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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    None.

    That was easy.

    Not a single Jimmy Buffett album!?!

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    JokermanJokerman Everything EverywhereRegistered User regular
    Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison

    "Hello, I'm Johnny Cash" might as well be the "Call me Ishmael" of Outlaw Country. Live at Folsom is a portrait of Cash at a turning point in his career. He had just gotten his drug problem under control, and with changes at management at his label, Cash finally had a chance to do his dream project. Complete with June Carter and Carl Perkins, Cash absolutely tears ass through some of the best of his best. The highlight of course being a version of Jackson that absolutely slaps.

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    JimBobtheMonkeyJimBobtheMonkey Registered User regular
    In reality I would just bring 6 Garth albums,

    Garth Brooks - Double Live
    Brothers Osborne - Pawn Shop
    Dierks Bently - Home
    Oh Brother Where Art Thou soundtrack
    Alan Jackson - A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'bout Love)
    Johnny Cash - Live At Folsom Prison

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    I dunno dick from shit when it comes to country, so just throw some Johnny Cash and some Lil Nas in the box.

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    JokermanJokerman Everything EverywhereRegistered User regular
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1TmNNZJ2HI

    Seriously Sam Stone may be one of the greatest pieces of American art.

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    MysstMysst King Monkey of Hedonism IslandRegistered User regular
    You gonna want some Dwight Yoakam, some Dolly, Conway Twitty, George Jones, and Jerry Reed

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    3cl1ps33cl1ps3 I will build a labyrinth to house the cheese Registered User regular
    I know next to nothing about country but Dolly Parton is a fucking boss so whichever 6 of her albums are the best for me I think.

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    PiptheFairPiptheFair Frequently not in boats. Registered User regular
    3cl1ps3 wrote: »
    I know next to nothing about country but Dolly Parton is a fucking boss so whichever 6 of her albums are the best for me I think.

    woody guthrie hated capitalism and cops

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    I don't really listen to Country albums, but here are my six choices:

    -- Songs You Know By Heart (1985): the 18th album and the first greatest hits compilation by Jimmy Buffett
    -- The Hits (1994): the second compilation album, and first wide-released greatest hits album, from Garth Brooks
    -- Come On Over (1997): the third studio album recorded by Shania Twain
    -- O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000): the soundtrack album of music from the 2000 American film of the same name. The soundtrack, produced by T-Bone Burnett, uses bluegrass, country, gospel, blues, and Southern folk music appropriate to the time period
    -- Ultimate Dolly Parton (2003): a compilation album by Dolly Parton
    -- The Legend of Johnny Cash (2005): a single-disc compilation album of Johnny Cash's career. It is the first such album to contain material from Cash’s American Recordings era in addition to songs from his time at Sun and Columbia, as well as one track recorded for Island Records

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    PiptheFair wrote: »
    3cl1ps3 wrote: »
    I know next to nothing about country but Dolly Parton is a fucking boss so whichever 6 of her albums are the best for me I think.

    woody guthrie hated capitalism and cops

    Is he single?!

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    sarukunsarukun RIESLING OCEANRegistered User regular
    You put Dolly Parton on those lists right this instant!

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    SorceSorce Not ThereRegistered User regular
    Not a big fan of Country, but sure.

    1. Johnny Cash - Live from Folsom Prison. It's a classic, it was never not going to be on here.
    2. Jimmy Buffet - Songs You Know By Heart. Mostly so I can loop Cheeseburger in Paradise over and over.
    3. Garth Brooks - No Fences. Friends in Low Places is a go-to for drunk singing.
    4. Montgomery Gentry - My Town. Hell Yeah.
    5. Dolly Parton - Ultimate Dolly Parton.
    6. Woody Guthrie - Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    edited January 2022
    Today's genre/category is: DC Comic Books

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    What six DC-produced comic books do you choose for your communal doomsday bunker?

    Are you leaning towards older classics of the genre or will you try to include some newer/modern inclusions? Will you go for a few huge omnibuses or some smaller trade paperbacks of legendary comic-stories?

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    SorceSorce Not ThereRegistered User regular
    Do the imprints count as well?

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    Sorce wrote: »
    Do the imprints count as well?

    Yep!

