A mystery of Brobdingnagian proportions

If you’re like me, again, a thing I don’t recommend, you were amazed to learn there was a movie version of Gulliver’s Travels back in 2010. Yeah! Starred Jack Black and, of course, James Corden and everything. Nobody cared about it, or went to see it, which is why even Jack Black and James Corden are learning about it right now, from this post.

Still, this entails a mystery. Logic tells us that there should have been, somewhere between 2015 and 2018, a somehow more indifferently received sequel. Its name should most likely be Gulliver’s 2ravels. It should star whoever’s the one-tier-lower versions of Jack Black and James Corden. I can find no evidence it exists, though. I’m not saying that all our troubles are caused by this unexplained gap in the popular culture. We should just see if maybe that’s a problem and if we could fix it.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

2 thoughts on “A mystery of Brobdingnagian proportions”

  1. So you’re talking about something along the lines of a remake of “Gullibull’sTravels” the movie starring Jack Benny as the world’s most suggestable traveler and Frank Nelson as his tour guide quoting fantastic and unbelievable facts leading to many rounds of “You mean that’s really (Nelson factoid)?” “Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee yesssssssssss” so I leave it to you to decide who is the modern day Jack Benny and Frank Nelson.


    1. You know, I’d go for that, yeah. Not sure who would be a good modern-day Jack Benny and Frank Nelson, though. The Dan McCoy-Elliott Kalan dynamic on The Flophouse has some resemblance but it’s not that strong a one.


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