New game, kinda like Smush

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New game, kinda like Smush

Postby Eric's Fat Brother » Fri 06 Sep, 2002 09:50 pm

Okay, kids, here is a fun game my friend at work likes to play. Basically, you take two movies and make one title from them. The fun is half in coming up with the title, and half in coming up with a description for the movie. I will give you a couple examples of titles, and I want others to come up with the movie descriptions, as well as titles and descriptions of your own.

Dirty Dances with Wolves
A Walk to Remember the Titans
The Godfather of the Bride (I & II)
While you were Sleeping with the Enemy

I have a list of dozens, but let's get started with these.
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Postby mistytsim » Fri 06 Sep, 2002 10:06 pm

Gods and Monsters, Inc.
Gone with the Windtalkers
An Affair to Remember the Titans
Qalaxy Quest for Camelot
The Hunt for Red October Sky
The Swan Princess Bride
Stewart Little Women
Grosse Pointe Blank Check
Prelude to a Kiss the Girl(s) Interrupted
Serving Sara Plain and Tall

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Postby CherrySlurpees » Sun 08 Sep, 2002 01:00 am

I love the idea of this game...I'm guessing I won't be any good at it, but I'm anxious to see what other people write as movie descriptions.

A Walk to Remember the Titans: A touching documentary chronicling the annual "Walk" in Tennessee to commemorate the the failed Super Bowl bid of 2000.


The Hunt for Red October Sky: The story of a band of men traveling by submarine searching for "Red Skies at Night....Red Skies at Night....oh oh....oh oh oh oh oh oh oh oh". Directed by The Fixx

That's all I can think of now, and I'm guessing that no one but my sisters (who don't frequent the board) will find the last one amusing.

Someone please do The Godfather of the Bride....
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more titles. . .

Postby dillseed_waffles » Sun 08 Sep, 2002 01:15 pm

Malcom XXX
Laura Croft: Tomb Raider of the Lost Ark
Bicentenial Man for all Seasons
Men in Black Hawk Down
What's the Worst that Could Happen to You
What Lies Behind Enemy Lines
Bridget Jones' Diary of a City Priest

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a few more...(I think I've seen [b]WAY[/b] too many movies!)

Postby crystal the cute one » Wed 18 Sep, 2002 05:53 am

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back to the Future
All Dogs Go to Heaven Can Wait
Muriel's Wedding Singer
Sunshine State Fair
The Sixth Sense and Sensibility
Searching For Bobby Fis(c)her King
Peggy Sue Got Married to the Mob
My Fair Lady and the Tramp
Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey to the Center of the Earth
Sleepy Hollow Man
The Patriot Games
Can't Hardly Wait Until Dark
Funny Girl, Interrupted
Beauty and the Beastmaster
The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boyz in the Hood
A couple of strecthy ones:
Of Mice and X-Men
Welcome to the Dollhouse of Cards
And my personal favorite:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stoned Age

Okay, I'm having way too much fun with this. I need to stop. Yep, I'm an odd one.

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Back from the dead

Postby Eric's Fat Brother » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 02:15 pm

I think we have enough different people here now that we might get some good new additions to this topic now. Anyone?
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Postby GenAdFemale » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 02:48 pm

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Postby JerseyKeeper » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 03:05 pm

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Better off Dead Calm
The Princess Bride of Frankenstein
The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Kangaroo Jack Frost
Analyze That Darn Cat
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Postby Audrey » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 04:47 pm

Return to Me, Myself, and Irene (blast you, Zesdy, you posted while I was thinking!)

Mad About Mambo Kings

The Blues Brothers Karamazov

The King and I Am Sam

There's Something About Mary Poppins

Attack of the Fried Green Killer Tomatoes

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Postby BeeDub » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 05:25 pm

Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventures in Babysitting: Two dimwitted friends are put in charge of taking care of two six-year old boys, who are actually the young Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Time travel and hilarity ensues.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragonheart: Several martial artists join forces to retrieve a sword that has been stolen by a large brown dragon with Sean Connery's voice. Turns out the sword is the only way for the dragon to return "to the stars," which he does by holding the sword aloft and yelling, "I have the power!"

