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RE: Movies

From: "Brian Bell" <bbell1@i...>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 22:18:15 -0400
Subject: RE: Movies

I too would shoot for some anime

Venus Wars
Gaul Force
Armitage III 
Bubblegum Crisis (SG2 or FMASk)
  Yea I know, but there were some interesting 
  ideas for DS2/SG2. I would love to do a SG2 
  or DS2 game against the Invid.
Ghost in the Shell (for Fmask)

Non-Anime Sci-Fi
Red Planet (1999? 2000?) interesting robot probe ideas for SG2.
Aliens (Duh. I know its been listed, but worth seeing again).

Brian Bell
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[mailto:owner-gzg-l@lists.CSUA.Berkeley.EDU]On Behalf Of Laserlight
Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2001 20:27
Subject: Movies

   Okay, time to spice up the list a bit.  My 12 year old (whose movie
viewing I edit) is in Canada for 5 weeks and my wife (who turns pale
at the sight of cinematic special effects, aka "blood") will be gone
for two weeks.	So during that time I'll be able to watch movies that
I've always wanted to watch but have too much violence and/or bare
skin.  These movies are of course..what?  I'm looking for a) movies
that it's reasonably likely my local video shop may have; and b) films
which are either good SF and/or useful background for wargamers.

For example:  Saving Pvt Ryan; Aliens; Predator.


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