"We should also have villains." "Like-" "-The Parker Brothers.Â Brilliant." "How does that-" "And they'll play each other in a game of Monopoly IN the game of Monopoly." "Fine, but can we at least call it Monopoly 1: Jumanji 2?" "Why?" "Because it would be hilarious." "I'll think about it." "Do you have an ending yet, sir?" "I do, indeed." "Can I guess it?" "CORRECTLY?!?Â I doubt it!" "Our schlubby hero defeats the Parker Brothers (with a little help from Rich Uncle Pennybags!) and saves Monopoly Town or Townopoly or whatever, then he wakes up because it's probably a dream the whole goddamn time like in Vanilla Sky, which is just a poor man's Abren Los Ojos, which is just a poor man's North, which is a stupid movie.Â Anyway, whatever bullshit lesson he learned from defeating the Parker Brothers helps him with the girl he was teased about earlier, as well as with the Monopoly tournament (which he wins because he had it in him all along (or which he loses because he realizes it's just a game and other things are more important)).Â Then the credits roll as we listen to a song that was popular 15 years ago, like All Star or something from
"Can I pitch a movie to you, sir?" "Anytime, champ." "It's called Board Game and- "More like Bored Game." "..." "..." "It's about this guy with a name that rhymes with "sorry" and he's a real nerd when it comes to the game SORRY! The thing is, though, he's really impolite and never says "sorry" in his regular life, only he does say "sorry" when he's playing SORRY! Also he has a crush on a girl and his friends Milton and Bradley pull his leg about it.Â ALSO he's really good at Connect Four, Trouble, LIFE, and UPWORDS.Â He gets ragged on and has his leg pulled about the girl again, then he falls asleep and wakes up in Board Game Land and-" "-More like Bored Game Land." "You said I could pitch a movie to you anytime." "..." "He ends up in Board Game Land, which is just a bunch of different board games, only bigger.Â He has to defeat something or other and all of the sudden he's a player in a game of
"I love it." "There would also be dialogue, probably." "Either way." Later that day I was promoted to King of Movies.Â Even later that day, though, I got my hand cut off and I had to use the Force to get my sister to come pick me up. That's from Star Wars.- -King of Movies
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