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Ever heard of Dragon Ball Evolution?
of all things unholy you could bring up why you choose to mention that shitfest
Hey at least he didn't say Avatar: The Last Airbender (M. Knight Shalamananasamasanaha)
yea ill get to reading that never
If you were to create a video game film to break the mold and create a new form of adaptation for mainstream Hollywood, what series or title would you choose? How would you have the film pan out? How would you make it successful? Imagine you have full control over a project like this -- any game and any amount of money at your disposal. What would you do?
There are a few good game movies.DoomThe first and 4th Resident Evil movies.The two Resident Evil anime films.Final Fantasy VII: Advent ChildrenThe 1st Mortal Kombat (which is funny, 'cuz the second is pretty much the worst).Postaland I'm pretty sure that Persona 3: Spring of Birth is gonna be pretty good.The reason why most movies based on a game suck is because they either make it not in the least bit like the content it's based on, or because they just don't know how to make a movie.It's the same thing with live-action adaptions of anime:Ever heard of Dragon Ball Evolution?
ain't nobody got time for that much reading.
lol dude i just completed over 9000 math problems that you were suppose to do over the time you were reading, Nia.
There was a live-action Assassin's Creed. I think they showed it on Sci-fi as a prequel to AC2.Also, the cake is a lie.Sorry, Sy-fy.
I'm not entirely sure you actually read that, as i acknowledged the existence of the ACII Live Action Lineage.Second line. fo real dudez
Ah. I think I see what you're getting at.Still, if I were making a film, I'd try my best to keep it as close as possible to the source material.You can still have some originality, but if you go to far, then the target audience (i.e., fans of the material) will ignore it.
A good example is the original 1978 Superman.Not only did it do what the comics did and occasionally break the fourth wall, but it was something that could stand on it's own even without the licensing.In the case of how it resembled the source material, the actors were carefully chosen to represent the character, particularly the title hero.The sad truth is, as long as it appeals to the common person who knows nothing of the source material, Hollywood doesn't care. But ultimately, so many of these films are so bad that even the common movie-goers hate it.Maybe they should try the over-the-top approach for something that's over-the-top, and dial it down for something that doesn't need it (*cough* Man of Steel *cough*)