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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by Shizzle, Mar 10, 2019.
Just watched previews for a remake of Pet Cemetary & HellBoy.
A Star is Born is on its 5 remake.
That has been going on for years,I gave up when they made McHales navy into a movie.I think the original A star is born was from the 40's I remember my dad griping about the strisand/krisstofferson [sp] version being a rip off in the 70's and saying there was no talent then !!!.I watch a lot of "ME" TV [memorable entertainment television] over the air here,all 50's 60's 70's show-lots of neat cars too! Later Steve!!
Yeah, I think every generation says the same thing. I heard it 45 years ago as kid.
When "Snakes On A Plane" came out, I knew it was over. Only movie lately that I truly enjoyed was the Snake & Mongoose movie.
Ghostbusters 3 will be coming out too.
I can understand remakes for different generations, but HellBoy isn’t even that old. The Ron Perlman ones are from the 2000’s. They did the same thing with Spider-Man & only thing that changed was a few years & Toby McGuire was gone.
All Hollywood is now, is regurgitation of what we have seen over and over again!!!!
I find most remakes to be disappointing, if the original was "great" odds are the remake wouldn't be.
They don't put anytime into character development or real story telling. The plot comes on fast and shallow with no legitimate build up. Get them in, get the money and move the next group through type stuff.
I feel a lot has to do with nepotism. Many of these 'new' so called actors/actresses are hanging on parents coattails. They grew up privileged and most don't have an original thought or have a clue about hard work to get ahead. Same goes for sports stars (OJ for example). They hobnob with unHolywood idiots and next thing, they are in movies. Anyone outside the 'circle' has a hard time selling an original script. I bet they have to be real persistent to get any of the second, third or fourth generation 'producers' to even read it. Just my opinion. Could be wrong.