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    3cl1ps33cl1ps3 I will build a labyrinth to house the cheese Registered User regular
    ah this is another one I know nothing about so my answer is like, 6 volumes of Sandman.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    Alright, this one took some research but here are my six chosen DC-published comics:
    #1. Fourth World by Jack Kirby Omnibus
    - Author(s): Jack Kirby
    - Year(s): 1971/2021
    - Pages: 1536
    - Summary: In 1971, writer/artist Jack Kirby unleashed the New Gods, introducing the warring worlds of Apokolips, ruled by the dread Darkseid, and New Genesis, led by the philosophical Highfather. Follow the triumphs and struggles of Orion, Lightray, Kalibak, Granny Goodness, and more in Fourth World by Jack Kirby Omnibus!

    #2. The Legion of Super-Heroes: The Great Darkness Saga
    - Author(s): Paul Levitz, Keith Giffen, & Larry Mahlstedt
    - Year(s): 1982
    - Pages: 416
    - Summary: The godlike Darkseid emerges in the 30th century with an ingenious plot to finally conquer the universe. Now, as their universe teeters on the edge of Armageddon, the Legion of Super-Heroes amass their own army of every champion who ever held the status of Legionnaire to stand against the Dark Lord and his invincible soldiers. But as the Legion suffers defeat after defeat, they realize that salvation and victory rest in the hands of a mysterious baby that has aged into adulthood before their very eyes!

    #3. Watchmen
    - Author(s): Alan Moore & Dave Gibbons
    - Year(s): 1986-1987
    - Pages: 449
    - Summary: Considered the greatest graphic novel in the history of the medium, the Hugo Award-winning story chronicles the fall from grace of a group of superheroes plagued by all-too-human failings. Along the way, the concept of the superhero is dissected as an unknown assassin stalks the erstwhile heroes.

    #4. DC: The New Frontier
    - Author(s): Darwyn Cooke
    - Year(s): 2004
    - Pages: 520
    - Summary: When Cold War paranoia outlawed the heroes of the Golden Age, stalwarts such as Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman continued to fight for truth and justice. But as the world hurtled toward an uncertain future, a new breed of hero would define the American Way!

    #5. Sinestro Corps War
    - Author(s): Geoff Johns, Dave Gibbons, Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, & Ethan Van Sciver
    - Year(s): 2007
    - Pages: 336
    - Summary: The story centers on the Green Lanterns of Earth—Hal Jordan, Kyle Rayner, John Stewart and Guy Gardner—and the rest of the Green Lantern Corps as they fight an interstellar war against the Sinestro Corps, an army led by the former Green Lantern Sinestro who are armed with yellow power rings and seek a universe ruled through fear.

    #6. DC Comics: The New 52 Zero Omnibus
    - Author(s): Various Authors
    - Year(s): 2012
    - Pages: 1344
    - Summary: 55 stand-alone stories revealing the origins, secrets and shocking fates of top super heroes including Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Green Lantern and dozens more.

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    edited January 2022
    I don't know that much about DC comics, but the only thing I can say I've read of theirs is Watchmen and Blackest Night. So, I guess put that stuff in there.

    Like, look at this fuckin' guy and tell me he don't belong in the vault!
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    KetarKetar Come on upstairs we're having a partyRegistered User regular
    Most of my favorite DC stuff is small graphic novels and I don't know if they'd provide enough entertainment value in this scenario, so I find myself leaning towards omibuses.

    Fourth World by Jack Kirby Omnibus would be a lot of material I haven't read but would probably enjoy. Sounds good.
    52 collecting issues 1-52 of 52, a storyline I have not experienced myself.
    Batman: Knightfall shocked me as a teen, collecting it one issue at a time.
    Batman: No Man's Land - look, I've read way more Batman than anything else from DC, what can I say?
    The Death and Return of Superman is eternally linked in my mind with Knightfall, together the two most memorable comics storylines of the 90s for me.
    Teen Titans by Geoff Johns omnibus. 1440 pages of a comic I've never read but would like to try since I've certainly watched enough television takes on the Teen Titans.

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    SorceSorce Not ThereRegistered User regular
    Zonugal wrote: »
    Sorce wrote: »
    Do the imprints count as well?

    Yep!
    Nice.

