Tag Lines for My Imaginary Movies

I have dozens of unproduced screenplays sitting on my hard drive. I thought I would share some of them here; then I had a better idea: Why not just share the tag lines from their (inevitable & mind-blowing) promotional posters?

  • In a place without rules, she was going to break all of them.
  • The only thing they knew is they didn’t know anything at all.
  • It was the perfect heist…until it all went purrrrfectly wrong!
  • They messed with the wrong part-time auto mechanic.
  • One magical night. Endless possibilities.
  • She’s on her own. And OWNING it!
  • For these Arctic athletes, winning means surviving.
  • The embodiment of pure evil returns. And this time, it’s personal.
  • Vacationing with the Brown family is no picnic!
  • The extraordinary true story of courage, sacrifice, and sperm whales.
  • Her only crime was loving too much.
  • She’s a fish out of water. And he’s a dragon out of time!
  • They took his wife. Then they took his daughter. Then they took his other daughter. Now it’s payback time.
  • A magical adventure for the whole family! Warning: special effects may cause seizures.
  • For this small town, twelve dogs carry the secret of the true meaning of Christmas.
  • When life hands you lemons, pop a wheelie, dude!
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One response to “Tag Lines for My Imaginary Movies

  1. “She’s a fish out of water. And he’s a dragon out of time!” – This movie I would see. It’s got that funny/weird kids’ film vibe (I’m thinking along the lines of “We’re Back!” with the dinosaurs). But this one would probably get made: “For this small town, twelve dogs carry the secret of the true meaning of Christmas.”

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