• 3 Dec 5th, 2017 at 11:11AM
    Lastest Reply: 6th Dec, 2017 01:19:46 AM
    There's this movie about this guy and his nephew (whose autistic) does anyone know the name of that movie? Reply

      This isn't much information. Do you remember any other details of the film? (e.g. where and when did it take place, what year do you remember seeing it, do you remember any particular scenes, etc.)

      The part where the guy tells his nephew that his artist mother died at an airstrip and where the boy's babysitter gets caught by the guy.

      Fielder's Choice
  • 3 Dec 6th, 2017 at 12:12AM
    Lastest Reply: 6th Dec, 2017 01:04:46 AM
    Hi... So, this might be a bit of a challenge and it has been bugging me for a while now. I remember watching this anime when I was younger, it wasn't on TV so I can't really tell any channel, I downloaded it from a website... I think it was around 2000 and something.

    What I remember: There was 3 main characters, a girl and two guys (one dark haired and one blonde, I think), the two guys were protecting or escorting the girl somewhere. The guy with black hair didn't talk much and the blonde haired guy was very friendly and talkative (And he later betrays them). They used this black robots to fight (something like a mecha, but not very big) and I remeber this scene where, after one of the fights the black haired guy is sitting in the robot with the cockpit open and tears are coming from his eyes... One guy said that it was a sign he could be trusted since when you pilot these robots there's a lot of emotions flowing (?). Other scene I remember is some kind of explosion happening and the black haired guy protecting the girl from incoming debris, he got a scar on his back after that. And lastly, I think later was revealed that there's was something related to actual children brains being used in the making of these robots, which was the explanation about all the emotions you feel when you pilot them Anyways... It's a long shot, but I really wanted to remeber the anime and I can't find anything about it. Thanks in advance Reply
  • 3 Dec 3rd, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 6th Dec, 2017 12:57:18 AM
    I don't remember if this was a movie or a tv show. There was some kind of voting and only one person didn't agree. Then someone said that he want it to be an unanimous decision and that last person raised his hand reluctantly. Probably that one person was a main character. Any thoughts? Thank you in advance. Reply

      That sounds like the end of Twelve Angry Men.

      This happened in one of the season 5 episodes of Lost.

      Do you remember anything else? When did you see it, what might the genre have been?
  • 1 Dec 5th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 11:24:14 PM
    So there's this clip of some dude feeling up a girls skirt(and it's from an anime) and he goes 'what's this? i can feel a bulge...' and the person who looked to be a girl goes 'i'm a boy. you know?' Any clue what that's from? Sorry to bother// Reply
  • 1 Jul 9th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 09:24:25 PM
    I'm looking for an electronic, alternative-rock type song. It reminds me a bit of "Somebody Told Me" by the Killers. I only ever hear it at my workplace, where I can't use Shazam, and the only lyrics I can remember from the chorus are "you and me", "tell you how I feel", and "what is real". Googling these lyrics has given me nothing so far. Reply
  • 1 Nov 23rd, 2017 at 2:02AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 08:34:16 PM
    I'm posting this under Western Animation since there's a good chance this series is an import, though it may not be...I remember browsing the Japanese Cartoon Network site in 2005 or 2006 and scrolling through the menu of show icons across the top. Because the site lists not only series currently airing but numerous individual specials and movies, this menu goes on for an incredibly long time, and several series/characters showed up in multiple icons as I scrolled. One such group of characters were a bunch (maybe as many as ten within the frame after I clicked through) of incredibly bizarre-looking, almost frightening CGI household objects with facial features. I'm almost certain they were all electrical appliances, and one (maybe a TV) was decidedly larger than the rest. All of them had sprawling, creepy, open-mouthed smiles. I wasn't able to view any clips, just the stills; but I could tell the CGI wasn't very polished and the characters looked more like renders than a final product. It was absolutely nothing close to A Little Curious; these characters nearly looked like they wanted to hurt you (think much more along the lines of the "It's a B-Movie" sequence in The Brave Little Toaster). Apparently this bunch starred in more than one feature: maybe a series and a special, or multiple specials (and as stated earlier, it's likely this was an acquired property since many other oddballs were, and still are, part of their program list). Would love to finally know their identity after over ten years of being haunted... Reply
  • 0 Dec 5th, 2017 at 8:08PM
    Western Animation
    There is a song from a cartoon from the mid 90s that I have had stuck in my head ever since I heard it. I believe the main character was a black kid and in this episode I think he was being made fun of by an uncle or family member. From what I remember he made some sort of downhill go-cart that he was racing. The lyrics that I have stuck in my head are "knobby knees, aerosol cheese". Reply
  • 2 Dec 5th, 2017 at 10:10AM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 06:00:18 PM
    I remember seeing a live action movie probably from the 80s or 90s where someone communicated with ghosts using a children's toy phone. Probably something family friendly and not r rated because I saw it with my parents, but we had the exact toy phone in the movie and it creeped me out for awhile. The phone was one of those Fisher Price rotary ones like this:

    http://www.tvtropess.org/2007/12/fisher-price-cl.html Reply

      That sounds like the "Long Distance Call" episode of The Twilight Zone. Billy Mumy talks with the ghost of his dead grandmother. That was in black and white and I'm trying to see if it was ever re-made, but I'm coming up blank.

