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For the love of all that is good, please tell me this was a script commissioned by a studio, not something a screenwriter wrote of his or her own accord.

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Stop hurting me with your words. :[

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that trailer felt like it was 2 hours long

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FifthSurprise said on August 17th, 2009 at 10:35 am

I’m surprised no farting jokes made their way into “The Magic Fountain”.

Maybe they’ll be in the sequel “Magic Fountain 2: Fountain Overflow”

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How is this significantly different from “Good Luck Chuck”?

I’m still waiting for some studio to option up all the parody movie shorts they used in the beginning of “Tropic Thunder” and turn them into actual films.

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One day this will become one of those 5-minute internet “television” things and we’ll find out that First actually IS a 9-year old…

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I’m just going to assume that Will Arnett likes money.

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Shouldn’t that be Ey-talian? And Kristen Bell never struck me as being a regular romcom starlet. She’s too..I dunno, pointy. Not unattractive, but just not the type.

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Your post has better dialogue than the movie.

From the description, though, this sounds like a remake of the annoying 1954 film Three Coins in the Fountain, which itself was a blatant attempt to jump on the bandwagon of 1953’s excellent Roman Holiday, which said everything that needs to be said about Rome and fountains, really.

Thus, there is even less need to see this latest piece of shit than there would otherwise have been.

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Italians: They Know What they Did

That’s Grade-A T-Shirt material.

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Lister Sage said on August 17th, 2009 at 4:14 pm

Zenrage: It has been a plan of mine that should I ever become famous and get asked one of those “Is there anyone in Hollywood you don’t get along with?” questions I would answer ‘Leonard Maltin’. They would obviously ask “Why?” to which I would respond ‘He knows what he did’. Now, I have a real reason, but they dont have to know that. Plus, when it gets back to Maltin he’d be all ‘I have no idea what his problem is.’

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Says that the guy writing it also wrote Daredevil and Ghost Rider. And we all know how well those turned out!

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Craig Oxbrow said on August 17th, 2009 at 5:18 pm

Dammit, Bell, why aren’t you fighting crime or doing something else I can like you doing?

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Did they actually give Time Traveller’s Wife a happy ending?

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Required Name Here said on August 17th, 2009 at 6:31 pm

@ Joe:

Yeah, Michael J Fox showed Eric Bana the proper way to travel through time.

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Wow…just wow. Every time you do this I forget that it’s actually based on a real thing until the end. Then I shudder and weep when I realize that studios are actually throwing millions of dollars after crap like this.

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ps238principal said on August 17th, 2009 at 7:26 pm

“Josh DuHamel owes me a favour.”

No American spell-says “favor” like that. Imposter!

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Did the Italians ordered Four to eat Bigwig’s sandwich?

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That this is a thing makes me deeply sad.

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“The next time we’re chatting up two chicks, how ’bout leaving the one who knows more about wookies alone with… this.”
“No!”
“No?”
“No!”
“No?”
“No!”
“What about…yes?”
“No!”
“Yes?”
“…yes.”

Because that was the single ten seconds of that trailer I giggled at, I’m going to assume that has nothing else to do with the rest of the movie.

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@Lister

Either that or Leonard might cringe at the thought and think “oh god, how did he find out?”

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I’m still waiting for some studio to option up all the parody movie shorts they used in the beginning of “Tropic Thunder” and turn them into actual films.

Between those and the Grindhouse trailers, I would totally have movies, for, like A WEEK.

White meat. Dark meat. All will be carved. Thanksgiving.

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DON’T

see this movie.

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Robert Rodriguez is in the process of making Machete

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. . . after watching one and a half good seasons of Veronica Mars, this hurt me in my heart bits. And the ad for the friggin’ soundtrack at the end made me actively want to fly to Hollywood and punch somebody.

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30 MINUTE ad? TV’s done and gone with programming now?

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Never before has a movie made Two sound anything like rational — let alone able to string two words together in the right order. Was he the one who ate salt?

Anyway, that alone is the most important indicia of how horrible this movie is. It makes Two sound smart. Shudder.

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