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{{about|email describing movie theater experiences}} {{for-nothe|a list of movies within the [[Homestar Runner universe]]|Electronic Media and Film#Movies}} {{for|email describing movie genres|rated}} {{for|email about Strong Bad narrating movies|narrator}}
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{{about|email describing movie theater experiences}} {{for|email describing movie genres|rated}} {{for|email about Strong Bad narrating movies|narrator}}
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[[Image:The movies.png|thumb|"Good eef-ening, Bontilda.  Forty-twone will be on your lest."]]
[[Image:The movies.png|thumb|"Good eef-ening, Bontilda.  Forty-twone will be on your lest."]]
Strong Bad's annoyance with fellow moviegoers builds to an explosive climax.
Strong Bad's annoyance with fellow moviegoers builds to an explosive climax.
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' {{Film|Strong Bad}}, {{Film|The Cheat}}, {{Film|Senor Cardgage}}, {{Film|Pom Pom}}, {{Film|Coach Z}}, {{Film|Strong Sad}}, {{Film|The King of Town}}, {{Film|The Knight}}, {{Film|The Hornblower}}, {{Film|The Blacksmith}}, {{Film|Homestar Runner}}
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' {{Film|Strong Bad}}, {{Film|The Cheat}}, {{Film|Senor Cardgage}}, {{Film|Pom Pom}}, {{Film|Coach Z}}, {{Film|Strong Sad}}, {{Film|The King of Town}}, [[The Knight]], [[The Hornblower]], [[The Blacksmith]], {{Film|Homestar Runner}}
'''Places:''' [[Computer Room]], [[The Movie Theater]], [[The Field]] (Easter egg)
'''Places:''' [[Computer Room]], [[The Movie Theater]], [[The Field]] (Easter egg)
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' And that brings me to the little girl behind me who wouldn't shut up.
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' And that brings me to the little girl behind me who wouldn't shut up.
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''{Pan behind Strong Bad, Homestar Runner is standing there, wearing a Viking helmet.}''
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''{Pan behind Strong Bad, Homestar Runner is standing there, wearing a viking helmet.}''
'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' ''{singing}'' Ever and more! Ever and more! Ever and more!
'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' ''{singing}'' Ever and more! Ever and more! Ever and more!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' This is the kind of person that likes to talk to the movie. But not in the usual ''{Homestar mouths Strong Bad's words}'' "Don't go in there!" or ''{Homestar mouths Strong Bad's words again}'' "Oh no he di'n't!" type of way. He just... makes small talk with the characters, and chit-chat.
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{voiceover}'' This is the kind of person that likes to talk to the movie. But not in the usual ''{Homestar mouths Strong Bad's words}'' "Don't go in there!" or ''{Homestar mouths Strong Bad's words again}'' "Oh no he di'n't!" type of way. He just... makes small talk with the characters, and chit-chat.
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''{Cut through white to some time in the movie. Homestar is sitting on his seat, with the Viking helmet on the seat next to him.}''
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''{Cut through white to some time in the movie. Homestar is sitting on his seat, with the viking helmet on the seat next to him.}''
'''MOVIE:''' ''{voiceover}'' Well, I figured out their plan.
'''MOVIE:''' ''{voiceover}'' Well, I figured out their plan.
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*The slashes on the bazooka in the "Be Considerate" ad are a common mark on guns, tanks, and war ships to show how many kills they've made.
*The slashes on the bazooka in the "Be Considerate" ad are a common mark on guns, tanks, and war ships to show how many kills they've made.
*A [[Wikipedia:Stevedore|stevedore]] is a person who works at or is responsible for loading and unloading ships in port.
*A [[Wikipedia:Stevedore|stevedore]] is a person who works at or is responsible for loading and unloading ships in port.
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*The Knight, The Hornblower, and The Blacksmith are playing instruments as if they were in a [[Wikipedia:Mariachi|mariachi band]].
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*[[The Knight]], [[The Hornblower]], and [[The Blacksmith]] are playing instruments as if they were in a [[Wikipedia:Mariachi|mariachi band]].
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*"[[Wikipedia:Bacon number|Bacon number]]" refers to the number of degrees of separation an actor has from actor [[Wikipedia:Kevin Bacon|Kevin Bacon]]. This, in turn, stems from the [[Wikipedia:Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon|Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon]] game that was popular in the early 1990s.
