Precious few entertainers are able to leave their mark on both the music and movie industries. Yet when Whitney Houston passed away recently, pop music and film fans felt a void that they’re still figuring out how to fill.
Movies that most definitely need to be brought back to theaters:
#1...The Crow (case closed) before they completely ruin and disgrace Brandon Lee's name by going through with the remake that absolutely nobody is supporting.
#2...Stephen King's IT
#3...What's Eating Gilbert Grape
#8...To Kill A Mockingbird (but have it be the high def blu-ray version)
#11...The Godfather Trilogy (which technically they are sort of doing already).
#12...A Clockwork Orange
I'm all for bringing old movies & not-so-old movies back to the silver screen. I will go back to watch Titanic & all of the Star Wars movies.
Agreed about Whitney Houston. This would be a real tribute.
In terms of other movies, how about Dirty Dancing? Think it's the 25th anniversary this year...
This would be a great way to honor Whitney Houston. She was a Great Singer/Actress and there will never be another one like her. Her death was too soon.
The Girl with the dragon tattoo 2011 American, and 2009 swedish. The girl who played with fire swedish, and The girl who kicked the hornets nest swedish. Well, I've only seen the american one in theaters. I would love to see the swedish ones in theaters.
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