Michael Marshall Smith
Hey Guys I just got done reading Michael Marshall Smith's books Spares and One of Us. I would like to do book reports over them and I know that these books were turned into movies but I cant seem to find them anywhere. So if you know where I can find those movies please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org thanks a bunch!!
>>By Shelb1286 (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)
hey Shelb1286, I pretty shure that "Spares" havent been filmed yet. Hopefully it soon will be, Dream Works SKG has optioned it.
I too am about to write a report over MMS´ "Spares".
If you have time to send me any "good stuff" that you might have been able to dig up, please send it to me on email@example.com.
>>By sawa (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)
Hi, all. I'm a major fan of MMS I absolutely love his books. I know Dreamworks has the rights to Spares and Warner Bros have bought One of Us but neither have been started yet as far as I know. Wouldn't be surprised to see Straw Men bought up too. BTW if you like MMS I suggest reading Richard Morgan's Altered Carbon and Broken Angels, very MMS inspired I think and very good. Anyone wants to get in touch with an MMS fan contact firstname.lastname@example.org
>>By Quellist (Monday, 30 Jun 2003 19:23)
I'd also recommend Neal Stephenson. His stuff is a bit geekier (perl code and all in cryptonomicon!) but marvellous.
If one of us or only forward were made into movies, i think i would spontaneously combust.
>>By KainiIndustries (Tuesday, 1 Jul 2003 05:38)
Hi all. As far as i know Dreamworks/Spielberg have bought the rights to Spares, and Bruce Willis has been in talks with both parties of late. Couls Bruce be messed up on Rapt? Die hard in The Gap?
What does anbody else think about this???
>>By Dom (Wednesday, 9 Jul 2003 16:35)
I've read a few Michael Marshall Smith books, but I can't go past the first one I read, Only Forward, which was pretty special.
>>By Redback (Tuesday, 29 Jan 2008 09:37)
Try The Straw Men. I don't normally go in for crime/thriller type stuff but that book (and the sequels) are great.
>>By Flagg (Tuesday, 29 Jan 2008 10:36)
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