Sunday, March 11, 2007

The Fifth Submissions

I have been refraining from commenting for the most part. Because I am enjoying this immensely and I think that all of the submissions stand very well all on their own. So much so, that I don't want to step on them with third-rate puns. So please don't misinterpret my general lack of commentary as indifference. Ed

The Pop Eye really kicks things off with...

"My Big Fat Greek Wedding Crashers"

"I'm Dirty Dancing as Fast as I Can"

"Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures in Babysitting"

"Ferris Bueller's Day Off the Chain"

"The Pretty in Pink Panther"

"Breakfast at Tiffany's Club"

"In The Line of St. Elmo's Fire"

"Better Off Drop Dead Gorgeous"

"Night of the Living Dead Poets Society"

"Can't Buy Me The Love Bug"

"Rain Man of La Mancha"

X Dell accelerates with

"How Stella Got Her Groove Back to the Future"

"Gone with the Wind that Shakes the Barley"

"A Hard Day's Night Shift"

"The Sound of Music, Man"

"The Distinguished Gentleman Prefers Blondes. (Okay, so I fudged that one a little.)"

"The Lost Weekend at Bernie's"

"A Man Called Horsefeathers"

"Orgy of the Dead Man Walking (Starring Susan Sarandon, and directed by Ed Wood)"

"The Spy Who Loved Me, Myself & Irene"

"The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Games"

Shakespeare said "out damn spot." Not "out Dead Spot on the Web"

"The Remains of the Day of the Dead"

"The Lost World: Gosford Park 2"

"The Repo Man Who Knew Too Much"

"The Blue Velveteen Rabbit"

I keep coming up with ones that aren't quite right, like "The Great White North By Northwest" or "Das Boots Were Made For Waking"

(Sorry, the last half is not a film, you have to highlight it with a mouse to see it. Ed)

The Uneffenbelivable Mish Mash that is Amy said via email...

"Harold and Maude go to White Palace (Harold and Maude + Harold and Kumar go to White Castle + White Palace)"(Heh-heh-heh! Ed)

"Life as a Road House (Life as a House + Road House)"

"The People Under the Stairs vs Larry Flynt (The People Under the Stairs + The People vs Larry Flynt)"

We cannot stop Flannery, we can only hope to contain her...

"Moonstruck Mermaids"

"Sunset Striptease"

"Singin' in the Purple Rain"

"Mad Max Dugan Returns"
(Literally as I am editing this, "Max Dugan" is on AMC! Ed)

"Strangers on a Night Train to Paris"

"Dead Body Heat"

"Howard the Duck Soup"

"Nine to Five Easy Pieces"

"Come Back to the Slaughterhouse Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean"

"Mother, Juggs & Speed 2: Cruise Control"

3 comments:

X. Dell said...

I love what everyone's come up with.

Hmm. Some more....

1. How Stella Got Her Groove Back to the Future.

2. Gone with the Wind that Shakes the Barley.

3. A Hard Day's Night Shift.

4. The Sound of Music, Man.

5. The Distinguished Gentleman Prefers Blondes. (Okay, so I fudged that one a little.)

6. The Lost Weekend at Bernie's.

7. A Man Called Horsefeathers.

8. Orgy of the Dead Man Walking (Starring Susan Sarandon, and directed by Ed Wood).

9. The Spy Who Loved Me, Myself & Irene.

10. The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Games.

All for now.

deadspot said...

The Remains of the Day of the Dead

The Lost World: Gosford Park 2

The Repo Man Who Knew Too Much

The Blue Velveteen Rabbit

I keep coming up with ones that aren't quite right, like "The Great White North By Northwest" or "Das Boots Were Made For Waking"

Flannery Alden said...

Moonstruck Mermaids

Sunset Striptease

Singin' in the Purple Rain

Mad Max Dugan Returns

Strangers on a Night Train to Paris

Dead Body Heat

Howard the Duck Soup

Nine to Five Easy Pieces

Come Back to the Slaughterhouse Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean

Mother, Juggs & Speed 2: Cruise Control