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Like Wafer For Chocolate (the magical and erotic romance of Kit and Kat; they meet at a bar)


The Codfather - he'll make you sleep with the fishes.
The Park knight - a ranger defends his territory.

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Dead Pet's Society - Tales from a Zombie obedience school teacher

Scent of a Roman - Al Pacino stars in this thrilling tale of a gladiator's armor-changer.

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Iron Donkey (Martial artists study under the tutelege of a metal ass)

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dagon (Lovecraft cultists feel constrained by society, but choose different paths and end up killing one another)

The Legend of the Dunken Master (Jackie Chan teams up with Hakeem Olajuwon to combat ne'er-do-wells).


RDM42 wrote:
The Codfather - he'll make you sleep with the fishes.

Damn!

I used The Codfather myself, back on Page 1 of this thread, and yet I failed to make that connection?! Damn!


Dad Poet's Society
Lead Poet's Society
Deaf Poet's Society

Scent to a Woman

Ron Monkey
Ion Monkey
Tron Monkey
(for Sissyl) Pron Monkey

Crouching Tigger, Hidden Dragon
Couching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
Crouching Tiger, Midden Dragon
Crouching Tiger, Hidden Drago

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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Drakon (Chinese Animorphs - res ipsa loquitur)


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The Vroom - Tommy Wiseau joins the Fast & Furious universe

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Glazing Saddles

Iron Moan

Captain America; The First Ab Venger

A Bridge to Farr (asking directions is not their strong suit)

Nice Age

Slaving Private Ryan


Now White (the most impatient Disney Princess)

Sleeping Beatty (Warren Beatty as a Disney Princess)

Princess and the Fog (Disney Movie by way of John Carpenter)

Light of the Living Dead (Glowing Zombies!)

Fight of the Living Dead (Zombies + UFC)

Lawn of the Dead (Plants vs Zombies . . . the Movie!)

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The Moji Movie (obscure foreign language film + sexy youth comedy + med-fi historical edutainment + villain played by Shakespeare veteran who is actually way the hell above movie's league + gratuitous and misguided guilt-porn + wacky sidekicks + random weird CGI sequences = OSCAR GOLD!!!)


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Grizzly LAN ...a film about a sysadmin and his terrible network

The Silence of the Lamps

The Prince of Tide ...a biopic of the CEO of Proctor & Gamble

Farto


The Price of Persia - Adventures in real estate around the ancient empire

Infinity WAN - Tony Stark teams up with the Guardians to deliver Internet access to the whole galaxy.

Can't-Man - Pym is such a pessimist!

Slade Runner - Deathstroke hunts replicants

Equaman - Arthur Curry is not horsing around

Dangerous Feasts and Where to Find Them - Anthony Bourdain's travels through restaurants of the Potterverse.

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Caca Blanca ("It doesn't take much to see that the problems of three little a%#+*#%s don't amount to a pile of s@&@ in this crappy world")


Gone With the Mind - Of all the things Scarlet O'Hara lost, she missed her mind the most...

Vampire Punter D - The exciting worlds of Rugby and Vampires collide.

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Jurassic Word - The returneth ov olde englich.

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NB: That's more like Middle English at best, if not Early-Modern English. Old English is best exemplified by:

Beywulf (a provincial governor from 15th-Century Ottoman Turkey suddenly finds himself in Ancient Albion, becomes a mighty king there after defeating various monsters by using his "Arabian Nights-meets-A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court"-type gimmicks)


Old Man and the Pun

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CUE (starring Tim Curry, and featuring Martin Mull as 1-ball, Leslie Ann Warren as 2-ball, Christopher Lloyd as 4-ball, Eileen Brennan as 5-ball, Michael McKean as 6-ball, and Madeline Kahn as 8-ball)

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STAR TREK: The Potion Picture (Because of course you want to see Alan Rickman as Spock/Leonard Nimoy as Snape!)

STAR TREK: The Wrath of Chan (This one has more and better fight scenes, and a long blooper reel at the end!)

