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garcet71283 - 2013-08-26

I really wish someone would make a new Dune movie. With the current state of the middle-east it is perfect timing. I seriously don't understand why people keep on saying it is unfilmable, just make Lawrence of Arabia in space and you pretty much have it covered.

Old_Zircon - 2013-08-26


infinite zest - 2013-08-26

The Sci-fi Channel's original movie, for one..

Juice Eggs McKenna - 2013-08-27

7-year long HBO series please.

Enjoy - 2013-08-27


Caminante Nocturno - 2013-08-27

Make a Dune anime where every single character is a loli EXCEPT for the actual loli.

Hooker - 2013-08-28

Why do people say it's unfilmable? It's a pretty straightforward narrative.

garcet71283 - 2013-10-06

Like I said, it's basically Lawrence of Arabia in space with lots of drugs.

Nominal - 2021-01-16

Well you finally got your wish.

Too bad the remake looks like a generic boring blockbuster action movie.

Bort - 2013-08-26

I always wondered why Feyd doesn't post here any longer.

Gmork - 2013-08-26

The only way to do dune correctly is to take liberties. It's a semi-boring book, and the sequels are interesting but also boring.

David lynch added every touch to Dune that made it interesting to people. Not Frank Herbert.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-08-26

Frank's novels are real page-turners compared to the sequels his offspring and estate cranked out.

StanleyPain - 2013-08-27

The first three books are actually pretty good and move along really nicely. It's when Herbert wrote himself into a corner and decided to use the "Ghola" concept to keep resurrecting characters thousands of years over and over again to keep the books moving into the future while still retaining a good portion of the original characters.

Of course, Brian Herbert ended the whole series with every main character from Dune coming back as a Ghola and living happily ever after. How novel.

ashtar. - 2013-08-26

Something that has always bothered me about this scene (other than Sting's acting): Why would you hide a poisoned knife on your hip? How often is a hip knife going to be useful in a fight?

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-08-26

It's a combination of close quarters (you just have to parry/grapple with your opponent) and stealth (the hope is your opponent doesn't notice and your audience thinks you're amazingly skilled).

And Sting made a far better Feyd than Matt Keeslar did, and I liked Keeslar as "The Middleman."

ashtar. - 2013-08-26

Well, I was hoping someone was going to make a pun on the word "hipster", but I guess Mr. Serious McNofun here has it all figured out.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2013-08-26

To be honest, "knife fight" and "hipster" rarely appear in the same sentence. "Hipster" and "stabbing," maybe, but even so, it's not too common.

Bort - 2013-08-26

"The Middleman" was crazy fun.

Jaguar Wong - 2013-08-26

Truly Sting's greatest contribution to art.

infinite zest - 2013-08-26

I never noticed the bowling pin strike sound at the end. Was that always there?

Jet Bin Fever - 2013-08-27

ahh man, don't be hating on Sting. I know he made some shit adult contemporary,but the Police are great.

Caminante Nocturno - 2013-08-27

Dune was a landmark for floating fat people.

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