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    poll 9-7-15 What shouldn't be a movie?

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    If you could stop one (and only one) of the following things being adapted into a bad, live action movie, which would you pick?

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    Re: poll 9-7-15 What shouldn't be a movie?

    Post by Patch on Tue Sep 08, 2015 8:38 am

    I always enjoyed C&H but I always looked at it as just a funny moment, during their day, just like it read in the newspaper during my day. Trying to fill a movie with 90 minutes seems like it would take away from that. If Calvin was up to that crap all day every day, his parents would have to put him in therapy.
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    Re: poll 9-7-15 What shouldn't be a movie?

    Post by James.k.Polk on Mon Sep 07, 2015 7:55 pm

    I picked Far side. Mainly because it's not episodic and there is no implied story other than that sentient, semi-anthropomorphic cows exist.

    I can't see any way Larson's humor could translate without seeming mean-spirited or stupid.

    But I really think Calvin and Hobbes need to be left alone too.
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    poll 9-7-15 What shouldn't be a movie?

    Post by NebulaJack on Mon Sep 07, 2015 7:30 pm

    For extra fun, feel free to offer up thoughts on how hollywood could fuck up a live action movie based on the above things, including awful casting choices and mangling of the plot.

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