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    Para-Medic Movie FAQ
    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    by Mind-Games
    
    
    
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    I.   Updates
    II.  Introduction
    III. Basics/Overview
    IV.  Movies
    V.   Sources, Contributions, and Acknowledgements
    VI.  Legal Stuff
    
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    I. Updates
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    January 25, 2005 / v1.0 -  Date of first submission to IGN, with the FAQ
                               consisting of 19 movies, alphabetically arranged,
                               along with year of release, director, major stars,
                               genre, sourced popular and critical rating, and any
                               further comments. An Introduction section includes 
                               motivation for creating this FAQ and interest in
                               this subject. A Basics/Overview section describes
                               the content and context of the FAQ.
    
    
    May 2, 2005 / v1.1 -       So I finished the game in which I would write down
    			   all of the movies. I don't remember the exact date,
                               but it was at least a couple months ago. From the
                               prison scene onward (v1.0 posting) 12 movies were
                               written down, bringing the total to 31. I got 3 more
    			   from e-mail submissions, which I did not notice get
                               in the game. Acknowledgements are given for that.
    			   This brings the total number of movies to 34. New
                               features will be added soon.
    
    May 4, 2005 / v1.1 -       Submission to GameFaqs. My IGN name: tuncrypt, 
     			   GameFAQs name: Mind-Games.
    
    
    
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    II. Introduction
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    One of the redeeming features (if not the only redeeming feature) of Metal
    Gear Solid 3's radio system was the post-save discussions with Para-Medic.
    After exhausting her film knowledge on my first playthrough (and not paying
    much attention), I thought 'Hey, I should go see these movies someday'. And to
    do that, I'd play again, and write down all of the movies... since there were a
    lot of them. But, taking it one step further, I thought 'Hey, since I'm writing
    them all down, I might as make an easy, nifty little FAQ as well.' So that's
    what I'm doing. Being quite the avid FAQ user, I thought that I might as well
    contribute my share with something unique and useful. I know it would be for
    me. So here it is. Enjoy.
    
    
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    III. Basics/Overview
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    If you don't know already, this FAQ is about the movies that the Para-Medic 
    character talks about. After saving your game, she'll talk about a movie she
    saw and likes, in the sci-fi/war/spy/epic/western vein, released in or before
    August 1964 (when Snake Eater takes place).
    
    So how does one see this for themselves? You must be dying to know. Well,
    here's how: During the game, press the SELECT button to activate the radio. In
    this screen, press DOWN, either on the D-PAD or DUAL SHOCK analog joystick, to
    bring up a list of the people you can receive assistance from on your solo 
    sneaking mission. Using the D-PAD or DUAL SHOCK analog joystick, select one of
    these two frequencies and press the circle button to talk to Para-Medic. The
    frequencies are...
    
    
    145.73 -Here she'll talk about healing, eating, and all things mission-related.
    
    140.96 -The usual MGS saving frequency. Para-Medic is your mission data saver
            in this game. After calling and then saving, she'll initiate a
            movie-related discussion. They go along the lines of
    
            Para-Medic: "Snake, have you seen (some movie)?"
            Snake     : "Can't say I have."
            Para-Medic: "Well, it's great. It's about (what it's about). I LOVED
                         the effects. The (battle/chase/something big) at the end
                         was simply amazing. I had no idea they could recreate
                         these things. This is why you should believe in the power
                         of movies."
    
            If you don't end up saving, or she has run out of movies, her response
            will be something like "Chin up." or "I'm behind you 100%."
    
    
    Sooooo, in this FAQ you will find a list of every movie that Para-Medic talks 
    about, as well as those mentioned by other characters. Along with the names of
    movies, other information can be found here, such as year of release, director,
    actors, etc. More features will be added with each update.
    
    *Current features for each title are the year of release, director, major actors
    or actresses, genre/category (IMDb), IMDb User Rating, and Rotten Tomatoes
    critical rating.*
    
    
    
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    IV. Movies
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    **20000 Leagues Under the Sea** (1954)
    
    Director: Richard Fleischer
    Starring: Kirk Douglas, James Mason
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Family/Adventure/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.1/10 (2,544 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 91%, 10/11
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on novel by Jules Verne.
    
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    **Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein** (1948)
    
    Director: Charles Barton
    Starring: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Bela Lugosi
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Comedy/Horror/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.9/10 (2,840 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 8/8
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Alamo** (1960)
    
    Director: John Wayne
    Starring: John Wayne, Richard Warwick, Laurence Harvey, Frankie Avalon
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Action/Adventure/Drama/War/Western
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.6/10 (2,068 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 38%, 3/8
    		Rating - Rotten
    
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    **The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms** (1953)
    
    Director: Eugene Lourie
    Starring: Paul Hubschmid, Paula Raymond
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi/Horror
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.3/10 (542 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 80%, 4/5
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on story by Ray Bradbury.
    
