Friday, January 16, 2009

Sneak Peek Friday


Wow! We would like to thank Carol for going far and beyond all imagination with her amazing challenge cards... Please make sure you check out all 8 (that's right 8!!!)  of her amazing cards! She made two beautiful Arwen inspired cards that were added in a little late - so we hope youhad a chance to check them out - they are all truly gorgeous! And thank you to all who commented and played along with us... You guys are the greatest! 

This week we will also be posting multiple sneaks.... So keep checking back.. We have had a ball with the last few Fridays. All the chatting and guessing (hilarious!). We want to thank you for keeping it fun, and playing along even if you know what the film is... (you have to read Carol's guesses from last week when she was the guest designer and knew the movie! Hilarious :) !!)

Some of them might be tricky - but I am sure that we cannot stump you for long! You guys are too good!!!


COME on! and Guess with us - just leave a comment telling us what movie you think the sneak peek is from :)

Sneak Peek #1

Sneak Peek #2 

Panini grill? LOL!!!  hmmm... how about another sneak peek?

Sneak Peek #3 

hmmm... 

Last Sneak Peek for the night!







Enjoy the sneak peeks and T.G.I.F...
Brooke & Sankari

62 comments:

Ann said...

Hmmm...looks like "Attack of the Killer Panini Grill" to me.

Sankari W. said...

LMAO!!!

Brooke S said...

Way to think outside the box... Sometimes I feel that way about our Panini Grill.... Yikes the small appliances are come after us.... Mostly because where cane you put all the dang things.... You crack me up Ann!
Hug
Brooke

Anthonette said...

That's funny, Ann!

I'm going to guess it's from one of the Star Wars movies. I don't know why, but that's my guess!

Melanie said...

hmm, the grill mkes me think of machines/futuristic stuff: I have to go with Star Wars, Blade Runner or the Terminator!!(all quite a departure from the last few weeks "pic picks" LOL!

Amy, Ottawa, Canada said...

Hmmmm Castly bits, black & white, classic film, um maybe The Third Man , that's Orsen Wells in post war Vienna ... how's that for obscure guessing. First guess.

Could also be the sequel to "Attack of Killer Panini Grill, Fry-hard II" Still guessing.

Sankari W. said...

LOL!!-- FRY HARD 2 !!!! that's hilarious!!!

Ann said...

Fry-hard II---classic! :D

Ann said...

Hmmm, the b&w pic is reminding me of three movies--Hunchback of Notre Dame, Vertigo, and Roman Holiday...it's been ages since I've seen any of these, so I can't think whether it'd make sense with the first sneak peek. Very interesting, ladies...gonna have to put my drinking cap--I mean, my THINKING cap--on! ;)

Carol Dunstan said...

LOL the grill! Does that movie come after Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, after the grill is forced to cook one too many posessed tomatoes???

I have no idea on this movie... I have seen few b&w movies and own even less (I cannot think of one!). I think it is the clouds in teh sky that give it a dark, almost sinister look although I can also tell that it doesn't really have that. Seriously need my thinking cap on this week... (might put the drinking cap on too and see if it helps with the thinking!)

Ann said...

Yeah, Carol, the drinking cap will DEFINITELY help you with creative answers.

Libby Hickson said...

Sankari thanks for the super sweet comment on my blog this morning. As usual, I have NO idea what this is!! But usually I just keep the fact that I have no clue to myself... :-)

Sankari W. said...

LOL! Carol - you would have to start singing the drinking song from LOTR:

Hey! Ho! To the bottle I go.
To heal my heart and drown my woe.
Rain may fall and wind may blow,
But there still be many miles to go.


And Libby!! Welcome to the guessing game - hope everyone had a chance to check out Libby's super fun LOTR entry and Anthonette's entry too - they were posted towards the end of the comment section on the FOTR post!

We love all guesses - including Fry-Hard 2, Attack of the Killer Tomatos and Paninis Gone Wild (oh wait - that was a different movie! )... I think it might be time for another sneak peek soon! i am at work - so it would be towards the end of this hour :)

great guesses so far guys! :)

Sankari W. said...

