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PaulKTF Summer sausage Since: 26.5.06 Since last post: 1819 days Last activity: 59 min. # 1 Posted on 17.11.10 0708.44 | Instant Rating: 3.10 http://www.nme.com/movies/news/warner-bros-planning-the-wizard-of-oz-remake/197611 No! Just... no. :( Why not just make a movie that's faithful to the book? Promote this thread!
yamcharulez Chorizo Since: 6.1.02 From: chicago Since last post: 9 days Last activity: 1 day # 2 Posted on 17.11.10 1049.26 | Instant Rating: 1.00 Because hardly anyone has read the books. The movie is more widely known. I for one will not go to see this. Dont say its not worth it, when you can sleep with no fear, that kind of time is worth any thing.- FFX
samoflange Lap cheong Since: 22.2.04 From: Cambridge, MA Since last post: 1011 days Last activity: 1004 days # 3 Posted on 17.11.10 1112.44 | Instant Rating: 5.34 If the loads of CGI are done in an appropriately cartoony and whimsical style, then I'm down. The Oz adaptations Marvel is putting out with art by Skottie Young have been great. It'd be cool to see some of his designs be used. Lloyd: When I met Mary, I got that old fashioned romantic feeling, where I'd do anything to bone her. Harry: That's a special feeling.
wannaberockstar Merguez Since: 7.3.02 Since last post: 18 days Last activity: 18 days # 4 Posted on 17.11.10 1358.22 | Instant Rating: 3.95 The only way I would possibly go see this is if Tim Burton were involved. As it is, I predict a horrible script with plenty of promotion on the fact that it's in 3D and no time spent on the actual depth of the movie.
PaulKTF Summer sausage Since: 26.5.06 Since last post: 1819 days Last activity: 59 min. # 5 Posted on 17.11.10 1427.51 | Instant Rating: 3.10
Originally posted by wannaberockstar The only way I would possibly go see this is if Tim Burton were involved. Oh great, Johnny Depp as a pale and pasty, sad, "deep" Scarecrow who's really very smart and misunderstood (actually that sort of fits in a way- Hmm...).
I'm a claustrophobe artist who loves cave formations but dislikes going underground, so a documentary on a French cave filled with both beautiful calcite speleothems (fancy word of the day) and astonishing 30K+ year old artwork was a natural for me.
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