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Pig Pile 33: Special Live Show w/ Podcast!

You guys,

Our monthly Pig Pile variety show is back tomorrow at 9:30pm at The Creek and the Cave.  We have some great standup’s and one of our favorite improv troupes performing.  This is going to be a great show right there.  It’s going to be an even better show because at the end we (Priest and the Beekeeper) are going to stick around and do Movie Movie Podcast right in front of you!

We’re going to record our cast as we usually do, and talk about The Bourne Legacy, but we are also going to get the audience involved and get your opinions about the newest Bourne film, the old Bourne films, or whatever tangents we go off on.  I think it’s going to be fun any way you slice it!  All you have to do is show up and be prepared to participate (and also see The Bourne Legacy between now and tomorrow evening)!

The Olympics are over.  Get out of your house and live your life!

Show is free, the food is awesome, and the drinks are cheap as usual.

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Fake Movie Friday – The Lucky Picture

Nicholas Sparks is known far and wide for basically taking the same book and re-working it so he can squeeze another Channing Tatum vehicle out of it.  Knowing this, my good friends Michelle Tully and Tom Censani, came up with a play on The Lucky One called The Lucky Picture.  I have taken several liberties with their plot as it was originally only 4 drunken sentences I wrote on my iPhone in the bar.

The film stars Chris Pine as a down on his luck surgeon named Max.  Patient after patient has died on his watch and he is having what surgeons call “bad luck”.  He considers at one point giving up his profession, his life, and moving back from the big city to the midwest to open up a small-town practice. One night while out with his friends and few too many drinks, he takes a cab home and in the backseat there is a random polaroid headshot of a woman.  The photo is of Isla Fisher. He speaks to the photo and says something lame like “I bet she’s having better luck than me…wherever she is…”

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Fake Movie Friday – Rubbernecking

Rubbernecking is a white-knuckle thriller from the master of suspense, David Slade.  Rubbernecker is a thrilling suspense film starring Paul Bettany, Michelle Monaghan and everyone’s favorite, Ryan Gosling.

A black screen appears with the statistics on all the motor related fatalities that occurs accidentally in LA.

Rubbernecker opens on Paul Bettany playing Milton Stuart waking up to go to work at his office.  It looks like any other day from the outset.  He leaves his wife, still sleeping and goes to work.  The whole time he’s there he looks at either his watch or the nearby clock.  As soon as 5 o’clock hits, he calls home and tells his wife he has to work late.  He gets up, gets into his car and pulls out of the driveway.  He pulls out of the driveway and over to the curb and waits. We see Bettany’s character Milton look at his watch and as he does that, a car drives past him.  He immediately begins following the car.

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Fake Movie Friday – Charlie Falls

Charlie Falls

Charlie Falls is loosely based on a non-existent author’s latter teenage years growing up in 1970’s Westchester, NY with his parents.  Josh Hutcherson plays Charlie.  His name is Charlie because it makes for a great title (Charlie Bartlett, Charlie Wilson’s War, Charlie St. Cloud). This is the type of movie that comes out in the early fall just as college students are going back to school.  The audience is clearly HS and college girls who think they are different and like dramas with cute boys.  It will have a very indie-fonted posted, and be reminiscent of something someone would make if they have only ever seen Wes Anderson films and nothing else.

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Fake Movie Friday- The Last Bouquet

Every Friday here at Movie Movie we’ll be giving you a glimpse of what we do at our live improv show (Pig Pile, Every 3rd Thursday of the month, 930, Creek and The Cave, NYC). At Pig Pile, we receive a suggestion and produce, write, market, and review a movie. Here’s a fake movie that I just made up.

The Last Bouquet

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