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Hollywood is taking quite a steep dive nowadays. It could be funny to share movie ideas which would ordinarily be thought of as totally awful, but amusingly could sell well today. Please share some in this thread, or give constructive feedback. Here's one that I thought of a while back:
There'd be an extremely flamboyant hairdresser and volunteer dance instructor played by Ron Jeremy. He'd be in an on again-off again relationship with a gruff blacksmith, played by Sylvester Stallone. One day, Ron would be asked by a dance student, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger, to babysit his dog while he was a honeymoon with his newlywed wife. (Hopefully played by Emma Watson, or possibly Indiana Evans or Eileen April Boylan.) The dog would probably be a Border Collie. The student would later die from an overuse of laxatives, but Ron would never find out, so he'd be stuck with the hyper, troublemaking dog. Anyway, Sylvester would take Samuel L. Jackson as a blacksmithing apprentice, and Ron, being stressed out about the misbehaving dog, would wrongly suspect that Sylvester was cheating on him. There'd be all sorts of jokes during the time that Ron would question Samuel, such as when he'd ask, "Are you the new blacksmith?", Samuel would yell back, "WHAT'D YOU CALL ME, BOY?". Of course, the dog would somehow get them back together in the end, and Samuel would become a chocolatier. Arnold would return, surprisingly not dead at all. In actuality, he'd only needed his legs to be amputated. Being disabled, however, he wouldn't be able to take care of the dog anymore. Ron and Sylvester would say goodbye to the dog in a sad scene, and put it in the humane society. They'd then have a happy wedding scene, with Arnold as the pastor, and the dance following would be to techno music, accompanied by a disco ball. Right before the credits, there'd be a shocking ending where a German Shepard is brought into the same room as the dog from the rest of the movie, and Billy Connolly would be an insane dog-breeder.
Possible Title: "P.S. I Woof You"
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... And they had 'The Empire Strikes Back', the fifth of the four Star Wars films. He is fucking with us numerically, isn't he! "Children, count up to ten." "Four, five, six, one, two, three, ten". No, it goes, four, five, six, one, two, three… No, it goes: four, five, six. One... Two and three have not been made." "Two and three have not been made! What should they be?" "What should they be? We do not know. All we know is that there will be a big floppy character in it that goes, squawk squawk squawk... who needs a punch up the bracket!"
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