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In a Perfect World: James Cameron Edition!


Today I will be sharing 10 terrible/awesome movies I would have created had James Cameron went nuts hours before shooting Avatar and e-mailed me $400M dollars.

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Hold on to Your Gooby

Therefore Productions loves the movie “Gooby”. Haven’t heard of it? It’s the story of a boy with a very active imagination, and his teddy bear comes to life as a six foot tall monster and they have fun. I swear.

Since we love “Gooby” so much, we decided to make our own trailer to really highlight our favorite parts. We love every inch of the movie, but we’ve boiled it down to the parts guaranteed to make you love. Try not to love “Gooby” now! Go on and try it! And click on after the break for another new trailer with whole new dimensions of Gooby love.

New Film Permit Regulations in NYC



A quick note to all you filmmakers out there!


The Mayor’s Office has finally formalized the film permit regulations for the city of New York.


For those of you keep score, the last time they tried this they ended up with regulations that would require even tourists taking pictures to apply for a permit.


A quick rundown of the new regulations, and an explanation of the top photo, after the jump.

Behind the Scenes with the Street Fighter Movie Game

The Street Fighter Movie holds a special place in the hearts of Therefore Productions. Why? Because of great dialog like this:

Bison: What’s the matter? You come to fight a madman, and instead find a god? Do you still refuse to accept my godhood? Keep your God! In fact, now may be a good time to pray to Him! For I beheld Satan as he came down from Heaven!

The movie is a whole string of quotable nonsense, and the ridiculous acting is the icing on the cake. The Street Fighter movie came out at the hight of the game’s popularity, a cash-in effort that makes the Mortal Kombat movie look like Citizen Kane. For some reason, the people behind this Van Damme masterpiece thought it would be a good idea to release a game based on the movie. I kid you not, it was called “Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game”. I played SF:TM:TG many years ago. Keep in mind that the movie was already based on a fantastic game, so the movie-game had a lot to live up to- and it failed, miserably. Sluggish controls and bad animations made this one of the worst fighters of all time. The actors in the movie posed for their respective character sprites, so Raul Julia and Van Damme are on screen as M. Bison and Guile along with all the other forgettable people from the film. One of the game’s designers has posted photos from the blue screen shoot for the sprites, and they’re simply hilarious. [via Kotaku] I posted my favorite picture and some more quotes after the jump. If you get a chance, watch this movie.

Pixar Posters by Eric Tan

So Wall-e is coming out this Friday, and I am definitely going to see it. Pixar continues to impress me with their incredible technical prowess and excellent story telling. Even with the fairly vague trailers, the character of Wall-e has completely run away with my heart. I completely geeked out when I saw this

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The Best Movie Ever: Point Break

It’s a rainy day here at the Jersey Shore and nothing is sadder than a wet, lonely beach. On days like this I often pop in a DVD and forget about the gloom of the outdoors.

One film I often pop in is one of the finest pieces of late night cinema, Point Break.

Harold & Kumar Escape from G’Bay

Hello and welcome back to another edition LNC. Today I’m going to discuss a film released over the past weekend, the sequel to an all-time Late Night classic, Harold & Kumar: Escape from Guantanamo Bay.

MMOVIE at 650,000 Hits WorldWide!

Hey Therefore Friends!

MMOvie, the viral video hit produced, written and captured by VickDang and Patrick has crested 650,000 views internationally and will hopefully hit 1 Million views by the end of the week. Those who have seen or read some of our other material will notice some differences in style here, but

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Here’s to the Ladies

Women’s History Month is drawing to a close with little fanfare. There were no PSA’s touting the historic achievements of women on the network channels, no major television event, not even a holiday marking some major historical event in the history of the women’s liberation movement. At the end of every March, I always hearken back to my sophomore year of high school, when I was facing the prospect of reading Black Boy for the third time for English class (I don’t care how groundbreaking and pertinent you think a book is- three times in three years is two times to many!). After class was dismissed I respectively approached my English teacher (whose name escapes me now) and enquired whether we could perhaps read a book by a woman instead. I was met with a confused stare and a curt dismissal, and that, I’m afraid, was the end of that.



The DVD hits shelves today, but do not allow yourself to be fooled by clever marketing campaigns- this movie is not good. Even an extremely badass dragon could not salvage this example of why cgi should never be used to try to replace live actors. Or a good script.

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