President Pimp

“Presidentin’ aint easy!”

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President Pimp
“Presidentin’ aint easy!”
Story outline by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley, May 7, 2009.
– – – 
Samuel L. Jackson is America’s greatest pimp.
He is also the honorary US ambassador to Jamaica.
And, he is also the only black man with a black belt in cowboy kung-fu!
But when Air Force One crashes into Congress, and Washington DC sinks into the Atlantic Ocean, only he can save the nation from total chaos!
As the highest-ranking surviving member of the US Federal Government, President Samuel L. Jackson must meet with the Chinese premire, and defend America from the beast from the East: the immortal vampire daughter of Fu-Manchu, Saki-saki, the she-pimp of Szechuan!
Her thirst for power is matched only by her thirst for blood!
Both of which are very high!
Also, she is very attractive!
Now, America’s only hope is – 
Samuel L. Jackson as – 
President Pimp!

President Pimp

“Presidentin’ aint easy!”

 

Story outline by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley, May 7, 2009.

 

Samuel L. Jackson is America’s greatest pimp.

He is also the honorary US ambassador to Jamaica.

And, he is also the only black man with a black belt in cowboy kung-fu!

But when Air Force One crashes into Congress, and Washington DC sinks into the Atlantic Ocean, only he can save the nation from total chaos!

As the highest-ranking surviving member of the US Federal Government, President Samuel L. Jackson must meet with the Chinese premire, and defend America from the Beast from the East: the immortal vampire daughter of Fu-Manchu: Saki-saki, the she-pimp of Szechuan!

Her thirst for power is matched only by her thirst for blood!

Both of which are very high!

Also, she is very sexy!

 

Now, America’s only hope

is

Samuel L. Jackson

as

President Pimp!

Planet of the Kongs!

The terrible secret origin of King Kong – never before told!

 

Story concept by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley
June 2, 2009
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The terrible secret origin of King Kong – never before told!
King Kong is actually a member of a race of giant space apes!
His ship crashed on Skull Island and all crew perished but him.
Without food, clothes, tools, or weapons, he must survive in the primeval jungle, fighting and eating dinoasurs to survive.

Story concept by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley

June 2, 2009

 

The terrible secret origin of King Kong – never before told!

 

King Kong is actually a member of a race of giant space apes!

His ship crashed on Skull Island and all crew perished but him.

Without food, clothes, tools, or weapons, he must survive in the primeval jungle, fighting and eating dinoasurs to survive.

Will he retain his “humanity” or become just as savage as the beasts he hunts?

Frankenstein 3000

A period piece and futuristic reboot of the classic tale.

 

 

Frankenstein 3000
Script Treatment by Mike Jenkins & Joe Hurley
April 14, 2008
A futuristic reboot of the classic tale.
Perhaps best told as a trilogy? Or Quadrilogy?
18XX-1912-1918, 1939-1945, 1969, 2009, 2069?
Doctor Frankenstein’s immortal monster, once thought to have destroyed himself by fire, is actually frozen in an arctic iceberg. Said iceberg is hit by the Titanic, relasing the monster into the frigid North Atlantic. A rescue ship picks him up, mistaking his burned and frozen corpse for that of a boiler room crewman. Buried in a mass grave for Titanic victims in the outskirts of New York City, he is reawakened when the grave’s monument is struck by lightning.
Goes on bloody rampage until captured and confined by the US government. Later loosed on the Germans in WWI. Punches holes in some tanks, knocks some doughboys & Huns around until Kaiser Wilhelm orders a railway gun to drop a 500 pound shell of TNT near him. This buries the creature under a few tons of rubble, where he will sit until 1938.
When the French are building the Maginot Line, they uncover him in a tunnel. A small, malfunctioning generator awakens him. One short bloody rampage later, he is sealed in a tunnel section which is then flooded with concrete. Imprisoned in a rough-hewn block of concrete wrapped in steel bands, the creature is air-dropped into Berlin in 1945, where it finds its way into Hitler’s bunker and squishes his head like an over-ripe tomato.
A German Panzer offensive drives him across the country, to Peenemunde, where another tunnel / bunker battle takes place. Eventually he is drowned in molten aluminum. The aluminum block is strapped to a few V-2’s and shot into space just as Peenemunde is blown to hell by Allied bombing.
In 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin find him on the moon. While innocently collecting rock samples, they uncover what appears to be a human hand. Further excavation reveals aluminum fragments and an apparent human corpse. Excited transmissions go back and forth between the astronauts and NASA. The most logical assumption is that the Soviet Union tried and failed to send a man to the moon. Now exposed to the sun, the monster slowly comes to life. He chases Armstrong and Aldrin around for a while. The astronauts occasionally try to fight him, with predictably awkward results (low gravity!). They try to blow him up with seismic charges. They try to irradiate him with the radioisotope thermal electric generator. They eventually use the LEM’s landing motor to blast him off the moon, back into space.
2009: ISS crew identifies humanoid figure approching station. After initial observation, they guess it might be a dead astronaut, perhaps Chinese. They use the Canadian arm to retrieve it and place it in a temporary inflatable module for a closer look. Upon removing the layers of dust and space garbage around the figure, they are horrified to see the monster. An electrical short or a loose cable or something brings the beast to life. Bloody rampage ensues. The heroes blockade themselves in a dead-end module. The monster, unable to open the door, goes outside the station and begins to try to open the airlock at the opposite end of the module. Just as he cracks it open, out heroes manage to open the sealed door and barely make it into the next compartment before the whole station depressurises. They then decide to get into their suits and go EVA. They all hang on to the Canadian arm as it travels down to the opposite end of the ISS. They are being chased by the monster, who is awkwardly clamboring over the main truss. At the end of the station, the remaining astronauts use the solar panels to reflect solar energy at him, rapidly raising his temperature. Then, an astronaut soaks him with liquid nitrogen, freezing his extremities and cracking his torso. One astronaut then rams him with the Soyuz garbage ship, and he shatters and falls down toward Earth, to burn up in the atmosphere.
In 2069, he is found drifting in space, or on the moon, or on Mars, or on an asteriod or something. Hmm… Continuity might be a problem here.