American Beauty and the Beast: A bored, middle-aged businessman falls desperately in love with his daughter's bookworm friend, Belle. The militaristic, deep-in-the-closet Gaston wants the father for himself. A heartwarming classic for all ages.
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Postby BeeDub » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 05:42 pm

I got a few more in me. This is fun!

The Nightmare Before Christmas Vacation: The Griswalds' house is invaded by several strange stop-motion figures who proceed to turn all the decorations and gifts into macbre, twisted parodies of the usual Yuletide fare. Songs by Danny Elfman.

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace II Society: Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan crash land on the planet Ghet-O and must engage the hostile natives in lightsaber/automatic weapon fights. Darth T-Bone played by Mos Def.
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Postby PyroFalkon » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 07:55 pm

Monty Python and the Titanic: Maybe it's cliché to poke fun at Titanic on this site, but hey, I'd like to see the old Monty Python gang give it a shot. (Jack is played by John Cleese. Rose is played by Eric Idle. Hilarity ensues.)

X-men Reloaded: Neo vs. Wolverine. I rest my case.

8 Mile of Dreams: Eminem builds a strip club after hearing the voices of Asia Carerra and Tera Patrick.

Willy Wonka: Rise of the Machines: The candy machines revolt, spewing chocolate and other sugary goodness all over the place. An oompa-loompa from the future comes back with... something... to save eveyone.

Saving Private Parts: Howard Stern's show gets cancelled, so he's thrown into the harsh environment known as the "real world." In this strange place, women are clothed!

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Postby PyroFalkon » Wed 16 Jul, 2003 08:25 pm

Singin' in the Jurassic Park: Gene Kelly rises from the grave only to be eaten by a T-rex. I hate musicals, so to see its singers get eaten and stomped on, I'd buy a ticket.

Freddy Got a License to Kill: Tom Green takes up a few dozen firearms and decides to get revenge on all his critics. Sadly, he'll run out of ammo before leaving the first town.

Road Trip to El Dorado: Because Tom Green is out of ammo, he grabs a bunch of friends and heads to the majestic city of El Dorado with the intent of getting all the women naked and putting his tongue on every other surface.

Not Another Scary Movie: If Scream is a spoof, and Scary Movie is a spoof of a spoof, then Not Another Scary Movie is a spoof of a spoof of a spoof. It's the surprise hit of the summer because it shows nothing but a bunch of people standing around and being scared at obviously stupid costumes and props, which provides far more entertainment than anything Scary Movie 2 and Not Another Teen Movie ever did.

I Know What You Did Last Armageddon: First it was an asteroid, and now it's the sun exploding. Everyone has to figure out how to cool the sun down enough without getting it too cold to sustain life on Earth. There's one scientist who already (and conveniently) knows the answer, but people are trying to kill him.

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Postby driver8man » Thu 17 Jul, 2003 01:55 am

God’s Army of Darkness. Missionaries decide they’ve done enough preachin and start bustin some head.

Charly’s Angels. Charly rides the Ferris wheel with angels in the spirit world.

Pirates of Utah Valley: The Curse of the Black Pearl Awards. Jericho Road, disguised as pirates, break into the ceremony and steal the awards.

Brigham City by the Sea. Richard Dutcher investigates a new Mormon mystery – Eliza Dushku.

The Singles War of the Worlds. An Alien feels alienated amid a group of LDS singles.

The Other Side of Chicago. Velma and Roxie join the church and organize stakes in Chicago.

Dude, Where’s my Handcart? This is a really crappy movie.

The R.M. 2: Return to The Mission. This is a horror film.

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Postby Claytonius Maximus » Thu 17 Jul, 2003 06:28 am

Ghost World is Not Enough
Two recent high school graduates, Enid and Rebecca, drive rocket cars and use high tech gadgets to save the world from homogenized, pasteurized, lobotomized fast food, gap clothes, and summer action flicks. Co-stars Steve Buscemi as Z.