      Poltergeist II: The Other Side?
  • 0 Dec 5th, 2017 at 5:05PM
    the one part of this show which i remember the best is that in the middle they will add another family member which was the black sheep of the family. two families in different sets compete to see who will end up spending the least amount of money. each of them are given two options, the cheaper one and the more expensive one. they can do challenges to earn money. there was this christmas special involving eggnog and i think mealworms? this show has been on my mind for years and i still can turn remember what it is. Reply
  • 2 Dec 5th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 05:01:22 PM
    An animated movie where two kids are given a snowflake and asked to go to another dimension/ world. They have to get back before their snowflake melts, Along the way they meet snow white and she has some sort of a north eastern accent I believe. They also meet other fairytale characters and at the end all of the characters are there in some large room. Some witch shows up and they decide to let her in at the end. Reply

      Christmas in Cartoontown?

      YES!!! Thank you!

  • 9 Nov 26th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 02:21:54 PM
    This is my third attempt to find two works that I've been itching to reunite with, if possible.

    1. This one is a Chinese cartoon I saw on a Chinese TV channel called CCTV-4 once. It starred animals who know martial arts; it may or may not have had to do with the Chinese zodiac. In the one episode I saw, I blatantly remember a character saying "damned cat" (by the way, CCTV-4 presents their shows with English subtitles). It's obviously not Kung-Fu Panda or its various rip-offs (such as Chop Kick Panda), nor is it Kung-Fu Masters of the Zodiac (which has human characters in it; the show I saw had a cast comprised entirely of animals, it didn't have a single human in it or anything).

    2. This one is a video game; for the life of me, I cannot figure out if this was just a dream I had or a real game. In the video game, the player character had to go through levels that looked like a long, continuous tunnel, almost similar to tunnels that ants in an ant farm would make; said tunnel occasionally loop-de-looped, if I remember correctly. The game had a world map that was a big grassy island with a mountain on it. It's not Dig-Dug or SimAnt.

    UPDATE: Come to think of it, I'm pretty sure the video game mentioned here was just a dream. I just realized that I blatantly remember waking up from it, which leaves that Chinese cartoon as the only thing mentioned here that I know for a fact is real. Disregard the info on the video game, mmkay?

    Please help, these have been bugging me for a while now! Any help would be appreciated! Thanks! Reply

      Was it Sagwa?

      Might the second one be Yoshi's Island? I think there were a few levels like that and the world map was similar.

      The Chinese cartoon wasn't Sagwa, nor was the video game Yoshi's Island. Thanks for your help, though!

      I have not been there but try the subreddit for Chinese animation. Perhaps they could help

      We'll see what I can do concerning the Chinese animation subreddit.


      Blind guess, not a Chinese animation: Skunk Fu?

      Nope, it's not Skunk Fu. Thanks for your help, though!

  • 1 Dec 5th, 2017 at 10:10AM
    Print Comic
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 12:36:00 PM
    Could someone tell me any marvel,dc or image comics which involve a character going unconscious via a bump to the head then having a wizard of oz like dream if you could list some that would be great thanks Reply
  • 1 Dec 5th, 2017 at 10:10AM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 11:15:20 AM
    im looking for the name of a recent series about a small team of 4/5 persons that help people through talking and investigating


      Could this be the Tim Roth series "Lie to Me"?
  • 1 Dec 4th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 10:20:17 AM
    I saw a badly made movie once, and I don't remember how or where, but I'd like to be able to track down the name of it if possible. As I recall, a young adult or teen, along with some of his friends, get their hands on a new piece of military technology. It's a special pair of heat vision goggles. Once he puts them on, he can't take them off again, so he can only see heat, and not light. Then, at some point, the goggles turn invisible. They all go on some kind of adventure, and the goggles are both an advantage and an obstacle, so he and his friends have to help each other out. At some point, as he is failing to get used to seeing only heat, I remember him saying in a half-crazed voice, "I am at one with the UNIVERSE!"

