- Jul 1, 2018
Eragon could have at least been a fun fantasy romp. It failed even in that.
Re: Roger Rabbit
It was considered for adaptation into a movie for a few years, but it focused on comic strip characters, not cartoon film. The author did a sequel and changed it so it followed the movie universe instead (Roger Rabbit dies in the book). There's no Judge Doom, no Dip, and it is set in modern times.
I'm enjoying the TV adaptation of The Expanse. I was lukewarm on Leviathan Wakes, but think the show solves a lot of the issues I had with the book. I have heard that the later books are really good, but I haven't read them, so I can't judge in comparison to the show. I'll probably read them after finishing S2 of the series, though.
Actual Mad Max, or that one that came out in the 21st century that claimed to be a Mad Max movie, but turned out to be 2+ hours of Charlize Theron making poor decisions while Tom Hardy played post-Apocalypse Uber driver? I need clarification.I'm afraid they would Mad Max it up for modern audiences.
World War Z: The Book: Detailed and in-depth mockumentary of the world after an undead plague ravages the Earth, along with interesting accounts of the people involved across the globe.
World War Z: The Movie: Brad Pitt drinks Pepsi and watches corpses do parkcore workouts.
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