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The Shadow Sequel Poll

Would you like the Shadow sequel to have the look and feel of the movie "Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow"? Please explain why or why not.

Want to add your own opinion? Email me! Don't forget to read the rules, though.

I enjoyed what the filmmakers did in "Sky Captain and the World of Tommorrow". However, it just didn't have that feel a director would need to produce a decent, if not an awe inspring sequel for The Shadow. Take the 1994 version. I feel it was great, and yet lacking... there needs to be a great plot or something.

Well actually I was totally tickled by how the first one was made. I think they should have made it longer. I thought the style in which it was made was perfect.

I liked Sky Captain, but I think they could do with less computer animation.

What? They couldn't spend a little extra cash and actually get a car that looks like its from the 1940's?

I liked the fuzzy feel to it though.

It shouldn't be like The World of Tomorrow.

Yes, World has a very distinct feel of the film that gives it that old serial quality, but I never pictured The Shadow as a serial. The film needs a dark 30's Film Noir style that you get with old detective movies or the Michael Keaton Batman. A dark movie filled with shadows (appropriate), slouched hats, and revolvers. I was a fan of the Alec Baldwin movie but it needed more of the feel of the older detective stories. The Shadow is, in essence, a detective story and needs to have that detective feel that World of Tomorrow didn't have.



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