Prison Break Spin-Offs We Want To See. Or Not.
Prison Break-back Mountain
David Apolskis (a.k.a Tweener) and Charles Patoshik (a.k.a Haywire), being separated from the rest of Team Escarpara, went into hiding at the mountain range to avoid being tracked. They moonlight as a couple of sheepherders during the day, but at night… (*insert the song ‘Hello’ by Lionel Ritchie here*).
So you think X-Men 3 is the last installment on the highly successful franchise? Well, think again. Purportedly, a new mutant named Michael Scofield replaces the now-demised Cyclops as the new leader of the pack. His mutant powers include being able to heal spontaneously despite being cut and burned, and the power to melt 85% of the female population with that wry smile and intense gaze.
Apparently, the writer was badly affected by the mutant power of Michael Scofield and has to be wiped off the floor.
A new con named John Coffey (played by Michael Clarke Duncan) joins the rest of the inmates at Fox River Penitentiary.
Two tabloid reporters traveled to the heart of Panama to investigate a claim of an old woman that her neighbour is a real, live archangel named Michael (Scofield). Upon arrival, they see that her claims are true - but unlike the original Michael (played by John Travolta) who smokes, drinks beer, has a very active libido and has a rather colourful vocabulary, the new Michael (Scofield) is highly articulate, intelligent, perfectly formed and instead of having two protruding wings, he’s missing two little toes.
A spine-chilling thriller set in the Latino background. After marrying her sweetheart’s cousin, Hector, a woman realized that her pregnancy is actually a part of a satanic ritual. She started having strange dreams and hearing strange noises, mostly related to her former lover, Fernando Sucre.
A rags-to-riches story of a successful airline company, as told by the founder, John Abruzzi. A semi-autobiography on his personal life, on how he started the family business which involves transporting cons from a prison to another. Rumours had it that he’s actually a feared mob boss.
All The (Vice) President’s Men
The critics called it ‘a mid-world between crime and art’. Rated NC-17, this is the latest film that shocked the whole nation. It was banned in 23 states. And it has grossed over 60 million dollars. Written, directed and produced by a newcomer, Danny Hale, it featured, among others, some archival footage of his former best friend, Paul Kellerman, in ‘compromising positions’ with Vice President Reynolds.
Labels: Films, Prison Break, Wentworth Miller