It was a great movie.
But what we don’t see at the box office is any of that magic.
We don’t hear the same songs.
We get the same laughs.
And the same characters.
I’m sure there’s a few “Threes” that would have made an amazing sequel, but this one is a real missed opportunity.
“Threw Me Off the Threepence Bridge” is a movie that could have been a terrific sequel to the hit “Three.”
It could have followed the same plot, the same cast, the exact same action, and it could have made a fun sequel to “The Bridge” as well.
Instead, we get a new, untranslated film.
The movie doesn’t look like a sequel.
It doesn’t feel like a “ThreaPennies.”
And that’s not the best thing.
I would have loved for “Threnepenny” to be a sequel, and if it was, it would have been the best sequel ever made.
Instead we got another, untitled sequel.
And we got it in 2016.
If the “Threenes” are ever to make another movie, they’ll have to adapt the script from “Threds” instead of adapting the screenplay from “The Bridges,” because that’s what “Thres” was meant to be.
This film could have had its characters and story told from the perspective of a new generation of young actors, but that’s just not how it turned out.
I was devastated.
I wanted to see more of “Thremps.”
I wanted more of the characters and stories told in the movie.
I was also disappointed that it’s taken so long for a third “Threed” to get made.
I’d love to see it now, but it will never happen.
It’s a shame, because the film made a lot of people laugh, and I enjoyed the movie in its own right.
The story line was a good one.
The cast was good.
The characters were good.
There was no plot twist.
And I loved the sound design.
The sound effects were very good.
But it was never really a movie about love, or friendship, or hope.
It was always about a new-age love triangle, about a young man who was rejected by his family, and finally accepted by a beautiful woman.
That’s a movie you shouldn’t have to wait until next summer to see.