I hated how they changed it from "victory through sacrifice, wits, and skill" to "we've got better guns".
When you say guns, you mean their voices and words, then yeah, maybe. I think it's passable. Like a lot of things in the movie, it was very original, IMO.
I'd Climb The Highest Mountain
A city girl marries a preacher and both move to the country, where they face both happy times as well as painful ones.
To me, it's a reminder that the so-called "good ol' days" in the country had their tragic moments, like then-cureless diseases and plagues.
It used to be only available on VHS, until, by request, a DVD was released this year. They claim that they used the best source material available. Still, it has no extras, not even English subtitles, so keep your ears sharp.
On the other side of the spectrum...
I don't do horror, but as a car guy, I had to watch it.
Have to admit, it's really well made in terms of special f/x and camera shots. I loved how they used George Thorogood's Bad To The Bone
in certain scenes. I cringed every time something happened to Christine's body work. I related to the guy that bought her. Part of me didn't want Christine to die.
I liked it too much for my own good.
. I already let my opinion be known on its thread.
And chunks of movies like Aliens
, Forrest Gump
and The Blues Brothers