laura, Naido, Cooper, Mr. C, Lucy, 29:00 number 6 29:40 TP Andy, Hawk, Bobby, Frank, Naido 31:00 TP Naido, Andy, Lucy, Chad, +Drunk 33:43 TP Freddie, James 43:26 TP Sarah, +Trucker (@Elk's Point Bar #9), 47:48 face, Experiment?, +Bartender 49:19 Rh +Megan, +Sophie mention Paula, Tina, Billy 52:41 Rh MC, +Lissie 54:25 Rh credits xxx BOB here somewhere? ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.15 1:41 TP (woods & mountains) 2:02 TP Nadine, Big Ed 5:30 RR Big Ed, Norma, Walter, Shelly 10:42 Dut Mr. C, woodsman, +Jumping Man, +Bosomy Woman (the Dutchman's) (number 8 on Jeffries' door) 17:22 Dut Mr. C, Jeffries' apparatus ("who is Judy?") (the Dutchman's) 21:18 Dut Mr. C, Richard (text "Las Vegas?") 24:08 TP +Cyril Pons, Gersten, Steven 30:05 TP Cyril, Carl (Fat Trout Trailer Park) 30:50 Rh MC, James, Freddie, Renee, +Chuck, +Skipper 33:18 LV Headley, Wilson 34:00 LV Todd, Roger, Chantal 34:55 TP Drunk, Chad, Freddie, Hawk, Bobby, James, Naido (jail) 36:35 LV Hutch, Chantal 37:54 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim 41:55 TP Log Lady, Hawk 45:39 TP Frank, Bobby, Lucy, Andy, Hawk 47:40 ? Audrey, Charlie 50:30 Rh +The Veils, +Ruby 53:22 Rh credits 54:57 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Albert ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.16 1:42 ? Mr. C, Richard 5:02 ? Mr. C, Richard, Jerry (":-) ALL." @ 9:29) 9:50 LV Hutch, Chantal, Headley, Wilson 12:40 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Bushnell 13:40 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Bushnell, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 17:56 LV Hutch, Chantal, +Polish Accountant, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 24:25 LV Cooper, Gerard (owl ring, seed), Sonny Jim, Janey-E, Bushnell, +Female Doctor 29:12 LV Cooper, Bushnell, BMitchum, RMitchum, Candie, Sandie, Mandie 30:18 LV Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Headley 31:33 SD Diane (coordinates: 48551420117163956 34:45 SD Cole, Tammy, Albert, Diane ("I'm in the sheriff's station", "I'm not me") 42:10 ? Diane, Gerard (seed) 43:26 SM Cooper, Janey-E, Sonny Jim, Mitchums (Silver Mustang Casino) 47:05 LV Cooper, Mitchums, Candies 48:38 Rh MC, +Edward Louis Severson (Eddie Vedder) 50:53 Rh Audrey, Charlie, +Throwing Man, +Man Hit with Bottle (Monique mentioned) 56:12 Rh credits 57:36 Lynch/Frost Productions somewhere: Phil ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.17 1:?? 5?:?? ?? credits 5?:?? Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________ EPISODE 3.18 1:?? 5?:?? ?? credits 5?:?? Lynch/Frost Productions ______________________________________________________________________
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