February 28, 2014 at 8:33 pm #453418
Here are some title parodies of the nine BP nominees. Purely for humor, not meaning to insult the film, people who worked on the film, or any user on GD.
- Canadian Hustle
- Captain Crunch “I am the Captain now”
- Michael Myers’ Club (Dallas Buyers’ Club)
- Cavity! “Don’t Let Go… of that tooth!”
- Narnia (Nebraska)
- Phil? Oh… mean, ah! (yeah, this one was hard)
- Twelve Beers a Slave
- The Kitty Cat of Wall Street “Was all this [using the human toilet] legal? Absolutely not.”
FYC: Ready Player One. Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Visual Effects, Original Score, Production Design, Director and BEST PICTURE (make it happen Oscars!!)February 28, 2014 at 11:13 pm #453420
PhilomaniaMarch 1, 2014 at 6:50 am #453421
Captain Charlie Wilson Phillips
Oscar Buyers Club
Grabbity (DON’T LET GO)
No Country for Bruce Dern
Nuns Are Mean-a.
Pitt Saves the Slave
The Real Douche Lords of Wall StreetMarch 1, 2014 at 3:28 pm #453422
^These are pretty great, especially the Philomena one
Come participate in this year's Goldderby Rankings! http://www.goldderby.com/forum/movies/2017-goldderby-rankings/June 27, 2014 at 1:52 pm #453423
American Huddle (this one was hard)
Captain Philip Phillips
Dallas Stars Hockey Club
Phil Collins Mania
12 Years A Slave 4 U
Werewolves of Wall StreetJuly 22, 2014 at 10:39 am #453424
American David O. Russell
Captain Phillip Phillips
12 Years a Rave
The Fox of Wall Street
Dallas Criers Club
A Cranky Old Man Walking
Philomania (Unoriginal but that’s as best as I can do)
Just for Fun:
Saving Mr. Banksy
The Great Fatsby
All is FoundJuly 22, 2014 at 7:59 pm #453425
Only 12 Years a Slave?
“O ya? Old People Can Be Funny, and Vulgar too”
Dallas Busted Club
Fuckers of Wall Street
“Powerful Love” (that’s the meaning of her character’s name)
“Robbed”, (except for Screenplay)
Saint PhillipsJuly 23, 2014 at 1:07 am #453426
12 Hours a Rave
A film set in one of Britain’s controversial rave clubs, with events taking place over 12 hours. Told in real time. Directed by Martin Scorsese
American Brussel Sprout
David O. Russell directs this quirky comedy about a grandmother (Jennifer Lawrence) who is taking care of her grandson (Bradley Cooper) and insists on feeding him only brussel sprouts. He hatches a plan with a con man (Chris Tucker) to try and escape.
Eric Clapton (Phillips)
Eric Clapton and some of his friends go out for a day at sea on his yacht. However, very soon they find they are being boarded by One Direction, who insist on hijacking the boat. Clapton puts on a bad Boston accent.
Frequent Fliers Club
Matthew McConaughey plays a cowboy electrician who refuses to pay for the high prices on airplanes. He enlists the help of a gossipy California teenage girl (Jared Leto) to pose as his daughter as they open their own flight agency called the Frequent Fliers Club.
A dentist (George Clooney) and his assistant (Sandra Bullock) are assigned to repair the cavity of an elderly man who has never brushed his teeth. After the dentist accidentally injects novocaine into himself, he floats away, leaving Bullock to repair the cavity. A lot of spinning on the dental chair and screaming.
A sad loner (Joaquin Phoenix) living in the future falls in love with a computer system named Samantha. After a particularly romantic night, he discovers that she gave him computer herpes. He needs to decide if he wants to continue pursuing a relationship with a computer system, even thought she gave him an TTD (Technologically Transmitted Disease)
Sarah Palin receives a letter in the mail saying she has been elected president of the USA. She plans on walking all the way to Washington D.C. to claim the presidency. Her son-in-law Levi tries to tell her that it is just a scam by the Daily Show. However, Sarah insists on going, so her, Levi and a foul-mouthed John McCain trek to Washington D.C.
Quentin Tarantino directs this gritty exploitation film about an old woman (Judi Dench) whose son has been stolen from her when she was a teenage mother. Along with a sarcastic journalist (Christoph Waltz), she tears across Europe and America on a killing spree to find her son.
The Wolf of Mall Street
A sad and lonely, but idealistic young man (Leonardo DiCaprio) arrives in New Jersey and finds several malls, and marvels at their revenue. He decides he is going to create his own mall, one that will become the most successful in history. In order to do this, he needs to know exactly what consumers want, so he employs a single, middle-aged Jewish mother (Jonah Hill) to help him. Through sleazy tactics and a lot of deceit (and a lot of nudity – weird for a movie set in a mall), the pair rise and fall in the kingdom of consumerismJuly 23, 2014 at 4:38 am #453427
Those were all pretty funny, but Alaska had me howling.
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