Two Weak Puns

Stanley Kubrick meets French Existentialism in Spartacamus and Sartrecus, coming soon to an art-house theatre near you. The trouble is that both of these puns share the same, not particularly funny, follow-up line, about a man who discovers the true meaning of identity in an uncaring world by pretending to be the leader of a slave revolt and being crucified as an example. Which, unfortunately, happens to be the exact plot of Spartacus to begin with, so that, the pun having been made, there's nowhere to actually run with it.