Oh Samantha... where are you?!!! We are missing your guesses :)

Jaimee said...

hmm not sure what the movie is but i am wondering if the 'panini ' grill might be piano keys???

Carol Dunstan said...

sweet is the sound of the pouring rain...

I can't help wondering if the girls are being tricksy... b&w shots of a colour film... or a more recent film done in b&w... alas The Elephant Man is the only one I can think of that fits that bill and while I saw it recently I can't think of anything from it that matches those images

Jaimee said...

ooo i have just had a thought about the piano theory....maybe Casablanca...'play it again Sam' and all that

Sankari W. said...

Well - here is a little tidbit while I am getting ready to get off of work - the panini grill is not a piano :)

Ann said...

We know, Sankari. We've already established that it's a panini grill. ;)

Sankari W. said...

HAHAH!!!! that is hilarious Ann!!! I want that on a T-shirt! A panini grill is NOT a piano !!!

LOL!!!!

Ryemilan said...

Hey girls,

I'm lurking here and feeling like a complete failure for not having come up with a card for last week's challenge. It is KILLING me...but I still can't think where to go with it :-(...sorry!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway, I was all like...SAM...if you aren't gonna make a card, you shouldn't be guessing!!

This aside...I have no idea! I did think of Rome when I saw the second clip...but that's because I'd do anything for a hol in Italy.....I even have an Italian calendar on my desk at work.

I REALLY like Jaimee's suggestion of Casablanca...especially with the whole:

'Play it once Sam, for old time's sake'...I only know that this is the correct quote (or close to it) because I was watching something recently that detailed misquoted quotes!...Other wise it'd be Play it again Sam...which is equally fitting methinks.

Also, the second clip could easily be Morrocan architecture, however, I am having a HUGE amount of trouble fitting the killer Panini Grill into ANY movie ;-), let alone Roman Holiday or Casblanca!

...and then there's the whole idea of tricksy people! Are you tricksy people Brooke and Sankari?

Gonna go have a big bowl of fruit salad for brekky and see if the anything else springs to mind!

Sam.

PS. I am also wondering if you called me Samantha Sankari, to draw our attention away from the word 'Sam'...which may lead us to Casablanca ;-).

Ann said...

I was thinking that the "grill" might be some kind of slatted roof, but then again, you had one of those for "Mamma Mia," so the question is would you try that again for a sneak peek??? You tricksy girls just might!

Ryemilan said...

PS. That Panini grill looks a bit like jail cell bars to me...although they could be a tad too close together.

Is this a bad thing? Comparing a Panini Grill to cell bars? Is it gonna come attack me?

;-)
Sam.

Ann said...

Sam, I was thinking prison bars, too! It's the last scene of "Attack" when the grills are put away once and for all...or are they??? *insert spooky music here*

Ryemilan said...

Ann, you are on to something! This'd be why the bars have to be so close together!! Those Panini grills can be very tricksy when they go sideways...they'd slip right through ordinary prison bars.

OMG...we are soooooooo clever!

Sam.

Sankari W. said...

My fellow co-workers are giving me a few looks - as I read your remarks!! Seriously biting my lip over here!!! Oh - Sam/antha :) you are too cute!! Of course you should guess silly!! We love your guesses - it wouldn't be a Friday Sneak Peek without it!!

Okay - back to work - will post the next sneak peek within the next 1/2 hour!!

You guys are awesome!!!

PS - Sam/antha you should incorporate the panini grill into your screenplay with the wood beams and light :)

PPS - We aren't tricksy..... really :)

Ann said...

Sankari, I think the panini thing has potential all its own. We could do a whole series on appliances gone mad (And you know Hollywood loves a good sequel!). The panini grills would only be the start. Think of the possibilities--can openers, toasters, blenders--lots of opportunities for a horror series here.

Ryemilan said...

'Wood Beams, Light and Panini Grills' a romantic comedy, action, horror film adapted from the CSCC blog for screen by Sam/antha and Sankari.
Starring Keanu Reeves...a gentle, lonely carpenter and woodsman; Drew Barrymore...a lovely, quirky, crafting, ray of sunshine on a dark cloudy day; Padre the psychotic killer panini grill and Sam/antha...the owner of the local crafting wonderland (stop by and see her...you will want to fill up on all your crafting dream goodies).

