Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by MikaelaArsenault, Jan 8, 2017.
I would however, enjoy this: The Seinfeld Movie. Only if it were real:
I love me some Seinfeld, but they had a disaster with a 42 minute finale. No way they could pull off a full-length feature.
A movie about and with obscure and unknown bands.
Why a disaster?
A really good take on any of H.P. Lovecraft's classic, late period tales. Something respectful of the era and spirit in which the stories were written, including with all the horrible suggestions, the inexpressible angle... I know it ain't gonna happen, but I'd love it... Set in New England as it ought to be, early 1900s and all that...
While that was a funny poem, it was a joke.
I thought choosing two of the worst candidates for sequels would have been obvious. Guess not.
For real this time,
Midnight Cowboy Reloaded.
I didn't know if you we being serious or not.
I have no opinion on Midnight Cowboy. Remake away.
Withnail & I. The sequel ????
I'm not kidding about this, but that movie trailer looks real to me.
And this leaves you wanting for more. I totally understand the appeal of Marilyn Monroe.
Not that I don't like the version that we got, but I would like to see a well made movie version of George Romero's original script of Day of the Dead. It will probably never happen, and if it does, it will probably be horrible like the remakes that have already been made.
Ed Harris, where my Appaloosa sequels at?!
Also: a worthy Freddy's Dead flick.
A Marvel film set in the early 60s with all the 'reds under the bed' paranoia of the original comics.
Marvel's Red Skull set in WWII from the point of view of the Germans.
A movie about The Who,
Jake Gyllenhaal as Pete Townshend
Heath Ledger as Roger Daltrey
Zach Braff as John Entwistle
Jason Schwartzman as Keith Moon
3 out of 4 are still alive.. with the right guy to replace Heath, it could still happen.
During the lounge/exotica music revival of the 90's there was talk of a planned biopic about Esquivil but as far as I know it never came to fruition. With the right actor and director I think it could be fun.
the story of Joseph straight from the bible. no Hollywood embellishment needed.
Apparently, Oliver Stone's original script for Conan the Barbarian was too over the top to film, budget and effects-wise. I'd like to see that movie.
Here's one I bet nobody would tackle....The Origin Of God....well Spielberg!!!!
Jodorowsky's take on "Dune" - the documentary on that one was a blast!
Reminds me of a DC comic called Blitzkrieg. It was stories of WWII told from the German side. There were only two issues, so it is likely that it fell victim of the DC Implosion.
If I were to make this movie, a certain guy (John Larroquette) would be the main focus.
Yes, he was really in an obscure band called The N.U.D.E.L.E.S and was the founder of that. Unfortunately, he did not sing and did the instrumentation instead.
Sorry. Should’ve expanded further and said this movie about obscure and unknown bands.
Yes! Just watched the documentary last night. What a fascinating man. The vision of a sci-fi epic where Orson Welles, Mick Jagger and Salvador Dali play characters while Pink Floyd and Magma create the music. You can't get more epic than that. A bit too epic even for hollywood hence the reason why it was cancelled I guess.
Just like the original cut of "Greed" - too epic is the right phrase. Had that movie seen the light of day, I seriously can't imagine how anyone else could've attempted making a serious sci-fi film anymore. Jodorowsky's Dune would probably be the definitive SciFi movie, maybe even THE ONE movie as well... we'll never know, unfortunately
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