Template talk:Philip K. Dick adaptations

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Megaville and Soldier[edit]

These movies do not belong here, and I'll keep deleting them whenever they're added. There may be similarities between Megaville and Dick's A Scanner Darkly, but that doesn't make it an adaptation. You wouldn't add The Truman Show to the list of Philip K. Dick adaptations because it has some similarities with Dick's Time Out of Joint, and you wouldn't add Vanilla Sky because it has some similarities with Ubik. As for Soldier, having one or two vague references to another movie based on something Dick wrote does not make it a Dick adaptation. Sonam8311 (talk) 00:09, 27 July 2008 (UTC)