THE MOST EVIL THING. THERE ARE CHILD SOLDIER PRESS GANGS LESS EVIL THAN THIS.
Still probably better than the Tim Burton one, though.
You're thinking of Apocalypse Now.
Up in arms as in against it? I don't see why they'd hate this. Violet and Tom are both seen inflated in the trailer.
Tom hooks Jerry with his front claw, winds up like a New York Yankee, and hurls Jerry in a wide and lazy arc across the courtyard. Bounding over, he throws the now lifeless body again and again, until finally, the broken and bloody corpse of Jerry now suitably tenderized, Tom bites off the head. We leave Tom, absentmindedly chewing on the neck stump, thinking to himself in pictograms above his head "I should show this to Charlie!"
Which other Gene Wilder movie would you like to see animated and co-starring tom & jerry?
Quackser Fortune has a Cousin in the Bronx.
See no evil, Hear no evil, obviously.
Blazing Saddles and also Fred Flintstone is there.
Whoops, didn't see Bort's comment. Sorry.
Whoops missed 'Gene Wilder.' Um.. Death of A Salesman I guess, because reasons
"Stir Crazy", with LOTS of prison rape jokes.
He was in the 'Producers' audience (sort of) in Curb Your Enthusiasm, Tom as Larry David and Jerry as Richard Lewis?
|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. |
|Maggot Brain |
Made to maintain copyrights
Maybe someone who's better at searching these things than I will volunteer, but I can't find an imdb entry anywhere.
Made to maintain copyrights?
If you're unaware, a lot of times when an entity buys rights to some IP, there are clauses that say 'if you do nothing new with it for X amount of time, the rights to make new stuff with the IP revert back to the original owners (or whoever)'.
So hyper-low-budget shit that no one has ever thought about asking for like this is regularly made so that rights owners can keep control of (in this case) the Wonka IP.
willy wonka is now forever linked with roger corman's fantastic four!
Yeah I get that part, like the Happy Birthday song, or how Popeye accidentally let their IP slide into public domain, but I always thought there was an imdb entry per SAG or something that basically states that people were paid to work on and act in this thing. But then again imdb ain't official either I don't think.. but while I wouldn't be proud to say that I worked on this thing, I feel bad for the film student who took this job over a career at Burger King
I know someone who's sold the film rights to his novel more than once because the studio didn't get around to using it.
I know Dahl wasn't a big fan of the original movie (or any adaptions of his work) so he refused to allow the studio to adapt the sequel book or do anything else with the Wonka property. The only thing they can legally do is adapt the original book.
So legally Warner Bros can make as many Wonka movies as they want, but they all have to be remakes of the first one. They can never do anything new with the characters. The closest they'll ever come is having them go through the motions of the old movie while a cat and mouse murder each other in the background. It's completely pointless to hold on this IP but they will no doubt do so until the end of time.
Also, never underestimate the power of the Wal-Mart $4 DVD trough. They'll make their money back with that alone. The Coastal Elites can sneer all we want.
Oh yeah I do remember that now! It explained the existence of these weird OOmpah Loompahs with Beats By Dre on, or whatever the fuck was on when I was giving plasma to pay rent in 2003 or whatevz
Which copyright though? or this a 2 for the price of 1?
I've been think about this more than anyone should and I've have come to the conclusion you can't do anything "good" with Tom and Jerry because all the classic episodes are a bit "racist." It wasn't just Tom and Jerry, it was Tom and Jerry with Mammy Two-Shoes and you can't have a character named Mammy! Mammy Two-Shoes was bad-ass! She had her own business, owned her own house, and she had a hot hand in the dice game.
I fucks with Mammy Two-Shoes!
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|Killer Joe |
I figured, but legal quirks like that interest me enough to write about it. Got no idea about SAG stuff, there's not a whole lot that google is turning up besides other sites bitching about it.
as people sit down the original movie starts playing, right up until the boat scene, when this movie begins to play for its entire length. immediately this tom and jerry kids tier showshow is coated in a thin layer of self-awareness, leaving it immune to proper criticism
where's my check
also good luck getting a cat to give a shit about sweets
|Chocolate Jesus |
how many of you worked on this
I was an adviser to make sure the boat's motions were accurate.
I was the guy whose job it was to go to the homes of all the surviving actors from the original movie and hand them each a letter reading "WE OWN YOUR ONE ENDURING LEGACY ON THIS EARTH."
it's was me. I pulled the two names out of the hat. It was this or Batman meets the Loony Tunes.
Seven Arts/H8 Red
The Do-do's in the DC Universe - him and Michigan J. Frog: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superman_%26_Bugs_Bunny
This is just The Do-do succeeding on a project he failed to complete seventeen years ago. I'm sure Mr. Oz is just Beaky Buzzard wearing a image inducer.
And I bet the blueberry scene will be disappointing, too.
It's so original that they made "ORIGINAL MOVIE" part of the movie's title.
Whoever is responsible for this should face rape charges. This is Trail of Tears level shit right here.
And on a totally unrelated note, why when you click "original link" do you get a completely unrelated Toonami video? TOM is also in the thumbnail link from the main Poetv page.
More or less cynical than "Foodfight!"?
|Caminante Nocturno |
I want to hurt the people behind this, but I'm certain I can never hurt them more than they hurt themselves.
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This is why I don't watch remakes or reboots (aside from Carpenter's The Thing). We can't let Hollywood continue to push these out. We have to starve the beast, drain the swamp, etc.
If we know anything, Hollywood doesn't care about sales. They're going to make remakes for alien legal reasons and complicated union welfare follies.
They'll just write off the loses from their taxes.
A lot of movies a year would have to lose money before studios actually lose money
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