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James McClung
Posted: February 22nd, 2006, 7:51pm Report to Moderator
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Another great addition to the SS script library that's been growing here for sometime. Some great moments in this one. The high horse was the highlight for me. Some nice, funny twists on the characters as well. I liked Higgonaitor's character in particular because he was so crazy, Corey Feldman was kind of random but funny nevertheless, and Boll seriously got the shaft in this one, which is always great.

The opening scene didn't make much sense to me and seemed out of place but I enjoyed the rest of the script anyway. Good job.


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Old Time Wesley
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Corey Feldman was a reference to Andy's Goonies fan-isms, yes he was a random add in as I could have made the dark figure somebody from the site... Hell Bert probably would have worked better as the dark figure but that's what happens when you get ideas later on after the fact.

I did that opening scene for 2 reasons, 1. It references a conversation between Heretic and I where he introduced me to Shaolin Soccer and 2. I wanted Andy to be on a flying pirate ship, that was part of a plot I didn't stick with.

Best way to explain SimplyScripts Screenplays - A bunch of random events brought together by the addition of a silly plot.

Thanks for the read, if nothing else at least people have fun reading these types of scripts.


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Posted: February 23rd, 2006, 1:02am Report to Moderator
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Hehe...I was laughing about the "Dummy" part. This script is very etertaining, and I was laughing at some of the funny parts. I can see I was not in this one, but oh well.

Good script.

E.T.


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Andy Petrou
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Quoted from Old Time Wesley
Corey Feldman was a reference to Andy's Goonies fan-isms, yes he was a random add in as I could have made the dark figure somebody from the site... Hell Bert probably would have worked better as the dark figure but that's what happens when you get ideas later on after the fact.


Bert and I??????? I keep thinking of Bert's avatar pic and mine making off with one another. How funny. Would have been a mighty interesting read, lmao!  

I LOVE that flying goonies pirate ship. Dammit, Steven, now I'm gonna have to invent one along with my Goonie-fied Delorean.
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Breanne Mattson
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I thought this was really funny. I even had a cameo. Highlights for me:


ALANIS
I made a song about irony once.

CHRIS
Now you're a washed up anorexic whore with less talent than your boyfriend.

- I donít know who her boyfriend is but itís still pretty darn funny.


CHRIS
Stay here.

ANDY
I like to travel great distances.

- Haha


CHRIS
Damn, this hand has done so many things for me I thought a Jedi mind trick might work on you.

- This is just wrong, man! Haha!


Don creaking out of his chair was a good one.


- ďStuck in the Middle with YouĒ by Bob Dylan? I didnít know Bob recorded it. You sure you donít mean Gerry Rafferty (with Steelerís Wheel)?


ANDY
You're my bitch, remember that.

- This should be Andyís new sig. -- haha!


COREY
Hey, do you think Uwe Boll would use me in his next movie?

- Haha. I saw Corey on the Surreal Life. He really is that pathetic.


And darn, Heretic is actually a pretty good superhero name for real.

Good job, Wes. I laughed quite a bit.


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Old Time Wesley
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Yeah about that song, damned song was mislabeled... Stealers Wheel is the band who recorded it, I guess I should have caught that but what can you do?

It's that dude from Blade 3.. Ryan Reynolds.

You actually had more than just a small cameo in the original idea, as Andy's first mate you'd be key to the original plot which was basically Heretic and Bruce Campbell (As Ash) against you and Andy (The Pirates) with your crew of mighty women.

When the mental institution thing came to me I couldn't resist... If I ever write the sequel or if you wanted to it'd be you, balt and Steven robbing a bank trying to get balt back on SS.

But who knows if that'll ever happen.


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ANDY
I like to travel great distances.

- Haha

ANDY
You're my bitch, remember that.

- This should be Andyís new sig. -- haha!


I thought these were hillarious too... If only I was this funny in real life!   In fact, I took your advice and made it my sig under my avatar..... excellent idea, and I shall indeed give that line a go... haha.

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In fact, I took your advice and made it my sig under my avatar...


Haaa -- thatís hilarious!


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Old Time Wesley
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If only Balt were here to see or read any of this, I'm sure he'd love and hate it at the same time.

I'm not very good at writing female characters so I just make them "bad" ass so they become sexual but in a way that it's manipulative. (When women use men it makes me happy, it's like that saying when something happens an angel gets his wings)

The sequel should be a bank robbery but I had the funniest idea after watching the Pamela Anderson roast on DVD (Great DVD) what if a sex tape leaked out and Don had to call in the Investigative crew (Members to be determined) and what is on that tape could ruin the image of one of the moderators.

Anyways I'll leave that idea to linger.


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This is one of the funnier SS scripts I've read. You write some really punchy dialogue. I like the idea of SS as a mental asylum. It actually makes a lot of sense.

Here's a few of the things I liked:

The Alanis thing cracked me up. Harsh but fair

Hey kids, it's George Wilson - hahaha

Nice to see Uwe made the cut.

HERETIC (CONT'D)
Are you trying to get inside my mind?

DON
What? No.

Shaft versus Zombies. Now that's a great idea.

They both look down at the bloody twisted wreck that is Uwe Boll's body

I love your emotional death scene with Don. It brought a tear to my eye.

It was a fun read. I think I've overdosed on these SS parody scripts for now, but the sex tape thing sounds like a great idea for a sequel.

Nice work.
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Old Time Wesley
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I'm not sure why I'm mean to people like Alanis, sure she's got the vocal range of a turtle but she's done nothing physically wrong. She's Canadian, have to represent for my home and native land.

It's ironic, don't you think?

You know writing that dramatic death scene that's what I tried to do, Lord of the Rings had me tearing up in the scene I used as a parody. Emotions are hard to generate through a screenplay. (Nobody else mentioned it so it must not work as much in comedy)

Thanks for enjoying it though, what else is it here for if not for that?


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