For no reason at all, I started thinking about musicals, and some amazing flicks I'd like to see turned into jolly song-filled romps. Hell, they put Spiderman on Broadway, so why can't I dream?
When we get to John Anderson inside the Matrix, it's all techo; bleep bloop beepity bop, that sorta thing. John sings his laments in a number called "Down the Rabbit Hole."
When we meet Morpheous he sings a jazzy number called, "You're the One."
And so on and so forth like that...
Dawn of the Dead
As time progresses, the zombies in the street do a giant group dance and sing "Decomposing," a happy fun tune in the style of doo-wop. The choreography and harmonies obviously deteriorate with time. There is a sub-plot about a zombie romance that culminates with the haunting love song "baaaahhhhhhaauuughhh..."
Lord Of The Rings
This 12 hour musical will make you laugh, make you cry, you might nap a little, and you'll also get out of your chair and boogie!
The stage is set with a lovely duet between Frodo and Sam called "Secret Love," followed by a hilarious up-tempo number by Gandalf entitled "I Smokes My Herb" and a group number performed by the hobbits called "Furry Feet, Big Hearts."
Act two gets dark, and we are given a huge powerful orchestral number by Frodo - "My Posse And Me", followed by an Orc ballet right before intermission. After the break, we get some soul with "I'm a Tree Man," and of course Boromir's defiant rendition of "Walking Into Mordor."