So I guess that title is kinda confusing…
but here’s an example, For The Fisherman from I know what you did last summer, I’d say Zombie Nightmare, because Teenagers who killed someone in a car get hunted down.
Another one would be Lightning Mcqueen and Untamed Youth, a young person seeking fame and heading to california ends up in the middle of no-where and is forced into hard labor
A third example to help you get it would be Willow Schnee and I accuse my Parents, because Drunk Mom
The guy from Footloose is like The Crawling Hand because he wasn’t allowed to dance in that diner.
Bob from House by the Cemetery is a child version of Troy from The Final Sacrifice, only more masculine.
Yongary is a Great Value version of Godzilla.
Take the stupid and the ugly away from Clone Richard in Parts, and you have Tommy from Never Let Me Go.
Any Molly Ringwald character in Alien From L.A.'s leading role.
So she could be even MORE annoying. (Yeah, I can’t stand Molly Ringwald and never could. Sue me.)
Most of the characters in Rebecca are virtually cloned for The Screaming Skull.
Mac from Mac and Me is E.T. with the serial numbers filed off.
Zap Rowsdower is Wolverine! You know, minus the claws and healing powers.
Firewall Harrison Ford is definitely old enough to step in as “Dark One” in Wizards Of The Lost Kingdom II. Only less limber and way more crabby. : P
(You all should not be encouraging me like this.)
Peterson from Reptilicus is Ernest P. Worrell’s non-union Danish equivalent.
Chase Winstead from Giant Gila Monster is a scratch ‘n’ dent Elvis, without even the token dash of actual rhythm, blues, or soul.
“Mom, can we get some James Dean from Rebel Without a Cause?”
“Son, you have James Dean from Rebel Without a Cause at home.”
The James Dean from Rebel Without a Cause at home:
Michael Landon from I Was a Teenage Werewolf.
Luis the henchman (Agent for HARM) is Ruby Rhod in The Prince Story!
Quint from Jaws is Touch of Satan because he knows where the fish lives.
Heinrich Dorfmann from Flight of the Phoenix and Cave Dwellers because working flying machine miraculously constructed from scraps.
Mitchell is what you get when Dirty Harry visits one of those big-head caricature artists at the mall.
Complete with greezy fingerprints, rolled up and shoved in a pocket and sat upon.