A mockumentary about people with gigantic egos
Yet another sequel to my Razzies Outlook for the decade, in which we look at summer blockbuster flops, failures (critically), and some surprising contenders. Inspired by Joe DartMouth/D1CK_NOLT3/Pretentious Hipster from Washington's Worst Movie of the Year entries. Join me, as we bash the directors/actors/actresses/writers responsible for this intentionally hilarious outrage followed by blaming, rage quits, and possible drama outside of the screen. Note: If anybody has any better nick names for the cast and the movies, let me know!
Part II of my Silver-Gem(ini) trilogy, this entry focuses on satire of making fantasy movies, Game of Thrones, Old English material, Shakespeare, and mythology. -- Ben Carver, an aspiring yet broke filmmaker graduating from film school has trouble breaking into the industry despite having little successes with his short films on YouTube. He embarks on a plane to California but accidentally gets on a plane to London and walks the streets with total confusion as to what surrounds him. Whilst coming across a Game of Thrones Comic-Con event, Ben is inspired to make a "spin-off" of the show and begins ...
Inspired by D1ck_N0lt3's entry "Gods of Egypt: The Horsedick of Cinema", this is just my take on the Razzie nominations that were announced this year, but with actors/actresses and directors instead, resulting in fighting, blaming, and divisive arguing about how people could have made the movie better or at least, reacted to it. Note: This is only made for fun, please let me know what taglines should be added to the nominated candidates for the 2017 Razzies! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/37th_Golden_Raspberry_Awards
Chronicling a day in the lives of a select few living in Cyclone City, a supposed metropolis with a very high crime rate yet is under the protection of the godlike superhero Apex. (Notes: This movie is essentially The Office if it was set in a comic book universe. And the documentarian is to be played by a well known British comedian.) MPAA Rating: Rated R for language. CHARACTERS: Will Whitley - A young, introverted and quiet photojournalist working for Cyclone City's local paper The Daily Bannister, and is the secret identity of Apex (think Clark Kent meets Peter Parker.) ...
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