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This week fighters were challenged to make a trailer to a movie that should never have a sequel. The one and only Simon of Monk reviews our 2 HW entries!

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Film Fight #260
"Unnecessary Sequel"
Title:Unnecessary Sequel
Genre:Trailer
Time:Under 0:30
In honor of Hot Tub Time Machine 2, make a trailer to a movie that should never have a sequel.
O 5 days left to vote
The best of the best ***

STILL Gonna Git You SUC

by Vapor (3)

The guys get back together when they learn there's a new Mr. Big in the neighborhood.

1906 views
1 reviews
00:31

Devil 2

by Creative M.F. Films

Unessesary sequel to devil

1568 views
3 reviews
00:31

Boyhood 2

by goobinator01's Group

You though one Boyhood was enough? THINK AGAIN! Richard Linklater gives you his next film, Boyhoo...

331 views
2 reviews
00:31
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Title:

Valentine's Day Proposal

Genre:Any
Time:Under 0:30
Rules

Make a video ode to someone you love this Valentine's day. Go the serious route and make it docu-style, or get silly and show your love to something weird!

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1st.
Radnaut
(30 votes)
2nd.
The Phantom Monk
(19 votes)
1st.
Rebel Without A Lens
(25 votes)
Make a video for our next film fight
MINI-FIGHT
Due on March 9
4 days, 8 hours left
Title:

March Madness

Genre:Any
Time:1:30
Rules:One of your characters loses their mind and goes mad. Extra points if a basketball is involved!

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