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 ...
Ebeneezer Scrooge a old heartless soul on christmas eve is visited by 3 ghosts who teach him about christmas spirit
Basically a remake of the film in live action
Simply, who would you cast as Frank Castle for his next appearance?
Stevens, the "perfect" butler to a prosperous British household of the 1930s. He is so unswervingly devoted to serving his master, a well-meaning but callow British Lord Darlington, that he shuts himself off from all emotions and familial relationships. New housekeeper Miss Kenton tries to warm him up and awaken his humanity. The butler also refuses to acknowledge the fact that his master is showing signs of pro-Nazi sentiments. Years later, regretting his lost opportunities in life, he tries once more to make contact with Miss Kenton, the only person who'd ever cared enough to seek out the human being ...
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