Pitch the LAMB: Buddy Flicks

by Courtney · July 3, 2010 · Pitch the LAMB · No Comments

Hello, CS here with all of the submissions for our latest instalment of Pitch the LAMB. We have a nice mix of pitches for you, so please be sure to give each one a read. Here is a reminder of the movie genre and words/phrases for this edition:

Movie Genre: Buddy Flicks
Examples of the Genre: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas; Thelma and Louise; Midnight Cowboy; Planes Trains and Automobiles; Sex and the City; Strange Brew; The Hangover; Toy Story; Fried Green Tomatoes; Swingers; Grumpy Old Men; Sideways; The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.

10 words/phrases to get you started:

  1. You owe me! Remember that…
  2. I think the walls are moving…
  3. Leslie
  4. Did we forget something?
  5. Drinks
  6. Well look who just walked in…
  7. Road Trip
  8. You know I would do the same for you…
  9. Cellphone
  10. Who’s going to know?

The Pitches:

Joel’s pitch is a hilarious buddy flick that finally brings Adam Sandler and Steven Segal together on the big screen.

Porkhead’s Horror Review Hole presents Washed Up

Andrew’s pitch is a tragic tale of friendship and deceit that would make Neil LaBute proud.

Encore’s World of Film & TV presents The Untitled James Franco Project

Here is a zany pitch about friendship, music, and outlandish game shows.

Big Thoughts From A Small Mind presents All the Old Showstoppers

In the wild first scene of his script, Joe managed to incorporate all of the words/phrases in order.

Does Writing Excuse Watching? presents Journey Into The Cave

SugaryCynic’s pitch proves that, when letting go of the past, all you need are some good friends and the occasional flash mob of pirates.

Sugary Cynicism presents Zombies, Vinyl and The Mysterious Mr. F

Ripley’s pitch is a dark and fantastical buddy flick that only Jean-Pierre Jeunet could bring to life.

Four of Them presents The Pillbox

Thank you to all who took the time to send in their pitch.


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