Guess That Movie: XXVIII: The Time Machine (2002)

February 20th, 2003 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

[Guess That Movie Round 28]Righto, here’s the new Guess That Movie image.

If you are a new player, the game is quite simple. Look at this 110x110pixel screenshot (nope, you can’t enlarge it) and see if you can remember which film it has been taken from. Once you think you know which film it is, leave a comment with your name (or alias), your email address (for my usage only) and the name of the movie you are guessing at. If it’s part of a series of movies – you MUST name the appropriate movie (so just saying “Austin Powers” isn’t good enough, you’ll have to say “Austin Powers III”), also if it’s a remake you must be specific which version it is (so “Planet Of the Apes” is too vague, but “Mark Wahlberg’s Planet Of the Apes” or “Planet Of the Apes 2001” would be accurate). I’ll then (when I get a moment) say whether your guess is right or wrong – if it’s wrong, you can guess again – if it’s right you get some points. And what do points make? Prizes!

Yep, it’s a whole lotta fun with prizes to be won. If you guess that movie within 12 hours of it being posted and there have been no incorrect guesses, you get 100 points. Every incorrect guess takes the potential score down by 5 points. 12 hours after the image was posted, the score drops by 10points – 12hours after than by another 10points: and then a further 10points every 24hours. So guess quick and guess correctly to score the maximum points! Once you’ve got at least 500points, you can “redeem” them for an Amazon gift voucher. 500 equals a £5 voucher (or the equivalent of £5 in your own currency in your chosen Amazon store). And it’s all free to enter as well! Wow!

Go on – make a guess!
The Time Machine (2002) [Order from] . Correctly guessed by Kymberlie R. McGuire.

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  1. LD says:

    Hellbound: Hellraiser II?

  2. Nope, it wasn’t Hellraiser II [Order from] . I can see why you thought that though – it does look suspiciously like a Cenobite on the left hand side doesn’t it… But is it someone about to rip your soul apart or not?

  3. ph33r_m3 says:

    im guessing the fun house reference wasnt a clue, cos i cant find any pat sharp movies on imdb!

  4. Is it Empire Strikes Back?

  5. ph33r_m3: You’re missing the ‘e’ of the end of Sharpe by the way (if you are referring to the British childrens show “Funhouse” which I think you are). Don’t forget – “Mullet Man” wasn’t the only person in Funhouse – not only did you have Melanie and Martina (I swear they were just included to tease teenage boys), but also all the contestants…. How many of those went on to “bigger things”?

    However, I’ve made a promise to myself not to reveal which part (if any) of the text is a clue until the score has gone down to at least 80 points…

    Kymberlie: Oooh, it’s not Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back [Order from] . It does look like one of the “holographic talking head” things on the left doesn’t it? But is the dark side of the force really strong in these two?

  6. H.G. Well’s The Time Machine (with Guy Pearce).

  7. ph33r_m3 says:

    the time machine (2002)!

  8. Sorry Tommy D (welcome to Guess That Movie by the way) and ph33r_m3: Kymberlie R. McGuire got there first with her correct guess of the 2002 version of H.G.Well’s The Time Machine which starred the Australian actor Guy Pearce (seen on the right of the picture).

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