Now while the code and such could be done, you would run afoul of copyrights and boat loads of lawyers when it comes to music and lyrics. I'm sure you notice that lyrics to songs are not abundant on the web. Ever wonder why?
game based on familiar mis-heard lyrics which used to be an annual test run by Trouser Press, a really great Rock and Roll magazine because its heart was firmly with the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band who enjooyed word-play and anarchy long before the punks came along.
The best example I remember is Jimi Hendrix Purple Haze, the end of the first verse was clearly to be heard as "Scuse me, while I kiss this guy!" Years ahead of the current fashion.
Well my Game is based on slightly misheard Film Titles. Hollywood has already embraced the principle that the only safely bankable movies are movies which have succeeded before, so this brand of solipsistic self imitation should appeal to everyone.
The misheard title I propose is Primates of the Caribbean. And best of all it lends itself to two separate approaches. Either Keira Knightley and Johnny Depp find themselves on a ghostly ship which is crewed by the cast of Planet of the Apes looking for a talisman to turn themselves human, or simply to get them off the boat.
Or, as an entirely different film, Tom Hanks and Audrey Tatou find themselves chasing down arcane symbols in the churches and great Cathedral in Havana pursued by the entire consistory of the Vatican including the Pope. Preferably a Borgia Pope. The fact that many churches in Cuba have been re-purposed makes it that much more interesting..
Either story line should be a block buster, particularly because if Will Farrell can be a comic genius, how hard can it be?
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