Frankenstein 3000

 

Script Treatment by M. Jenkins & J. Hurley

April 14, 2008

 

A period piece and futuristic reboot of the classic tale.

Perhaps best told as a trilogy? Or quadrilogy?

18XX-1912-1918, 1939-1945, 1969, 2009, 2069?

 

Doctor Frankenstein’s immortal monster, once thought to have destroyed himself by fire, is actually frozen in an arctic iceberg. Said iceberg is hit by the Titanic, relasing the monster into the frigid North Atlantic. A rescue ship picks him up, mistaking his burned and frozen corpse for that of a boiler room crewman. Buried in a mass grave for Titanic victims in the outskirts of New York City, he is reawakened when the grave’s monument is struck by lightning.

 

Goes on bloody rampage until captured and confined by the US government. Later loosed on the Germans in WWI. Punches holes in some tanks, knocks some doughboys & Huns around until Kaiser Wilhelm orders a railway gun to drop a 500 pound shell of TNT near him. This buries the creature under a few tons of rubble, where he will sit until 1938.

 

When the French are building the Maginot Line, they uncover him in a tunnel. A small, malfunctioning generator awakens him. One short bloody rampage later, he is sealed in a tunnel section which is then flooded with concrete. Imprisoned in a rough-hewn block of concrete wrapped in steel bands, the creature is air-dropped into Berlin in 1945, where it finds its way into Hitler’s bunker and squishes his head like an over-ripe tomato.

 

A German Panzer offensive drives him across the country, to Peenemunde, where another tunnel / bunker battle takes place. Eventually he is drowned in molten aluminum. The aluminum block is strapped to a few V-2’s and shot into space just as Peenemunde is blown to hell by Allied bombing.

 

In 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin find him on the moon. While innocently collecting rock samples, they uncover what appears to be a human hand. Further excavation reveals aluminum fragments and an apparent human corpse. Excited transmissions go back and forth between the astronauts and NASA. The most logical assumption is that the Soviet Union tried and failed to send a man to the moon. Now exposed to the sun, the monster slowly comes to life. He chases Armstrong and Aldrin around for a while. The astronauts occasionally try to fight him, with predictably awkward results (low gravity!). They try to blow him up with seismic charges. They try to irradiate him with the radioisotope thermal electric generator. They eventually use the LEM’s landing motor to blast him off the moon, back into space.

 

2009: ISS crew identifies humanoid figure approching station. After initial observation, they guess it might be a dead astronaut, perhaps Chinese. They use the Canadian arm to retrieve it and place it in a temporary inflatable module for a closer look. Upon removing the layers of dust and space garbage around the figure, they are horrified to see the monster. An electrical short or a loose cable or something brings the beast to life. Bloody rampage ensues. The heroes blockade themselves in a dead-end module. The monster, unable to open the door, goes outside the station and begins to try to open the airlock at the opposite end of the module. Just as he cracks it open, out heroes manage to open the sealed door and barely make it into the next compartment before the whole station depressurises. They then decide to get into their suits and go EVA. They all hang on to the Canadian arm as it travels down to the opposite end of the ISS. They are being chased by the monster, who is awkwardly clamboring over the main truss. At the end of the station, the remaining astronauts use the solar panels to reflect solar energy at him, rapidly raising his temperature. Then, an astronaut soaks him with liquid nitrogen, freezing his extremities and cracking his torso. One astronaut then rams him with the Soyuz garbage ship, and he shatters and falls down toward Earth, to burn up in the atmosphere.