STAR TREK: These Arch for Spock (More than you EVER wanted to know about Federation podiatric technology and shoe fashion...EVER.)

STAR TREK: The Voyage Homer (The Odyssey...IN...SPAAACE!!!)

STAR TREK: The Final Front-Ear (The crew races to prevent the total genocide of an alien race with the g@###~n silliest forehead-makeup in the history of the franchise!)

STAR TREK: The Undiscovered Count Ra (Crossover-fic hardcores, your wish has been granted: Star Trek-meets-Stargate!)


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Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Mope Who's this Skywalker jag-off?

Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Black Darth Vader is one bad motherf- HUSH YO' MOUTH! I'm just talkin' 'bout Vader!

Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Judi The internationally esteemed actress and British national treasure plays a sterner, more authoritarian Princess Leia.

Star Wars: Episode I: The Phandom Menace Christ on a handtruck: these nerds are PISSED!

Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Crones The Star Wars/Golden Girls crossover you never knew you always wanted!

Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Smith What can stop the Emperor's rise to power? Nothing less than a sack from legendary defensive end and Police Academy Alum Bubba Smith. He'll hit Palpatine so hard, he won't know what Side he is on!

Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Aweakens Find out why Jedi were so bad ass forty years ago, but struggle to lift rocks today!

Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Cast Jedi The nerds are back, and they are cheesed off about how many women and POC are in "their" movies!

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Goaty McGoatFace:
GoatToucher wrote:
The nerds are back, and they are cheesed off about how many women and POC are in "their" movies!

You are just being facetious, right? You know that's a complete libel and political sucker-punch straight out of the Bipartisan Institute for Dirty Tricks, right? Here's a great article about exactly that, for whatever it's worth.

Brogue One: Och, S'nother Bloody Starrrr-Scrappin' Flickie, Innit?! (starring Ewan McGregor Ian McDarmid, Ian McKellen, Sean Connery, Karen Gillan, Tilda Swinton, Billy Boyd, Robbie Coltrane, Peter Capaldi, Annie Lennox, a very special cameo by Colin Mochrie as 'The Hopping Woman', and fanservice provided by a sparsely-dressed bounty hunter with custom "lightdagger gauntlets" who, despite attempts to make her over as one of the same species as Darth Maul, is quite obviously Annah from PLANESCAPE: Torment)

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Gone with the Wine.

The Longest Dray.

Off Gods and Generals


GoatToucher wrote:

Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Mope Who's this Skywalker jag-off?

Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Black Darth Vader is one bad motherf- HUSH YO' MOUTH! I'm just talkin' 'bout Vader!

Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Judi The internationally esteemed actress and British national treasure plays a sterner, more authoritarian Princess Leia.

Star Wars: Episode I: The Phandom Menace Christ on a handtruck: these nerds are PISSED!

Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Crones The Star Wars/Golden Girls crossover you never knew you always wanted!

Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Smith What can stop the Emperor's rise to power? Nothing less than a sack from legendary defensive end and Police Academy Alum Bubba Smith. He'll hit Palpatine so hard, he won't know what Side he is on!

Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Aweakens Find out why Jedi were so bad ass forty years ago, but struggle to lift rocks today!

Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Cast Jedi The nerds are back, and they are cheesed off about how many women and POC are in "their" movies!

Actually, they are pissed that their ships and head cannon were ignored last time.


Tim Statler wrote:

Gone with the Wine.

The Longest Dray.

Off Gods and Generals

Bone with the Wind

The Longest Gay

Of Bods and Generals


Goth Guru wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:

Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Mope Who's this Skywalker jag-off?

Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Black Darth Vader is one bad motherf- HUSH YO' MOUTH! I'm just talkin' 'bout Vader!

Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Judi The internationally esteemed actress and British national treasure plays a sterner, more authoritarian Princess Leia.

Star Wars: Episode I: The Phandom Menace Christ on a handtruck: these nerds are PISSED!

Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Crones The Star Wars/Golden Girls crossover you never knew you always wanted!

Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Smith What can stop the Emperor's rise to power? Nothing less than a sack from legendary defensive end and Police Academy Alum Bubba Smith. He'll hit Palpatine so hard, he won't know what Side he is on!

Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Aweakens Find out why Jedi were so bad ass forty years ago, but struggle to lift rocks today!

Star Wars: Episode VIII: The Cast Jedi The nerds are back, and they are cheesed off about how many women and POC are in "their" movies!

Actually, they are pissed that their ships and head cannon were ignored last time.

utter derail:
While I'm a fan of the Extended Universe, it would have been a neutral reaction for the most part, like force awakens was. Except for the part where it clearly shows the hyperdrive can be used for ramming (as opposed to exiting main space to, i don't know, enter hyperspace or something?). This immediately raises the question of how any major population centre is still standing with the ability of just about anybody to cause massive destruction by accidentally (or deliberately) steering into the ground.

As an example, the Saturn 5 apparently weighed 6.5 million pounds. If we accelerate it to 0.9c, we get an energy of 4.9*10^23 J, only one order of magnitude short of the highest metric prefix. Apparently, this is pretty close to the impact that took out the dinosaurs. And you can bet that Star Wars has bigger things to throw than the Saturn 5.

The worst part? The ship used as a projectile isn't torn apart on impact. So if you drove a ship into the ground, it would definitely produce a crater as it forces rock out of the way instead of just producing a very squished spaceship wreckage. Frankly, it might as well obsolesce the death star: just strap cheap freighter engines to some asteroids and dump enough to render a planet uninhabitable.


One one hand: you are correct. That is bad science. People do not know how serious the energy that solid matter travelling at near-C speeds would produce, and so screenwriters (if they even know) downplay it.

I was part of a discussion the other day in which I explained how a mass driver would do far more damage than any pure energy weapon this side of a nuclear weapon ever could (and that, at a large enough scale, a mass driver could dwarf even that).

On the other hand: space wizards with laser swords.

:shrug: Just saying.

Rogue Bone: a Star Wars Story


Into the Siderverse - Taste-testers from various dimensions tackle the variety of ciders (spelled siders in the the host dimension) from around the multiverse.

Captain Mavel - hero of hydroelectric power

Ant-Man and the WASP - Scott Lang has to fit in with Connecticut High Society

Maters of the Universe - The love story between an Eternian king and an American astronaut that led to the births of Adam and Adora.

The Codfather - the unseemly underbelly of New England fisheries.

The Wizard of OS - Dorothy gets uploaded into the mainframe, along with her playlist of 80's pop rock songs...

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KahnyaGnorc wrote:
The Wizard of OS - Dorothy gets uploaded into the mainframe, along with her playlist of 80's pop rock songs...

Somebody already did that, actually - except they called it Guardians of the Galaxy.

Flash Gorton (a dashing fisherman liberates the galaxy with the power of easy-bake fishsticks)


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Lash Gordon (:arches eyebrow: OOoo... Don't mind if I do!)

The Thighlander (She's immortal, and she has perfect legs! Will any of the men she meets win "The Prize"?)

The Higher Land (For immortal Scotsman Connor "Cheetos" McLeod, it's 4:20 every day... forever.)

The Verminator ("I'll be back... to take care of the silverfish in your bathroom.")

The Teaminator ("I'll be back... with a book of plays to help you win the state championship.)

Ay!-liens (Xenomorphs say "Sit on it!" to 1950's era space marines.)

A Lien (After 50+ years in cryostasis (and missed loan payments), Ellen Ripley tries to get her collection of Hummel figurines back from the bank.)

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GoatToucher wrote:
The Thighlander (She's immortal, and she has perfect legs! Will any of the men she meets win "The Prize"?)

A Ren-Faire-sized drumstick?

GoatToucher wrote:
Ay!-liens (Xenomorphs say "Sit on it!" to 1950's era space marines.)

"Crew-Cuts And Turtle Wax FOR THE EMPEROR!"

