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Discussion in 'Misc. Films' started by PyroChamber, Aug 13, 2012.
I'm not even clicking the link. Just reading the title of this thread filled me with nausea.
And it's going straight to DVD? This one's going to be a holiday gem.
I don't really see the issue. There was already one sequel, in terms of My Summer Story. Jean Shepard wrote a lot...and the characters are fantastic.
Fighting with candy canes.. yeah that looks.. so hilarious. :|
..They're using the leg lamp again? So what, is it a remake or a sequel? A ..Requel?
I want to meet the guy who said "Hey, we should make another Christmas Story movie"....
Maybe we should all shoot our eyes out.
Trailer for A Christmas Story 2
The original is a classic. I have it on DVD and watch it every December. But does it really need a sequel? REALLY?
It doesn't say what year it takes place, I just hope they don't go with fart jokes to get a laugh (then again maybe they'll need it for this turd).
Good to see Daniel Stern and I expect to see this one soon on Comedy Central.
There was Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss, too.
Which I remember thinking was pretty good when I was a kid.
This looks like a cash grab rehashing the same storylines from the first movie. Even bringing back the leg lamp? Really? I hope Jean Shepherd's estate made a ton of money letting them do this so that at least someone will benefit from it.
What I did after watching that trailer: [YT]-rfhwpQf4WY[/YT]
I'll send this to the relatives I hate.
At least they're trying, I suppose. I like the 80's aesthetic.
I saw this trailer earlier.
I choose to pretend this is not happening.
better yet, shoot out the eyes of the ones responsible for even CONSIDERING turning this into reality...
When I first heard about this, I thought that for sure this was a joke. That some guy simply just made a phony movie poster not unlike the stuff you see on Cracked.com.
Then I saw the IMDB page.
And then the trailer.
And realizing that this all-too obvious cash-in on a beloved Christmas classic was actually for real made me weep for humanity.
Good news is that the overwhelming number of dislikes for it on YouTube (1,317 and rising) has completely restored my hope. t:
The fake Ralphie gave me the creeps.