Sunday, July 26, 2009

John Matuszak: Goonies

A sequel of The Goonies? Possible?

Likely, if you want to live up to the words of director Chris Columbus (Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone), who in 1985 signed away the script of the adventure film directed and produced by Richard Donner and based on an original story by Steven Spielberg.

The Goonies are four children, Mikey (Sean Astin, Sam from the Lord of the Rings), Mouth (Corey Feldman), Chunk (Jeff Cohen) and Data (Jonathan Ke Quan), who inhabit a Goon Docks a small neighborhood of Astoria. Their friendship and their houses are in danger because two unscrupulous businessmen want to buy the area where they live to build a golf course.

The accidental discovery of an ancient map and a medallion could be the answer to their prayers: the map shows the road to reach the treasure of the danger the pirate Willie orbo.

The entrance to the tunnel, however, lies in the basement of a restaurant used by the terrible Brothers Band as a base and the printing of false money.

Chased by Ms. Brothers and his two sons, Gooneis, with Brand (Josh Brolin), the older brother of Mikey, and the two boys Andy (Kerri Green) and Stef (Martha Plimpton), must overcome a series of ingenious tracobetti before you can sing victory.

Over the years, mainly as a result of removal of the film on DVD in 2007, have repeatedly been put forward hypotheses about a possible return to the big screen of the young hunters treasures. But the news seemed unfounded until this week, Columbus did not declare that Donner would be looking to reunite the original cast of the film.

The director would have learned from Joe Pantoliano Goonies stated that the role of Bad Francis Brothers and is currently busy with shooting in Columbus Percy Jackson & The Olympians. (notizie/9992, notizie/10336, notizie/10118)

"Pantoliano said he had spoken with Richard Donner about six months ago." He said Columbus, who was doubtful of the effective feasibility of the project.

"The only way to achieve it is that the kids are grown and are now the parents of the new Goonies. The two brothers brothers could still be alive and in good health, which could well be in the film. The question is whether or not they to rebuild that idea of the base. "

The greatest perplexities of Columbus to the point of the film: a group of boys used to run the city by bike to explore the reefs around the house.

"I do not know whether it is still such a thing. Perhaps the story all parents should forbid their children to surf or play on the internet."

Once these initial hurdles, however, the director and producer is sure that the film could have a huge commercial success.

"Many of the twenties with whom I worked and work much like the 80s. They have a real obsession, I am really convinced that the'80 is a magical time."

While waiting to find out whether this sequel never sees the light, the fan will deceive the expectation of the original being rolled out in Blue-Ray format and watch the festivities organized for next year at the 25equisimo anniversary of the film.

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