As most people know, Se7en was a great psychological thriller starring Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, and was directed by Fight Club director David Fincher. Now it has been several years since its release so it is due for a sequel.

It will be called Ten. Many of you have probably already guessed what its premise is. In Se7en there was a serial killer who used the seven deadly sins as his method of murder. In Ten(spelled 10en by the way), a killer will use the Ten Commandments as his method of murder.

Of course, the films budget will be much smaller than Se7en, so there will be no Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt or David Fincher. Alas a somewhat telented group will be assmebled to pull it off nevertheless. Taking over where Pitt and Freeman left off are Cuba Gooding Jr. and Skeet Ulrich, who we have seen in the stinker Chill Factor. The director by the way is Rob Reiner, make your own assumptions on that one folks...

No matter which way you look at it, it never will reach the amazement of Se7en, but it should be something we can sit back and enjoy because it is so utterly easy to laugh at!

Knowing the deep, unplumbed well of hackiness of the modern studio system, we'd probably be stuck with something called "Se7en 2: Elec7ric Boogaloo." And what would that look like? Come, let us look deep into the bowels of a studio executive's mind...

Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman are both back, this time played by David Chokachi and Usher. Gwyneth Paltrow is not back, but Pitt/Chokachi's new wife is played by Jenna Elfman.

Anyway, the police are again investigating mysterious and gory murders. First, a man known for his great happiness and contentment has been found dead, a bloody smile carved into his face. The word "HAPPY" is found written on a joke book on his desk. Then a man with very bad allergies is murdered, his sinuses pulled out through his nose and the word "SNEEZY" written on a nearby Kleenex. After a comatose patient in the hospital is found crushed and suffocated under 8,000 pounds of blankets, pillows, and teddy bears with the word "SLEEPY" written on her medical chart, the detective played by Usher finds himself whistling "Heigh Ho" and realizes that the killer has a fixation on "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"...

Can Chokachi and Usher discover the serial killer before he completes his seven murders?
Shouldn't a city that gets this much rain be under six feet of water by now?
Whatcha wanna bet that Jenna Elfman ends the movie poisoned with an apple stuck in her mouth?
And that Chokachi will be designated "Dopey"?

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