Tagged: Jeff Bridges

5 steps to make the Lion King remake work

Regardless of any personal misgivings I may have with Disney’s remake enterprise, even the worst ideas can be turned into good movies. So in the unlikely event that Jon Favreau may be reading this, here are five steps I would recommend him to take to make his Lion King roar.

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 7 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 6 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 5 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 4 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 3 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 2 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”

Tron Legacy (2010) (part 1 of 7)

“Since 1982, fans had been asking for a sequel to Tron. Well, the studio dithered, and did nothing about that for the longest time. Then they decided that since so many other movie franchises had done so well picking up the pieces a decade or two later, well, why couldn’t they? After all, how hard could it be?”