|Something's not quite kosher.|
May 12, 2006 (limited)
Winsome Productions, A Road Picture LLC
Daryl Sabara, Jeremy Piven, Jami Gertz, Doris Roberts, Garry Marshall, Cheryl Hines, Darryl Hannah, Richard Benjamin
Director: Scott Marshall
Screenwriter: Mark Zakarin
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July 20, 2012 - 05:10
Other films heavily inuneflced are both Tim Burton's Batman to the Crow, with the look of the city and the ending where the good guy fights the bad guy on the top of a church. I believe Metropolis was the first to do this. The novelization of Metropolis is also worth checking out, written by Thea von Harbou, co-writer of the screenplay and also helped write the scripts for M and other of Lang's movies. Other Metropolis to check out is Osamu Tezuka's Metropolis, both the Movie and the comic are both avaiable in america. The comic was only inspired by the poster of the movie, Tezuka never saw the movie, The anime movie is inuneflced by Langs though.