Three's Company, the movie.

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  1. newking70

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    My point of contention for watching the original:

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    not something to base a 90 minute movie on........otoh, maybe they can get adam sandler to play jack tripper. :confused:
     
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    I would definitely watch 90 minutes of cinema just for the hotties.

    John Ritter obviously can't reprise his role, but Suzanne Somers could.

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    LOL!!!!! Ball Sacks under the Eyes. Sexy-- Scraping the Bottom of the Barrel. :eek:
    And the hairy pits makes her even more tantalizing! NOT!
     
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    y'all are nuts. the real hotness of that show was jenni lee harrison

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    either way, times have changed, in a big way. the entire premise for the show no longer exists. these days, no landlord cares who's screwin who, long as you pay the rent. most of the gay jokes jack did aren't funny anymore, because the stigma over being gay isn't what it was back in 1977.
     
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    Pfft, I'd still give her one, but I'd be thinking about that old poster of mine:

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    I would go on, but the list of old dames I'd shag is endless. I'm cougar bait!

    BTW, if you like cougars, a cruise ship is heaven.
     
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    Ya, Much Better.
     
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    All of this is making my ballsack retract....
     
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    In horror, disgust, or lust?
     
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    She's pushin' 70, for chrissakes. Give the lady a break.
     
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    This concept was only mildly amusing 40 years ago. How (on earth) would it be funny now?

    Peace,
     
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    I never liked the show. I wouldn't be interested in a film adaptation of a TV series anyway, but particularly not a new version of a mediocre sitcom.
     
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    Suzanne Summers was gorgeous, without a doubt, but whoever did her makup for this pic should be exhumed so he can be fired again. She looks like she just fell for the black-eye binocular prank.

    With regard to the movie, the whole premise wouldn't even work today because no landlord would risk the legal hassles to bother about the personal arrangement of their tenants. They'd have to set the movie IN the 70s.
     
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    Agreed. I came to appreciate John Ritter as I got older, but that show was pretty much a steaming pile of garbage.

    They did. And I don't think there is anything that will stop Hollywood from remaking sitcoms and old movies, but I usually don't think this is a particularly good idea.

    Peace,
     
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    I enjoy some of the early episodes of the series. John Ritter was a very talented guy. This is just an awful idea though.
     
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    Howzaboot Seth Rogan and James Franco in a reboot of I'm Dickens, He's Fenster ?

     
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    The one that locked my brain up was Jenilee Harrison. Complete acting trainwreck, and I simply did not care.
     

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