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Nowhere Fast

Survival of the Fittest...Literally

The gritty leader of a stationary biker gang risks his life to stop his arch nemesis from taking his turf and destroying what he loves most.

  Waterloo, ON  |  Comedy, Action

Mission #9: Franchise

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Nowhere Fast unveils a new line of products and merchandise.

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    Colleen C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Good luck tonight!

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    Ry B. 1  posted 2 years ago

    All the best on going into the final 5, team Nowhere Fast, cheers!!

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    Maarika P. 0  posted 2 years ago

    I would buy Boyz on Bikes from Nikita anyday. Creative and hilarious! Let's go Nowhere Fast!

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    Colleen C. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Good luck with the crowd pick this week! No Where Fast!

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    Aaron K. 1  posted 2 years ago

    I'm gonna need a few cases of liquid fury for editing the Roast this weekend. You can bill to High School Brawl. Thanks!

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    Ron S. 0  posted 2 years ago

    A late night infomercial with an interesting laugh. It definitely gave more depth to your project, but did it really showcase franchising or make a mockery of it. Funny as heck. I can see the calendars as a Xmas gag gift.

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    gin f. 0  posted 2 years ago

    you delivered with the last vhs idea, to be honest, retro is the way to go. well shot mission, wish it showed some actual franchise ideas that you think would spark interest, besides merchandise.

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    colin g. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Funny take on this mission.
    Dont see any real franchising opportunities here just parodies.
    I think this will hurt you with cinecoup as they are a business that is looking for something to sell market out more than just make 1 movie out of and they get to make the decisions from here on out.
    Ive been a fan from the beginning and still am.

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    colin g. 0  posted 2 years ago

    Good points.
    Glad you replied.
    I hope cinecoup reads these comments so they can get a feel from where you guys are coming from with marketing etc.

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    Erik O. 0  posted 2 years ago

    Hey Colin! Thanks for your feedback!
    We didn't want to just state the obvious with this mission. Every team and their mother talked about action figures, spin offs and graphic novels. Did we do a bit of a parody? Sure! I still think however beneath that, we have something. I would actually encourage you to look at how big parody/joke products are in general. If the film is made and marketed correctly; novelty merchandise has a realistic place in the franchise and is very marketable!

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    Kevin D. 1  posted 2 years ago

    Too often do I find myself spending more time waiting than lifting at the gym.. These lifting leathers are right up my alley.

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    Colin A. 2  posted 2 years ago

    Boys on bikes is the calendar for me. My 4 year old needed training wheels on his Billy Blanks fast track stationary bike and I can only imagine what it must be like for children whose parents can't afford training wheels for them. Buy it for the kids.

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