Movie Two-Liners Entry #68A

June 9th, 2010 by Wordsman

Last week’s puzzle:

Two artists who got in trouble because of where they were travel to a place where they can get in trouble for what they are. When they end up having to flee from a mistimed birthday celebration, they escape with the aid of a man who refuses to let anything get in the way of what he wants.

And the answer is . . . ▼

Now, it is my sad duty to announce the indefinite retirement of Movie Two-Liners. I started with a considerable reserve, but it has steadily dwindled, and as the weeks go by it has gotten harder and harder to come up with new ones. I have already used just about all of the movies that I know very well, and as my familiarity with the details of a film decreases, so too does my ability to write creative descriptions. I hope to come up with something to replace this feature in the near future, or perhaps even return to it once I have taken a break and taken some time to watch more movies. In the meantime, however, there will be no new posts on Wednesdays.

But before I go, here is one last two-sentence movie description. I did not write this one myself, but I hope you will still enjoy it.

“. . . a movie about a bus that had to speed around the city, keeping its speed over fifty. And if its speed dropped, it would explode!”

And the answer is . . . ▼

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