The first time I saw the film of Three, I was struck by the film’s power.
As a writer, director, and producer, I can only imagine what it would be like to have a movie made about all three films.
The film is set in the 1980s, when two friends, Richard and Richard’s sister-in-law, Donna, are married and Richard wants to take a break from the family business.
Donna, meanwhile, has a new job as a bartender at a hotel, and Richard and Donna have a child.
In this world, the world of the drinks, the bars, and the women, the three men must navigate the world’s complexities and confront their pasts in order to survive.
It’s an incredible, emotional movie, and I can’t wait to see how this film evolves.
What does Three have to do with three films?
Three has a few things in common with three movies.
First, it is a comedy.
Second, it stars two men in a comedy role.
Third, it follows three characters through a day in the life of a bartender, an alcoholic, and a bartender’s daughter.
Three stars, it seems, can’t be far behind.
Here are the films that I’d like to see made about Three.
Three: A Life in Laughter (1949) 2.
Three (1966) 3.
Three Nights in Paris (1969) 4.
Three Days, Three Nights (1972) 5.
Three Men in Black (1975) 6.
Three Kings (1986) 7.
Three Women in the House (1994) 8.
Three Shots (1992) 9.
Three Weddings and a Funeral (1995) 10.
Three Boys (2002) 11.
Three-Minute Warning (2011) 12.
Three Ladies (2011), directed by Robert De Niro (The Last Temptation of Christ) 13.
Three Stars (2009) 14.
Three Weeks, Three Days (2009), directed to Tom Ford, starring Sean Penn, Mark Wahlberg, and Jessica Chastain (The Wolf of Wall Street) 15.
Three Things (2014) 16.
Three Years Later (2016) 17.
Three Guys and a Girl (2018) 18.
Three Months (2016), directed and written by John Landis, starring Jason Sudeikis, Kate Beckinsale, and Will Smith (The Help) 19.
Three Feet High and Rising (2017) 20.
Three Sisters (2018), directed, written, and starring Ellen Page, Olivia Wilde, and Michael Stuhlbarg (Logan Lucky) 21.
Three O’Clock Somewhere (2006) 22.
Three Seasons (2006), directed Michael Keaton, written by Mark Boal, and stars Daniel Day-Lewis, Michelle Williams, and J.K. Simmons (A View to a Kill) 23.
Three Wives and a Gang (2006, directed by Tim Burton, starring James Gandolfini) 24.
Three Words (2016, directed David O. Russell, written and starring Julianne Moore, and written and directed by David Fincher) 25.
Three, directed and directed and co-written by Steven Soderbergh, starring Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston, and Jonah Hill (The Social Network) 26.
Three of Us (2015, directed Joss Whedon, starring Amy Poehler, Jonah Hill, and Bradley Cooper) 27.
Three Rivers (2016-2017, directed Justin Theroux, written) 28.
Three and a Half Men (2016); directed and starred J.J. Abrams, directedby Robert Rodriguez (The Martian) 29.
Three Amigos (2015) 30.
Three Girls (2017); directed by James Cameron, written for by, starring Jennifer Lopez, and directedby Mark Wahn (Fury) 31.
Three Faces in the Fire (2016).
Written by Steven Spielberg, directed in association with Lionsgate, starring Mark Waugh, and starred Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Stone, and James Franco (Star Trek Into Darkness) 32.
Three Seconds of Summer (2016; directed by Steven E. DeKnight, written with the original cast) 33.
Three Colors (2016)– directed by Michael Mann, starring Robert DeNiro, and produced by Michael Bay and Sony Pictures Classics (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey) 34.
Three Little Pigs (2016– directed by Todd Haynes and Steven Spielberg; co-directed by Todd Bayliss and Michael Bay) 35.
Three Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors (2016)(written by Robert Altman, directed to) 36.
Three Good Samaritans (2016: written by Michael Kahn, directed, directed again by Michael Apted and directed again and again by Robert Redford and Tim Burton; produced by Universal Pictures) 37.