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Tuesday, 8 January 2008

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Praia Da Iluzion - (Sad Ass Mess): This year's must-see smash-hit blockbuster movie is set to be the remake of the 1965 spaghetti western For A Few Arguidos More.

Starring British Touching the Void actors it will tell the story of two Portuguese bounty hunters in pursuit of the identity of 'El Mysterioso' - a secretive New Labour PR genius who took Gerry and Kate McCann on a whirlwind tour of Global Piss Process luminaries in 2007.

These include desperados like the Pope, Dick Cheney, Gordon Brown, Richard Branson, JK Rowling and many, many more.

The film is to be shot by wholesome-faced Touching the Void director Kevin Macdonald who has said he is determined to cast the principal roles from a fathomless pit of Britpack talent (sic) supplied by 10 Downing Street Productions Inc.

The movie is a prequel to the original sequel provisionally entitled A Fistful of Arguidos which will examine the money-raising trail that helped re-launch a bunch of wannabes into some of the most memorable headlines of 2007.

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