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Brown Ajah Chocolate Week - Movie Game

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Welcome one and all to our Movie Game!!

 

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So this thread will be hosted by Oscar and myself and how you play is we will post scenes from movies, in honour of this being Chocolate Week - the Valentine's Day edition, the pictures will be of romantic characters!

 

You'll be playing for cupcakes instead of points and we're looking for the name of the movie and the names of the characters involved!

 

Participants:

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Number 1:

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Number 2:

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Number 3:

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1.  Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind - Joel and Clementine

 

2. Chocolat - Vianne and Roux

 

3. It's a Wonderful Life - George Bailey and Mary

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I only knew #2 & #3.

 

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Ooo....I knew them all!

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My mom actually named me after Maria from West Side Story. It was her favorite film ever!

Edited by Rhea

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For some reason, I can't see #7.

 

#8 is Albert and Armand from The Birdcage

 

#9 is Love, Actually, with Hugh Grant as the PM and the very fetching Martine McCutcheon as Natalie.

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