    1-3. Absolute Promethea Vol. 1-3. I'm glad these exist because I didn't want to use 5 slots for the paperbacks. Also it is one of my favorite comics of all time.
    4. Wonder Woman - The Hiketeia. Basically the comic that got Rucka on WW, plus it's own little encapsulated story.
    5-6. Bruce Wayne: Murderer?/Fugitive. The perfect "you have a family Bruce, TRUST THEM." comic.

    Also a shitload of honorable mentions too numerous to list here.

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    furlionfurlion Riskbreaker Lea MondeRegistered User regular
    Transmetropolitan
    Sandman
    All star superman
    Swamp Thing volume 1-6 (by Alan Moore)
    Kingdom Come
    Identity Crisis

    Wow it turns out a lot of my favorite comics are DC/imprints so that was much easier then I thought it would be. A little heavy on the Superman but he is pretty fucking iconic so I don't feel that bad.

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    FishmanFishman Put your goddamned hand in the goddamned Box of Pain. Registered User regular
    Sandman is about the only comic I've collected in fancy bound book form, so it can go on the list.

    52 was one of the only times I felt like I was having fun tagging along for the whole ride as it happened. It was wild and novel and painted with the whole palatte, and it made me enjoy characters I'd practically never heard of (I was always more of a Marvel guy).

    Transmetropolitan is a fun romp.

    Watchmen is kinda interesting and also terrible. But at least it is even still terrible in an interesting way.

    I should probably have some Batman, though, right? I'll go with Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth because it runs through a broad swathe of the rogue's gallery in an iconic location which is essentially a character itself. Plus McKean art. I'll put down Dark Knight Returns as first alternate.

    For a sixth... I'm going to give it to Fables. It's close run against Y: The Last Man here, but hey, it's my apocalypse and I choose fairy tales over end-of-the-world fiction to pass the time. Honestly, I think the title on this list I'm most likely to cut to make room is Watchmen, so Fables gets to come.

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    furlionfurlion Riskbreaker Lea MondeRegistered User regular
    Transmetropolitan
    Sandman
    All star superman
    Swamp Thing volume 1-6 (by Alan Moore)
    Kingdom Come
    Identity Crisis

    Wow it turns out a lot of my favorite comics are DC/imprints so that was much easier then I thought it would be. A little heavy on the Superman but he is pretty fucking iconic so I don't feel that bad.
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    Sandman is about the only comic I've collected in fancy bound book form, so it can go on the list.

    52 was one of the only times I felt like I was having fun tagging along for the whole ride as it happened. It was wild and novel and painted with the whole palatte, and it made me enjoy characters I'd practically never heard of (I was always more of a Marvel guy).

    Transmetropolitan is a fun romp.

    Watchmen is kinda interesting and also terrible. But at least it is even still terrible in an interesting way.

    I should probably have some Batman, though, right? I'll go with Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth because it runs through a broad swathe of the rogue's gallery in an iconic location which is essentially a character itself. Plus McKean art. I'll put down Dark Knight Returns as first alternate.

    For a sixth... I'm going to give it to Fables. It's close run against Y: The Last Man here, but hey, it's my apocalypse and I choose fairy tales over end-of-the-world fiction to pass the time. Honestly, I think the title on this list I'm most likely to cut to make room is Watchmen, so Fables gets to come.

    Damn I forgot about Fables. I replace identity Crisis for Fables. Plus it's a pretty long run.

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    Munkus BeaverMunkus Beaver You don't have to attend every argument you are invited to. Philosophy: Stoicism. Politics: Democratic SocialistRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    I like a lot of country songs, but I would struggle to name a single album I have listened to.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    edited January 2022
    Today's genre/category is: Exploration (Adventure/Platformer) Video Games

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    What six Exploration (Adventure/Platformer) video games do you choose for your communal doomsday bunker?

    Are you favoring a great experience over re-playability? Are you looking for something that has a terrific single-player experience or something that your bunker community will be able to enjoy together at once via multiplayer?

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    3cl1ps33cl1ps3 I will build a labyrinth to house the cheese Registered User regular
    Horizon: Zero Dawn. This is one of the few open world games I've ever played that I happily 100%'d and enjoyed basically every moment. The visuals are gorgeous, the gameplay is fun (if a bit repetitive after awhile), and the characters are memorable and well-written. Despite having a dumb name, the core story is actually pretty interesting. Also, meta as hell to include a game about society enduring after an apocalypse within a doomsday bunker.

