I’ve decided to be lazy. Instead of writing a post for myself, I’m going to give you, my awesome readers, a post idea. I suppose I can’t make you do it, but I certainly hope you will. Hopefully, it’s a topic that you’ll like.
If you could make a sequel to any movie that doesn’t already have one, what would it be, and what would it be about?
I am going to dash your hopes by not posting about your question, but instead answering it here.
I would make a sequel to “Unleashed” and I would make it about Danny learning to adjust to living as an ordinary man, getting a job, dating, going to school.
Why does everyone feel the need to dash my hopes?
Does ET have a sequel? If not, then that’s my choice! And Elliot would go to a planet full of ETs!
As far as I know there’s no sequel to it.
Gone with the Wind 2: Breaking Wind
The descendants on the Tara Plantation harness wind power to electrify the town. Think “Breaking Bad” and “Electric Boogaloo” meets “An Inconvenient Truth.
Starring Vin Diesel as a modern day plantation owner struggling to bring about a new economy, Kathy Bates as the woman who gives up everything to be with him,and Danny Devito as Cochese.
That sounds like a whole lot of everything kind of thrown in together.
The Breakfast Club, 26 years later….Did Claire get fat? Did Bender marry Claire? Tune in never! 😉
Do any of them still have a career?
Big Fish or Willow
I actually had to look up Big Fish, as I had never heard of it before. I’m not a fan of Tim Burton, so I’m going to take your word for it on that one.
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I want to know if the crops in “The Wicker Man” came back in abundance the season after the sacrifice.
(And I am talking about the original movie with Christopher Lee, not the remake that I refuse to see.)
Does the remake look bad, or is the original just so good to you that you don’t think they’ll ever be able to top it?
Christopher Lee’s wig from the original movie may be the most frightening thing ever filmed.
They are both bad, but the original is because the studio hated the movie and edited it so badly, they intended for it never to be released. The remake I am avoiding because of Nicholas Cage.
Is he trying to do another southern accent, like in Con Air? I’d avoid it then, too.
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