Discussion in 'Can I Play with Madness?' started by Stardust, Jan 9, 2014.
The Number of the Beast
Sheriff of Huddersfield
No, no and no.
Deja vu, since Tommy plays a cop in literally every single film he's ever in.
No, but that's a funny guess.
Hint: Both the character and the movie are important.
Age of Innocence because it sounds like Old Men yelling at people and talks about crime and murder and injustice?
That's rather crudely put, but you are very close. I had a different song in mind, though.
Nope. Knicks was really close - it is indeed about the philosophy of the movie in question and the character in the shot. In fact, the answer could be AOI. But it isn't.
(That said, I think that film's very overrated, but it was talked about a lot at the time and I wanted to have something less obscure this time)
Only the Good Die Young?
Not at all.
Angel and the gambler? Trying to think of themes/references in that film
Nope, Knicks is still the closest. In fact, he was pretty much spot on (though I would probably not put it that way), just the song was wrong.
The evil that men do?
It's the complex one, The Fugitive.
No and no. You have to look at the lyrics, not just the name.
Like I said, it just as well might have been Age of Innocence.
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