User talk:Joffeloff

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I just wanted to say, excellent work with Man on Fire, your screencaps look great and you followed format perfectly. Keep up the good work. - Gunmaster45

Escape from LA

You're right about the METRIC TON of guns in the movie! MPM2008

Apocalypse Now

I know that you want to screencap that movie but, i want to screencap the movie too. Would you let me screencap the movie, please?-Oliveira 00:28, 8 June 2009 (UTC)

Why didn't you finish "Nid de guêpes"?

Nice screencaps. What users usually do is put the movie poster, the year of release and a brief summary at the top as well as fully captioning the screengrabs. If you want someone else to finish the page, let me know. :) great work on the screengrabs. MoviePropMaster2008 06:50, 7 September 2009 (UTC)

Yeah, but you did such a great job and then stopped. Also I have no notion as to what this movie is about. Foreign films DEFINITELY have to have the users who actually saw them take the time to complete the page. I've never seen the movie. I sure ain't gonna do it. Now mainstream American films or foreign films with wide release (examples: The Matrix / The English Patient), don't have the problem of people not knowing about the film, nor knowing what the story is. But even then, I've complained in the past, how I"m sick and tired of having to grab large format movie posters for other user's incomplete pages to complete them. Thanks for the great work so far. MoviePropMaster2008 20:41, 7 September 2009 (UTC)



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