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Plot Twister - Ep. 1: The Breakfast Club

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Nov 4, 2016 | 10:01 PM EDT
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So here's a new podcast series I'm pitching to you guys to see what you think, about me re-writing plots of old movies I didn't particularly enjoy as much as I wanted to, using my imagination and "comedy" (because it might be lame I dunno if it's funny) to twist plots of movies into something I'd enjoy, even if it's stupid.

This episode's movie victim: "The Breakfast Club"

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evanarmagastevanarmagast

Rated 4 / 5 stars

i like the idea for the podcast, but i don't know how much i can get behind the idea for breakfast club. i could turn this into a review of the breakfast club, and how i appreciate the film managing to primarily take place in one room, and blah blah blah. but that really wouldn't do you much good.

instead, i just want to express that i love the idea. i think it could use more fleshing out though. really paint the scene with your idea. this one didn't feel like you were really suggesting much different happened, you know? like, explaining the podcast really seemed to take up more time than the actual podcast.

but again, i love the idea and look forward to what you do with it the future. i'll be listening!


RealFaction responds:

Yeah, this one was more based on a conversation and sort of a preview of what it could be. Future episodes would be more constructed and to the point. I agree. Thanks! :) i'd love to do another one.