The point of most movie spoofs is to parody a film that is ripe for parodying…but what happens when the spoofs look even stupider than the original films? Check out these unfortunate Meatballs and Rollerball wannabes!
Of course, one should never joke about ill health, but since Rupert Grint’s okay, we can all laugh about it now, right? As Alan Alda once said in Crimes And Misdemeanors, “comedy is tragedy plus time!”.
I’m bummed. Was really looking forward to seeing how Steven Soderbergh was going to pull off the adaptation of Michael Lewis’s bestselling baseball book about the Oakland A’s, MONEYBALL, starring Brad Pitt — that is, before Sony decided to yank it out of sight.
But let’s hope Pitt & Soderbergh can come up with the dough sooner than later…
Last week, The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Sean Penn is taking time off from making movies to spend more time with his family, so I couldn’t help but wonder…What if he had taken the last 20+ years off? Who else could’ve possibly filled those shoes?