===Trivia===
===Trivia===
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*[[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]]'s [[Cool Shades]] in the poster have three lenses, relating to it being the third film. The number "3" is also visible, reflected in the center lens.
*[[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]]'s [[Cool Shades]] in the poster have three lenses, relating to it being the third film. The number "3" is also visible, reflected in the center lens.
*The summary for the [[Podstar Runner]] RSS feed reads, "Strong Bad rants about why he hates fellow moviegoers."
*The summary for the [[Podstar Runner]] RSS feed reads, "Strong Bad rants about why he hates fellow moviegoers."
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*The [[YouTube]] description for this email is "Strong Bad describes how annoying moviegoers can be."
 
===Remarks===
===Remarks===
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===Inside References===
===Inside References===
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*This is the third email in a row that mentions [[DNA Evidence (running gag)|DNA evidence]].
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*This is the third email in a row that mentions [[DNA evidence (running gag)|DNA evidence]].
*This email features another pronunciation of the word "program" as [[progrum]].
*This email features another pronunciation of the word "program" as [[progrum]].
*Two of the movie posters are for ''[[King Bubsgonzola Supreme]]'' (based on [[unnatural]]) and ''[[dangeresque 3|Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]'' (with no predetermined release date).
*Two of the movie posters are for ''[[King Bubsgonzola Supreme]]'' (based on [[unnatural]]) and ''[[dangeresque 3|Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]'' (with no predetermined release date).
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**The King Bubsgonzola Supreme poster was an Easter egg in [[unnatural]].
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**The King Bubsgonzola Supreme poster was an Easter Egg in [[unnatural]].
*Strong Bad originally said in [[stunt double]] that Dangeresque 3 would come out in June 2004, hence the first crossed out date. The other three dates are of major releases: [[Stinkoman 20X6]], [[Senorial Day]], and [[Strongest Man in the World]], respectively.
*Strong Bad originally said in [[stunt double]] that Dangeresque 3 would come out in June 2004, hence the first crossed out date. The other three dates are of major releases: [[Stinkoman 20X6]], [[Senorial Day]], and [[Strongest Man in the World]], respectively.
*"Film school" was first mentioned in [[Puppets on the Road]].
*"Film school" was first mentioned in [[Puppets on the Road]].
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*"Hi-YA!" is an example of [[Lowercase i's]].
*Strong Bad's "Told you I could do it," refers to his habit of mangling the [[Strong Bad Email By Name of Sender|emailer's name]] and/or [[Strong Bad Email By Place|address]], which he doesn't do this time.
*Strong Bad's "Told you I could do it," refers to his habit of mangling the [[Strong Bad Email By Name of Sender|emailer's name]] and/or [[Strong Bad Email By Place|address]], which he doesn't do this time.
*The voice heard during the trivia screens and during the first movie clip is the same voice heard narrating the [[The Strong Badian Administration of Some Aluminum Foil|SBASAF]] filmstrip.
*The voice heard during the trivia screens and during the first movie clip is the same voice heard narrating the [[The Strong Badian Administration of Some Aluminum Foil|SBASAF]] filmstrip.
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*The [[Wikipedia:Brat Pack (movies)|Brat Pack]] refers to a group of actors that rose to fame in the 1980s by starring in several teen-oriented movies, such as ''[[Wikipedia:The Breakfast Club|The Breakfast Club]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:St. Elmo's Fire (film)|St. Elmo's Fire]]''.
*The [[Wikipedia:Brat Pack (movies)|Brat Pack]] refers to a group of actors that rose to fame in the 1980s by starring in several teen-oriented movies, such as ''[[Wikipedia:The Breakfast Club|The Breakfast Club]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:St. Elmo's Fire (film)|St. Elmo's Fire]]''.
*[[Wikipedia:Spencer Tracy|Spencer Tracy]] was a two-time [[Wikipedia:Academy Awards|Academy Award]]-winning film actor.
*[[Wikipedia:Spencer Tracy|Spencer Tracy]] was a two-time [[Wikipedia:Academy Awards|Academy Award]]-winning film actor.
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*Strong Bad's "Ebert" comment refers to [[Wikipedia:Roger Ebert|Roger Ebert]], the long time film critic for the ''Chicago Sun-Times'' who gained fame as co-host of a film review series with [[Wikipedia:Gene Siskel|Gene Siskel]].
