MOVIES FOR ORDINARY PEOPLE
Why can't movies tackle topics that hit closer to home? Forget bombs and bombshells - why not create characters who have to tackle laundry, head colds, and malfunctioning plug-in room deodorizers?
He has it all - loads of money, lots of power, a hot babe, and some really adorable kids who say the cutest things. But he'd trade it all for an antiperspirant that works.
THE SLUTTY PROFESSOR
She's a professor. She's very fat. After months of torturous dieting and painful exercise, she finally starts to shed the pounds, and men who once ignored her are attracted to her. She still can't lose all the weight she wants to, but she at least she can get some booty. So she becomes a slut.
SUCRETS AND SIGHS
She's working class. She's from England. She's got a cold. What follows is a sweeping drama of miniscule proportions, probing the world of those afflicted by a nagging cough, a sore throat, and a stuffy head.
THE PEOPLE VS. FUZZY LINT
A young laundry mogul struggles to develop a new, improved lint guard to free the world from fuzzy lint once and for all. Featuring a groundbreaking performance by rocker Courtney Love, who plays a troubled junky with lint on her clothes.
And let's not forget that classic...
HANNAH AND HER BLISTERS
Hannah has two big blisters on her feet. Boy, do they hurt! Featuring Woody Allen in a supporting role as The Woody Allen Character, not to be confused with the real Woody Allen.