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« Reply #50 on: May 02, 2005, 12:10 PM »
That's probably Montreal for sho.  At least you'd have more fun in that city than anyone other than the Tdot or Vancouver.  Poutine and stripppers.
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« Reply #51 on: May 02, 2005, 12:48 PM »
So what are the big movie chains in Canada that the TPB movie might play at?  I need to mapquest this trip even though it's over a year away.

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« Reply #52 on: May 02, 2005, 01:46 PM »
Cineplex Odeon
AMC
Famous PLayers
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« Reply #53 on: May 02, 2005, 05:40 PM »
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I'll for sure go and see it and buy the DVD and all that,  but I see it probably going down in the Canadian film history books along side "Duct Tape Forever & Strange Brew".

(Not that there's anything wrong with those two movies I just don't see this film winning any major awards)


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« Reply #54 on: May 02, 2005, 06:22 PM »
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Hay, I just found this about the new movie, not a lot of interesting information but a kinda funny image of the boys.

http://www.insomniacmania.com/news_default.php?id=1968

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ive seen a huge pic of that tpb drawing with lahey and randy in it too


Yeah I got that bad boy printed up poster size on my wall in the basement bar.  It's an artist in Halifax I think.  I'll try and post his name if I can find out and remember.


www.pointblankstudios.com :)
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« Reply #55 on: May 02, 2005, 07:40 PM »
That's the one.  Neil Hooson
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« Reply #56 on: May 02, 2005, 09:21 PM »
Ive had this for quite a long time I think he posted it once on the showcase forum check it out...its on that website as well.

Theres another cool one but more cartoonish but I cant seem to find it.  Its not by the same artist though.

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« Reply #57 on: May 03, 2005, 12:30 AM »
My possible storyline idea:

The Boys get contacted by a big Hollywood producer who has seen the show and wants to make a movie based on their antics. The actual movie is still filmed by the documentary crew, but the plot is about them extorting the Hollywood producer, stealing alot of their furnature and cameras and using the production trailers to grow dope, which in turn they sell to the Hollywood camera and production crew.

Throw in some shit with Cyrus trying to fuck up the deal, a scene where the Hollywood guys try to get Ricky and Lucy to hook up but they can't because Ricky is 'Soft Serve', a good car chase, Cory and Trevor constantly trying to get into the movie, some *9* paper joints (50% larger!), the Boys raiding the snack and booze tables for the free catering, Ray and Sarah trying to get a piece of the pie, and the biggest bottle kids raid you have ever seen, and you got yourself a TPB feature film.

Of course in the end after a big shootout, the boys get fucked over by Lahey and Randy and get sent to jail along with Ivan Reitman because the cops find the dope and figure the whole movie thing was just a cover sroty to bring more dope trailers in.

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« Reply #58 on: May 03, 2005, 02:31 PM »
edit: Sorry, the link I posted can be found earlier in the thread, guess I just missed it!
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« Reply #59 on: May 03, 2005, 02:52 PM »
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Has anybody already seen this? Possible spoiler:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0425601/


thats the first place i saw it a few months ago :)
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« Reply #60 on: May 03, 2005, 02:58 PM »
If that description is accurate then I don't think I'll bother seeing the movie.  I don't care how they met back in elementary school.  I want to see the characters now in a funny situation with some large amounts of drugs, some jail, some gunfights and some zany schemes.
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« Reply #61 on: May 03, 2005, 03:01 PM »
Well as you pointed out on the first page of this thread SMG

"I wouldn't trust IMDB for the plot outlines. It's usually posted by someone like us. I couldn't trust us as far as I could throw myself. I honestly don't see another prequel."

I wouldn't trust that plot outline either.

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« Reply #62 on: May 03, 2005, 03:07 PM »
Honestly if they are filming right now/this summer for the movie, no one is going to believe that its 5 or 10 years ago.  God I hope it doesn't suck.
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« Reply #63 on: May 03, 2005, 03:08 PM »
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If that description is accurate then I don't think I'll bother seeing the movie.
 :lol:  :lol:

Yeah right , I challenge anyone here to stay away from the theatres when the movie comes out .....(picturing SMG in a ball cap ,dark glasses and a trenchcoat ,slipping in after the lights have gone down   :lol:  :wink:  )
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« Reply #64 on: May 03, 2005, 03:11 PM »
I'll be fucking lined up early the day it comes out, in full TPB regalia.  Rum and coke, cheeseburgers, pepperoni, whatever it takes.
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« Reply #65 on: May 04, 2005, 07:27 AM »
Seen this article and thought you guys might like to read it. :wink:


