Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by WhoseLineFan, Jan 8, 2017.
A movie with Ryan Reynolds, Ryan Gosling, and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
A sci-fi epic from the 1970's starring Adam West and William Shatner.
Brokeback Mountain II?
Elric of Melnibone
"Master and Commander: The Near Side of the World"
I wish Alejandro Jodorosky had been able to complete his "Dune" project. With the planned original soundtrack by Pink Floyd and Magma. That would have been something.
Porky's III: The Nursing Home Years
Brady Bunch v. Partridge Family: Dawn of Grooviness
Transformers in Love
Yoda: The Musical (A Story of Star Wars It Is)
The Fat and the Furry-arsed
Charles in Charge... of Congress!
Baked To The Future
Metal Men - The Birth Of The T-1000
Doctor Who - The Real First Contact
Green Lantern - It Was Just A Horrible Nightmare And Reality Begins
Star Wars (or Star Trek) - Invasion Of The Daleks
Give Nicole Eggert a role as an ice-cream vendor outside the Capitol, and I'm in!
(Charles keeps trying to remember where he knows her from...)
Police Academy 10- Assignment Syria
Crocodile Dundee 4- Dundee and Zodiac BFFs
The Goonies II
I see that more as a TV series.
I got a good "movie I'd like to see": TITANIC 2. "This time, it's personal!"
Not necessarily something good, but SOMETHING!
A really excellent version of the Hobbit
Westworld, but directed by the '70s Spielberg rather than Michael Crichton.
Apparently Sinbad did dress up as a genie to promote a marathon of Sinbad The Sailor movies on TNT in 1994.
FACT CHECK: Sinbad Played a Genie in the 1990s Movie 'Shazaam' »
Which might be why Millennials got confused and thought he starred in a genie movie.
Wow! That's awesome!
This reminds me of another character who would I think would be great in a movie: Adam Strange (a DC comics character).
Quick overview: Adam Strange is an earthman accidentally transported to the planet Rann via teleportation beam. There, he becomes the planet's hero and protector via his intelligence and physical skills. But the effect of the teleportation beam is temporary and he eventually will automatically return to Earth. Then, he must wait until the next teleportation beam can return him to Rann.
If "Sahara" had been successful, more Matthew McConaughey as Dirk Pitt movies.
A Robert B Parker "Spenser" movie with Mark Wahlberg as Spencer and Will Smith as Hawk. Honestly, it's like printing money.
I was gonna say a 4th Dark Knight film from Nolan - but damn, "Rises" ends on such a perfect note that I'm content!
Another film with Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner, and Danny DeVito.
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