THIS SCRIPT IS GOING PLACES SANKARI! I am sure that when Drew reads you blog today...there will be a little email from her production company coming our way.

Sam.

Carol Dunstan said...

no... I think you'd get the tricksy stuff if it was me posting the sneaks! (mind you, I am responsible for the Young Einstein hair and sunlight through the trees by the Silverlode and NOT the Argonath picture, so make of that what you will!).

I too thought of Casablanca, and without watching the whole thing again I checked the mosque tower thing and the pattern doesn't match. But that tower is the best thing we have to go on so far...

looking forward to the next sneak, then I might have a clue!

Sankari W. said...

Sneak Peek #3 is posted - I won't be around for till dinner and will post the next one then ---

have fun ladies - can't wait to read your comments when i come back :)

hugs
Sankari :)

Ryemilan said...

oh, oh, oh...I can see a lady in a light sweater top through that mesh.

They resorted to mesh, after they worked out the Panini Grill could still slip through the bars. But its hopeless...the Grill is still gonna get her...run lady, run!

Sam.

Ann said...

I don't know if I should even share what I'm thinking about that third pic...it looks like a woman just opened her robe--you can just see her stomach, but...

I will probably laugh my head off when I see the full picture and realize how wrong I was!

Ryemilan said...

I can't see any tummy Ann :-(.

I think the lady has her left arm bent up to her face..but the shot is cut off around her neck (that could be because Sankari didn't want to gross us out with a lady who'd had her head snapped off by a rampant panini grill)...or it could be that the lady is holding a cigarette to her mouth, or a big juicy apple, or maybe she is gasping in horror because she is watching the panini grill cook a killer tomato...and she is appalled!

Sam.

Ann said...

Sam, I am dying here! LOLOLOL!!!!

Ryemilan said...

OH NOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooo

Did the grill get you too Ann?

That's horrible! RUN, run for your life.

;-)

Ann said...

It's too late for me--save yourselves!

Jaimee said...

okay so not a piano ..i am thinking prison bars, black and white...maybe To kill a Mockingbird??? i havent seen it in YEARS so i cant remember any of the specific sets??

..you girls are funny i will never look at panini or pianos the same way again! lol

Brooke S said...

We have a lot of hungry girls with Panini grill and tomatoes on the brain... Go eat dinner , Lunch what ever meal it is on what ever continent you live on... You are making me major hungry... What's for dinner???

Maybe I should have a "SAM..wich".... Love ya Samantha....

You all totally ROCK!!!

Carol Dunstan said...

I realised while out shopping I should check for other towers in Casablanca... To Kill a Mocking Bird has also crossed my mind (I saw the book in Borders this morning... alass no Eclipse) but I have never seen it (I know - the SHAME!)... but I see exposed wooden beams on a highly slanted roof (attic?), a stone tower and a woman standing outside a chicken coop. And my sub falling apart... oh wait that's just the killer tomatoes escapin...

Amy, Ottawa, Canada said...

Oh my. I'm thinking that last foggy picture could be the top of a fedora ... maybe Casablanca, yes Carol, but I can't place the building ... hmmm will keep thinking. My brain is still frozen from the hockey rink & dance studio running around with kids.
Side Note: Good Valentine movie: Casablanca, DH & I went to Repetoire Theatre to see that when we were dating.

Sherri said...

I'm thinking it's Casablanca - that last picture looks like their hats with mist in the background - so the last scene of Casablanca is my vote!!

Gotta go though - my hubby hurt his leg which cancelled out our date night since it hurts to bear weight right now - so I'm making a date at home, we're going to watch a movie on tv, have some wine and I'm making an epicure warm cheese dip that needs to come out of the oven soon:)

...this could be the start of a beautiful evening at home:)

Sankari W. said...

Hi Ladies! Wow - I sure missed a lot since my last comment - I am on my way to make tomorrow's card - I have been so late starting them - sheesh!!! but I am sooo glad that i waited because I can now make sure I have a panini maker in it and of course some tomatoes too...

i know - i will make a card with a panini maker behind bars singing to a lone tomato on the chicken coop...

wow - Brooke just posted the last sneak peek - and I can honestly say - that I don't even know what part of the movie its from...

it will be fun to see what you guys think tomorrow - when we show the whole picture of the sneak peeks!!!

ps - have I mentioned - that you guys are the best!!!??!!!

