The point is that younger people are more likely (well, in normal, non-pandemic times) to go out to the cinema to watch a film that is new and maybe stars actors they like and are familiar with than watch something that was made 20 years before they were born. Also, the studios make much less money just hoping a new audience will suddenly all start watching an old film on Netflix or whatever.Why would a repackaged version of stand by me being anything new to any audience that couldn’t be accessed by watching the original? Just lazy and pointless.
Live action Lion King? You think they trained real lions to sing??Predator, not the one the one with Foreman from that 70s show (though that was also shite), but the one even newer than that.
Robin Hood with Russel Crowe
Those weird arse live action Disney Remakes. The Lion King with realistic looking lions, what kind of mentally deficient lunatic thought that was a good idea. What's next, a prolonged shot of an aquarium as a live action Finding Nemo remake?
Dude, you can almost skank to All I Want For Christmas Is You."Wuccoto yu lie" is not really a classic though is it?
As to the question, I am going to throw this bomb out there: Any Christmas song by Mariah Carey.
I watched this , it wasn't badA thread for horrific remakes/reboots/readaptations of classic movies, tv shows, music, games etc.
This is the most disturbing trailer I've ever seen.