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Hollywood, out of ideas

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OCBuckWife

I am the evil monkey in your closet
OCBucksFan;976155; said:
It does look like the epic storyline I had grown to expect from Harold and Kumar, however, I don't think there's enough pot in Jamaica to make this film enjoyable.

I'm thinking it will need to be watched while under the effects of a combination of the dankest the islands can offer while suffering from a meat coma, therefore ensuring that one will be unable to physically remove oneself from the couch even if you wanted to.
 
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Ginn4Heisman

Heisman
DaytonBuck;977366; said:
I hear Hayden Panettiere is in the running for the lead


it has already been made...

Bring It On: All or Nothing

that movie gave us this great clip...

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DaytonBuck

I've always liked them
After a recent resurgence with sequels "Rocky Balboa" and the upcoming "Rambo," Sylvester Stallone is taking aim at an MGM remake of the 1974 Charles Bronson starrer "Death Wish."

Stallone is in talks to direct and star as an ordinary man who goes vigilante after his wife and daughter are attacked. Set to write the script are Michael Ferris and John Brancato, whose credits include "Terminator 3" and "Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins."


"Death Wish" fits squarely into MGM's long-term strategy of assembling tentpoles based on a 4,100-title library that encompasses post-1985 MGM fare plus UA, Orion, Polygram, Samuel Goldwyn and Cannon titles.


"We are looking at our library to determine which potential franchise properties make the most sense for us to produce, and 'Death Wish' was clearly one of that jumped out," said MGM chief operating officer Rick Sands. "We hope to get a deal done with Sylvester Stallone to direct and star, and like the 'Rocky' and 'Rambo' films, we see this as another potential franchise for him."

Variety
 
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