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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:04:59 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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the chart is a type of graph.

Late 90's seminal sci fi movie, invented bullet time, re-invented keanu reeves, thank god they never made any sequels .


Is that a joke? It could have thrown me off

Right, got that one but still stumped on the other one. God knows what a lyer is :P

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:05:10 PM   
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God, I think I need a lay down......

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:06:52 PM   
shawshank prisoner


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No, scratch that. I got the 'lyer' one in the end. God, what a waste of time that entire thing was haha. I like the way there's a n option to Start Again :P

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:10:58 PM   
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I'm stuck on the cars, the bloke under the england flag and the people carrying the painting.

And that's after having read the whole thread twice.

Gash.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:14:17 PM   
Fleur


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ORIGINAL: nutteronabus

I'm stuck on the cars, the bloke under the england flag and the people carrying the painting.

And that's after having read the whole thread twice.

Gash.


Cars- what are they doing.

bloke under the flag is ill. and look at the flag. hes an...

What IS the painting. You need the name of the painting.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:14:21 PM   
cheekylou82


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quote:

ORIGINAL: nutteronabus

I'm stuck on the cars, the bloke under the england flag and the people carrying the painting.

And that's after having read the whole thread twice.

Gash.


The cars - are they moving?
Bloke under the England flag - I don't think he is very well....
Painting - what is the painting of?



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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:18:45 PM   
Acho


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I just got the LOTR one - I'm so embarrassed I didn't before! 

And even though that blacked out the brick, it then accepted Brick, even when it didn't before. Very odd. I have 49 now and I can't even see what's missing - I need to finish this by 5!

Are the graveyards one? I'm just clicking all over the picture now, trying to get a block text box to open up!


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:21:30 PM   
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grave yard isnt one.

The one I missed was the due hanging out next to the train, but not the train spotting guy.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:22:06 PM   
Fleur


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Also did you get the one on the grass between happy feet, bolt and saw

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:34:31 PM   
Acho


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Yep, have those, thanks.

This is my list:

300
Anchorman
Attack of the Clones
Bolt
Brick
Children of Men
Chocolat
Cloverfield
Crash
Eagle Eye
Enter The Dragon

Flags of our Fathers
Gladiator
Green Mile
Happy Feet
Hook
Ice Age
Interview with the Vampire
Iris
Iron Man
Last King of Scotland
Liar Liar
Little Children
Milk
Million Dollar Baby
Monsters, Inc.
Moulin Rouge!
No Country For Old Men

Pi
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pulp Fiction
Saw
Scream
Signs
Snakes on a Plane
Stardust
Swimming with Sharks
The Dark Knight
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The English Patient
The Fisher King
The Matrix
The Pianist
The Thin Red Line
The Two Towers
Traffic
Trainspotting
Walk the Line
Zodiac

So close!


(edit: oops - copy and paste fail!)


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:35:59 PM   
The Bantam Menace

 

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I've got 42. Just got the schoolgirl one and it made my head hurt!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:39:00 PM   
Fleur


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Acho

Yep, have those, thanks.

This is my list:

300
Anchorman
Attack of the Clones
Bolt
Brick
Children of Men
Chocolat
Cloverfield
Crash
Eagle Eye
Enter The Dragon

Flags of our Fathers
Gladiator
Green Mile
Happy Feet
Hook
Ice Age
Interview with the Vampire
Iris
Iron Man
Last King of Scotland
Liar Liar
Little Children
Milk
Million Dollar Baby
Monsters, Inc.
Moulin Rouge!
No Country For Old Men

Pi
Pirates of the Caribbean
Pulp Fiction
Saw
Scream
Signs
Snakes on a Plane
Stardust
Swimming with Sharks
The Dark Knight
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The English Patient
The Fisher King
The Matrix
The Pianist
The Thin Red Line
The Two Towers
Traffic
Trainspotting
Walk the Line
Zodiac

So close!


(edit: oops - copy and paste fail!)



You have Iris, but not the bird carrying it?

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:44:23 PM   
britesparc


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Right, I don't want to read the thread in case of spoilers (enjoying solving them myself!), but one in particular is bugging me...

Near the graves, underneath the three high-kicking cheerleaders, there's what looks like a man curled up in a ball on the floor.  I can't quite make the picture out; is he wearing a trenchcoat?  Is it some kind of beetle-like shell?  Is that a gun beside him?  I don't know if it's even related to the cheerleaders (which I ain't solved either).

