Lists by EmperorHorde777
Obviously everything has its price. But no reasonable or affordable amount of money, i.e. between $10 and $20, could persuade me to sit through any of these.
One no: you need at least $100 to get me onboard
Two noes: $300 plus dinner
Three noes: in the $500 range, plus dinner at an establishment of my choosing
Four noes: $500 - $1000, and if it were worse than I thought it would be, dinner, plus breakfast and lunch the next day, and you have to help me exorcise the movie from my head
Five noes: Totally not worth it. (Assuming you're even able to convince me with money, it would take a bare minimum of ten C notes to even get me to start watching. I would probably need generous persuasion to keep watching - we're talking hundreds here - and any favor I ask granted without question for a week. This includes paying for emotional therapy)
My dream cast of a re-adaptation of L. Frank Baum's original children's novel released over a hundred years ago. Just about every Oz-related movie in history is based on or inspired by the 1939 movie which, while it was a milestone in filmmaking, was not that close to the book. I, personally, would love to see a faithful adaptation of the novel, part live action and part computer animation, in the vein of 2010's Alice In Wonderland (an excellent movie, in my opinion). Here is my dream cast.
I'm not the biggest fan of the Old Kingdom trilogy - I didn't care for the manner in which the most prominent theme was presented - but it was a fascinating read, and I had more than a few ideas for a cast/crew of a hypothetical movie version.
Obviously since there are only eight films, these people couldn't possibly have all worked on the Harry Potter films, but this list is compiled of composers who I think would have done phenomenally if they had been brought on.
My ideas for a cast of a re-adaptation of Philip K. Dick's story "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?"