New Movie Idea: E.T.


So, I’ve got this new idea for a movie, and I went ahead and made up some storyboards:

The story is called E.T., and we find out in the last scene what the letters E.T. stand for.

Everybody wants to get E.T. — especially 2 out of every 4207 doctors.

E.T. befriends a young boy named SZIS, but…

E.T. keeps falling into holes! This needs to be the main focus of the film — falling into holes randomly.

Eventually, E.T. gets captured and placed into the Greek Parthenon.

Marxy wrote a lot of essays back on his old site Néomarxisme. This is one of them.

8 Responses

  1. porandojin Says:

    i really love this story

  2. porandojin Says:

    it’s like e. gorey’s stuff

  3. souris Says:

    cool. you can now be added to wired’s map of how star wars changed the world (this takes a little time to boot up).

  4. jariten Says:

    so what do the letters E.T stand for?

  5. JB Says:

    …And the last scene!?
    Tonight i won’t sleep utill “(…)we find out in the last scene what the letters E.T. stand for.”

    And your storyboard needs a girl, there’s allways a girl whenever holes are involved.

  6. mmm Says:

    I used to have this game. It sucked. I could never beat it. The same goes for the Atari Indiana Jones and the Lost Ark. They both sucked.

    Supposedly, sales were so low that Atari ended up burying 5 million unsold E.T. game cartridges in a New Mexico desert landfill then had them steamrolled and sealed in concrete to prevent looting.

    I hope your new movie ends up being better than the game was.

  7. niccomm Says:

    E.T. obviously stands for “entertainment tonight” because that’s what this great film will deliver. I sure do hope it gets made. That poor little fella…always getting stuck in holes (sniff).

  8. John Says:

    Wow, that brought back some good memories. Those guys would always run out of nowhere and chase me into holes. It was all worth it for the Reese’s pieces, however.