History Film / BubbaHotep

26th Nov '15 4:17:43 PM Taskmaster123
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The mysterious cursed mummy was stolen from a museum by treasure-hunting rednecks, dressed in a cowboy outfit, and lost in a storm in the river by the retirement home. He rises from the depths to consume the souls of the living, feeding at the retirement home to avoid detection, releasing the residual parts of their souls into the men's room, and scratching obscene hieroglyphs on the stall. The defeated and sick elders aren't very nourishing, but no one misses them. No one believes them. No one cares.
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The mysterious cursed mummy was stolen from a museum by treasure-hunting rednecks, dressed in a cowboy outfit, and lost in a storm in the river by the retirement home. He rises from the depths to consume the souls of the living, feeding at the retirement home to avoid detection, releasing the residual parts of their souls into the men's room, and scratching obscene hieroglyphs on the stall. The defeated and sick elders aren't very nourishing, but no one misses them. No one believes them. No one cares. cares. In addition, the film achieves a strong sense of realism by having the mummy prey on elderly people who require walkers, canes, and wheel-chairs to get around, if they are not actually bed-ridden. Being slow and plodding, the mummy would not be a real threat to typical horror movie protagonists who are usually teens or young adults who could easily run circles around it.
26th Nov '15 4:11:44 PM Taskmaster123
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* PreAssKickingOneLiner: "Don't make me use my stuff on ya, baby!"
1st Aug '15 2:34:33 PM gmonkey42
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* AlternateHistory: Elvis didn't die on the toilet in 1977, he committed a HeroicSacrifice killing a mummy in 2002, a death better suiting a king!
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* AlternateHistory: Elvis didn't die on the toilet in 1977, he [[spoiler: committed a HeroicSacrifice killing a mummy in 2002, a death better suiting a king!king!]]
17th Jul '15 1:28:38 PM wceagle4life
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* PreMortemOneLiner: "Never...but NEVER, fuck with The King!!!"
8th Jun '15 5:13:43 AM Taskmaster123
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* BadassGrandpa: A double shot. Elvis and JFK are old, tired, used up, and waiting to die in a nursing home. However, when it comes to manning up and going out to battle an ancient Egyptian mummy, they kick ass, take names, and get the job done.
30th May '15 1:12:22 AM joelkazoo
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* AlternateHistory: Elvis didn't die on the toilet in 1977, he committed a HeroicSacrifice killing a mummy in 2002, a death better suiting a king!
29th Jul '14 11:17:04 AM Antigone3
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* BleakAbyssNursingHome: the setting of the movie.
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* BleakAbyssNursingHome: BleakAbyssRetirementHome: the setting of the movie.
29th Jul '14 11:16:42 AM Antigone3
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* BleakAbyssNursingHome: the setting of the movie.
18th Jul '14 4:15:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* ActingForTwo: Campbell also plays the real Sebastian Haff when Elvis reminisces about the day he finally stepped away from it all. * ActorAllusion: Ella Joyce played Elvis's nurse in the movie, although she might be more recognized as Eleanor Emerson, a registered nurse married to Baltimore garbageman ''Roc'' in the Fox sitcom of the same name.
5th Jun '14 2:57:44 PM falcon2484
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* SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: On CBS's 2000 MedicalDrama ''City of Angels'', Ossie Davis played the recurring character of an elderly homeless man who believed himself to be the deposed King of England.
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* SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarCharacters: On CBS's 2000 MedicalDrama ''City of Angels'', Ossie Davis played the recurring character of an elderly homeless man who believed himself to be the deposed King of England.
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