    Any ideas? Reply

      Hmm. I wonder if this could be a late-seventies movie called "Laserblast" which I remember very little about. I had read about it in Starlog magazine which I believe falsely reported that Mark Hamill was the star, and therefore I watched it when it was listed to air a short time later on New York's Channel 9, discovering it did have Roddy Mc Dowall in a supporting role. But the main (Mark Hamill replacement?) role was a blonde-haired boy named Kim Milford who sadly passed away at an early age. I don't recall the night vision glasses, but the storyline was similar to what you say.
  • 2 Dec 4th, 2017 at 1:01PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 10:12:55 AM
    In the mid to late sixties, I recall two Saturday morning cartoon series that are seemingly not acknowledged in any online listings of animated shows that aired at that time, and may be totally ftvtropess.orgotten aside from my brother and myself. One involved the adventures of a man, boy, horse and dog as they traveled in a car tire. The second series from the same era involved the adventures of a little boy and his teddy bear-like friend. Can anyone provide an acknowledgment of the same memory, or any other lead to solve these questions? Reply

      Could the second one have been Corduroy? I have no clue about the first one.

      Thanks, but that was a 2000 show, and I'm talking about two shows somewhere from 1965 to 1970. They could have been dubbed imports.
  • 10 Nov 18th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 08:03:53 AM
    I remember watching an advertisement for this show when it was on the ION network in 2011. One episode has a quick time change shot of the past smiling mother lifting her smiling toddler (a boy), both had brown hair, Lily Rush (not Roz sorry) was standing next to the mother looking up at the child also smiling, change to present adult son with his older mother. Does anyone know this episode? Thanks. I know I did not imagine it. Reply



      Please help.

      Bump. Please.

      I think it might of just been a bumper that featured a collage of scenes from various episodes in the series.

      I meant which episode. I know it is Cold Case, but which episode was that clip from.

      Should I describe it again?

      I just looked at various promos on You-tube of Cold Case as I saw on ION Network, nothing. It could have been an ending, because of the flashbacks. I do not know the song. All I remember is the mother picking her son up (both smiling) and Lilly Rush standing beside the mother, both the mother and son had brown hair. We see the son on the left and the mother and Lilly Rush on the right. It then switches to the much older mother (she had grayish hair) hugging her handcuffed son, they were seen in a building (same building as in flashback). I think he was handcuffed or about to be arrested. No, it is not Maternal Instincts. Does anyone know this episode? Please. I do not mean to be so annoying with this, it was just a heartfelt scene and I would want to match the title, thanks in advance.

      Bump. I asked this on Reedit, since no one is reply, don't know why. No one has responded yet, but I just asked yesterday.

      Bump. I am starting to think no one here ever watched the show before.
  • 1 Dec 4th, 2017 at 6:06PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 07:28:01 AM
    There is this series of VHS tapes I remember checking out from the library All The Time growing up. The main character was this goofy green dragon who sang about his daily routine. The only visual I remember of it is him sitting in his bed singing with a felt window to the side of him. The objects in his room (i.e. his clock, phone, etc) are sentient puppets who converse with him. I don't believe there are ever real life people involved, but all the characters are puppeteered. Please help! The mascot of my library was a dragon so I always associated it with my library, but I doubt they produced it. Thank you! Reply
  • 0 Dec 5th, 2017 at 4:04AM
    Western Animation
    I don't remember many details but: A cartoon - I think it's American - about a family that lives in the suburbs and they variously deal with problems. What I remember is that they had Hungarian sheepdog (on of those mop-looking big dogs that was white).The colors of the show overall were quite muted and favored pastels. I used to watch it in the early 2000s and though I watched it with other Nickelodeon shows I did't watch it directly on Nick. I know it isn't much but... Reply
  • 1 Dec 4th, 2017 at 7:07PM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 03:54:09 AM
    There was a cartoon, and I think they were emotions. I remember one being like hugging or something, they had like a face, and arms and legs and they were like blue and pink and green and other colors I think it was on cartoon Network, but I could be wrong. One was a hugger (i think he was green) and the female character was pink. I can't recall if they talked or not, I want to say mid 2000's Reply
  • 1 Dec 5th, 2017 at 2:02AM
    Lastest Reply: 5th Dec, 2017 02:07:44 AM
    OK. The show involved this guy piloting a small mecha in a setting with a bunch of floating islands. I renember that the same mecha came to try and either kill or kindap him, and that he left his mother or some other female relative behind. The bad guys had some kind of floating brick wall ship (not actually a brick wall, I renember it looked a lot like one) and the show was definately a dubbed anime. It aired on channel 3 of the Australian Broadcasting Company, back during the Roller Coaster era. I've been trying to find it ever since. Please help!!! Reply
  • 2 Dec 4th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    Lastest Reply: 4th Dec, 2017 09:55:50 PM
    When I was younger, around the early to mid 2000's, I used to watch a cartoon at my grandparents house. i don't believe it was on PBS Kids, because it didnt show up on the site, but that was the only channel i can clearly recall watching. The show involved a boy and girl as main characters, and took place in a jungle or forest of some sort. I recall at least a lion character, and a witch of some sort, and I vaguely recall an episde where the lion and the main characters' other animal friends were attacking them. I believe the show was produced with CGI animation, but I cannot for the life of me remember what it is at all. Reply
  • 9 Nov 24th, 2017 at 4:04PM
    Lastest Reply: 4th Dec, 2017 07:24:26 PM
    I read this in my library, but it was one of those "for sale" books. It was a collection of Roald Dahl stories, perhaps stories from writers similar to him, for young readers. I remember reading this around 2006, but I think the story was from the 60s-80s when Roald Dahl was still pretty popular. All I remember was a circus. A child, I think it was a boy (maybe girl) was eating cotton candy, or perhaps something minty, and he/she felt as if his/her head was flying, maybe it was spinning. That is all I can remember, does anyone know what I am talking about? Thanks. Reply


