There are so many comic book and graphic novels getting made into movies, but they are all cut from the same cloth. Superhero or superhero team stop massive, intergalactic threat against humanity. Yes, it is fun, but there are a shit-ton of graphic novels out there right now that could be adapted into films that would be a great deal more original than all the lookalike comic book films we are getting currently. Comics and graphic novels do not always need spandex clad superheroes to tell amazing stories, as proven by these 5 graphic novels that need to be made into movies stat. Keep in mind, this list has everything from talking animals to a sexed out sci fi epic that could redefine the genre if someone had enough balls to actually try and adapt it.
Goodbye to 2012, the year that gave us The Avengers, The Hunger Games, and Skyfall. Hello to 2013! Here are my picks for the 13 biggest, most can’t-miss movies of the year.
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With all of the recycled junk that Hollywood throws at us, we’re certainly not left wanting for sequels. But where so many movies given the franchise treatment have resulted in unwatchable dreck, there are some terrific movies that just beg for sequels — cries that no one has answered.
Has anyone heard of the film “409”? No? Me neither, but that’s all I get when I try to visit the new MovieClips.com beta that supposedly launched today.
I could understand if the site had generated so much hype that its servers had overloaded.
I’d be annoyed, but understanding, if it had told me that I was in the wrong territory to watch films from the six Hollywood studios that have authorised them.
Getting a 409 error isn’t quite what I had in mind.
Did I cause the conflict?
Well, no matter. Perhaps it’ll be back up later, then I can search thousands of two-minute movie clips, rate and share them, and maybe even embed them on my own site.
Will it topple the might of YouTube, which now has its fair share of legitimate film clips? Possibly, if film buffs decide it’s a worthy destination and if the social networking aspects / links are up to scratch.
Take a look — MovieClips.com — and see if it works for you.