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Offline Henry88

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if you could do a novelization of your favorite b movie
« on: December 12, 2017, 12:26:55 PM »
  if you could do a novelization of your favorite b movie what would you change to improve the plots of those stories.


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Re: if you could do a novelization of your favorite b movie
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2019, 12:09:36 AM »
Did anyone else read the Piers Anthony novelization of Total Recall? I would pay real money to see that version made back into a movie. In that, the aliens were ants, and they had no concept of metaphor. They had a "Blow up the Sun" button that did exactly that.

But no, instead we got that Colin Farrell remake crap.


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Re: if you could do a novelization of your favorite b movie
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Re: if you could do a novelization of your favorite b movie
« Reply #3 on: January 11, 2019, 08:56:30 PM »
Did anyone else read the Piers Anthony novelization of Total Recall? I would pay real money to see that version made back into a movie. In that, the aliens were ants, and they had no concept of metaphor. They had a "Blow up the Sun" button that did exactly that.

But no, instead we got that Colin Farrell remake crap.
There was a novelization of "Total Recall"? A movie that was already based on something that was written (a short story and not a novel and one that was a lot was closer to the Arnold movie than the pseudo remake, but was significanty different but also certainly didnt't need a different novelization).