I've noticed an odd phenomenon at the movies lately. The last four pictures I've been to I've seen people walk in about an hour into the movie. They have a big full bucket of popcorn and drinks and they stand there in the dark trying to decide where to sit.
You see what's happened, is they've walked into the wrong theater. This is disturbing for a variety of reasons. The theater number is printed on the ticket, and posted in front of the proper auditorium. Then someone takes your ticket, and despite their adversities they courageously tell you which theater to go to. Furthermore, can't these people tell when they walk in that something isn't right? I mean I guess they just assume that they're a few minutes late, but still.
I guess the thing that worries me the most is that this has only started happening recently. I don't like this new direction that we the people are taking. Oh well. Guess it's just another thing for Obama to take care of.
I bring this up because I've thinking alot about movies lately. My screenwriting career hasn't taken off like I'd hoped. It's time for me to get crackin', so this week I've been brainstorming and I've come up with tons of plot ideas for different movies and I wanted to share a few:
- heist gone wrong
- two people don't like each other at first
- some assholes go to college
- misfit triumphant
- boobs n' monsters
- funny accents
- there's nothing in the rulebook that says a Dachshund can't play third base
- based on the graphic novel nobody has ever heard of
- old people skydive
- the robots have started thinking for themselves
- rappin' animals (cgi)