Nacho Libre and George Michael Bluth in a movie about cavemen wandering through biblical times? Okay, if I could just have that bag of magic mushrooms back from you,writer/director Harold Ramis, then we can move on to your next pitch. That’s my reimagining of the pitch meeting for this movie.
Opening June 19th “Year One” is the story of two hunter gatherers who are essentially exiled from their village and their journey through ancient times. Described by star Jack Black as , ” a biblical comedy about the Old Testament featuring stories from the Torah told through Agnostic, sort of eyes..”
The movie is going to be amazing. Directed and co-written by Ramis (Caddyshack), Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky (“The Office”) . Produced by Judd Apatow. Featuring appearances from David Cross, Paul Rudd, Oliver Platt, Vinnie Jones, Hank Azaria, and McLovin’. Yes yes and yes.
The ultra religious are going to have a field day cockblocking this movie. I was a sceptic but after diligent research and watching the trailer 6 times in a row, I’ve decided that I am all in. Probably twice. Check out this teaser trailer and get converted.
Oooh, I toss and turn and toss and turn over this one. The ingredients are all there: Jack Black, Michael Cera, Apatow & Company, and I love the premise, but I’m a bit wary of the director choice. Harold Ramis can be a solid comedic director, but his track record’s looking a bit shaky. His last three flicks were “The Ice Harvest”, “Analyze That”, and “Bedazzled”. I just hope we’re getting “Groundhog Day” Harold Ramis and not “Stuart Saves His Family” Harold Ramis.
Classic has not been done yet!
I can’t wait to see this master piece Desiree.
me want to see NOW!!! God I love Paul Rudd….SKEET SKEET!