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    **The Big Broadcast** (1932)
    
    Director: Frank Tuttle
    Starring: Bing Crosy, George Burns, Gracie Allen
    
    
    Comments: Snake actually mentions this to Para-Medic while she is talking about
              another movie.
    
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    **The Bridge on the River Kwai** (1957)
    
    Director: David Lean
    Starring: William Holden, Alec Guiness
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Adventure/Drama/War
    
    IMDb User Rating: 8.4/10 (21,530 votes), top 250 - #52
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 21/21
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Blob** (1958)
    
    Director: Irvin S. Yeaworth Jr.
    Starring: Steve McQueen
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi/ Comedy
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.0/10 (2,131 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 60%, 9/14
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **It Came from Outer Space** (1953)
    
    Director: Jack Arnold
    Starring: Richard Carlson, Barbara Rush
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.3/10 (710 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 80%, 12/15
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on story by Ray Bradbury, "The Meteor", by Ray Bradbury. In 3D.
    
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    **Creature from the Black Lagoon** (1954)
    
    Director: Jack Arnold
    Starring: Richard Carlson, Julie Adams
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Adventure/Horror/Sci-Fi/Fantasy
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.6/10 (1,885 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 77%, 10/13
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: In 3D.
    
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    **The Curse of the Werewolf** (1961)
    
    Director: Terence Fischer
    Starring: Clifford Evans, Oliver Reed
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.2/10 (360 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Not enough ratings
    
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    **Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb** (1964)
    
    Director: Stanley Kubrick
    Starring: Peter Sellers, George C. Scott, James Earl Jones
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Comedy/War
    
    IMDb User Rating: 8.7/10 (59,525 votes), top 250 - #16
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 42/42
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on novel, "Red Alert, aka Two Hours to Doom", by Peter George.
    
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    **Earth vs. The Spider** (1958)
    
    Director: Bert I. Gordon
    Starring: Ed Kemmer, June Kenney
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 3.5/10 (250 votes)
    
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    **The Fly** (1958)
    
    Director: Kurt Neumann
    Starring: Vincent Price, David Hedison
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.8/10 (2,043 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 89%, 17/19
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **For a Fistful of Dollars** (1964)
    
    Director: Serge Leone
    Starring: Clint Eastwood, Marriane Koch
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Action/Western
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.7/10 (7,943 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 96%, 22/23
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Remake of samurai classic, Yojimbo. Also known as "Per un pugno di
              dollari" and "A Fistful of Dollars".
    
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    **Forbidden Planet** (1956)
    
    Director: Fred M. Wilcox
    Starring: Walter Pidgeon, Leslie Nielsen, Anne Francis
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Drama/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.6/10 (6,401 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 16/16
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **Frankenstein** (1931)
    
    Director: James Whale
    Starring: Boris Karloff, Colin Clive, Mae Clarke
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Drama/Horror/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.9/10 (6,010 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 17/17
    		Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on novel by Mary Shelley.
    
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    **From Russia with Love** (1963)
    
    Director: Terence Young
    Starring: Sean Connery, Daniela Bianchi
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Thriller/Adventure/Action/Dram
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.3/10 (9,666 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 95%, 19/20
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Great Escape** (1963)
    
    Director: John Sturges
    Starring: Steve McQueen, James Garner, Richard Attenborough, Charles Bronson,
              James Coburn, Donald Pleasance
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Adventure/War/Action/Drama
    
    IMDb User Rating: 8.3/10 (18,659 votes), top 250 - #78
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 95%, 21/22
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: This is mentioned by Major Zero, not Para-Medic. His Virtuous Mission
              nickname of Major Tom is based off one of the tunnels they use.
              Though Zero made a bit of a mistake, as Tom was not the one they
              escaped in. Based on novel by Paul Brickhill.
    
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    **Godzilla, King of the Monsters!** (1956)
    
    Director: Terry O. Morse, Ishiro Honda
    Starring: Raymond Burr
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi/Action
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.6/10 (733 votes)
    
    Rotten Tomatoes: Reading - 86%, 12/14
                     Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Guns of Navarone** (1961)
    
    Director: J. Lee Thompson
    Starring: Gregory Peck, David Niven, Anthony Quinn
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Action/Drama/War/Adventure
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.6/10 (4,824 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 88%, 14/16
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Incredible Shrinking Man** (1957)
    
    Director: Jack Arnold
    Starring: Grant Williams, Randy Stuart
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.6/10 (1,536 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 83%, 5/6
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **Invasion of the Body Snatchers** (1956)
    
    Director: Don Siegel
    Starring: Kevin McCarthy, Dana Wynter
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi/Thriller
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.8/10 (5,264 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 21/21
    		Rating - Fresh
     
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    **Jason and the Argonauts** (1963)
    
    Director: Don Chaffey
    Starring: Todd Armstrong, Nancy Kovack, Laurence Naismith
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Action/Family/Fantasy/Adventure
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.2/10 (2,238 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 94%, 16/17
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Last War** (1961)
    
    Director: Shuei Matsubayashi
    Starring: Akira Takarada, Yuriko Hoshi, Frankie Sakai
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 5.7/10 (21 votes)
    
    Comments: Also known as "Sekai daisenso".
    
