Monday, January 08, 2007

The Easiest Sell in the History of Pictures?

The history of cinema is littered with high-concepts that practically sell themselves:

* A giant shark becomes territorial.

* A dinosaur DisneyWorld goes terribly wrong.

* There are snakes. On a plane.

But have you ever heard of a high-concept as easy as the one for Normal Adolescent Behavior? Here's Drew McWeeney describing the flick:
Amber Tamblyn stars as Wendy, a smart girl who is a sort of lynchpin for a group of friends who have known each other since kindergarten. The six of them decided to skip the world of Friday night parties and hook-ups and spin the bottle so that they wouldn’t get side-tracked.

So every Saturday night, they get together as a group and have sex.

If New Line can't make a lot of money with this, something's wrong.

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