What movies do you wanna see made?

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by True Warrior, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. What movies would you like to see made?
     
  2. Rush Hour 4
     
  3. Twilight reboot
     
  4. The Long Walk a short by Stephen King. Of which Frank Darrabont owns the rights. Jus needs making now.

    A remake of Running Man

    Red Dwarf
     
  5. I would like to see a movie like "assasins" made, a remake, a reenvisionment of the same idea.

    Thats the first thing that came to mind.

    Assasins was a 1995 film starring stallone and banderas, the idea was to have these guys with different methods of killing go after each other to eliminate each other because they are fighting for "contracts" so its two guys fighting to see who kills the contacts first, then they go after each other after one of them is the contract, and then it gets all twisty with the story's multilayers.

    The problem with assasins is that it sucked because it wast pulled of right, i want that same idea to come to fruition.
     
  6. Even though the latest series was enjoyable I'm unsure on this one. That feature length episode they did, I think it was called back to earth was horrendous IMO.

    Anyway one film I've had floating in my head is a sequel to Warrior, built mainly around Tommy dealing with the consequences of the first (the way he left his military service as an example plus his strained relationship with Brendan and his dad, it seemed to be rebuilt especially how they left the first but you could elaborate on it further.)
     
  7. Avatar 2.
     
  8. Back to Earth was crap but this new series has been great.

    A Robin Hood reboot would be cool.
     
  9. Legend of Korra movie... ANIMATED.

    That Last Airbender movie by Shyamalan was a disgrace to the human race.
     
  10. :yes:
     
  11. How I Met Your Mother Movie. :yes:
     
  12. Are ppl huge fans of Avatar on here? I thought it sucked.
     
  13. I'd like a movie made that completely debunks Michael Moore and any other conspiracy theorist.
     
  14. An animated film [panel-by-panel] adaption of The Killing Joke (Batman for those who don't know) would be one of the most incredible things ever. Not to mention Mark Hamill has already gone on record saying he'd return to voice Joker if it were to happen. How their has never had a single adaption of this story is beyond me.