Universal Soldier: The Return to Me
Beautiful yet fragile Grace becomes a Belgian-sounding, split-loving top assassin when she receives a transplant of Jean Claude Van Damme's brain in this futuristic action thriller from director James Cameron (who wed the star, Minnie Driver, shortly after filming began).

Karate Kid Galahad
Daniel-San, played by Elvis, befriends the stranger from another culture…Al from Happy Days (no, not Pat Morita, but the other guy, the big white guy). After pruning some hedges together, and taking pan flute lessons together, Sensei-Al decides his pupil is ready for the Ultimate Fighting Championship, a mixed-martial arts, no rules, last-man-standing competition. Elvis is excellent as a boxer/karate expert who takes on all comers. Don’t miss the climactic climax wherein Daniel-san forgoes the popular “crane” technique for the “steamroller,” which involves him bulking up to 500 pounds on Al’s fried peanut butter & banana sandwiches and literally rolling over the competition.

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Postby BeeDub » Wed 22 Feb, 2006 10:08 am

Time to resurrect a long-dead thread.

Garden States of Grace. Zach Braff is Elder Largeman, returning home to New Jersey - and his jerk of a father - after his mission. Along the way he meets Sam, a former porn star, who stands by him as they try to navigate their way through a gang turf war - and their own feelings.

South Jurassic Park. Four foul-mouthed cardboard-cutout kids get their comeuppance on a mysterious jungle island.

Bridget Jones's Diary of a Mad Black Woman. Hugh Grant plays both Renee Zellweger's love interest and (in drag) her grandmother. The movie's legions of rabid fans accuse anyone who doesn't like it of hating all chubby women.
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Postby BeeDub » Wed 22 Feb, 2006 04:09 pm

Sin City of Angels. Mickey Rourke stars as the angel Marv, who embarks on a quest to find out who arranged for his love, Goldie, to be hit by a bus right after Marv became human to be with her. Co-stars Meg Ryan as a trashy hooker.

The Full Monty Python and the Holy Grail. After Camelot is closed and they all lose their jobs, Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table must become male strippers to survive. Will they show it all? Does anyone want them to?

Kill Bill and Ted. Several years after Bill and Ted accidentally landed on the Bride in their phone booth during her wedding, the Bride returns to exact bloody revenge. But will the Grim Reaper allow them to die?

Gone with the Wind in 60 Seconds. Scarlett O’Hara is in for the ride of her life as Rhett attempts to steal 50 exotic horses before the Union soldiers reach Tara.

Singin’ in the Rain Man. A silent-movie star learns he has an idiot savant brother who just might have a better singing voice than he has himself. “It’s a glorious feeling. Yep, definitely. Definitely glorious.�


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Postby pizzocalabro » Wed 22 Feb, 2006 04:29 pm

Y Tú Big Momma's Casa de Los Babys También. Gael García Bernal reprises his role as police officer Victor in this sequel to La Casa de Big Momma, the acclaimed Mexican remake of Big Momma's House. Victor once again dons a latex fatsuit and tent-like dress to become the free-spirited Victoria, this time in order to gain access to a baby-trafficking ring. Victor makes friends with several of the baby-traffickers and expectant mothers, unaware that they see through his disguise immediately, but accept him because they admire his ability to live his own life without regard to social norms. When the truth comes out, bullets fly, babies drool, and hilarity ensues.

Mad Hot Murderball. A fascinating look at the world of the newest Children's Winter Paralympic sport, quad ice dancing rugby. This documentary follows seven teams from regional competitions to the 2005 Children's World Winter Paralympic Games in Hoboken, N.J. Who will win? Who will be disqualified for dropping the ball while executing a triple wheelchair axel in the cha-cha? Who will drop out because of an embarrassing but hilariously improbable injury? You'll never know unless you watch Mad Hot Murderball, or if you watched it live on local TV last year.


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