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A sequel to the film classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” is in the works. Do you think that is a good idea?

ChoicePercentVisualVotes
Yes 76%
1537
No 23%
462
1999 total votes

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1 Cmhs74 (5 comments) posted 9 months, 1 week ago

A Wonderful Life is a classic, leave it alone. Look at other movie sequels that never lived up to their original, Caddyshack, Smokey and the Bandit, Grease,

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2 papa1 (646 comments) posted 9 months, 1 week ago

a wonderful life is iconic Americana. it's a movie about how much simpler life in America used to be. not all the hatred and political insanity we have now. can't todays' Hollywood come up with an original idea? it seems all they make today are cartoons they call movies. leave the classics alone and try to make your own classic. now there's an idea!!

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3 bgreene (138 comments) posted 9 months, 1 week ago

This time all the yuppie townspeople of Bedford Falls have their homes foreclosed upon because:
1.They lied on their mortgage applications about their income (liar loans)
2. The Bailey Savings and Loan never did anything to verify any of the information and just lent money anyway.
3. Home Buyers all bought more home than they could realistically afford.
4. Bailey Savings and Loan sold off their mortgages to big banks like Mr. Potter's Bank
5. Potter's Bank initiated foreclosures on homes using documents forged by their back office operations staff
6. Homeowners in Bedford Falls filed a class action suit against the banks stating that it was not their fault that they bought more home than they could afford...it was the banks' fault for loaning out the money in the first place.
7. The government bails out the banks using taxpayer dollars from across the U.S. and allows the deadbeats to remain in their homes. They are also awarded huge monetary awards from their lawsuits.
8. Both George Bailey and Mr. Potter are given huge bonuses for bringing back their banks to solvency. They divorce their wives, find hot girlfriends, and buy homes in the Hamptons with the other 1%ers.
9. Those folks in Bedford Falls who (unlike their fellow citizens) acted prudently in their financial affairs look in their mirrors and feel like chumps.

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4 birdseed (66 comments) posted 9 months ago

as long as jimmy stewart's political views remain intact. but knowing Hollywood, they will put a liberal bent on the movie. so I vote no.

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5 gdog4766 (1465 comments) posted 9 months ago

What a couple of arsehalls! to take a benign question like this and
mutate it into a political statement. That's why people have grown to despise you scummy republicans. Real human filth.

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6 pj (80 comments) posted 9 months ago

we all know which is better. a sequel must follow it,s guideline

further more why not print on the internet the fall of austintown, 28 to 0
that was quite a surprise.

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