On Twitter, folks have been coming up with less ambitious versions of their favorite movies, using the hashtag #LessAmbitiousMovies. If you bet on these films in your Oscar pool, you’ll lose a lot of cash. That being said, unlike many of the Best Picture nominees this year, we’d actually like to see some of these. Here are 8 examples of the #LessAmbitiousMovies hashtag:
The Quickly-Ending Story #lessambitiousmovies
— Will Winnie (@Will_Winnie) February 22, 2012
One lap on Falkor. Roll credits.
Only Got Four Hours Of Sleep In Seattle #LessAmbitiousMovies
— Adam Rudder (@AdamRudder) February 17, 2012
In the end, they meet at the top of a deli.
Snacks on a Plane #lessambitiousmovies
— Alistair Wallace (@WallyWallace) February 23, 2012
“I have had it with these motherf***ing pretzels on this motherf***ing plane.”
Abraham Lincoln: Person #LessAmbitiousMovies
— Kirk Truong (@iDkLOLinHDz) February 23, 2012
He fights the Civil War and that’s it.
— Jack Treese (@jacktreese) February 22, 2012
I’d see that for a dollar. (Or less.)
Edward Fingerhands #lessambitiousmovies
— Aaron Shofner (@The_Shof) February 22, 2012
Don’t get too close! Oh… actually, it’s okay.
— Les McKee (@LesWeasel) February 22, 2012
It was the Nightmare on Elm Street / Porky’s crossover that never materialized.
Mission Possible #lessambitiousmovies
— Candice Taylor (@CandiceTaylor92) February 22, 2012
With enough stick-to-itiveness, any mission is possible!
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