Sunday, October 18, 2009

Criminal Filmmakers: The Wibberlys

Watching G-Force last week has inspired me to do a new series here that, like all of mine, will be done at random when a film crime has occurred to me.

Crime #1 -

Criminals: Marianne and Cormac Wibberly
Crime: 13 years of screenwriting crimes against cinema, and human intelligence.
G-Force (screenplay)
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (screenplay)
The Shaggy Dog (screenplay)
National Treasure (screenplay)
Bad Boys II (story)
Charlie Angels: Full Throttle (screenplay)
I Spy (screenplay/story)
The 6th Day (written by)
Motel Blue (written by)
Garage Sale (writer)
Average IMDB Score: 4.71

You're the witnesses, are you for the plaintiff or the defendants?

3 better thoughts:

DEZMOND said...

these really are some nasty criminals, why aren't they behind bars, officer Univarn?

Ging said...

But I like the National Treasure movies, they are the greatest movies but they are entertaining and up lifting.
The rest are criminal.

Univarn said...

@Dez because their films make money...

@Ging I think the NT films are good entertainment, but I notch that up to directing, not writing. Especially since the Wibberlys just did the script, not the story.

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