    The Witcher 3: The Wild Hunt. Needs no introduction.

    Darksiders. This is basically just a genre fusion of a bunch of other games (it even borrows mechanics from Portal), but it's really fun in doing that! The core gameplay is a blast, your character feels powerful, and everything has a real 80's van art aesthetic to it that I can't help but love. It also has a very silly name.

    Dark Souls 3. This might be a contentious one but I do believe the Soulsborne games are primarily about exploration and discovery. You don't necessarily find new tools to open additional paths, but you do unlock shortcuts and find hidden routes to entire new areas, so I think it fits here. Personally, Dark Souls 3 is my favorite of the lot. I think it gets the speed just right, and I actually liked the change in how poise worked because it meant the ur-build was no longer just "pile on heavy armor, R1 through everything."

    Ori and the Blind Forest. Just a gorgeous little game with absolutely brutal tuning on the platforming timing, and some of the most well done visual storytelling I've ever encountered. Truly some of the most gorgeous environments I've ever seen in games.

    Hollow Knight. People argue endlessly about whether Hollow Knight is a souls-like, or a metroidvania, or both, or neither, but at the end of the day it's fundamentally a game about exploration and discovery. It has some of the most backtracking of any game I've played, with adorable little bug people who you will love instantly. An absolute must-play for basically everyone I feel.

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    KetarKetar Come on upstairs we're having a partyRegistered User regular
    Horizon Zero Dawn is my top choice, no question. Beautiful to look at, fun to play, quality story that was doled out in a way I really liked. One of the few games I've 100%'d and it was worth it the entire way.
    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one that I have not played, and I've been trying to include a bit of novel entertainment in each of my lists. People raved about this game enough that I'm willing to take a chance on it.
    Portal 2 is a fantastic game, and I've never played the co-op campaign so it would provide some multiplayer fun.
    LittleBigPlanet 2 for more multiplayer platforming. Download a ton of user-created levels and have fun creating levels for other folks in the bunker.
    Outer Wilds is really, really good.
    Subnautica is also very good and I like the inclusion of an underwater exploration game for the sake of variety.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    I have settled on these four Exploration (Adventure/Platformer) video games for my list:
    #1. Blade Runner
    - Year: 1997
    - Producer: Westwood Studios
    - System(s): Linux, Macintosh, & Windows
    - Completion: 47 hours
    - Summary: Blade Runner is an adventure game (based on the 1982 science fiction film) with an emphasis on detective work as Ray McCoy, a "Blade Runner", hunts down replicant rebels in a dystopian future Los Angeles of 2019. The game features a semi-randomized plot, randomly choosing at the beginning of each game which characters are replicants

    #2. Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World
    - Year: 1994
    - Producer: Nintendo
    - System(s): SNES & Wii U
    - Completion: 44 hours
    - Summary: A collection of previously released Super Mario NES platform games (Super Mario Bros, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, & Super Mario Bros. 3) alongside Super Mario World, with each title receiving major graphical and audio improvements (alongside a save option allowing players to store the session data).

    #3. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
    - Year: 2017
    - Producer: Vicarious Visions
    - System(s): PlayStation 4, Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, & Xbox One
    - Completion: 64 hours
    - Summary: Spin, jump, wump & repeat as you take on the epic challenges and adventures through a compilation of remasters of the first three games in the Crash Bandicoot series: Crash Bandicoot (1996), Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997), and Crash Bandicoot: Warped (1998).

    #4. Assassin's Creed: Odyssey
    - Year: 2018
    - Producer: Ubisoft Quebec City Studio
    - System(s): Luna, PlayStation 4, Stadia, Windows, & Xbox One
    - Completion: 372 hours
    - Summary: Featuring a large open world, rpg elements, naval combat, and more, this game's plot is set in a fictional history of real-world events, and tells a mythological history of the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta from 431 to 422 BC. Players control a mercenary who fights on both sides of the war as they attempt to find their family and eliminate a mysterious organization known as the Cult of Kosmos.

    I think the two games currently dipping their toe to be on the final list are Super Mario Maker 2 and the Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection.

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    Uncharted tricked me into buying it by claiming it was an exploration and/or adventure game, and it was a straight up action game. In the like 3 hours I played it I think I racked up more kills than the entirety of the new Tomb Raiders combined.