 

In 2069, he is found drifting in space, or on the moon, or on Mars, or on an asteriod or something. Hmm… Continuity might be a problem here.

Star Trek Nemesis: Fan-Written Alternate Ending

October 1, 2007

– – – –

Data and Picard have beamed aboard the Scimitar, and are about to attempt to destroy the Reman superweapon.

 

Data is about to attempt to forcibly beam Picard out  when Picard, anticipating his move, steps back.

 

Data says, “Sir, I cannot allow you to sacrifice yourself. I am the junior officer and your survival takes precedence over my own. Besides, I am merely a machine.”

 

Picard: “Data, just because you’re not a human being doesn’t mean you’re worth less than one. I choose to do this.”

 

(They begin to circle the machine, each one with his phaser drawn.)

 

Data: “Sir, I respectfully disagree. Your sum total of life experience is greater than my own. You therefore have a greater value to civilization, both as a resource of skill and knowledge and as an investment of time and effort.”

 

Picard: “Data, are you satisfied with your development as a conscious being?”

 

Data is briefly surprised by this abrupt change of topic.

 

Data: “No, sir, I am not. There is much that I have yet to understand about humanity and … my self.”

 

Picard: “I am satisfied with my ‘personal development.’ I’ve led a long and rich life. Though I may have many healthy decades ahead of me, that cannot be guaranteed nearly as surely as you have as many decades ahead of you. You are an android – you’re virtually immortal – and you still have your whole ‘life’ ahead of you, if you’ll pardon the phrase.”

 

Picard: “I’ve left plenty of records of my wisdom for posterity to learn from – you have yet to leave your mark.”

 

Picard: “Mister Data, stand down – That’s an order.”

 

Data: (beat) “Aye, sir.”

 

Picard: “Tell the crew … that I wish them all … the best of luck.”

 

Data: “Aye, sir. … Goodbye, and thank you … Jean-Luc.”

 

Picard: “Goodbye Data. And good luck.”

 

Data beams out.

 

Picard turns toward the core of the superweapon. He checks the remaining time before firing on his tricorder, then casually throws it into the glowing core, where it is instantly vaporized. He calmly sets his phaser to maximum power, aims it at the center of the glowing core, smiles wistfully, and fires.

 

Cut to exterior view of the Scimitar, which is instantly rent asunder with sound of tremendous explosion. Fire, plasma, smoke and debris splash across the Enterprise. The glow of the explosion fades away, as does the sound. Fade to black.

 

Fade in on a lush mountainside, on Earth, in a region its natives still call France. The officers of the Enterprise are gathered around a small family plot, that of the Picard lineage. We see the memorial marker for Picard’s cousin (whose death was referenced in Insurrection). The Picard line ends here. We pan across the small open field to the officers, who are gathered around a polished black marble stele. At the base of the stele is a small flame. The face of the stone is engraved with the name Jean-Luc Picard and the dates 13 July, 2305 and March 5, 2379, and the legend Captain of the Starships USS Stargazer, USS Enterprise-D & USS Enterprise-E.

 

Worf is the first to place his hand on the stele.

 

An audio file is played by the stele: “Actually, I think you’re the bravest man I know.”

 

Computer: “Bridge voice recorder, USS Enterprise NCC 1701-E, stardate 2063.42: ‘First Contact Incident.'”

 

Worf steps back, and Riker places a hand on the stele. A voice speaks:

 

“Don’t try to be a great man, just be a man – let history make its own decisions.”

 

Computer: “Zefram Cochrane, stardate 2083.31, excerpt from adress at the commissioning of the first Starfleet starship.”


Slow zoom out.

 

One by one, they each touch the stone.

 

Tilt up to blue sky, and fade to slowly panning starfield.

 

Voice-over:

 

Picard: “Captain’s Log – supplemental. I sit here with not a little bit of trepidation. In less than twelve hours, this ship will be underway on its maiden voyage. She is of the largest class of vessel Starfleet has ever built, and most importantly, she carries the most famous name of any starship – Enterprise. I hope I will serve her and my post well, and with honor. Her mission is stated simply, in very few words: ‘To explore strange new worlds. To seek out new life and new civilizations. To boldly go where no one has gone before.’ They express a very profound hope: a belief that knowledge brings peace and prosperity. I believe it is also the very core of human nature: to want to know … to want to learn, and see… I hope my new crew and I can serve that purpose well. To leave the universe a better place than when we came. 

