The best adaptations of the tv at the cinema: when cathode rays are soaked celluloid

The best adaptations of the tv at the cinema: when cathode rays are soaked celluloid


The premiere of ‘Downton Abbey’ reminds us, with the film culminating six successful seasons and stretching the history of the family Crawley with a visit from none other than the Queen,   in spite of their disagreements, film and television have always had a fluid relationship. sometimes as inspiration, sometimes as a continuation and sometimes, even as a parody.


In the new delivery of ‘Everything is a lie in film and television’ review, some of the most notorious cases of films that have continued or replicated to tv series previews. From bombings that have made the new generations forget the referents of the original movies whose success has made a second life to the series that inspired them.

‘Mission: Impossible’, ‘grab it as you can’, ‘The avengers’… a selection of films which do not hide their origins cathode and that we reviewed to demonstrate that there are communicating vessels between the media that it is unlikely to go away. 

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The best adaptations of the tv at the cinema: when cathode rays are soaked celluloid
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September 21, 2019

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