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Motion Pictures Would you do Christine?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ANDEREGG TRIBUTE, Jan 25, 2010.

  1. Kustom Komet
    Joined: Jun 26, 2007
    Posts: 625

    Kustom Komet

    I don't see anything wrong with cloning Christine, because the car was a nice red and white two tone stock looking Plymouth. It's not like it was a beater or horribly customized. Many modern day show goers probably wouldn't make the connection anyway.

  2. In a heartbeat. just wish I could find the car to start with. not many '58 two doors in Alabama.
  3. I remember reading the book way back when, even that scared me when they described the way the guys were getting crushed up in the chevy by her.Bruce.
  4. Crush it,if it was possessed like the movie car. HRP
  5. Book is better! they need to remake it, with cg, it could follow the book!
  6. Martin Harris
    Joined: Aug 3, 2014
    Posts: 320

    Martin Harris

    They need to remake the movie, and reinstate all the supernatural elements they left out in the John Carpenter movie.
    Although the original spfx guys did a great job, imagine what they could do with CGI.

    ...on the other hand, knowing how Hollywood works, they'd probably remake the movie using some totally innapropriate make/model/year of car and completely f##k it up.:eek:
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  7. H.R.P. I gave the book back to my
  8. Do some research, rumor is a remake is in the works, with a camaro?????WTF!. King is wrighting part 2 as we type.
  9. another old thread.......back from the dead. Wait! I hear a slight hum coming from the radio?
  10. It will probably be a Prius.
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  11. Love CHRISTINE! It would be cool to see a movie about a possessed old drag car, that goes after other race cars, hondas, prius, etc. Come on christine,everything is still the same, OK!
  12. skulls n roses
    Joined: Mar 4, 2014
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    skulls n roses
    from Altoona

    Was it filmed in Fontana?

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  13. joeycarpunk
    Joined: Jun 21, 2004
    Posts: 4,445

    from MN,USA

    Don't see how a Camaro will work as most wouldn't view it as a ugly duckling most people wouldn't consider fixing up. General people idolize the Camaro as they do 55-57 Chevys and know what they are. Doesn't seem like it would fit the storyline. And yes the book is much better then the movie.
  14. Would you do Christine?

    In my youth I knew a girl named Christine and yes I would do Christine had I had the opportunity! :D HRP
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  15. Martin Harris
    Joined: Aug 3, 2014
    Posts: 320

    Martin Harris

    With a Camaro...good greif, I mean, nothing against Camaros, but, SERIOUSLY?
    I've gotta look this up like you suggested Mav. Daddy...and maybe start a petition to ban this desecration!:eek:
  16. fenian65
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  17. Scarebird
    Joined: Sep 26, 2006
    Posts: 880

    Alliance Vendor
    from ABQ, USA

    Roughly 20 year old car in the book, 4 door, heavy, powerful - sounds like a job for the 94-96 Impala SS
  18. prpmmp
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  19. blue 49
    Joined: Dec 24, 2006
    Posts: 1,363

    blue 49
    from Iowa

    I don't know how accurate it is, but here's one from my area. 001.jpg
  20. flux capacitor
    Joined: Sep 18, 2014
    Posts: 672

    flux capacitor

    Was told by a car pal yesterday, she was gonna be a 57 chevy but the 58's dual headlights looked spookier "dark alley scene" to movie director king? Maybe. But I kinda thing dual headlights might look spookier myself & since 1983 I've never left my fingers anywhere close to a 58 fury's hood. What a way to start a movie! Ouch! :eek: Flux
  21. Martin Harris
    Joined: Aug 3, 2014
    Posts: 320

    Martin Harris

    King chose the Plymouth because of it's name, something he played on in the book when he described the original owner (Roland Lebay) as having "an unending Fury", suggesting the car absorbed it's owner's negative vibes. The book featured Lebay as a decomposing spectre haunting the car, something they dropped from the movie.
  22. Do it? No. It's been done to death over and over.
    Besides, I thought it was a terrible movie.
  23. Hey Danny !,,I had the opportunity and it was not very good,,you didnt miss anything
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  24. hotroddonnie
    Joined: Apr 28, 2011
    Posts: 243


    We need a cool car movie....and not the "Fast and Furious" not a big fan! We need a cool hotrod movie, directed with the help of real old school car guys! Chicks, guns, and violence too please!!!! HRD
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  25. A correct to the book Christine would realy do it for me!
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  26. You ain't right my friend! :D HRP
  27. 012215204911-1.jpg found this four door two years ago, tried to save it, but Pull-A-Part don't sell whole cars. It got crushed after three months of me trying, per there corperate rules. It hadn't lost one part.
  28. verno30
    Joined: Aug 25, 2008
    Posts: 1,078


    Hey, Christine is my wife. I hope I'm the only HAMB'r that gets a turn.
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  29. mrconcdid
    Joined: Aug 31, 2010
    Posts: 1,157

    from Florida

    I know this is an old thread but, I didn't see this

    Its a good read about the car and the boy who found her in a junkyard after the movie.
    And yes, I would clone Christine if I were into fury's, or if I was building a movie/tv collection- that's my "what if you won the lottery" answer.
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