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    SorceSorce Not ThereRegistered User regular
    1. Super Mario World. This is probably the first game I ever 100%-ed, and definitely the first one I 100%-ed multiple times.
    2. Assassin's Creed: Black Flag. Pirate ships. Pirate Ships.
    3. Assassin's Creed Odyssey. I could (and have) gotten lost in this game and still had a great time.
    4. Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Probably my favorite LoZ game, and again, played and beat it many many times.
    5. God of War. The new one, not the original.
    6. Tomb Raider. The reboot was awesome, despite Lara being the fall down-iest grad student in history.

    Would have loved to put Breath of the Wild or Horizon Zero Dawn, but I've never played them, so... there you go.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    Today's genre/category is: Comedy Movies

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    What six comedy movies do you choose for your communal doomsday bunker?

    Are you favoring a classic, defining film in the genre or something you know a group of folks can enjoy year after year? Are you going to try to split up your picks by director, or will your list be broken up by decades?

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    JimBobtheMonkeyJimBobtheMonkey Registered User regular
    Blazing Saddles
    Stripes
    Talladega Nights
    The Big Lebowski
    The Blues Brothers
    Bad Grampa

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    edited January 2022
    O Brother, Where Art Thou
    Hot Rod
    Shaun of the Dead
    What We Do In The Shadows
    Best in Show
    Galaxy Quest

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    SorceSorce Not ThereRegistered User regular
    1. Airplane!
    2. Hot Shots!
    3. Robin Hood: Men in Tights
    4. Shrek
    5. Young Einstein
    6. Tropic Thunder

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    My initial list had too much focus on the 90s, so, I am now trying to shift some things up (decade-wise).

    Also, folks, if I were to include a Jackass film on my list, what do you think would be the best one to go with?

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    Munkus BeaverMunkus Beaver You don't have to attend every argument you are invited to. Philosophy: Stoicism. Politics: Democratic SocialistRegistered User, ClubPA regular
    edited January 2022
    Snatch
    The Sting
    My Cousin Vinny
    Groundhog Day
    Airplane!
    Galaxy Quest

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    Zonugal wrote: »
    My initial list had too much focus on the 90s, so, I am now trying to shift some things up (decade-wise).

    Also, folks, if I were to include a Jackass film on my list, what do you think would be the best one to go with?

    The one with Butterbean. 2?

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    edited January 2022
    Alright, I think I have at least settled on five comedy films for the doomsday bunker:
    #1. Groundhog Day
    - Director(s): Harold Ramis
    - Year: 1993
    - Runtime: 101 minutes
    - Summary: A jaded Pittsburgh weatherman finds himself inexplicably trapped in a small town as he lives the same day over and over again.

    #2. The Big Lebowski
    - Director(s): Joel Coen & Ethan Coen
    - Year: 1998
    - Runtime: 117 minutes
    - Summary: Jeff "The Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire of the same name, seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it.

    #3. Wet Hot American Summer
    - Director(s): David Wain
    - Year: 2001
    - Runtime: 97 minutes
    - Summary: Set on the last day of camp, in the hot summer of 1981, a group of counselors try to complete their unfinished business before the day ends.

    #4. Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story
    - Director(s): Jake Kasdan
    - Year: 2007
    - Runtime: 96 minutes
    - Summary: Singer Dewey Cox overcomes adversity to become a musical legend.

    #5. Black Dynamite
    - Director(s): Scott Sanders
    - Year: 2009
    - Runtime: 84 minutes
    - Summary: Black Dynamite is the greatest African-American action star of the 1970s. When his only brother is killed by The Man, it's up to him to find justice.

    For the last slot I'm currently debating between the following:
    -- One of the Jackass films
    -- Three Amigos
    -- Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein

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    PinfeldorfPinfeldorf Yeah ZestRegistered User regular
    I thought really hard about putting in Wet Hot American Summer, but then realized I watched the show and the movie all at once so I don't know where one stops and the other starts, so I can't attribute anything in particular to the movie. And then I remembered Galaxy Quest exists and that was an easy decision for me.

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    ZonugalZonugal (He/Him) The Holiday Armadillo I'm Santa's representative for all the southern states. And Mexico!Registered User regular
    edited January 2022
    Galaxy Quest will end up on my Sci-Fi film list later down the road.

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