|Old_Zircon - 2012-11-11 |
I want Sweet Pickles Bus: The Movie
|Toenails - 2012-11-11 |
|KillerGazebo - 2012-11-11 |
They're missing the personification of Arnold's gender identity issues, and everyone's favourite character Janet.
|The Mothership - 2012-11-11 |
Frizzle: [laughing] The schoolbus brought me back. I told you she won't let me leave - she won't let anyone leave. Did you really think you could destroy this schoolbus? She's defied space and time. She's been to a place you couldn't possibly imagine. And now... it is time to go back.
Arnold: I know. To hell.
Frizzle: You know nothing. Hell is only a word. The reality is much, much worse.
Even without this being an "Event Horizon' rewrite, I can totally picture Arnold trying to destroy the school bus.
|Quad9Damage - 2012-11-11 |
Why are these nostalgic fake trailers always so beautiful and spot-on? One would think they'd be pandering Family Guy cutaway-gag style shit, but my God, now I WANT a poignant "Doug" movie and I WANT a poignant "Magic School Bus" movie.
Because they're made in the spirit of fond nostalgia, and not Michael Bay-style cash-ins.
Sanest Man Alive
I'd also love to see that Hey Arnold! horror movie.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2012-11-11 |
I picture Miss Frizzle as going to hell because she is actually an incarnation of the Master.
|memedumpster - 2012-11-11 |
This is not weirder or personally darker than the actual cartoon. That show fucks me up.
So "Magic School Bus" is kind of like "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," where people assume Frizzle is sweet and kind and well-meaning, but the reality is the Friz is kind of a sociopath?
|Caminante Nocturno - 2012-11-11 |
-1 because you can't just write Liz out of the movie like that. Liz was the best character, for god's sake!
5 for Liz!
|snothouse - 2012-11-11 |
This is a really good idea for a movie. I only wish Lily Tomlin had been lurking in the shadows at the last second.
|fluffy - 2013-01-10 |
My fifth grade teacher (whose name was, I shit you not, Lynne Lazelle) was sort of a real-life Mrs. Frizzle, except instead of taking us on field trips she'd attempt transcendental meditation while the hyperactive kids in the classroom started up fight clubs while bored out of their skulls. She also thought that teaching math meant speed drills, and she'd grade us on how quickly we could finish two-by-two-digit multiplication problems, and she insisted that we not learn to use computers because they won't always be available for solving important math problems.
She died of brain cancer about 10 years ago.
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