Monday, December 20, 2010

Day 21 - Less Successful Blog-Based Movies w/Alliterative Titles

Day 21.

Mikey & Michael

This film contrasts the life of Michael Jackson, the original King of Pop, with the life of Mikey Thomas, a young New Yorker who plans on spending a year molesting all 524 kids involved in Jackson's trial and then blogging about the experience.

Adian & Adolf

This film contrasts the life of Adolf Hitler, noted German dictator and leader of the Nazi party, with the life of Adian Smith, a young New Yorker who plans on spending a year recreating World War II and the Holocaust and then blogging about the experience. 

Moe J. & O. J. (not an alliteration, but I can't come up with anything better)

This film contrasts the life of O.J. Simpson, Pro Football Hall-of-Famer, with the life of Moe Johnson, a young New Yorker who plans on spending a year murdering his wife and her friend Ronald Goldman and then blogging about the experience. 

Oskar & Osama

This film contrasts the life of Osama bin Laden, terrorist-at-large, with the life of Oskar Kokoshka, young New Yorker who plans on spending a year planning the 9/11 terrorist attacks and then blogging about the experience (Wait, that was in poor taste. I apologize).

Carl & Carson

This film contrasts the life of Carson Daly, noted late-night talk show host, with the life of Carl Weathers, a young New Yorker who plans on spending a year watching Late Call with Carson Daly and then killing himself afterwards.

Worse than Hitler and Osama.
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Julie & Julia
Quote of the Day: "I can't imagine Dorothy running off with Ivan Cousins."

9 comments:

  1. This was awesome. I particularly enjoyed the "Mikey and Michael" one.

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  2. Is the Carl Weathers of "Carson and Carl" the same as the Carl Weathers known for such films as Rocky, Rocky II, Rocky III, Rocky IV, Predator and Happy Gilmore?

    I sure hope so.

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  3. I obviously need to find a movie that is so much like my name that I can start a fabulously cliche blog, too. My life can then be complete!

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  4. brilliant, except why are they all new yorkers? no, seriously?

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  5. Because Julie was a New Yorker...??

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  6. oh. yeah. that makes sense. we are kind of whiny and bloggy.

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  7. Just found this blog. Good stuff, I hope you'll go all the way through with it!

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  8. thank you for that. my day today has been shit. so what do i do? i turn on a lil' julie and julia. cobb salad scene alone is already making me feel better.
    i think i love you.

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  9. aaaah the memories :)

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