Can anyone give me a clue, please, as to what the image is, rather than the film it represents?  Ta!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:46:31 PM   
Fleur


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quote:

ORIGINAL: britesparc

Right, I don't want to read the thread in case of spoilers (enjoying solving them myself!), but one in particular is bugging me...

Near the graves, underneath the three high-kicking cheerleaders, there's what looks like a man curled up in a ball on the floor.  I can't quite make the picture out; is he wearing a trenchcoat?  Is it some kind of beetle-like shell?  Is that a gun beside him?  I don't know if it's even related to the cheerleaders (which I ain't solved either).

Can anyone give me a clue, please, as to what the image is, rather than the film it represents?  Ta!


The cheerleaders and this man are the same clue.

But the man, what he is wearing ect is largely irrelevant, its what's happening to him that is.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:46:41 PM   
Acho


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Fleur

You have Iris, but not the bird carrying it?


Wooh! Fleur, you rock!
Had vaguely wondered why they'd bother to have the flower in a bird's mouth.
I see the congratulations one does specify the cheerleaders - I never would have gotten that without this thread though.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 4:48:55 PM   
britesparc


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Fleur


quote:

ORIGINAL: britesparc

Right, I don't want to read the thread in case of spoilers (enjoying solving them myself!), but one in particular is bugging me...

Near the graves, underneath the three high-kicking cheerleaders, there's what looks like a man curled up in a ball on the floor.  I can't quite make the picture out; is he wearing a trenchcoat?  Is it some kind of beetle-like shell?  Is that a gun beside him?  I don't know if it's even related to the cheerleaders (which I ain't solved either).

Can anyone give me a clue, please, as to what the image is, rather than the film it represents?  Ta!


The cheerleaders and this man are the same clue.

But the man, what he is wearing ect is largely irrelevant, its what's happening to him that is.


Right... cheers, that'll help!  Thanks!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 5:03:49 PM   
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can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 5:08:04 PM   
Fleur


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quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 


Its to do with the numerals, not the setting

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 5:08:47 PM   
Acho


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quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 


The clue isn't to do with the film really, it's to do with the letters.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 5:09:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 


*ahem*

http://www.novaroma.org/via_romana/numbers.html

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 5:30:02 PM   
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something screwy with the site, i can't scroll to the bottom or to the right of the screen. it seems to think the centre of the screen is in the top left corner. tis quite annoying, i can't even see the clues.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 6:46:51 PM   
nclowe


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Oh Arse! I had 40 at work, did the whole 'save game' thing but now I'm back at home I cant access it! Gotta start again :(

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 6:57:06 PM   
scammell12


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quote:

ORIGINAL: nutteronabus


quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 


*ahem*

http://www.novaroma.org/via_romana/numbers.html



ok technically you are right but at least say roman numerals not just romans. or just to make it really easy you could of just said THIS IS SPARTA!!!!!!
that would of helped.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 8:11:38 PM   
Fleur


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quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

quote:

ORIGINAL: nutteronabus


quote:

ORIGINAL: scammell12

can i just say that whoever gave romans as a clue to ccc obviousley didn't watch the film. 


*ahem*

http://www.novaroma.org/via_romana/numbers.html



ok technically you are right but at least say roman numerals not just romans. or just to make it really easy you could of just said THIS IS SPARTA!!!!!!
that would of helped.



Yes, easy it would have been, very obvious, but I don't think people here wanted easy clues, more nudges in the direction

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 8:52:42 PM   
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Arg, I have 49/50 but can't get the bird carrying Iris.


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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 11:30:22 PM   
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man, i didnt get pirates of the caribbean as thats not one film, i was trying 'dead man's chest' et al et al.
Whoever thought up the star wars one has been consumed by the darkside of the force, Fiendishly difficult.

50out of 50 though. The red windmill was genius, as was 5280ft sign.

Ahh contentment like iv not felt in ages.....

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 22/5/2009 11:31:42 PM   
Merc


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quote:

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Arg, I have 49/50 but can't get the bird carrying Iris.



think of 90s revenge movie, the lead actor had a tragic accident during fiming.

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 23/5/2009 1:57:30 AM   
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Some of these are fuckin batshit hard!

Am still stuck on

the 5280 ft sign

The girl shredding books

the tiny kids.

EDIT: Just the 5280 ft sign!

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 23/5/2009 10:28:34 AM   
kevlegs

 

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Yay, Just got 50. Great Quiz

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RE: The Cryptic Canvas - 23/5/2009 12:10:38 PM   
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Just so you know, it is interview with the vampire no a vampire ;)

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