June 18, 2010 (limited)
Muse Productions, Revolution Films, Indion Entertainment Group, Stone Canyon Entertainment
Casey Affleck, Kate Hudson, Ned Beatty, Elias Koteas, Tom Bower, Simon Baker, Bill Pullman, Brent Briscoe, Matthew Maher, Liam Aiken, Jay R. Ferguson
Director: Michael Winterbottom
Screenwriter: Michael Winterbottom, John Curran
|Script: Novel Adaptation|
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
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March 17, 2012 - 07:23
Definitely Mortal Engines (and the sequels) by Philip Reeve. Set in the futrue, the world as we know it was destroyed in a 60 minute world war and civilisation started again. The citys move on wheels and eat other citys, huge ancient (futrue to us) weapons, and some very complex relationships and emotions for the actors to portray. Its an epic adventure and the scale of it is would be amazing to see on screen, however I would be slightly worried that it might go the same way as The Golden Compass and a movie would not quite be up to the job.