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*Strong Bad's "Ebert" comment refers to [[Wikipedia:Roger Ebert|Roger Ebert]], a Chicago-based movie critic.
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*"[[Wikipedia:Bacon number|Bacon number]]" refers to the number of degrees of separation an actor has from actor [[Wikipedia:Kevin Bacon|Kevin Bacon]]. This, in turn, stems from the [[Wikipedia:Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon|Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon]] game that was popular in the early 1990s.
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*The song Strong Bad "sings" before firing the bazooka is the "[[Wikipedia:Nokia tune|Nokia tune]]," based on a guitar work called "[http://www.nokia.com/BaseProject/Sites/NOKIA_MAIN_18022/CDA/Categories/AboutNokia/Company/InFocus/RingingtheChanges/_Content/_Static_Files/granvals_26s1-180kb.wav Gran Vals]".
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*The song Strong Bad "sings" before firing the bazooka uses the rhythm of the "[[Wikipedia:Nokia tune|Nokia tune]]", based on a guitar work called "Gran Vals". The song has been used as the default ringtone on mobile phones produced by the Finnish electronics company [[Wikipedia:Nokia|Nokia]] since the 1990s.
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*[[IMDB:nm0005561|Luke Wilson]] is an American film actor.
*[[IMDB:nm0005561|Luke Wilson]] is an American film actor.
*''[[Wikipedia:The Battleship Potemkin|The Battleship Potemkin]]'' was an influential silent film about the [[Wikipedia:Russian battleship Potemkin|Battleship ''Potemkin'' uprising]].
*''[[Wikipedia:The Battleship Potemkin|The Battleship Potemkin]]'' was an influential silent film about the [[Wikipedia:Russian battleship Potemkin|Battleship ''Potemkin'' uprising]].
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*The "Ice Cold Refreshment" trivia and red background refer to [[Coca-Cola]]-themed games shown before a film to entertain the moviegoers.
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*The "Ice Cold Refreshment" trivia and red background refer to [[Wikipedia: Coca-Cola|Coca-Cola]] themed games shown before a film to entertain the moviegoers.
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*[[Wikipedia:Milk Duds|Milk Duds]] are a brand of chocolate-covered caramel candy produced by The Hershey Company.
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*[[Wikipedia: Milk Duds|Milk Duds]] are a type of caramel candy.
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*Tabasco is both [[Wikipedia:Tabasco|a state in Mexico]] as well as the trademark name for a brand of [[Wikipedia:Tabasco sauce|hot pepper sauce]] that has since become a [[Wikipedia:genericized trademark|genericized trademark]] for hot sauce.
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*Tabasco is both [[Wikipedia:Tabasco|a state in Mexico]] as well as the trademark name for a brand of [[Wikipedia:Tabasco sauce|hot pepper sauce]] that has since become a [[Wikipedia: genericized trademark|genericized trademark]] for hot sauce.
===Fast Forward===
===Fast Forward===
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*The DNA scene would be revisited in the big toon [[DNA Evidence]]. In another scene of the toon, Strong Sad comments that the evidence [[Marzipan]] found looks "just like in the movies".
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*The DNA scene would be revisited in the big toon [[DNA Evidence]]. In another scene of the toon, Strong Sad comments that the evidence [[Marzipan]] found looks "just like in the movies."
*Homestar Runner's "Ever and More" song would later be revealed to be the official chant of the [[Broternal Order of Different Helmets]] in the short [[Ever and More!]], in which he once again wears the [[horned helmet]].
*Homestar Runner's "Ever and More" song would later be revealed to be the official chant of the [[Broternal Order of Different Helmets]] in the short [[Ever and More!]], in which he once again wears the [[horned helmet]].
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective|Dangeresque 3]] would finally be released as a part of [[Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People]].
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective|Dangeresque 3]] would finally be released as a part of [[Strong Bad's Cool Game For Attractive People]].
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'''MIKE:''' You...
'''MIKE:''' You...
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'''HOMESTAR:''' Sometimes I go... and I s—I wear... my Viking helmet.
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'''HOMESTAR:''' Sometimes I go... and I s—I wear... my viking helmet.
'''MIKE:''' Oh, that's right. An—
'''MIKE:''' Oh, that's right. An—

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