User:Lambic/Hidden Stories: Armadillogate 08, the Sequel

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The Hidden Story of Armadillogate 08, the Sequel

What came first[edit]

The prowesses of Jack "Armadillo" Burton during the Indinana Armadillo shooting contests on National Armadillo Day couldn't go unnoticed from the Hollywood producers, and with due pressure from his huge fanclub, they offered him the main role in the -now classic- movie "Totally Clueless"

"Totally Clueless"[edit]

The classic. The poster has already become a collector's item!

Plot Summary[edit]

Jack Burton is a peace-loving peasant in Indiana, who absolutely abhors any violence and weapons. His attitude changes when he finds his beloved tomatoes ruined by a mysterious tunnel-digging animal he has never seen before. His first encounter with the shiny animal (superbly backlighted by the since famous Director of Photography Sylvia Lilith)[1] is a moment of anthology: the strongly religious farmer is convinced that he's witnessing a miraculous sighting of his Lord. When the creature turns out to be responsible for the tomato massacre, Jack makes the most important decision of his whole life: he buys an AK-47! The revenge can begin...

Music Score[edit]

Noteworthy is the virtuoso yet discrete music score, from the pen of Jean B. Dubois, a young Belgian composer.[2] Especially unnerving is the theme that underlines the creepy advancing of the thirty thousand dillos towards Jack's house.

"Armadillogate 08, the Sequel"[edit]

A still from "Armadillogate 08" : Spam Highlander ready to infiltrate an Armadillo bikers' gang

At the moment of this writing, the movie is in postproduction, but our spies managed to sneak in, and delivered us quite some juicy details!

Plot Summary[edit]

Jack "Armadillo" Burton, when resting from shooting the last Armadillo on US territory, finds himself pitted against two (2!) highly educated villains, who plan to flood his land with a host of semi-mutated Armadillos, bred on a secret European ranch. The most dangerous of them, the mysterious "Mr. Paul", is suspected of spreading truckloads of Armadillos all over the United States. FBI and CIA are trying to find out where he gets them: since Armadillo Jack's last stand, those animals had disappeared from the country, and even declared illegal. Thorough wire-tapping and classy shadowing point towards a secret European Armadillo farm owned by one Felipe de Flandes. While this ""Flemish Connection" is investigated, rumours spread about dangerous mutant dillos who are transforming into tank-like creatures. When Jack meets one in his garden after a trip to the outhouse, he knows something big is afoot, something really big! Another mysterious character comes in: who else than Professor Agatha Brigitta Symforosa Booty, this higly educated flower of the Old English Aristocracy, could be able to provoke the mutations, timing them to erupt when the dillos are loose on American soil?


The Good Guys

  • Jack "Armadillo" Burton, back in the game after killing the Last Armadillo.
  • Spam Highlander, back in a hilarious role as undercover agent.

The Other Guy

  • Mr. Paul, the highly educated half English / half Polish shipping mogul. Very elusive character, which makes it hard to define if he's a Good Guy or a Bad Guy. Since he's not clad in black, nor wears a turban, he can't possibly be a Bad Guy!

The Bad Guys

  • Felipe de Flandes, the even higher educated, yet elusive Flemish connection. Felipe amassed a fortune selling secrets to the US during the cold war, during which time he met Mr Paul. He's only seen in black clothing.
  • Professor Agatha Brigitta Symforosa Booty, by far the highest educated of the lot. It is thought that Booty has 17 Masters degrees and counting, no one knows for sure but her number of degrees could run into the 20s. Booty is an Aristocrat, born in the finest of Old English Money. She is nurse a who is sickened by these senseless dillo murders in the previous movie, and works tirelessly as a Pro-Dillo supporter, spending every free moment she has either rallying for the end of the massacres (as they continue outside the US, or working to patch up these poor creatures after they've been shot. From the start Booty's somewhat odd relationship with Mr Paul and Felipe makes one wonder if she is a part of their scheme for anarchy. Well, even is she isn't wearing black clothes, she IS European, isn't she?

Strong moments - Attention: spoilers may occur![edit]

Find yourself glued to your seat when at the same time wanting to escape from the movie theatre, oh intrepid and unknown stranger, when Jack is confronted, by night, with the first Tankadillo!

Die of envy when Professor A.B.S. Booty recites her list of 20, no... 25, no... 30 university degrees!

Feel her pain during the multiple flashbacks of dying Armadillos, and feel her triumph when she gets her revenge!

Join the "Oooh!" and "Ahaa!" chorus when Mr. Paul enters the "Remington & Winchester United" directors' board meeting room, under the thundering ovations from the board for his astute redressment of the company and the way he has taken advantage of the sudden and immense increase of demand for assault rifles, the specialty of the company.

In preproduction: "Armadiddon, the End?"[edit]

Even our spies didn't find out much about this third production, but they stay alert!

Jack "Armadillo" Burton in advertising[edit]

Guess what's that under his arm, uh?

Probably his most famous advert is the Dime Bar one! He had a hard time remembering which was crusty or soft, something that often led him, after two weeks trying to get the ad canned, to shoot at Dimes and lick at dillos.

Seafood Notes[edit]

  1. Sylvia Lilith (born 1978 in Florida) was already known for her impressio-expressio-pre-modernistic paintings, some of which made it to the Guggenheim of Bilbao (Spain)
  2. Actually "Totally Clueless" was his first movie score: he had written only chamber music and choral works until then.