Comments: Nacho Man Savage

Oh BLOGGER, why you don't do research before making your off comments amuses me every time. The Shaggy Dog was a remake of the same film from the late 50's (I've seen the original). And as for the Jack Black film, it is loosely based on real events according to an interview I saw on mtv. "The script was written by Hess; his wife, Jerusha Hess (who also co-wrote "Napoleon Dynamite"); and Mike White, Black's partner in Black & White Productions and scribe behind "The School of Rock" and "Orange County." The premise of the film is, in fact, loosely inspired by the true story of a priest who moonlighted as a luchador in Lucha Libre in effect, Mexico's equivalent of World Wrestling Entertainment."

Posted by A at January 11, 2006 10:16 AM

I think Fred McMurry was the original shaggy dog, so Tim Allen is not that big a reach. Although I really wonder why they need to remake that one.

Posted by J. Lichty at January 11, 2006 09:45 PM
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