Diana Gibbs said...

how about Young Frankenstein?

Melanie said...

okay, i never would have though from a 2 milimeter stip of a movie frame I would gess a movie, but those hat brims looks like Casablanca to me!!!! :) 9 irwrote this BEFORE I checked the other guesses, and see others agree!)

Libby Hickson said...

For about a minute I thought I had it - Rebel Without a Cause - thought maybe that tower was on the planetarium - but looked at some photos I took when we visited LA, and doesn't seem to be it. :D (I told you, I am no good at guessing these!!) BTW you all are soooo funny!!!

Ann said...

What kind of a sneak peek is that last one? I have NO idea what that is, you tricky girls!

Sankari W. said...

I know - that is a classic Brooke sneak peek - i have no idea where that one is from in the movie either!

Sankari W. said...

and Libby - so glad you are over here guessing!
;)

Ryemilan said...

WOT??!!! I'm having trouble with that last sneak micro-nano-shred of a peekette ;-).

I don't think we can rule out anything based on that!!!

Brooke, I followed your advice. I went and had my lunch...a lovely fresh bread roll with pate and no Tomato (I'm giving my tomato plants a wide berth today...they actually ARE attack tomatoes, they have gotten so big that yesterday they fell over, dragging their wicker trellis thing with them. Hubby has had to drill a bolt into a brick wall to restrain them)...so you see, killer tomatoes are really not a subject to joke about in this house!

I'm all out of ideas here. I went and looked up a pic of the Spanish steps in Rome..in case it was Roman Holiday, and I can say with some certainty that the second pic is not one of the towers on top of the church at the top of the Spanish steps. So you can all rest easy! It may, however, be one of the other 95.4 million church towers in Italy, that I did not look up...

SIGH! I am going to go do some gardening. Have a nice afternoon/night/sleep :-).

Sam.

Ann said...

Soooo...we've established there is possibly some type of grill/prison scene, taking place somewhere at a cathedral in Europe, with a woman in a sweater and a man in a fedora, in the fog...this sounds like a game of CLUE! Miss Scarlet in the library with a lead pipe...

To sum up: we know nothing.

Adela said...

Sankari, I think you've been drinking too much cocoa and it's making you choose the worst parts of each picture. Can you add another 1/2" to each please? OK...my feelings tell me it's a Hitchcock movie and I'm feeling a little vertigo and San Francisco is still my home where it was filmed... my wild guess is Vertigo.

Carol Dunstan said...

ok, I have actually SEEN some of Casablanca, but not all of it (I know - the SHAME!) so as well as trying to find that tower I've been refreshing my memory (instead fo the Red Dwarf version) so to you tube you go...

1:06...

Anthonette said...

I'm going to take a new guess and say it's Citizen Kane. I think it's Roger Ebert's favorite movie of all time. I had a VHS copy of it and I never opened it. I gave it away recently.

Erica said...

Roman Holiday? I know I know that second sneek peak. There is something so familiar about it.

Sankari W. said...

HI Anthonette and Erika!! Love your guesses!! It's so great to know someone else is up right now :)

waving hello!!! :)

Sankari W. said...

sorry to mis-spell your name --- Erica ! is what I meant to write :)

Zarna said...

Is it roman holiday?
Don't know what triggered it but that's what i thought of as soon as I saw the pics

Zarna said...

PS if my guess isn't right I'm voting for attack of the killer panini grill lol

Sankari W. said...

I am with you Zarna! LOL! I think whomever can incorporate a Panini Grill into their card for this movie challenge - should get extra points!! See you all in a few hours - off to bed !

Ryemilan said...

SANKARI! What are you doing up at 1:30am?

Can't wait to see what the movie is tomorrow.

I'm kinda hoping it is Roman Holiday Zarna, but I have a feeling its Casablanca.

See you tomorrow girls.
Sam.

Zarna said...

Oooh, casablanca!!!
I would love an excuse to watch that!

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