View Full Version : EoFF: The Movie

08-04-2013, 08:53 AM
Congrats, EoFF is now a movie. What would be the plot? What kind of movie would it be? Who would play whom?

08-04-2013, 09:02 AM
A porno, duh. :roll2

08-04-2013, 09:04 AM
I just want to be the guy who screams, "WHERE IS THE FILE?!?!"

Night Fury
08-04-2013, 10:11 AM
Charlotte Ritchie from Fresh Meat would probably play me, since she's my actual doppelganger and I've been stopped in the street before.


Loony BoB
08-04-2013, 12:40 PM
Cid Life, a story based on real life covering how one man changed the lives of thousands of people. Written by Azar.

Monumental Breakdown in Staff Protocol: The Bleys Perspective, a story of how an ex-staffer watched the current staff of a website fall apart. A big twist near the end lead to our hero leaving a place he loves most (luckily, it is mentioned just before the credits that Bleys would return to EoFF one day).

Life of Ryan, a documentary covering the return to increasing activity at EoFF during 2012. It does not feature anyone named Ryan, which leaves many people asking a certain question which lead to the question "Who is Ryan?" going viral on the internet, often rumoured to be nothing more than an intended marketing ploy.
EDIT: Credit for title goes to Calliope

EoFF: Sick Irony - THE MOVIE.

Jiroing Around the World, a film about a young man who travels the world meeting people from EoFF, but it slowly becomes clear he is just looking for a place to call home - and in the end he realises that it is EoFF itself, not a physical location, which is that home.

Taraumatic Experiences, the story of a newbie who rocked up the ranks and the highs and lows that came with being thrown in at the deep end on a video game website with a love story subplot. Laughter and tears - a bit of a chick flick.

Kishi Tickles - You don't wanna know.

Super Delete, the obligatory superhero movie.

Super Delete vs. Doc Wyllius, the sequel where they go under the next obligation: Bringing back a classic villain that, let's face it, none of the kids the film is targeted towards really know.

Resident Evil vs. Vegetable Zombies featuring Super Dave - the obvious zombie thriller, but really more of a comedy than anything.

Knights - A low budget black and white movie about a day in the lives of various Cid's Knights and Admins in a video game forum store released back in 2007, featuring the likes of foa, kikimm, theundeadhero, Shoeberto and MichaelC. The first film to feature Psy & Loony BoB.

Psy and Loony BoB Strike Back, a "Buddy Knight" movie. The reluctant partnership return in yet another cult comedy, this time finding them forced to work together once more to fight off the Invasion of the Spambots.

EoFF: Sims City - A horror film where EoFFers slowly grow more and more insane as members keep dying from freak accidents - but later, as members grow more insane, the deaths become far less accidental. Sort of a mix between Final Destination and One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest. Features a rather horrific scene where MILF barbeques a baby and eats it.

Oh man, I could go on forever.

08-04-2013, 07:46 PM
Mon Petit Spam - an avant-garde silent film that pays homage to the absurd. Released in theatres with an accompanying orchestra comprised of vagrants clanging on rubbish bins.

You've Got Mognet! - Cute public library worker starts flame war with glowering English major interning for Amazon. A connection grows, but will our heroes be checking out more than just books, or will they end up being spineless and withdrawn?

Troll 2: Rise of the n00bs - Just like it sounds, it's an invasion of new members who cannot type and bots who cannot reason. Will eoff avoid being taken over?

The BoB Identity - Daniel Towns wakes up and finds himself locked out of all of his online accounts. His friends won't respond to him and his fiancee takes off for a long weekend. Who can he trust, and can he prove to Google that he is who he says?

And Daniel, your suggestion should be Life of Ryan xD

08-04-2013, 07:49 PM
The Daniel Show - The film chronicles the life of a man who is initially unaware that he is living in a constructed reality television show, broadcast around the clock to billions of EoFFers across the globe. He becomes suspicious of his perceived reality and embarks on a quest to discover the truth about his life.

08-04-2013, 08:46 PM
My Big Fat Geek Wedding: Tale of a young man and his journey to the altar to marry his beloved. Witness his drunken skype bachelor party, his motley crew of wedding attendants scattered around the globe, battles with tuxedo rentals, future in-laws, and cake vendors. Features an unforgettable karaoke scene and the obligatory makeover montage. Sponsored by Southern Comfort.

Cid's Eleven: One man and his band of internet knights come together to try hack into the Square Enix database and download a priceless unreleased version of FFIX. Cid uses his charismatic leadership skills to train and unite the troll, the chatroom idler, the coding expert, the conspiracy theorist, the one who types in all caps, the one who refuses a custom rank/avatar/sig, the selfie generator, the spammer, the one who expresses all of their opinions as solid fact, the earnest young newbie and the cantankerous veteran who comes back for one last heist.

Taken: A young girl goes to register for a Final Fantasy message board, only to find that her preferred username is...taken.

13 Going on 30: Adventures of Sarah Cobb, who tells one little white lie as she forays into the exciting world of teenage online dating. The offers of eDates start pouring in - what's a gal to do?

08-04-2013, 09:55 PM
I want to be in a movie with kikimm. Make it happen BoB.

08-04-2013, 10:26 PM
I would be afraid to go see this movie.

08-05-2013, 05:43 AM
All of these are fantastic. I feel like we should start writing the screenplays.

08-05-2013, 11:04 AM
If the first one does enough box office, let's make:




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