I Am Curious George: A monkey and a mysterious man in a yellow hat have a bizarre psychosexual journey.
Error bars of 35 years give a whole new meaning to coincidence.
I Am Curious Yellow Submarine: When the Blue-Film Meanies invade Pepperland, Old Fred enlists the Beatles and Traci Lords to bring concupiscence back to the inhabitants
No Confit for Old Men: Due to his aging digestive system, Tommy Lee Jones passes on the preserved duck.
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A Clockwork a l'Orange - Stanley Kubrick's interpretation of Iron Chef.
Austria: Hugh Jackman and Nicole Kidman star in this epic tale of rich Vienna pastries
Margerine: Hugh Jackman stars as the man they can't believe isn't butter
The Wilde Bunch: Oscar's gang of ruthless aesthetes terrorizes the sensibilities of the upper class.
The Wild Brunch: The Dalton Gang takes on the Eggs Benedict on Sunday morning. Starring Angelina Jolie as the the orange mimosa.
Old Yeller: A day in the lives of hard of hearing and/or stone deaf octogenarians in a Butte, MT nursing home, and the unfortunate therapy dog (Golden Retriever mix) who visits them weekly.
A Clockwork peau d'Orange: A London dermatologist races against time to diagnose a troubled teen's abnormal skin condition after he's had one too many at the Korova Milk Bar. Impatient for another robbery or mugging, the teen threatens the dermatologist with the rape of his wife or pushing of his Rolls-Royce over a cliff if he doesn't hurry up and cure him. Dermatologist tricks teen into heavy sedation and brainwashing; thereafter the teen is terrified of turning (irreversibly) into an Orange Incredible Hulk if he's not good. Cured!
Don't let your reality checks bounce. ~MeI'll tell you in the next life, when we are both cats.
ERR...: In the high pressure environment of the emergency room, one physician can't make up his mind.
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The Last-Post-man - It is said that there will be a final entry in the book of buffoonery.
The Cure: A poignant story of Erik and his friend Dexter, a gentle 11 year old, who has contracted bad ham through a lunch transfusion.
The Cure for Insomnia: L. D. Groban struggles to get to sleep and discovers that it takes 5220 minutes to cure and digest enough ham to knock himself out.
The Post-It Man: post-apocalyptic world in which a man delivers messages on small, multi-colored, sticky sheets of paper.
So many bugs, so little time.
Prince of Purrz - Daring action hero fights tiny plush animals
Robinson Hood - Big smiles, arrows, and odes to dogs
Saxon Thus at Tea 2 - Fun, fashion, friendship, romance, sex, and armor
A definite classic of its kind.
Definitely beats my The Post Toasties Man.
Hosers: A small, rural Canadian high school sends its team to the provincial basketball finals. Unfortunately, they send the curling team.
PinkEye: James Bond foils a plot by a mad opthamologist to give the whole world conjunctivitis.
I, Rogaine: Will Smith foils a plot to make combovers a legal requirement for balding men
The Pursuit of Nappyness: Comb-overs no longer a legal requirement for balding men, Chris Garner (Will Smith) converts obsolete bone density scanners into "nappy hair" developing machines that help cover over male pattern baldness.
Bad Astronomy: The Musical: Uh... I'm sorry, that's just too horrible to contemplate.