Sometimes we see a trailer for a movie and see nothing but potential. Narratively speaking, we can see a lot from two minutes of footage to get us interested. Often, however, when we see the final product, we can’t help but feel underwhelmed. Sometimes there was too much story to tell to fit the run time, and therefore parts were left out. Perhaps the director had a grand vision for the perfect film, but the studio wanted something shorter. While seeing big-budget films in theaters is great, sometimes the stories are better suited in a smaller medium.
As great as these movies were, the miniseries format would have offered their stories more narrative breathing space.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed