Thread: Sony Planning Captain Planet Movie

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    • 3 years 24 days ago
    • Posts: 2014
    http://www.totalfilm.com/news/sony-planning-captain-planet-adaptation



    Honestly,I never saw what folks saw in this series. From what little I remember seeing the stories were redundant (keep this villain from polluting this or that) and the kids' personalities were paper thin.
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      • 3 years 24 days ago
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      It better star Don Cheadle. He nailed it in the Funny or Die parodies.
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          • 3 years 24 days ago
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          I see Ted Turner has no part in making this.
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WpmILPAcRQo

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            • 3 years 24 days ago
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            Captain Planet should just remain dead, period. The original show was nothing more than an over-glorified PSA series.
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              Yeah, I'm going to have to side with those hoping this doesn't happen.
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                • 3 years 24 days ago
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                Quote by Guild_Navigator
                the stories were redundant and the kids' personalities were paper thin.

                Not that I was a Captain Planet fan, but I think the same could be said about many kids' shows that were more popular.
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                  • 3 years 23 days ago
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                  And yet Jonny Quest, a cartoon series that has a fan base spanning three generations has yet to be made into a movie
                  I just don't understand.
                  They're are so many other toons from that era that
                  are more suitable to capture the 90's nostalgia market
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                    • 3 years 23 days ago
                    • Posts: 2014
                    You said it,Straydog. Granted,some of the Cold War era tropes are old hat now,but this is a series that could be perfectly adapted to modern times.



                    Boy,would I love to see an updated version of the Robot Spy:

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