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 Movieoke2004-03-05 13:11
by Flemming Funch

OK, karaoke can be fun, but now there's Movioke. Play the parts you want in your favorite movies. Well, it sounds like you just speak along with the characters on the screen, over the soundtrack. But what would be cool would be if, like in karaoke, the real actor and his voice was digitally edited out of the film, and you were superimposed in there instead. Of course that's a bit of a hard trick at this point. Anyway, I'll start off myself in the small:
"I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the darkness near the Tannhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain."
It is an easy one, but guess where it is from.

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5 Mar 2004 @ 16:20 by Paul Hughes @ : Fantastic!
This is my absolute favorite movie quote of all time. Roy Batty rules. This is a line I have uttered myself time and time again, and I would love to play it out.  

5 Mar 2004 @ 17:23 by jmarc : the special effects were cool
but they didn't follow the Dick novel too closely...Heres mine..

Here's what the price is tonight, Chief.
Twenty-five grand to go for it,
plus twenty-five more if I land it,
all repairs on the boat, and on
me, a new rod from Haydy's in
London, a life subscription to
Playboy, a stereo 4-track and the
color TV.  

5 Mar 2004 @ 20:11 by magical_melody : Sounds like fun!
Yes Flemming, even more kewl if our voice could be superimposed in the film. I bet if we give it a bit more time, that will come too. Thanks for the link.  

7 Mar 2004 @ 15:43 by anonymous @ : Movioke VS. PS2 'eyetoy'
Hi ming
ur site r0oXx!
i just recently played this PlayStation2 game called 'eyetoy' afair
u place ur PS2 cam on your TV and stand right in front of it
then u move ur body the way the game tells u to (washin' up windows can be sooo funny =)))
i cant remember any karaoke game-type in there but the interface worx!  

8 Mar 2004 @ 05:41 by ming : Movioke Games
Sounds fun. Could work too if it was combined with a Dance-Dance-Revolution interface. Better yet if the mat would light up, to show you where to move.  

8 Mar 2004 @ 06:56 by John Abbe @ : Welcome to my world...
Okay, just because everyone else is being clever and not saying it, Ming's quote is from Bladerunner. Here's a recent favorite of mine, two characters and probably not the exact quote:

B: How do you get someone to love you without affecting free will?

G: Welcome to my world...  

8 Mar 2004 @ 07:58 by ming : Movies
You guys know your stuff. And I can't even guess your quotes.  

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The actual tragedy within Pakistan is constantly on the worsen because relief materials and help fall far lacking what is needed. More help is frantically needed since the potential for an incredible number of fatalities starts to loom.  

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