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September 17, 2008 |

By Dustin Rowles | Industry | September 17, 2008 |

chaos-theory-02.jpgNot at all content with the disastrously bad faux real-time drama, 88 Minutes, the powers that be have decided to ratchet it up four minutes and turn the idea into a comedy. 92 Minutes is a “philosophical comedy” about a man who has only 92 minutes to live; he has to decide if he wants to race around and finish all his errands (DMV? Post Office?) or slow down and enjoy his final few minutes of life. The movie is based on the Israeli comedy, Mar Baum, and the update will be written by Daniel Taplitz, who wrote the middling Ryan Reynolds’ dramedy, Chaos Theory. It’s apparently a movie about “priorities.”

Mini-diversion: You’ve got 92 minutes to live. What do you do, hotshot? Me: I suspect I’d spend most of those 92 minutes trying to figure out what the fuck to do with my last 92 minutes.

WHAT DO YOU DO? / Dustin Rowles

Industry | September 17, 2008 |

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