ITT: The forgotten franchises of Hollywood
Films which were might to be the next big thing and never got it
Its a pity about this, I thought it was alright and more of a Indiana Jones movie than Kingdom.
Crane fight was unforgivable though
>but that movie looked fucking off
Didn't everything about it seem a little off? Not just that weird animation. The script seemed like it needed a rewrite in some places, to make it a bit tighter, and the ending was basically a non-ending. The movie was called the scret of the Unicorn, so one might expect that the "Unicorn" plotline would be wrapped up by the end of it, but at the end it seems like they're still going to try to find the ship. They find the coordinates, and then the movie just kind of ends.
This, in all likelihood. The reviews were abysmal, as were the box office returns, but they were definitely trying to lead up to rebooting the entire Peter Pan story, with as many stops along the way as could make them money.
Just what? That's not a full sentence. Type correctly. Stop making a fool of yourself.
Well the movie she is talking about
>a series of seven novels
>one movie and the franchise ended
>the main actor's career completely dies
Hollywood is cruel.
I don't find movies that break formula and replace it with something faulty to be "fresh". I find them to be awkward. A movie that actually breaks formula and creates something new that works is fresh, and you'll know it's worked, because imitators will spring up to try to copy THAT movie's formula. Tintin was not so lucky.