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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Biship, Jan 17, 2019.
Sign me right the fuck up for this
We need more movies whose concepts we're thought of over a few blunts and acid squares.
i guess i am in the extreme minority here but that looks awful
I wouldn't say it looks awful but the concept sounds like bad fiction fourth graders would write for class assignments
Damn it Couldn't find it
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I have no idea where they’re going with it or what the intent is
But I’m 100% in
I laughed at "you're the last resort." I lost at the idea of the FBI getting an old man to kill Big Foot.
I’m still waiting for the sequel to this:
It's getting 85% on RT so I guess people like it so far. I would not have guessed.
Seems kind of like a grown up version of Big Fish or whatever it was.
so more Seth Rogan and James Franco movies?
Dude tells stories about dad or grandpa then those stories end up being true.
Been awhile since I saw it, but that’s seems to be what a remember.
I’m shocked Les Miles isn’t in it.
I'm still unsure if that's a troll even after googling it
Book was good
I'm just thinking of how incredible it would be to overhear this pitch meeting to the financiers about the plot.
Reminds me of one of my all time favorite wkuk skits
Yea I’ve never dealt with film much. But just thinking of that pivot from “older war vet” to contract Bigfoot killer is fucking slaying me
What’s incredible is that it could be two separate very shitty movie ideas.
It’s close to theee honestly with the whole apocalypse angle.
I love the idea that there’s some relatedness between infiltrating the third Reich to assassinate Hitler and hunting/killing Bigfoot
Also, when is this thing set? He’s a WWII vet grandfather of a guy played by a 51 year old.
I think you mean Secondhand Lions?
I'm impressed by that trailer. I'm impressed because it simultaneously portrays the movie to be as great as Schindler's List and as bad as Ishtar.
The movie was entertaining, nothing great, but not bad.
Anything's better than yet another Superhero movie.
They had me at Ron Livingston.