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« on: October 09, 2012, 04:56:10 PM »

What a great film

I honestly can't remember if it was the original Clash of the Titans or Condorman which was my first trip to the cinema,it was one of them anyway

For those not sure WTF Condorman is about

It was a Disney film starring Michael Crawford and Oliver Reed and was released in 1981

Michael Crawford is Woody,an artist for Condorman comics,but he wont put anything into his strips that can't be done in real life,so Condorman is his alter ego,he gets tangled up with criminals and through his best friend Harry(the dad from Teen Wolf)the government supplies him with top of the range gadgets and the Condorman car and is out to rescue a beautiful woman(Barbara Carrera) from the evil hands of Oliver Reed

The film was very tongue in cheek and was not actually a massive hit,maybe performing better on VHS rental

The car chase with Condorman's car and i think 6 black Porsche's was one of the stand out scenes,even though some scenes were very silly it was still an extremely fun film

Well,Disney have said that they considering remaking it

I am in two minds about this,because the film did not do well originally i am happy some recognition is going it's way,however...i still love the old film and ..well we all have our opinions about remakes these days

There is a trailer for the original film in the link below about the story of maybe a remake coming

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