Movie Mashup; The Wrestler 2008 and A Nightmare on Elm Street 1984

The Wrestler (2008)

Logline: A wrestler faces hardship in the world outside the arena after health issues cause him to retire, but decides to return and aims for stardom.

 The Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)

Logline: A girl stays up to protect herself from a serial killer who executes in sleep.


Mash-up Title: The Wrestler on Elm Street

Logline: A wrestler ashamed of lose in a match decides to retire and reconcile with daughter who is being plotted to death.

A professional wrestler faces big defeat in a final match. His fans start to hate and insult him, resulting in his decision to retire and reconcile with his daughter. He finds out that his daughter is being plotted to death and rushes back home to help. The daughter mistakes her father for the blurred assassin she dreams of. Scared and terrified when she sees her father she kills herself, resulting in the father going insane and he also commits suicide. Now, he haunts the Elm Street as the wrestler’s ghost.



Shockingly a rumor spread that our Ghost Rider is about to walk the streets, because he has gone broke. Yes, I’m talking about Nicolas Kim Coppola known better as Nicolas Cage. He has suffered from lawsuits against him. Various career changes like Actor, Producer to Director, and now he has decided to go into the world of music and start a career in rapping. Being a rapper is not as easy as it sounds. It involves being a big bad thug with lots of money, cars and girls with big assets. I don’t know how well this is all going to treat our Ghost Rider because he is short on money, got no cars and girls, well they follow the money. News say that he is going to feature the labels with the stage name Iced French Coppola. An update also came in saying his first album will be called Self Made Coppola featuring some of his best verses.


“yo I got no money now, that’s sad,

they call me iced coppola, im bad,

new in this rap game, fresh

sip on the french vanilla , refresh”

–         Iced French Coppola

The Mask 1994 – Review


The movie “The Mask” starring Jim Carrey, directed by Chuck Russel and was released in 1994. The movie is a fantasy comedy, which it also holds on to throughout the entire duration. It also features some action which kept me interested into it as well. The movie has some parts where it feels it was a bit of over acting but the comedy factor takes over it and makes you forget about the weird acting. I like the fiction storyline and the comic characters. The storyline is based on a fiction novel but it has events similar to reality. The life of Stanley Ipkiss (Jim Carrey) shares problems similar to a common working man’s lifestyle. The characters like the masked Stanley and dog also contribute into making this movie a worthwhile entertainment. I did not like the part where the bad guy gets the mask and turns himself into the masked version of himself. It brings violence into the story and diverts the movie from a comedy to an action/violence. The movie holds up to its title “The Mask” and its genre. The actors and the script bring it alive, according to the box office statistics the movie was a great success in the year of 1994. Overall the movie is funny and features a lot of parts full of laughter.