The Rules Have Been Challenged

Posted: January 30, 2013 by Odina Karimov in Movies, Rules
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Att: Bunker Community!

Heraldo Fernando has officially challenged the rules of The Bunker. Yes, you read right – Title Nominations have not even closed yet and there is a challenge already.

Upon notification of the official rules (as can be seen on the Where’s This Bunker & What’s This All About page) Heraldo Fernando has advised he will NOT be specifying which exact title(s) from the multitude of series that make up his current movie nominations due to the fact that they fundamentally all share the same name. For example, the Star Wars series all begin with the TitleStar Wars‘ –

Star Wars I: The Phantom Menace

Star Wars II: Attack Of The Clones

Star Wars III: Revenge Of The Sith

Star Wars IV: A New Hope

Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars VI: Return Of The Jedi

Heraldo believes that in adherence with the rules he should be allowed to simply nominate ‘Star Wars’ and this will encompass all movies with this title. Interestingly enough however this argument does not extend to Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Heraldo also is of the firm belief that many movies series are not really to be regarded as 1, 2, 3 etc, but are actually regarded as 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 etc….

What say The Bunker Community?

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Comments
  1. Well this is an interesting challenge. On the one hand it could be quite detrimental to The Bunker as if it could potentially open the gateway to movie series such as Transformers, however on the other hand it could open up the gateway to movie series such as The Chronicles Of Narnia. If this rule was altered to allow movie series sharing the same title would a new rule then need to be implemented that stated if you take one title you have to take them all? Transformers 1 wasn’t the worst thing I have ever seen, but Transformers 2 & 3 is pretty close to the mark.

    Inkar Yerzhan and Boris “The Scar” Khrushchev, what say you?

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