#HashtagWars - #AddHistoryImproveAMovie

Monday, January 9, 2017 01/09/2017 Views: 178

Dan Bakkedahl, Betsy Brandt and Thomas Sadoski turn famous movies into historic masterpieces. (1:35)

And now it is timefor tonight's #HashtagWars.


Last nighta whopping seven Golden Globes

were handed to La La Land.

The film hearkens backto a magical version

of Los Angeles where youcan dance in a park at night

without seeing someone jerk offin a bush

-right before you get shot.-(laughter)

So... in honorof Hollywood's nostalgia trip,

tonight's hashtag is#AddHistoryImproveAMovie.

Examples might be-- Avengers: Age of Enlightenment,

and Mr. Gorbachev, Tear Down This WALL-E.

So I'm gonna put 60 secondson the clock, and begin.

-Tommy. -Genghis Khan Air.

-Yes, points. Very good.-(laughter)

-Dan. -Uh, The Assassination of the Archdukes of Hazzard.

-Points! Oh, that'd be great.Betsy Brandt. -(laughter)

There's Something About Mary Todd Lincoln.


-Tommy. -Gone With the Plague.

Yes, points. Betsy.

Uh, There's Nothing to Cape Fear but Cape Fear Itself.

Yes. Very good.Very good. Points.

-Dan Bakkedahl. -Ask Not What Your Country Can Do for You,

But Ask Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

-Points! Very good!-(cheering)


-MAN: Yes!-Tommy.

Big Trouble in Little China Syndrome.

HARDWICK:Yes, points.

-Dan. -The Nina, the Pinta,

and the Santa Clause 2.



Selma and Louise.


-Oh, that is...-(cheering and applause)

(blowing kiss):Points.


Dude, Where's My Lindbergh Baby?