Previous AllNighter Mysteries

Been trying to remember all the mysteries there have been over the past two and a half years but i seem to be missing one. Pretty sure in my first year there was Fighting Temptations, Honey and Gigli :lol:. Autumn term last year was House of Flying daggers and autumn term this year was Goonies :D. The only other one i can think of is back to the future which i think was the deloitte one but i can’t remember the other. Hope this has brought back fond memories for those of you who were there but please can somebody tell me what the other one is, it’s driving me CRAZY!!!

Here you go Martin: Bubba Ho-Tep!!! :smiley:

Here’s a run-down of all the previous AllNighters since i’ve been here, as set by Julie, Seb and myself, which i did for James’ handover:

Autumn 2003

  1. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  2. The Fighting Temptations (Mystery Preview)
  3. Equilibrium
  4. Gigli (Mystery – I wonder why?!)
  5. Old School
  6. The Fugitive

Spring 2004

  1. Intolerable Cruelty
  2. Happy Gilmore
  3. Jurassic Park
  4. Honey (Mystery Preview)
  5. Swordfish
  6. Hollywood Homicide

Autumn 2004

  1. The Bourne Supremacy
  2. Dodgeball
  3. Dogma
  4. House of Flying Daggers (Mystery Preview)
  5. Monsters, Inc.
  6. The Fifth Element

Spring 2005

  1. Blade Trinity
  2. Almost Famous
  3. Cube
  4. Bubba Ho-Tep (Mystery)
  5. A Bug’s Life
  6. Pulp Fiction (should have gone first)

Summer 2005 (Deloitte)

  1. Sahara
  2. Constantine
  3. Melinda and Melinda
  4. Back to the Future (Mystery)
  5. Shrek
  6. The Interpreter

Autumn 2006

  1. The 40 Year-Old Virgin
  2. Die Hard
  3. Kung Fu Hustle
  4. The Goonies (Mystery)
  5. Spirited Away (English version)
  6. Monty Python’s Life of Brian

Spring 2006

  1. The Shawshank Redemption
  2. The Wedding Singer
  3. The Usual Suspects
  4. ? (Mystery)
  5. The Matrix

Cheers mark, i love you more than ever now. How could i forget bubba ho-tep, i did sleep through pretty much all of it but it had to be one of the most random plots for a film ever.

You’re quite right, Mark; Pulp Fiction should have gone first.