      According to wikipedia, "A Roald Dahl Treasury" is his only collection of short stories for children; looking at a few of them, "The Enormous Crocodile" has a scene that takes place in a "funfair", so maybe that's it?

      That's not it, but thank you for trying. The illustration on the first page is if I remember correctly sketched cotton candy.

      It could have been Tales of the Unexpected, but I am not entirely sure.




      Is it Eating Candyfloss Upside Down? [1] The title seems to fit, and there's a Quentin Blake drawing on the front, which would explain why you are thinking of Roald Dahl.

      That might be it, I will look into it, thanks!
  • 1 Dec 2nd, 2017 at 10:10AM
    Lastest Reply: 4th Dec, 2017 06:50:56 PM
    I have a vague memory of two horse heads toys from a children's television show. I thought they were in THE NODDY SHOP but I've searched and searched and all I can find from that series are a two pair of male and female pigs. I believe they were just the heads of horses. One was black the other was pink, I think the pink horse had flowers in its hair and I also believe the black horse was male and the pink was female. I also have a weird memory of them being posh? It was 100% a live action childrens show, from the 90s/00s? Reply
  • 6 Oct 10th, 2017 at 11:11AM
    Western Animation
    Lastest Reply: 4th Dec, 2017 06:27:59 PM
    About 12 years ago, when I was visiting relatives halfway around the world, they had some different programming on their local versions of American TV channels like Cartoon Network. I can remember two of these shows, but not their titles:
    • A cartoon involving some kid dressed like a superhero with a monkey sidekick.
    • A sci-fi cartoon involving a family that live in a space station city.

      • It cannot be Word Girl, as that cartoon first aired in 2007. The show that I'm talking about, I saw it in 2005 (though it was probably from the 1990s, I wasn't sure exactly how old it was).
      • I think that second show I saw was most likely Spaced Out indeed. Oh, and wasn't Lloyd in Space a Disney cartoon?

      This is a long shot, but one Cartoon Network show that never aired in America, Fat Dog Mendoza, was about a superhero kid and his dog sidekick. Probably not what you're looking for since it's a dog and not a monkey, but if you were visiting the UK (which is where Fat Dog originated) when you saw the show, it could be it.

      Well I was in Pakistan at the time, though those cartoons I saw were obviously all European or North American. I am not certain if I had seen Fat Dog Mendoza, but it's probably the best/closest guess of whatever the hell that show was that I described.

      Sure the first one wasn't a segment of Dexter's Laboratory or My Gym Partner Is A Monkey?

      ^ I was going to mention that I don't think Fat Dog Mendoza aired in Pakistan (I know it aired in the UK and possibly Indonesia), so it could be one of those.
  • 4 Nov 28th, 2017 at 9:09PM
    Live Action TV
    Lastest Reply: 4th Dec, 2017 06:25:44 PM
    Over ten years ago, sometime in the 2000s, I saw a documentary on TV one Christmas but haven't been able to find it on any other Christmas. I don't remember if it was only a hour long or if it was a mini-series. I just remember it discussed the history of various toys, like Silly Putty (?), Barbie, slinkys, and lincoln blocks. Reply

      If you're in the UK then Top 100 Toys with Jonathan Ross is aired every single fucking Christmas: http://www.tvtropess.org/watch?v=Zni47wq1VG4

      No, I saw it on American tv.

      I Love Toys?

      I remember it being nostalgia based and matter of fact, no celebrities and such like I Love The 80s or anything like that. I think it only talked about old toys prior to the 80s.
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