1. Documentary on cameramen (if this already exists someone please tell me so I can watch it!)
    I have a list started in my drafts but the short version is I'm fascinated by cameramen and how they do what they do to get The Shot (inspired after watching Grease Live, Planet Earth, and a whole lot of Bear Grylls shows).
    Suggested by @supercommonname
  2. Title: Can you hear me? Story only seen from the leading character's point of view.
    Person wakes up in the hospital after an accident. Is all of a sudden a mute. But dosen't know it. Frustration grows as nobody seams to be able to hear what the person says. The person does not understand why to begin with. As the movie gets along you find out the person used to be a jazzsinger, and how essential it is for the person to be able to express it's troubled mind via singing. Slowly the person breaks down as the liberating freedom to sing is forever gone and the dark mind takes over.
    Suggested by @DanielaM
  3. 👮 + 🐶 remake
    Suggested by @andersun
  4. "Die Hard in a Building"
    John McClane has been denied his pension, so he puts together a gang of the most wanted bank robbers in the world to take Nakatomi Building hostage again and extort billions in ransom. He's foiled numerous invasion attacks in the past, he knows all the angles, no one else could pull off this job. And only one person can bring him down: Hostage negotiator - and his daughter- Lucy McClane (played in the most recent Die Hard films by Mary Elisabeth Winstead).
    Suggested by @roche
  5. Gender-swapped Hamlet, except in high school and also in the Midwest
    Suggested by @maggieannre
  6. A documentary about the inventors of the not so useless things in the world
    Inspired by Mad About You. Example: who invented that thingie you put on the pizza so the cheese won't stick to the box?
    Suggested by @Jaycer17
  7. When Life Gives You Lemons
    Two girlscouts run a lemonade stand, and everything seems innocent but before long people start dying - mysteriously. The detective assigned to the case is the father of the girlscouts and realizes everything points back to them. It becomes a race against time for him to figure it out and decide to protect his daughters or justice, before the other detectives catch on. How far will a girlscout go for a merit badge,how far will a father go to protect his daughters? Gary Sinise stars in 🍋🎥🎞👮🏻
    Suggested by @HisDudeness
  8. Everybody Poops
    Special agent Jack Fyrekick must race to save the world when a terrorist group announces their plan to unleash a nuclear apocalypse unless every man, woman, and child on Earth simultaneously poops at midnight
    Suggested by @tombatten
    It's a cop who's a leprechaun
    Suggested by @angusisley
  10. Rudolph and Randolph
    Rudolph was born a twin, his brother Randolph has a green lit nose. Rough-housing led Rudolph to 'break' Randolph's specially lit nose. As Rudolph rises to fame because of his bright nose, Randolph turns bitter. One year, Rudolph becomes ill and is unable to guide Santa's sleigh. Who will step in to help Santa? Will Randolph ever get his Christmas Spirit back? ...
    Suggested by @rachelanne
  11. Aliens land on planet earth and unlike the plot line of the popular movies , they want to live in harmony with people on Earth.
    Suggested by @taniha
  12. Baby President
    Because what could be worse than what we've got now? Put a baby in charge, a toddler, not a newborn... I'm not crazy!
    Suggested by @Boogie
  13. Finding Marlon
    a clownfish dad, who isn't that funny, who has previously lost his son, who's best friend suffers from memory loss, decides enough time has passed for him to find love once again.
    Suggested by @catharuin
    It's a cop who's a leper (cc @angusisley)
    Suggested by @Nicholas
  15. A major "Hollywood" big studio $$ budget movie with an all female over 40 years old, ethnically diverse cast. Written, directed, filmed, scored and marketed by women for women. 🙋
    Suggested by @kiraandlulu
  16. "Hidden Fences" - 1950s, female neighbors who never quite see each other's face (a la Wilson, from Home Improvement) nevertheless solve complex family and social issues through advanced mathematics.
    Suggested by @wordytime
  17. Documentary Style Movie: Airport Arrivals
    Two hours of people reacting to seeing people they haven't seen in a long time. Sometimes we will know more backstory, most times we won't. (I'm at the airport and fascinated by these reactions)
    Suggested by @Boogie
  18. "Drumline" (2018)
    Shot by shot remake of "Drumline" (2002)
    Suggested by @chriscady
  19. The Bandit
    An aging Bandit attends the funeral of his best friend Cledus, getting his Trans-Am out of storage. At the funeral he meets up with Carrie, the long-absent love of his life. While no one is looking, he steals Cledus' ashes, meaning to take them on one last ride. An unsuspecting Carrie rides along. The ride is peaceful until a Gray Alert prompts him to show a new generation what the Bandit can do. Chase makes nationwide TV. Crowds cheer him on. Ends with him arrested but smiling.
    Suggested by @poewar
  20. Me and Earl and Lars and the Dying Girl
    Self explanatory, title sells the film.
    Suggested by @Nicholas
  21. A Sisters spin off for Hae Won
    Greta Lee is one of the best parts of the Sisters movie! In her own movie, she'll get fed up with the mean boss at the nail salon. She develops a new type of manicure and people go crazy for it. The name of the manicure is hard to pronounce. She quits her job (after telling off her mean boss) and opens her own nail salon. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey reprise their roles as supportive clients. (Only Amy Poehler and Greta Lee can pull off this scene 😂: https://youtu.be/b3bDFk93YDI )
    Suggested by @TT
  22. The Breakfast Club: The Sequel
    Have the original cast reprise their roles, but now they're the parents to a new generation of kids who are a part of a reimagined Breakfast Club.
    Suggested by @saraportnoy
  23. Tyler Perry's Social Madea
    Madea incoherently riffs for one and half hours about kids these days and their damned crazy apps.
    Suggested by @rockright
  24. The TurboTax Movie
    In the same vein as "Wreck-it Ralph," except instead of a video game, the characters have to fight their way through filing taxes. Coming Summer 2020. With the voices of Ryan Reynolds and Zoe Saldana.
    Suggested by @joemurphy
  25. Documentary on Sorority Rush in the south. Can't believe this doesn't already exist.
    Suggested by @marykathryn
    Biggie and Tupac have been living in the witness protection program on an island but when the people who want them killed have no longer become a threat Pac and Biggie prepare for the return that will shock the world.
    Suggested by @cfloyd77
  27. Time Travel Rap Musical
    Hip hop teens in the late 80's discover that a water bed is a time machine and they travel back to ' 79 so they can be Run DMC before Run DMC. But the time machine mistakenly takes them back to '69 where they end up try performing hip hop at Woodstock.
    Suggested by @cfloyd77
    Shows Rambo's heroics in Vietnam
    Suggested by @cfloyd77
  29. Lego Grey Gardens
    Suggested by @theranman
  30. ETHEL'S REVENGE-Having tolerated her cheap-assed husband, Fred, Ricky Ricardo's bongo drumming and wailing 'Babaloo',and Lucy's harebrained schemes for the past 60 years, she has finally had enough, so she mixes arsenic in the arroz con pollo, and with the help of Little Ricky buries their bodies. The two then fly to Reno to get married.
    Suggested by @curlygirl