- "TRAILER PARK BOYS - THE MOVIE" TO FEATURE ORIGINAL
             CAST, PRODUCERS, WRITER AND DIRECTOR
   
    - TO BE EXECUTIVE PRODUCED BY IVAN REITMAN
   
    TSX: FLM.UN

    HALIFAX, April 28 /CNW/ - Motion Picture Distribution LP is pleased to
announce that the hotly anticipated TRAILER PARK BOYS - THE MOVIE will
commence principal photography in Halifax in Summer 2005. TRAILER PARK BOYS -
THE MOVIE will team up series director, head writer and creator Mike
Clattenburg and the original cast with executive producer Ivan Reitman, the
creative force behind some of Hollywood's best-loved and successful comedies.
Mike Clattenburg, Barrie Dunn and Mike Volpe, the producers of the hit series
will produce the feature film along with Joe Medjuck and Jackie Marcus from
Montecito Pictures, Ivan Reitman's production company. Tom Pollock of
Montecito will also executive produce. Motion Picture Distribution LP will
release the film across Canada in Summer 2006.
    The feature film will be bigger, better, stronger, and longer than
anything seen on television! With crazier antics, better dope, stronger
language (yes, it is possible) and the mother of all scams, will Ricky,
Julian, Bubbles and the rest of the Sunnyvale crew finally achieve Freedom-35?
Will Mr. Lahey and Randy be able to foil their plans? The answers to these
exciting questions and more will all be revealed.
    The Trailer Park Boys began their rise to national and international fame
when producer Barrie Dunn convinced writer/director Mike Clattenburg to turn
an award-winning short film into the basis for a television series and in
2001, "Trailer Park Boys" debuted on Showcase Television. The series follows
the antics of Ricky (Robb Wells), Julian (John Paul Tremblay) and Bubbles
(Mike Smith) - three guys whose view of the world has been shaped by their
experience growing up in Sunnyvale Trailer Park. "Trailer Park Boys" quickly
grew in popularity and is now the highest-rated Canadian series on specialty
television(*) and has won a Gemini Award for Best Comedy Series. Now launching
its fifth season on Showcase, the show is also carried in the UK on the
Paramount Comedy Channel.
    Ivan Reitman serves as Executive Producer on TRAILER PARK BOYS - THE
MOVIE. Reitman is best known for directing such classic comedies as Stripes,
Ghostbusters, Twins, Dave and Canada's beloved Meatballs. Reitman's producing
credits are just as extensive, including Animal House, Howard Stern's Private
Parts, Road Trip and Old School. Born in Czechoslovakia, raised in Canada and
living in Santa Barbara, Reitman continues to be a mentor to the Canadian film
community, helping bring to life popular Canadian projects such as TRAILER
PARK BOYS - THE MOVIE.
    In Halifax to attend a press conference today, Reitman commented on his
decision to become involved with the project. "TRAILER PARK BOYS represents a
fresh voice in contemporary comedy: well-defined characters with emotional
depth and hilarious writing. What might seem like effortless improvisation is
actually the product of Mike Clattenburg's focused vision and the talented
creative team that supports him."
    Motion Picture Distribution LP plans to release the film across Canada in
Summer of 2006. "We are thrilled to work with such an amazing brand as TRAILER
PARK BOYS", says Patrice Théroux, President and COO, Motion Picture
Distribution LP. "And we couldn't have asked for a better mentor for this
project than Ivan Reitman."
    "It was without a doubt the most irreverent and funny pitch our office
had ever seen," said Ralph Holt, National Feature Film Head, Telefilm Canada
on the pitch for the original series. "This team is experienced and was
determined to make this happen and the outcome has exceeded everyone's
expectations. Telefilm is thrilled to see this group hit the big screen."
    Motion Picture Distribution's commitment to Canadian film continues with
It's All Gone Pete Tong, directed by Michael Dowse (FUBAR), starring Paul Kaye
and Mike Wilmot. Already well received in the US and scheduled for a UK
premiere on May 27, Motion Picture Distribution LP will release in Canada
starting June 10th.
    TRAILER PARK BOYS - THE MOVIE is an Alliance Atlantis(*)(*) and Ivan
Reitman Presentation of a Trailer Park Production/Topsail Production and a
Mike Clattenburg Film. It is produced with the participation of Telefilm
Canada and the Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation in association with
Showcase Television with assistance from the Canadian Film and Video Tax
Credit and Nova Scotia Tax Credit.

