Samanfur "The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense." - Tom Clancy
After being subjected at the weekend to the trailer to Titanic: The Sequel (by someone who's due a visit from the T21 equivalent of the Spirit of Vengeance any day now),
You didn't have to follow the link!
It's a Wonderful Life 2: It's The End!
I got the thought in my head that a good sequel that will probably never see the light of day:(quotes)What ideas can you come up with for daft sequels to classic movies? The more ridiculous, the better.
George Bailey (George Clooney) receives an urgent SOS from his old friend Clarence (Max von Sydow). It seems that Clarence absent-mindedly left Gabriel's horn lying around where someone could swipe it.
And they have. Which, of course, could mean the end of the world as we know it if someone decides to try to play a tune on it.
Hopefully, the Other Side haven't found it yet.
It wouldn't do to have any other angels notice, and since Clarence never got an assignment right before he got his wings and has been strangely left out of any interesting missions afterwards, there's no-one else he can turn to.
It's down to George and Clarence to tool up, hit the road and maybe even venture to Hell and back before Mary's apple pie gets cold!
Brigadoon 2: Beck to the Future
When the unspoilt little highland village returns for its one day in the 21st century, the inhabitants find to their horror that a scheming developer wants to plough up their old hillside for the siite of an overpriced holiday pleasuredome!
Can wholesome '50s man Tommy (John Barrowman) overcome his angst as the realisation of what he's let himself in for hits him, and save the hills for future generations in just one day?
Featuring songs by Alan Menken and Elton John.
(Edited by Samanfur 18/05/2006 14:50)