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There was a movie a few years back where somebody's walking along and all of a sudden the boulders join and get up and talk. This is driving me nuts.

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Is it "The Never Ending Story"? headinjurytheater.com/images/neverending%20rockbiter%201.jpg –  S182 Mar 29 at 7:37

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Yes, you got it, Never-ending Story, great film from childhood for me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0VxGRWPh28

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Why are you saying it's the right answer for someone else? Seems to me only @user8832 has the authority to do so. Besides, The Never-Ending Story (1984) is much older than "a movie a few years back," given that it's 30 years old. –  Meat Trademark Mar 29 at 16:41
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Sorry, Serge answered it, I'm new here I didn't read properly, I thought the person who asked the question was asking if the picture was Neverending Story, I didn't realise it was two different people. –  Raytrek Mar 29 at 18:40

If it's not Never Ending Story, could it possibly be Hellboy 2: The Golden Army?

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Is it from Galaxy Quest? The monster called Gorignak (translates into "rock")?

boulder monster

Here is a YouTube clip, also.

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Except the rock doesn't talk. The little troglodytes are the ones doing any talking :) –  JohnP Mar 30 at 4:30
    
Still seems closer than the other guesses. In Hellboy 2 it's just a rock creature who sat up and Never-Ending Story's was more a rock-creature too. At least in this one "all of a sudden the boulders join and get up." Maybe this isn't the answer, maybe the OP misremembered. Worth a shot. –  Meat Trademark Mar 30 at 4:54
    
Oh, agreed. I was just razzing you. :p –  JohnP Mar 30 at 20:08
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A virtual beer to you, sir! –  Meat Trademark Mar 30 at 20:34

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