    Motion Picture Distribution LP is the largest distributor of motion
pictures in Canada, with a growing presence in motion picture distribution in
the United Kingdom and Spain, and a 24-screen chain of upscale cinemas in
Canada in partnership with Famous Players, a subsidiary of Viacom Inc. The
Company distributes filmed entertainment to theatres, on video and DVD, and to
television broadcasters. Unitholders of Movie Distribution Income Fund
(TSX: FLM.UN) hold a minority interest in Motion Picture Distribution LP.

    (*) Source: Nielsen Media Research (NMR) (08/31/98-05/30/04) AMA Mo-Su
     6a-6a. Analysis includes all non-news, non-sports programming based
     on a single airing.

    (*)(*) Alliance Atlantis with the stylized "A" design is licensed from
     Alliance Atlantis Communications Inc., an indirect limited partner of
     Motion Picture Distribution LP, not a general partner.

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« Reply #66 on: May 04, 2005, 12:10 PM »
To quote Lucy "awesome, thats just awesome".......Im thrilled for TPB - it couldnt happen to a more deserving group of people. Im glad that the executives mentioned in the article recognize the creative power and exceptional talent that TPB offers. Im so happy for them!!!

Thanks, JR for the article. Its a good one!!

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« Reply #67 on: May 31, 2005, 08:22 PM »
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From IMDb:

Plot Outline: Set before the events of the "Trailer Park Boys" Television show. The pot smoking, rum drinking Ricky and Julian are released from prison where they meet Bubbles for the first time and eventually come to live in the Sunnyvale Trailer Park.


Again, hmmm...  :-k


maybe they get released as kids :S then meet bubbles since Ricky quoted in the Season 3 DVD extra that he has been dealing with court since he was 7 :S maybe it a small timeline of their life. :S MAYBE.
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« Reply #68 on: Jun 02, 2005, 06:17 PM »
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TRAILER PARK BOYS - THE MOVIE is an Alliance Atlantis(*)(*) and Ivan Reitman Presentation of a Trailer Park Production/Topsail Production and a Mike Clattenburg Film. It is produced with the participation of Telefilm
Canada and the Nova Scotia Film Development Corporation in association with Showcase Television with assistance from the Canadian Film and Video Tax Credit and Nova Scotia Tax Credit.


that's quite a mouthful!
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« Reply #69 on: Jun 03, 2005, 12:32 PM »
Like most of you (who live in Canada and are over eighteen), I'll be in the theater on opening day to watch the film. Just curious as to whether or not people would download it after seeing it on a big screen?

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« Reply #70 on: Jun 03, 2005, 01:57 PM »
Im 14 and next year i'll be 15 when it comes out and I'm tall and look a bit older than i really am so im hopin i can get in. if not i'll get my mom to buy tickets for me and then use them. But anywyas after i see it on the big screen i'll be downloading it for sure
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« Reply #71 on: Jun 03, 2005, 02:16 PM »
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Like most of you (who live in Canada and are over eighteen), I'll be in the theater on opening day to watch the film. Just curious as to whether or not people would download it after seeing it on a big screen?

Tom


Why?  Are you a cop?  Are you the new fuckin' George Green or something?? Trying to catch us in some copywrite entaglement or some shit?   hehe...Jus' kidding...Yeah I probably will...Then I'll buy the DVD too..  :D
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« Reply #72 on: Jun 03, 2005, 05:46 PM »
I'll definitely see it in the theaters and then buy it on DVD.I only download the new ones because I can't see them on TV here.I purchased 1-4 on DVD,because I feel that with all I get from the show,I should help support it by buying the merch instead of stealing it,lol.Besides you never know the quality you'll get from the net.
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« Reply #73 on: Jun 03, 2005, 06:41 PM »
ya good point SL... i got the DVDs to cuz downloadin it from the net doesnt always have the best quality. and it is a good idea to buy the merch to support the show. i've been buying as much as i can lately
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« Reply #74 on: Jun 04, 2005, 05:24 AM »
Movie filming starts June 27th according to this site

http://smokedot.org/content/view/189/

And if you didn't already know Rush authorized their music to be in the movie.

http://www.ultimate-guitar.com/news/upcoming_releases/rush_music_to_be_featured_in_trailer_park_boys_movie.html?200505170656