Poll: Civilization: The Movie
There are some curious incidents which can occur in the "Civilzation" game series. Which of them is the best basis for a movie premise? Discuss here
Poll by: Son_of_albstein
Created Feb 27 2019
Mel Brooks and Cleo Rocos in History of the World: Part I (1981)
In a feat of great foresight, King Louis XVI. instigates and oversees the French Revolution. Afterwards, the impressed people elect him prime minister.
An alternative reality in which the Roman empire lasts to this day.
Dolph Lundgren and Sylvester Stallone in Rocky IV (1985)
Tensions rise as the communist United States are unhappy with Russia's decision to adopt capitalism.
Wes Studi in Geronimo: An American Legend (1993)
Well into the 20th century, Washington, D.C. is forced to disband its military units due to financial straits. A small company of Native American warriors seizes the opportunity and captures the defenseless capital.
Roland Emmerich in Anonymous (2011)
William Shakespeare is born in Los Angeles, where his creative pursuits shape the rise of Hollywood.
Tadanobu Asano in Mongol: The Rise of Genghis Khan (2007)
After many bloody battles, Genghis Khan has greatly expanded his empire. He ends his military conquests and decides to promote culture, science, and trade.
Kenneth Branagh in The Road to El Dorado (2000)
When Spaniards "discover" the American continent, they find a single super empire that builds railroads and tanks and has advanced medicine (which protects its population from the intruders' diseases).
Don't Breathe (2016)
Detroit is already deserted by people in parts, but global warming makes it part of a literal tropical desert. (expect a post-apocalyptic/western scenario)
Woody Allen in Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972)
As riots spring up in Moscow, Joseph Stalin assigns randomly chosen workers the thankless task to entertain the populace.
Ben Kingsley in Gandhi (1982)
Seemingly overnight, Gandhi discovers his aggressive side, builds nuclear weapons and declares war on several nations.
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