How 8 Great Movies Would Be Even Better With A New Director
Cracked is as guilty as anyone about complaining that all modern movies are basically the same thing, rehashed over and over. It's a valid argument, but we never want you to think that we don't notice the incredible diversity and artistic vision that different directors bring to the table. It's one thing to talk about it. It's another thing entirely to show you what it would actually look like if you took a popular title and inserted another director ...
Clint Eastwood's Dirty Grandpa
Guillermo Del Toro's Jurassic World
J.J. Abrams' The Wasp
Judd Apatow's Jason Bourne
Tim Burton's The Revenant
Steven Spielberg's Snowden
Ridley Scott's Ghostbusters 3
Nick Cassavetes' Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice
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