Illusion Michael wrote:arrestedfanuk5 wrote:Illusion Michael wrote:Lots of TV shows have made movies and in my opinion they have never been as good as the show, which Cera is probably concerned about.
It never did any harm to Trailer park boys
I LOVE the Trailer Park Boys, but didn't think much of the film. I guess it gave extra exposure for the TV show though.
arrestedfanuk5 wrote:...basically, I love trailer park boys.
Frightened Inmate #2 wrote:arrestedfanuk5 wrote:...basically, I love trailer park boys.
When you say that in lower case, it sounds a little dodgy.
Frightened Inmate #2 wrote:I'm not sure why the small audience the TV show had should have a bearing on the making of a movie, anyway. I mean, think about all of the movies that were made that had no TV show whatsoever to build upon. I mean, "Caddyshack"? No built-in audience whatsoever. "Titanic"? Just a bunch of boring educational programs, at best. "Batman"? OK, that one did have a TV show, but c'mon!
"Arrested Development" already has 5-6 million ticket buyers built in. That should give you a budget of $40-50 million that you'll recoup provided the movie is of reasonable quality.
smeddy wrote:I was going to watch Titanic, but someone ruined the ending for me
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