Island of the Skull - Matthew Costello Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416516697 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Matthew Costello / Mass Market Paperback / 336 Pages / Book is published 2005-11-14 by Pocket Star Books
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by - written on 06/10/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Somewhere in the depth of Hollywood is a filing cabinet containing ideas for prequels and sequels that no one ever wants. What happened to 'Spartacus' after he is crucified? Is anyone still talking about Fight Club after 'Fight Club' ended? Some films are best left as a standalone product that gives you one succinct story. However, if these films make money suddenly an unnecessary sequel appears - 'Men in Black 2', 'Pirates of the Caribbean 4', the list is endless. I don't care about the characters before or after their greatest moment; you are never going to recapture the magic of the original so why bother? What's worse than a decent film getting an unwanted ... Read the complete review
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