A re-adaptation I'd love to see happen. This time, NO STALLONE to be found, in acting or directorial, as he ruined the character and has the subtlety of a steamroller. Done in the style of something like John Hillicoat's The Road or the Coen's No Country for Old Men, with a focus on character building as opposed to over the top action. Rambo is a drifter, plain and simple. Not the hollywood type, nor a dumb musclehead. The book was not given true justice in the adaptation, as Stallone basically headed the thing, and left out many important scenes and ...
After watching the film and reading the original novel, I've come with a conglomeration of the two. Due to overpopulation, wars and failed political and financial policies put into effect by old and out-of-touch politicians, government is overthrown by more passionate younger rebels. Influenced by a plethora of different conflicting philosophies, the new rulers decide that life should end at 30, ensuring an always young society at the pique of physical and mental ability. What results is a hedonistic paradise ruled by young and unstable teenagers and young adults. The plot would basically the same as the film, but with ...
Third in Lewis' classic Space Trilogy, a mix of arthurian legend, horror, science-fiction and Orwellian ideology.
C.S Lewis' theological sci-fi classic.
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