Posts Tagged ‘adaptations’
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The Marvel Movies: Blade (1998)

The Daywalker's first outing continues our look at the Marvel Comics film catalog.
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The Marvel Movies: The Fantastic Four (1994)

Our look at Marvel's line of films continues with the legendarily unreleased Roger Corman version of Marvel's First Family.

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The Marvel Movies: Captain America (1990)

Marvel's first cinematic treatment of the Star-Spangled Avenger continues our look at Marvel Comics' film library.
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The Marvel Movies: The Punisher (1989)

Our look into Marvel's cinematic vault continues with this adaptation of Marvel's A-number-one antihero.

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The Marvel Movies: Howard the Duck (1986)

Our look at Marvel Comics' cinematic library continues with the OTHER shame of George Lucas.
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The Marvel Movies: Red Sonja (1985)

Our look at the Marvel lexicon continues with the film that introduced the world to Brigitte Nielsen.

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The Marvel Movies: Conan the Destroyer (1984)

Our look at Marvel's theatrical catalog continues with the sequel to the classic barbarian flick.
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The Marvel Movies: Conan the Barbarian (1982)

Our look at the complete library of films based on Marvel Comics characters begins with the film that made Arnold Schwarzenegger a star.

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That Sounds Kinda Familiar …

We've reached this odd contradiction where studios make movies because of an established audience and then doesn't care about them.
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More Classics in High School!

With Easy A bringing The Scarlet Letter into high school, Austin adapts some more classic novels.

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Sequels I Actually Want

Hollywood keeps making sequels that people don't want. Why not make these?
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Saturday Night Live: From TV to Film

The long running sketch show has produced several movies. But how many of them work?

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What Mysteries Should Be Movies?

Not every mystery is Sherlock Holmes. In fact there are books right now that would make for some great movies.

Superman/Batman: Public Enemies

A dynamic, engaging entry in DC Comics' line of straight-to-DVD animated films, "Superman/Batman: Public Enemies" works on all levels.