Death Spam (PG-13)

March 5, 2009

 The much anticipated prequel to ‘The Cliff Clayburn Duplication’  schwim

 

"Police believe a blunt instrument was used to murder Vincent Castle"

"Police believe a blunt instrument was used to murder Vincent Castle"

Death Spam (PG-13)

Nuclear Physicist Cliff Clayburn (David Schwimmer) receives an email from himself… from the future. The message instructs Cliff to follow subsequent messages is to avoid serious danger. He initially thinks it’s a joke but after several emails with predictions of the near future (which invariably come true), Cliff begins to take them very seriously.

Cliff is instructed to cancel an upcoming business trip (he is to meet Vincent Castle [Stacy Keach], the CEO of a large corporation, to pitch his latest time travel machine idea). Cliff is informed that when he meets Mr Castle, he will be attacked by Castle’s goons in an attempt to steal his precious time machine plans. In the scuffle that would ensue, Cliff would kill Mr Castle (in self defence) but he himself would be beaten so badly that he would fall into a coma, and only awake years later.

Reluctantly, present-Cliff chooses not to meet Mr Castle… but while he has saves himself, the future-Cliff now finds himself being hunted Mr Castle (who is now alive in the future). To complicate matters more, present-Mr Castle begin to pursue present-Cliff.

Both present and future Cliffs realise that they must work together to find a balance which will help save them both. They cleverly devise a plan that will frame Mr Castle but things go awry… and Castle is killed.

Cliff Clayburn is found guilty of murder and sent to death row.

 Notes: Introduce Cliff Clayburn’s wacky research assistant (Rick Moranis) to lighten the mood and his saucy PA (Elisha Cuthbert) to stir some sexual tension.

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Clean Sweep (G)

December 18, 2008

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Clean Sweep (G)

Morgan Fitch (Wesley Snipes) and Denton Rothgate (Hugh Laurie) are two high-flying executives in New York City who, together with Rothgate’s son Billy (Seth Green), run Fitch Rothgate & Son – one of the city’s largest investment banks.

Due to a series of risky business deals in which they invested all of their own personal fortunes, Fitch and Rothgate find themselves unemployable and penniless.

Forced to fend for themselves on the mean streets of New York, the two are offered jobs as janitors at their former firm by their son – who is now in charge of the bank they founded.

While working as janitors they discover clues that indicate that Billy orchestrated their downfall. Fitch and Rothgate work together to unravel the mystery and rescue their reputations.

sub-plot: love interest – some secretary (Elisha Cuthbert) that Fitch ignored when he was rich – but he now starts to fancy her. He comes to realise the money loss is a blessing in disguise, as he would have never paid her any attention if he was still rich. Totally nails her out by the dumpster.