Thursday, March 15, 2007

The Seventh Submissions

The Popeye, always in focus, says "Who's being redundant? Who's being redundant? How about..."

"Escape to Brokeback Mountain (Escape to Witch Mountain + Brokeback Mountain)- A 'flamboyant' millionaire tricks two straight boys into running away to his very secret mountain village.

"Return from Brokeback Mountain (Return from Witch Mountain + Brokeback Mountain) - The boys come back. Oh, how they've changed."

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"Twelve Angry Grumpy Old Men"

"Circle of Friends with Money"

"Good Night, Nurse & Good Luck!"

(Yakko, Wakko and Flannery? Ed)

"The Last Samurai Boy Scout"

"Playing for Time Bandits"

"The Day After Tomorrow Never Dies"

"The Good Wife, The Bad Santa, and The Coyote Ugly"

(Heh-heh-heh! Ed)

We're having a "China Syndrome" here, as a radioactive Chris melts us down with...

"Slapstickshot"

"Guesss Who's Coming To My Dinner With Andre?"

"The Love Bugsy"

"Bullitts Over Broadway"

"A Grizzly Man For All Seasons"

"The Killing Field Of Dreams"

(Let me at that soundtrack! "You're never going to get to- If you build it, they will come." Ed)

Oh no, mathmaticians and Lauryn Hill, it's the X Dell factor!

"The Deep Throat (Jacqueline Bisset and Linda Lovelace use their talents to avoid a conflict with treasure hunters after discovering a wrecked ship off the coast of the Bahamas.)"

(That one stirred the loins, then the next four put me on the floor. Ed)

"There’s Something about Mary Poppins (A number of ne’er-do-well men competitively scheme to hire an a-list nanny for their kids.)"

"Shaft, Shane, Harry & Tonto (The gay version of Bob, Carol, Ted & Alice)"

"Solyent Green Acres (The residents of Hooterville wonder what’s happened to Sam Drucker, Fred Ziffel and Mr. Haney.)"

(I'm sorry, this is a funny as hell post. Unfortunately only half of it is a film, so you'll have to highlight it with your mouse to see it. Ed)

"Nanook of the North by Northwest (Soviet Intelligence mistakes a 1920s Inuit for a super spy.)"

"Amazon Women on the Moon over Parador (Richard Dreyfuss is forced to impersonate John Landis.)"

8 comments:

Flannery Alden said...

Twelve Angry Grumpy Old Men

Circle of Friends with Money

Good Night, Nurse & Good Luck!

The Last Samurai Boy Scout

Playing for Time Bandits

The Day After Tomorrow Never Dies

The Good Wife, The Bad Santa, and The Coyote Ugly

Flannery Alden said...

I love the Animaniacs! I actually went as Yakko to a Halloween party once. Good Night, Nurse is a movie, but I can only hear Yakko saying that line in my head.

Chris said...

s'more:

Slapstickshot

Guesss Who's Coming To My Dinner With Andre?

The Love Bugsy

Bullitts Over Broadway

A Grizzly Man For All Seasons

The Killing Field Of Dreams

Flannery Alden said...

I wanna see "A Grizzly Man For All Seasons"!

Writeprocrastinator said...

Flannery,

I thought it was a composite "Good Night And Good Luck" and a film called "Nurse." I didn't know that there were six films with the title "Good Night, Nurse."

I'll bet via your love of Keaton, that the version you're talking about is the film by the infamous Fatty Arbuckle, right?

I keep putting off buying The Animaniac's DVD Volume 1, even though I had that Goodfeather's song about perching on Scorsese's head going through my head throughout the Academy Awards telecast.

Chris,

Yeah, I want to see a "Grizzly Man For All Seasons," too. Though somehow I think it might not make a full length feature somehow.

X. Dell said...

How about:

The Deep Throat (Jacqueline Bisset and Linda Lovelace use their talents to avoid a conflict with treasure hunters after discovering a wrecked ship off the coast of the Bahamas.)

There’s Something about Mary Poppins (A number of ne’er-do-well men competitively scheme to hire an a-list nanny for their kids.)

Shaft, Shane, Harry & Tonto (The gay version of Bob, Carol, Ted & Alice)

Solyent Green Acres (The residents of Hooterville wonder what’s happened to Sam Drucker, Fred Ziffel and Mr. Haney.)

Nanook of the North by Northwest (Soviet Intelligence mistakes a 1920s Inuit for a super spy.)

Amazon Women on the Moon over Parador (Richard Dreyfuss is forced to impersonate John Landis.)

Flannery Alden said...

Gone With The Mighty Wind In Sixty Seconds

Taking Care Of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane

The Adventures of Priscilla, African Queen of the Desert

Quigley Down Under The Tuscan Sun

It Happened One Night At The Opera

Midnight Cannonball Run

Run, Lolita, Run

Enemy of the Garden State

She's Having A Cry Baby

Runaway Corpse Bride

Chris said...

-Throw Momma From The Trainspotting

-Who Framed Roger & Me's Rabbit?

-Boyz N The Parenthood

-The Adventures In Babysitting Of Buckaroo Bonzai

-Strange Brewster's Millions

-Full Metal Jackass

-Innerspaceballs