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    **The Magnificent Seven** (1960)
    
    Director: John Sturges
    Starring: Yul Brynner, Eli Wallach, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, 
              James Coburn
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Western/Adventure/Drama
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.8/10 (9,433 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 94%, 17/18
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Western-style remake of Japanese film, "Shichinin no samurai" ("Seven
              Samurai").
    
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    **My Mother was a Teenage Spider Queen from Mars**
    
    Comments: Para-Medic asks Snake, "Have you seen 'My Mother was a Teenage Spider
              Queen from Mars'?" Snake says the usual "Nope.", and Para-Medic
              replies "Neither have I." So I guess she be foolin'.
    
    	  And this along, along with 'Major Tom', are references to David
              Bowie.
    
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    **North by Northwest** (1959)
    
    Director: Alfred Hitchcock
    Starring: Cary Grant, Eva Marie Saint
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Adventure/Thriller/Mystery
    
    IMDb User Rating: 8.6/10 (35,348 votes), top 250 - #24
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 31/31
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **On the Beach** (1959)
    
    Director: Stanley Kramer
    Starring: Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire, Anthony Perkins
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Drama/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.4/10 (1,665 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 6/6
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on novel by Nevil Shute
    
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    **Plan 9 From Outer Space** (1959)
    
    Director: Ed Wood Jr.
    Starring: Bela Lugosi, Lyle Talbot
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-FI
    
    IMDb User Rating: 3.5/10 (7,482 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 56%, 10/18
                    Rating - Rotten
    
    Comment: Widely considered to be one of the worst, if not THE worst, movie of
             all time. The same goes from the director. In spite of that, many
             find a novelty "so bad it's good" quality to it. Bela Lugosi died
             during the production.
    
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    **The Quartermass Xperiment** (1955)
    
    Director: Val Guest
    Starring: Brian Donlevy, Jack Warner
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi/Thriller
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.6/10 (349 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 80%, 4/51
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **Rebecca** (1940)
    
    Director: Alfred Hitchcock
    Starring: Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Drama/Romance/Thriller/Mystery
    
    IMDb User Rating: 8.2/10 (11,902 votes), top 250 - #111
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 18/18
    		Rating - Fresh
    
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    **Them!** (1954)
    
    Director: Gordon Douglas
    Starring: James Whitmore, Edmund Gwenn, Joan Weldon
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi/Horror
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.3/10 (1,979 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 100%, 12/12
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    **The Thing From Another World** (1951)
    
    Director: Christian Nyby
    Starring: Margaret Sheridan
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror/Sci-Fi
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.2/10 (3,789 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 93%, 13/14
    		Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Also known simply as 'The Thing'.
    
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    **The Wars of the Worlds** (1953)
    
    Director: Byron Haskin
    Starring: Gene Barry, Ann Robinson
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Sci-Fi/Thriller/Drama
    
    IMDb User Rating: 7.2/10 (3,160 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 75%, 9/12
                    Rating - Fresh
    
    Comments: Based on novel by H. G. Wells.
    
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    **White Zombie** (1932)
    
    Director: Victor Halperin
    Starring: Bela Lugosi, Madge Bellamy
    
    
    IMDb Genre: Horror
    
    IMDb User Rating: 6.5/10 (624 votes)
    
    RottenTomatoes: Reading - 71%, 5/7
                    Rating - Fresh
    
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    V. Sources, Contributions, and Acknowledgements
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    IMDb Genre and IMDb User Rating are from The Internet Movie Database (IMDb). 
    http://www.imdb.com
    
    RottenTomatoes readings and ratings are from ROTTEN TOMATOES: Movies and Games,
    Reviews and Previews.
    http://www.rottentomatoes.com
    
    
    If you, the reader, have anything to add, please do. It may have to with
    
    - Inaccuracies
    - Movies I missed
    - Awards and honours the movies have won
    - Interesting tidbits (what a silly word) to add to each comment section
    
    If you point out something useful, you will get your props.
    
    E-mail me at blondeonblonde@gmail.com
    
    
    *Props
    
    Thanks to 
    
    
    grimy window (notacoincidence@hotmail.com) for:
    
    - Mentioning the Bowie references. I'm a dummy for not picking up on that
      myself!
    - Mentioning a movie I missed: "The Fly"
    
    
    S Martin (dbcross13@yahoo.com) for:
    
    - Mentioning movies I missed: "Plan 9 From Outer Space", "White Zombie".
    
    
    
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    VI. Legal Stuff
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    Except for personal or private use, do not reproduce this FAQ without my 
    expressed permission. Expressed permission may be obtained by contacting me at 
    blondeonblonde@gmail.com
    
    Right now this FAQ should only be found on these sites:
    
    http://faqs.ign.com
    http://www.gamefaqs.com
    
    
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