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    Default Parodies/MoviesWithinMovies that should become movies..

    Son of Crocodile Dundee. The superbowl Australian tourism ad becomes an actual film. Chris Hemsworth as Paul and Linda's son, Margot Robbie as the girl raised by Dingo's he falls in love with. Killer Koalas, bunyips and yowie monsters, wild aboriginals with disappearing/reappearing wrist watches and more!

    Angels live in my town : Mark Wahlberg as Dirk Diggler as Brock Landers. An adult movie minus the sex and the nudity. Crappy acting, worse dialogue and a dumb plot. John C. Reilly and Julianne Moore costar with Ron Jeremy as the evil Mr. Big. Features a speed boat chase a 'la Miami Spice (1988)

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    "CQ" was a movie about the making of a "Barbarella" type 60's sexy scifi film. I think the movie within the movie would have been more entertaining.

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    The movie they were making in "Day for Night" and Fellini's "8 1/2"

    The Tom Cruise Austin Powers movie from Austin Powers 3.
    There came a time when the Old Gods died! The Brave died with the Cunning! The Noble perished locked in battle with unleashed Evil! It was the last day for them! An ancient era was passing in fiery holocaust!

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    There's an episode of Animaniacs where Yakko, Wakko, and Dot go to a drive-in to watch a foreign movie. It's in black and white and people wearing striped shirts and berets say depressed dramatic dialogue that seem to be the lyrics to the Farashaka song. I wouldn't mind a movie short of that.

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    The TV show or the Italian action films that Leo was shooting in Last Days of Hollywood.

    Coming Home in a Body Bag, the Viet Nam movie mentioned in True Romance

    Fox Force Five, the TV pilot mentioned in Pulp Fiction.

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    Daniel Radcliffe dog-walking romantic comedy from Trainwreck : parody of rom-coms

    The return of Jack Slater : Naked Gun type parody

    Attack of the Zombie pimps : Hollywood Shuffle

    Willem Dafoe's dull arty flick from the Mr Bean movie (can't be any worse than Antichrist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby101 View Post

    The Tom Cruise Austin Powers movie from Austin Powers 3.
    Itd weirdly be better then the Austin Powers movies. Its just a generic Cruise action movie which is mediocre but timeless compared to the Powers movies which have aged like milk

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    The fake previews at the end of History of the World Part 1.
    Make America Good Again.

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    Leo's flamethrower WWII movie...

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    "The Legend of Batman" opera from Batman Beyond should totally become a real musical.

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    Fox Force Five, the TV pilot mentioned in Pulp Fiction.
    There's a theory that while the pilot didn't get picked up, it was retooled into a movie...Kill Bill.

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    One from back in the day...

    Mutants Of 2051 A.D. is a short segment in the film Strange Brew.

    It absolutely would have been worth revisiting.

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    It's also worth noting that the film Cecil B. Demented is a real treasure trove of this sort of thing...

    - Honey Whitlock's films.
    - Cherish having the entire career as an adult film actress that we get a brief glimpse of.
    - Patch Adams: The Director's Cut.
    - The "Forrest Gump" sequel that is being filmed.
    - That we never actually see the cut of the film that The Sprocketholes are producing during the course of the film(though it does seem that the crew members get away with the footage at the close of the movie...)

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    That crime thriller starring Bruce Willis and Julia Roberts in Robert Altman's "The Player." (don't recall the name) I'm sure it wouldn't have been any better than a 2 1/2 star movie, but it's still two of the biggest stars of the time and I bet they'd have had great chemistry. It'd be one of those movies you'd find yourself watching whenever it came on tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by numberthirty View Post
    One from back in the day...

    Mutants Of 2051 A.D. is a short segment in the film Strange Brew.

    It absolutely would have been worth revisiting.
    SCTV had a lot of great spoofs of movies. There was Johnny LaRue's POLYNESIANTOWN (a CHINATOWN parody but with elements of CITIZEN KANE). Count Floyd ran WHISPERS OF THE WOLF on "Monster Chiller Theatre," thinking it would be a spooky movie but it was an Ingmar Bergman film--a mix of PERSONA with CRIES AND WHISPERS and THE HOUR OF THE WOLF. And then there was INDIRA, which parodied EVITA, but I also think it was a take off on COAL MINER'S DAUGHTER, as Indira was a "cow minder's daughter"--Slim Whitman played the Che Guevara role. I was on the floor rolling with laughter whenever SCTV was on the air.
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