Ouch, it's going to be a lean 2020 for me if those are the big ones. There are like 4 movies listed that I might like to see and I don't know if any them will get me off the couch.
I am mystified by Dune and The Invisible Man as needing new versions.
Dune is the classic unfilmable book, but they have filmed it in both movies and TV miniseries. They have done the best they could with it. I see no reason to try again.
To me The Invisible Man was always the most boring of the iconic monsters and he has been in a number of old films. You could even say he isn't a monster at all, depending on the plot and on whether or not he's supposed to remain sane. In any case there isn't a lot to see with The Invisible Man, pardon the pun, and objects floating around and people getting sucker punched by unseen hands is OK for awhile, but wears thin after a couple times. You don't even get the benefit of seeing the actor most of the time. So I would have stayed away from him unless it's part of a parade of monsters, like "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" or "The Monster Club". Come to think of it, I'd rather watch those two again.
Meant "Monster Squad", it's been awhile.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Raven,
December 09, 2019, 03:29 PM
Here is the trailer for Bond 25, No Time to Die, coming in April