Some ideas are so good that they're bad. Or... so bad that they're good? Semantics aside, last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, America was proposed an idea so good-bad that it redefined the notion of what true entertainment actually is. Candy Crush: The Movie.
Despite the fact that sending out invites to the massively popular game is a huge Facebook faux-pas, Candy Crush is worth money -- serious money -- as evidenced by Activision's recent purchase of the game's creators for $5.9 billion. Since Stephen Colbert is one to read between the lines, he took it upon himself to envision a future in which a Candy Crush movie comes to fruition.
Naturally, he created a clip with our favorite bad father, Liam Neeson. Watch. Reflect. Enjoy. And stop sending those damn invites.
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Action! Adventure! A giant lollipop hammer. What an action-packed thrill-ride. Neeson would be a fool if he didn't accept the first offer that got slapped down on his potato-covered desk.
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Jeremy Glass is a writer for Thrillist and will always deny those damn-ass requests.