 

Ever since men noticed the stars, and reached out to try to touch them, we have wanted to know. … It is now humanity’s greatest opportunity: To explore – to seek – to boldly go.”

 

Caption fades up: Captain’s log of the Federation starship USS Enterprise, NCC-1701-D, stardate 2363.14. T minus eleven hours, five minutes until maiden voyage.

 

Fade to black. Roll credits.

Snakes on a Plane 2 – Snakes in Space

Aerospace Marshal Samuel L. Jackson must prevent terrorists from attacking a commercial space shuttle with genetically engineered super-snakes.

 

Story treatment by Mike Jenkins & Joe Hurley
June 2007
– Act One –
The future:
Aerospace Marshal Samuel L. Jackson must prevent terrorists from attacking a commercial space shuttle with genetically engineered super-snakes.
For the opening, we start with a commercial shuttle launch. Just as the main booms are retracted and the shuttle is beginning to move upward, we see SLJ jumping down off the far end of the main boom. As he falls down toward the shuttle cockpit windows, he fires a machine gun downward, shooting open the ‘windshield’ just in time to fall through it, as the shuttle rockets upward. 
Having also shot the bad guy in the pilot’s seat to pieces, he falls through the pilot’s seat (shot apart) and lands on the aft bulkhead. While straining under the g-force from acceleration (which is holding him to the back wall), he manages to shoot-up the other bad guys in the cockpit. Then, he must make a Herculean jump ‘up’ to get into the copilot’s seat. Once seated, he struggles to regain control of the shuttle.
The shuttle has been tilting into a disturbing backflip, which could turn into a giant summersault, slamming it back into  the ground. SLJ struggles mightily to right the shuttle, and ends up landing it on a nearby runway. (This could be the end of a routine areospace marshal training session, or the end of a real mission.)
– Act Two –
SLJ is on the shuttle, in space, when things start to go crazy. Snakes eat the pilots, terrify passengers, etc. Main cabin briefly loses pressure for some reason, loses gravity, etc.
Somewhere in this, SLJ strangles a bad guy with a snake.
Also, while conducting an EVA to repair the ship, he fights some other guy, and ends up stabbing him with a frozen snake.
– Act Three –
SLJ must battle the queen snake. He ends up blowing the shuttle in half. The rear end with the queen snake in it falls into the atmosphere and incinerates. Now SLJ must single-handedly land half a shuttle anywhere on Earth he can find. Opportunity for some location gags here: landing in front of some landmark. Or crashing into / through some landmark.

Story treatment by Mike Jenkins & Joe Hurley

 

June 2007

 

 

 

– Act One –

 

The future:

 

Aerospace Marshal Samuel L. Jackson must prevent terrorists from attacking a commercial space shuttle with genetically engineered super-snakes.

 

For the opening, we start with a commercial shuttle launch. Just as the main booms are retracted and the shuttle is beginning to move upward, we see SLJ jumping down off the far end of the main boom. As he falls down toward the shuttle cockpit windows, he fires a machine gun downward, shooting open the ‘windshield’ just in time to fall through it, as the shuttle rockets upward. 

 

Having also shot the bad guy in the pilot’s seat to pieces, he falls through the pilot’s seat (shot apart) and lands on the aft bulkhead. While straining under the g-force from acceleration (which is holding him to the back wall), he manages to shoot-up the other bad guys in the cockpit. Then, he must make a Herculean jump ‘up’ to get into the copilot’s seat. Once seated, he struggles to regain control of the shuttle.

 

The shuttle has been tilting into a disturbing backflip, which could turn into a giant summersault, slamming it back into  the ground. SLJ struggles mightily to right the shuttle, and ends up landing it on a nearby runway. (This could be the end of a routine areospace marshal training session, or the end of a real mission.)

 

– Act Two –

 

SLJ is on our ‘main’ shuttle, in space, when things start to go crazy. Snakes eat the pilots, terrify passengers, etc. Main cabin briefly loses pressure for some reason, loses gravity, etc.

 

Somewhere in this, SLJ strangles a bad guy with a snake.

 

Also, while conducting an EVA to repair the ship, he fights some other guy, and ends up stabbing him through with a frozen snake.

 

– Act Three –

 

SLJ must now battle the queen snake. He ends up blowing the shuttle in half. The rear end with the wounded queen snake in it falls into the atmosphere and incinerates / explodes. Now SLJ must single-handedly land half a shuttle anywhere on Earth he can find. Opportunity for some location gags here: landing in front of some landmark. Or crashing into / through some landmark. Or both.