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Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - badlands - December 20th, 2016

I believe it is time to make The catcher in the rye to have a movie. I would like to see Charlie Sheen in it.


Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - august - December 21st, 2016

As the lead? Isn't he about 35 years too old?


Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - Boomstick - December 22nd, 2016

I've got nothing against Sheen, but Holden Caulfield wasn't that much of a mess! :laugh:


Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - august - December 22nd, 2016

Boomstick Wrote:I've got nothing against Sheen, but Holden Caulfield wasn't that much of a mess! :laugh:

Greatest. Line. Ever. :clap: :bounce: :jester: :crazy: :laugh: :lol: :hellohands:


Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - Abishai100 - December 27th, 2016

I'd like to see Wes Andersen (Moonrise Kindgom) direct a film version of A Wrinkle in Time.


Which classic novels do you think need a modern film version? - Michael - December 27th, 2016

I would love to see Tom Sawyer, Abroad retold as a modern story (in space, not in a balloon). I doubt most people are familiar with that book but it was the fourth and last of the four Tom Sawyer/Huckleberry Finn books. It was my favorite when I was growing up.