Your favorite 'fake' chess movies...

  • #21

    Why hasn't anyone mentioned "Capablanca" with Humph and Lauren Bacall yet?

  • #22

    Cool These are all much better than I expected! Buying dvds soon.

    That cult underground snuff film 'smothered mate' still gives me the creeps...

  • #23

    Doctor Zhigalko

  • #24

    2001:  A Chess Rating

    Dude, Where's My Bishop?

    Uncheckable

    Fifty First Mates

    No Draw For Old Men

    Lost in Tranposition

    Citizen Keres

  • #25

    The Desolation of Smagin, based on this game:

    http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1351364

  • #26
    btickler wrote:

    2001:  A Chess Rating

    Dude, Where's My Bishop?

    Uncheckable

    No Draw For Old Men

    Lost in Tranposition

    Citizen Keres

    The first one is pure gold!

  • #27

    Draw Hard 4: Win Queen or Draw hard

  • #28

    Tom Cruise & Kevin Bacon in "A Few Good Pawns"

  • #29

    don't forget the movies based on the 2013 world chess championship.

     

    1. jaws: "just when you thought it was safe to go back to rook endings."

    based on:

    http://www.hindustantimes.com/news-feed/sport/anand-loses-game-6-most-rook-endings-lead-to-a-draw-except-when-carlsen-plays/article1-1151945.aspx

    featuring magnus's jaws.

     

    2. 'educating anand' based on: 

    http://www.firstpost.com/sports/too-arrogant-carlsen-takes-more-potshots-at-anand-1253035.html

     

    3. 'lost in translation' based on:

  • #30

    I heard today that Kasparov is too scared to watch the Polgargeist alone...

  • #31

    Also, don't miss "The Forrest Gambit".

    Suitable for beginners and Grandmasters alike!

  • #32

    "Full Trailer Counter" I love the smell of fried brains in the morning

  • #33
    streetking1986 wrote:
    btickler wrote:

    2001:  A Chess Rating

    Dude, Where's My Bishop?

    Uncheckable

    No Draw For Old Men

    Lost in Tranposition

    Citizen Keres

    The first one is pure gold!

    All of them, ROFL. Uncheckable from Unforgiven?

    How about Judge Draw?

  • #34

    "Chess Club"

    The first rule of Chess Club is: you do not talk about Chess Club. The second rule of Chess Club is: you DO NOT talk about Chess Club! Third rule of Chess Club: if someone yells “stop!”, goes limp, or taps out (of course, it's much more likely they'll just  resign, or maybe you agree a draw etc) the game is over.

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