The Boulder Camera conducted a movie line contest every year---and posted the results in January. I don't think it's beyond the realm of possibility that the killer of JBR conducted his own movie line contest writing the "Ransom" note. The quotes and similarities to certain movies can't be ignored----those were in his/her mind. If it was a kidnapping gone bad, and the perps would have been successful otherwise, they would have had a good laugh when the ransom note became public. I don't think the Ramseys could have come up with the note, because they didn't know the movies or the plots. DAILY CAMERA LOOK AT THEM: THE ANSWERS TO THE MOVIE LINES CONTEST... Sunday, January 28, 1996 Section: ENTERTAINMENT Page: 1C By KATHRYN BERNHEIMER Camera Film Critic We've lost count. Once again, for we can't remember how many years, Marty Mapes and Andrea Birgers have won our annual Movie Lines contest. Of a possible 70 points, they got 51. They will win 30 free rentals from the Video Station. We tried to make this year's contest easier than in past years, but fewer contestants played. Go figure. But for all of you who played our game but didn't bother to send in your guesses, here are the correct answers. 1. "The deal is, the men in Denver are dead. No wonder I'm changing towns again," Whitney Houston says as she drives to Phoenix. 2. "Look at me," John Travolta repeatedly says as a form of intimidation - repeated with less success by other characters - in "Get Shorty." 3. "Houston, we have a problem," Tom Hanks, as astronaut Jim Lovell, reports a serious malfunction with notable understatement in "Apollo 13." 4. "It's good to be dead," Leslie Nielsen sinks his teeth into the line in "Dracula: Dead and Loving It." 5. "You're not anybody in America if you're not on TV. What's the point of doing anything worthwhile if no one is watching?" asks murderous, media-mad weatherwoman Nicole Kidman in "To Die For." 6. "What's the point of living in L.A. if you're not in the movies?" asks Delroy Lindo as a drug dealer who wants to become a movie producer in "Get Shorty." 7. "When you go home, do you ever sit there and wonder, "Who ARE these people? Where the hell did I come from?"' Holly Hunter wonders in "Home for the Holidays." 8. "This is my first time at the White House. I'm trying to savor the Capraesque quality of the experience," Annette Bening tells a black security guard - who knows exactly what she's talking about - in "The American President." 9. "Who's the boss between mommy and me? I'm the boss. Mommy is the decision maker, but I'm the boss," Woody Allen explains to his son in "Mighty Aphrodite." 10. "Sometimes it just takes a fairy," cross-dressing Patrick Swayze says of the magic he has worked on a town in "To Wong Foo, Thanks For Everything! Julie Newmar." 11. "This kind of certainty comes once in a lifetime," Clint Eastwood says in wooing Meryl Streep in "The Bridges of Madison County." 12. "If this is dying, then I don't think much of it," Jonathan Pryce dryly quips on his deathbed in "Carrington." 13. "We don't have to like each other. We're family," Holly Hunter informs her sister in "Home for the Holidays." 14. "We're both named after great singers of the past who now do infomercials," says Alicia Silverstone, as Cher, of her pal Dionne, in "Clueless." 15. "God help me, I love thee," Gary Oldman proclaims to Demi Moore in "The Scarlet Letter." 16. "His best part was when he played the crippled gay guy who climbed Mount Whitney," John Travolta says of Danny DeVito in "Get Shorty." 17. "What's that odious smell? Teenagers!" Paul Freeman oozes in "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie." 18. "I don't blend in at a family picnic," Val Kilmer, dressed in black rubber, warns Nicole Kidman in "Batman Forever." 19. "I will maroon you on a rock ... instead of splitting you with my bulkhead as you deserve!," Geena Davis, a notorious lady pirate and scourge of the 17th century Caribbean, declares in "Cutthroat Island." 20. "You couldn't catch crabs from a $20 hooker," Walter Matthau snaps when Jack Lemmon boasts about his fishing prowess in "Grumpier Old Men." 21. "My bark is worse than my bite," Linda Hunt, as a wise willow tree, tells John Smith in "Pocahontas." 22. "I don't even know you," Steve Martin exclaims in chagrin after mistakenly being given a prostate exam in "Father of the Bride II." 23. "There are worse things than death - and I can do all of them," techonvillain Fisher Stevens threatens in "Hackers." 24. "Was that over the top? I can never tell," asks Jim Carrey, as the Riddler, after an especially zany outburst in "Batman Forever." 25. "I write doodads because it's a doodad sort of town," Jennifer Jason Leigh says in defending her writing in "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle." 26. "Sometimes being a ***** is all a woman has to hold onto," according to Kathy Bates, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Judy Proffet in "Delores Claiborne." 27. "Oh well, now I must die," Johnny Depp sighs after a sexual conquest in "Don Juan DeMarco." 28. "Rude and interesting are not the same thing," American Meg Ryan lectures Frenchman Kevin Kline in "French Kiss." 29. "I can tell when a woman wants me," Richard Gere tells Julia Ormond in "First Knight." 30. "You have a real gratitude problem," Chris O'Donnell tells Val Kilmer after saving his life without thanks in "Batman Forever." 31. "I have translated the hieroglyphics! They say, "We are watching you!'" Tim Curry burbles in his Romanian accent in "Congo." 32. "I'll be the judge of that," Sylvester Stallone intones in "Judge Dredd." 33. "This is as real as it gets," Gene Hackman informs the crew in "Crimson Tide." 34. "I know I'm not normal but I'm trying to change," says misfit Toni Collette in "Muriel's Wedding." 35. "It's airborne!" Dustin Hoffman says of the killer virus in "Outbreak."