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Old 06-27-2009, 05:18 AM
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Here's more movie titles!

"Dark Knight II: Batman Takes a Holiday"

"Tom Cruise Meets Ethan Hunt"

"U.S. President John McCain"

"Shakespeare -- Potato Chip Millionaire"

"Get Rich Soon: Multi-Level Marketing, Watergate, and You"

"Beauty Tips By the Horta Rock Creature"

"Beer Breweries and Warp Theory: A Forty-Part Lecture Series"
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Actually, there IS a documenatary on John Williams and his process for scoring a movie.
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Actually, there IS a documenatary on John Williams and his process for scoring a movie.
Interesting!

I don't think George Lucas would allow a movie to be made with "Star Wars" in it just to cover a world concert tour of John Williams playing Star Wars music. I think it would devalue the brand.

No offense against classical music -- I love classical music! -- but it's all about the money, and classical music movies aren't all that popular (except for Amadeus, but that was a fluke).

A world concert tour, itself, featuring SW music might not be out of the question at all, though.
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Michael Jackson: Superstar!

KISS Meets Mary Poppins

Spiderman Vs Octomom!

Star Wars Thanksgiving Day Special (oh, wait...)

Saw 7: Let's Play a Game, Charlie Brown!

Syriana 2: Veggie Tales
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[quote=Star Trek Viewer;226251]Interesting!

I don't think George Lucas would allow a movie to be made with "Star Wars" in it just to cover a world concert tour of John Williams playing Star Wars music. I think it would devalue the brand.



More than "The Clone Wars" you mean?
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Come on, everyone! Be creative and write some implausible movie titles. [Oops! I posted this before I saw your recent contribution, FanWriter45! ]

Here's some more:

"Teddy Ruxpin and the Incident at Roswell"

"WarGames: This Time It's Personal"

"Terminator Meets the Bicentennial Man"

"It Came From Okefenokee Swamp University"

"Charlotte's Web: The Spider, The Legend"

"The Secret of Great-Looking Tea Cozies in Just Five Minutes"

"Bill and Ted's Moderately Interesting Afternoon Drive"

"DOWN! The Story of Lucifer, the Horrible Example for Kids"

"GM: The World's Best-Run Corporation That Never Filed For Bankruptcy"
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sorry, shipmate, they just popped it my head as concert movies.

not looking for any arguement here, but I rate them as highly as I rate the ROLLING STONES
No worries, DammitJim, your statement just kinda cracked me up.
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More than "The Clone Wars" you mean?
Even more!

By the way, I like your movie titles!
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Plus, added bonus: You will make plateau-related geographical features with comfort food!

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"Superman Leaves Again: The Wrath of Lois Lane"

"Good Housekeeping's Etiquette Guide Featuring Andrew Dice Clay"

"Wholly Smoke: Why Cigarettes Are Nature's Cure-All"

"Gardening Tips With Khan Noonien Singh"

"Stephen King's Thinner Still, And You Can Be Too"

"Watch This Stupid Movie Or Just Give Me Your Money -- Your Choice"
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