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Poll #963029 Movie Monday

In "The Godfather Part II", following an attempt on Michael Corleone's life, his would-be assassins are found murdered in a drainage culvert. His lieutenant, Al Neri, says 'It looks like they were hired out of New York'. How can he possibly know this?

the assassins are wearing "I HEART NY" buttons
3(5.4%)
the assassins are wearing "GIULIANI TIME" t-shirts
3(5.4%)
the assassins have Mets tickets in their pockets
4(7.1%)
remnants of Nathan's hot dogs are found next to the bullet wounds in their guts
5(8.9%)
with their dying breaths, the assassins mutter "Come on already! What is this? Get outta here"
10(17.9%)
the assassins are unable to complete their mission becase "only in New York!" do mob hits take place
4(7.1%)
because, despite being one of the greatest movies of all time, "The Godfather Part II" does not actually make much sense in parts
27(48.2%)

What is your favorite Quentin Tarantino movie?

"Reservoir Dogs"
12(20.7%)
"Pulp Fiction"
15(25.9%)
"Jackie Brown"
10(17.2%)
"Kill Bill Volume 1"
4(6.9%)
"Kill Bill Volume 2"
0(0.0%)
"Kill Bill", combined
5(8.6%)
his 1/4th of "Four Rooms"
0(0.0%)
his 1/10th of "Sin City"
0(0.0%)
his 1/2 of "Grindhouse"
1(1.7%)
Christ, doesn't the guy make any whole movies anymore?
3(5.2%)
I fucking hate Quentin Tarantino's movies
8(13.8%)

Check the box of each Japanese director you would consider 'great'.

Kinji Fukasaku ("Battle Royale", "House on Fire")
0(0.0%)
Ishiro Honda ("Destroy All Monsters", "Godzilla")
0(0.0%)
Kon Ichikawa ("Fires on the Plain", "The Burmese Harp")
0(0.0%)
Juzo Itami ("Tampopo", "A Taxing Woman")
0(0.0%)
Takeshi Kitano ("Fireworks", "Kikujiro")
0(0.0%)
Hirokazu Koreeda ("After Life", "Nobody Knows")
0(0.0%)
Akira Kurosawa ("Rashomon", "The Seven Samurai")
7(12.3%)
Takashi Miike ("Audition", "The Bird People in China")
0(0.0%)
Kenji Misumi ("Zatoichi: The Life and Opinion of Masseur Ichi"; "Lightning Swords of Death")
0(0.0%)
Hayao Miyazaki ("Spirited Away", "Princess Mononoke")
2(3.5%)
Nagisha Oshima ("Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence", "In the Realm of the Senses")
0(0.0%)
Yasujiro Ozu ("Tokyo Story", "Floating Weeds")
0(0.0%)
Seijun Suzuki ("Pistol Opera", "Youth of the Beast")
0(0.0%)
those little fuckers make movies? what's next, a flying monkey?
4(7.0%)
you forgot...(see comments)
0(0.0%)

Do you ever listen to audio commentary on DVDs?

Yes
17(28.8%)
Yes, but only when professionally obligated to do so
1(1.7%)
Sometimes
28(47.5%)
No
9(15.3%)
NEEEEEEERD
4(6.8%)

Name three film directors about whom you and the majority of your peers vehemently disagree.

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