I love movies, I just don't go to them.
They charge money to go to those things and it turns out... I don't have much money. I think the government would say that I'm really, really poor. So I've decided to believe Uncle Sam (even though he never sends me a birthday card and blows off all our family get togethers) and live like someone who doesn't have a couple of hundred dollars for weekly movie tickets.
I wish I did. I love those gosh darn things like the Mensa members love Oprah.
So I do the next best thing. I listen to Doug Benson's "I love movies" podcast. It's pretty good and has almost nothing to do with movies. I actually listen because he's a comedian who performs while standing up and I enjoy his little riffs that make me laugh inside.
He ends each of his shows with one or two games. I'd like to share one with you.
Sadly I forget what he calls this one, but he takes a movie title...any 'ol title and tries to build it into a giant movie title by adding other movie titles.
I'll give you an example.
He'll start with Die Hard, and then someone will have to add to the front or the back of it.
Die Hard Day's Night
Die Hard Day's Night of the living Dead
Time to Die Hard Day's Night of the living Dead
Nick of Time to Die Hard Day's Night of the living Dead
Nick of Time to Die Hard Day's Night of the living Dead Man Walking
and this is an example of where you can sort of make one word into two...
Nick of Time to Die Hard Day's Night of the living Dead Man Walking of New York
I enjoy this little game, and thought I'd try it out on the 'ol weblog...you in?
Let's start with:
Godfather (you can ignore the "the" in the titles)