The OP wrote:Three movies
Quite possible. By the time the actors are 14, their voices will have already cracked.
THE Hal E. Burton 9000 wrote:I don't recommend Batman Forever or Batman and Robin, unless you've become a TOTAL Batman whore, you're a REALLY BIG fan of one of the actors/actresses in either movie or you're REALLY curious to see why the film franchise was put on the shelf for over half a decade
I like those movies and I'm not in any of those categories, though I will admit that some of Arnold's dialogue is so bad as to be cringe-inducing.
Formless One wrote:The guys who did V for Vendetta made an excellent movie
Didn't they also have some involvement in The Matrix?
And the studio that did the Spiderman trilogy
What trilogy are you talking about? The contracts have already been signed for movies 4 and 5.
I have only heard good things about Hancock, like that it was everything Superman Returns should have been.
It's good if you can handle a 90-degree change of direction, pace, and focus halfway through. I didn't mind, so I liked it.
And Ghost in the Shell is a near future dystopian sci-fi, which is right up Speilbergs ally. (Now if only he can keep from letting his UFO alien fixation from seeping into every movie he makes, people wouldn't hate him so much)
Jaws, Jurassic Park, and Schindler's List had UFOs?
since this is Hollywood, it must happen on American shores, or else lose the Audience. (this is not the time to point out Harry Potter, thats the exception that proves the rule)
* Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
* House of Flying Daggers
* The City of Lost Children
* all the other movies that aren't Godzilla but have Godzilla in them
* basically all of them, including Children of Men
Movies that aren't foreign-made but take place in foreign countries:
* V for Vendetta
* Black Hawk Down
* The Passion of the Christ
* The Emperor's New Groove
* The Rescuers Down Under
* Beauty and the Beast (takes place in France)
You get the idea
[code:1]Touji would become the mandatory Hollywood black man. The role is perfect for the character. I wouldn't make him a thug like gangster, but assume that his family came from San Fransisco and [i]was[/i] middle class until 2'nd impact. It would make him an interesting and dynamic character, without going into pointless stereotypes.[/code:1]
OH MY GOD...
That's an even worse idea than having the Black Ranger played by a black guy!
Action_Bastard wrote:Back to Hawaii, many action movies have been filmed in Hawaii, especially movies that need dense jungle scenes, two big examples being Predator and Jurassic Park.
Predator was filmed in Mexico.
Action_Bastard wrote:You have to remember that the LEAM (if it ever happens) will me done by Americans more than likely, so the musical director will be the same, American.
That does not follow logic in any way.
SeanTucker wrote:Live-action Eva movie = the movie equivalent of Duke Nukem Forever, heh.
No... Duke Nukem Forever is actually moving forward, albeit slowly. It's more like the equivalent of Avatar
Formless One wrote:
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