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(NewsChannel2000)   Touchstone delays release of comedy about sneaking a bomb on an airplane   ( divider line
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2001-12-06 12:04:23 AM  
2001-12-06 12:04:58 AM  
Shouldn't that say "boobies"?
2001-12-06 12:05:07 AM  
I've never been the first at anything...
2001-12-06 12:05:37 AM  
Gee, I just can't imagine why that would be, can you?

Another thing, how would someone think sneaking a bomb no a plane is funny even before 9/11?
2001-12-06 12:10:14 AM  
To attempt to be serious-- I have a feeling this is some boring plan movie, almost like every movie nowadays. So were not missing anything.
P.S. The terrorists have won. So live with it!
2001-12-06 12:11:34 AM  
This one's based on Dave Barry's first novel ... pretty decent book
2001-12-06 12:18:53 AM  
tim allen is a tool
2001-12-06 12:19:08 AM  
Since this is a Mouse Factory film, and they're currently raking in the bucks on "Monster Mouse Club Fantasia Story" do they even need to release it at all? They could write it off, and no tax court could possibly prosecute Micky and Walt, what with all the little mouse-aholics in this country (nay, the world). And another thing, their newest way to get people to pay to get into see "Monster Mouse Club Fantasia Story" yet again is to add "outtakes". As if that's some great new feature, like 3-D.
2001-12-06 12:32:49 AM  
Umm.. this movie isnt about sneaking a bomb on a plane for terroristic reasons guys.. its about people who try to save florida from a NUCLEAR bomb by taking it on a plane and getting rid of it over the ocean.
2001-12-06 12:34:45 AM  
2001-12-06 12:39:29 AM  
Boy... It's incredible how a disaster puts everything into perspective. I can't believe the crap Hollywood was feeding us. Personally, I'm tired of terrorist plots. Die Hard had it's day. Time for Hollywood to find a new theme to beat the hell out of, candy coat, and then shovel down our throats.
2001-12-06 12:59:36 AM  
Tim Allen is the hardest working man is Show Biz!
2001-12-06 01:05:02 AM  
Here's a logic problem for you:

Given that a certain movie is a) a Touchstone (Disney) comedy, and b) stars Tim Allen, what can we conclude is c)?

Hint: c = sucks
2001-12-06 08:09:33 AM  
Stop plugging your own site:

2001-12-06 08:56:46 AM  
sneaking bombs on planes is not fun...not funny.....negative fun.....negative funny..
2001-12-06 09:09:23 AM  
You guys are missing the point. The movie *is* a bomb, that's why they won't release it !!!!!
2001-12-06 09:27:25 AM  
The book was hilarious. You guys aren't reading Mujika's post. They arent' terrorists, they are trying to get rid of a Nuclear bomb to save florida. Damn.
2001-12-06 09:35:16 AM  
TIm allen may be in this movie.........but so is Johnny Knoxville, soooo, I don't think it'll suck that bad, to be honest.
2001-12-06 09:58:06 AM  
No accounting for bad taste
2001-12-06 10:20:35 AM  
Can you say direct to video release?
2001-12-06 10:46:03 AM  
the book was great... Written by Dave Barry, but has a lot of Carl Hiaasen elements in it.
2001-12-06 11:07:33 AM  
This should be the last we ever see of Tim Allen.
2001-12-06 11:38:11 AM  
Stupid insipid Barry. Too cutesy-poo and full of "normal" comedy. If you don't know what that means, then that makes two of us.
2001-12-06 12:49:36 PM  
Gee, I'm so disappointed. *yawn*
2001-12-06 06:27:17 PM  
Full of shiat!



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2001-12-06 09:52:41 PM  
Gee, that's BIG of Touchstone not to release the film.

(rolls eyes)
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