Movie Poems by Brandon Coates
I've had some requests to put our movie poems up somewhere for people to see them after we've done them on the air, so here you go. And you might notice that there are a few that we did on the air that are not on this list. Well, I got those from Reddit. You can find them HERE.
Here are the rest of the movie poems. In case you want to quiz yourself, the answer are below.
- Four men start a business in New York City
They'll capture ghosts for a slight fee
A building with a curse
Their vehicles a hearse
As one exclaims "he slimed me"
- They moved to the town to be merry
Though it quickly became quite scary
Three brothers and a sick friend
Will fight 'til the end
And it's said "I'm your huckleberry"
- For their adventure they must be bold
Before their houses are all sold
Fugitives hot on their tail
With no option to fail
They must find the treasure and gold
- A group of 7, 2 girls, 5 guys
A pirate missing one of his eyes
In search of the treasure
Baby Ruth is their pleasure
During the rescue it's "Hey you guys!"
- A soundtrack that says love is power
The key will be the clock tower
An old man named Doc
And a concert with rock
He must hit 88 miles an hour
- Commandos including Apollo Creed
Get to the chopper is what they need
Hunted by something that clicks
Arnold hides in mud and sticks
Jesse the Body doesn't have time to bleed
- Goonies (yeah, I doubled that one up)
- Back to the Future