TV shows made into movies: Hits and misses
(CBS News) Moe, Larry and Curly are back in the new Farrelly Brothers' movie, "The Three Stooges." The trio has been getting laughs on the small screen with re-runs of their old shorts for the past 60 years.
Many other TV classics have hit - and missed - in the leap to the silver screen.
On "CBS This Morning: Saturday," Dana Stevens, film critic for Slate.com, and Alison Bailes, film critic for More magazine, discussed conversions that worked and those that didn't, from the Christopher Nolan "Batman" franchise to the "Sex and the City" movies.
Check out their discussion in the video player above.
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