Al-Admin (the magical tale of a stodgy, nondescript, middle-class Arab-American boy whose discovery of a treasure unlike any other - a CS degree from an obscure but respected college - takes him to a whole familiar world of glamorless comfort as a middle-manager at an IT company)


Cat's Aye - High seas adventure with Captain Kit.


Star Wars: The Lass Jedi - Amy Pond travels to a galaxy far, far, away.

Irony Man - Often confused with Tragedy Man

Bram Stoker's Dr. Acula - JD's movie dreams become reality

Dracula: Deed and Loving It - Vampiric real estate!

The Naked Gum - The retired Police Squad's search for their dentures.

Polite Academy - a group of misfits attend an upper class boarding school

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My Fear Lady (The Joker teams up with The Scarecrow to bring Harley Quinn back to the side of proper psychotic villainy, and not just this 'I'm a sympathetic borderline-Mary-Sue antihero' kick she's apparently been on for a few years now)


Irony Man's suit is made of tin.

Bram Stoker's Dracura (Mickey Rooney in the starring role? You racist prick.)

Dracula: Dad and Loving It! "TWO! TWO LEETLE FANGS! AH-AH-AH!"

The Naked Fun (Leslie Nielsen, you rascal!)

My Police Arcade (Darnell Jones does the soundtrack for every game.)


My Fair Laddy (Inspired by his cousin, Dr. Hamish Higgins tries to reproduce the experiment with a Glasgow rentboy, with identical results!)

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Oh, Zod! (George Burns descends to Earth to watch over a young Kal-El)

Once Bitte (a re-imagining of The Sound of Music, starring Jim Carrey)

Ernest Goes to Lamp (So, anybody seen those new "moth memes"?)


Oh, Gad! (The bespectacled character actor and voice of Disney's Olaf stars in this comedy of errors.)

Ponce Bitten (A renowned Spanish explorer finds that the fabled "Fountain of Youth" is not what he expected.)

Ernest Goes Too Camp (A documentary: Jim Varney's signature character was a family film staple, but was his adventure on Mykonos in "Ernest Gets Hot" more than his audience was willing to tolerate?)


The Assengers - a couple of real jerks have free reign over a space ship when they wake prematurely from stasis.


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The Shallots: A mere 200 yards from shore, surfer Nancy is attacked by a great red onion, with her short journey to safety becoming the ultimate contest of wills.

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The MASH (Jim Carrey did the Moooonster Mash!)

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M*A*C*H - Air Force doctors performing surgery while in freefall.


The Ravengers - Sly Stalone's Ravagers someone end up as Earth's Mightiest Heroes.

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RoboFop (aristocracy and proper form are brought to the mean streets of near-future Detroit in the form of a tea-sandwich-powered, pantaloon-sporting cyborg)


Lack Panther - There are no panthers in this film.
Captain America: the Furst Avenger - They'll pay for what they did to Vir!
Captain America: Winter Solder - The electronic games they bought the kids at the rec center for Christmas are faulty! Time to repair them.
Captain America: Civil Car - If you guys can make it to Nana's without arguing, we'll pick up some McDonalds on the way back.
Dr. Strangle - He can't use his hands so well anymore, so the master of the mystic arts has to find other ways to heighten his onanistic endeavors.
Thor: the Dank World - Verily, my friends, we shall blaze it!

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Iron Can (an 8-hour Luxembourgian experimental film that literally focuses on a rusted, unopened can of rations left behind by Napoleon's army as it sits in a ditch; perfectly combines all the action of Proust's Remembrance of Things Past, all the mirth of Ellison's "I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream", all the levity of Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle, and all the raw carnality of Pixar's "Luxo Jr"!)


Iroh Man - Billionaire Genius Playboy Philanthropist Tony Stark resolves conflicts over tea.

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The Terminato (Monsanto goes TOO FAR, DAMMIT!)


Avengers: Mendgame - The fight with Thanos resulted in so much torn clothing that the survivors turned repairing them into a game.

The Redator - The story of the Reddit stalker....

Block Panther - T'Chala throws some wicked block parties

Spider-Man: Into the Spider Versa - Peter Parker gets a new product placement car!

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