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Discussion in 'TV Show Forum' started by Sammy Jankis, Sep 24, 2004.

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  2. Kazuya Mishima

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    There's a thread about this on DVD Talk, but it was moving in a negative direction so I thought I'd post on this one.....

    Downloaded this trailer and it looked good, so I searched for and read the story. Great short story! When's the film out in the UK?
     
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    Just took a look at the other thread and do not know why they have started a thread there :confused:
    Looks good to me and I like some of Peter Hyams films.
    The plot reminds me of The Simpson’s story where Homer goes back in time and sneezes on a dinosaur and alters the future.
     
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    Hope they do justice to this.

    One of my favourite Bradbury stories! :smashin:
     
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    As I said in my first post, I read the story and really enjoyed it. When I was in Waterstone's on Saturday, I noticed a Ray Bradbury book called, I think, the Dinosaur Planet. It seems to be a development of "A Sound Of Thunder" with some of the characters marooned in a different time and their "adventures". The film also seems to have some of this in it - by the look of the trailer it carries on, where the original story finishes.
     

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