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  1. John Drew

    Odd Thomas (2013)

    Has anybody read this Dean R. Koontz series? I enjoyed the first book quite a bit, but have never followed up on the others (I think there are a total of five now). The casting works for me, especially Anton Yelchin as the title character. He seems to have the prescribed quirkiness of Odd already built in. My only concern... Stephen (I Can't Help but Throw in the Kitchen Sink) Sommers is directing. But, he is directing on a $27 million budget, nearly 1/7th the budget he had for his last film (GI Joe: The Rise of COBRA), perhaps that will rein in his tendencies to over do things. He hasn't had a budget that small since 1994's The Jungle Book.
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