Discussion in 'Prequel Trilogy' started by cubman987
, Jun 4, 2020.
Spoiler: Many Bad Words (Might get deleted, idk)
The Evil Dead remake was good. I respect your opinion about it being better VJ but you're insane and probably should be in a straightjacket. As for Quake I am amazed how well it holds up, it is one intense shooter.
A Nightmare on Elm Street?
but every town...has an Elm street
(it's true too)
No running in the hallways. (wonder how many times I have said that) maybe 46
@s_heffley I LOLed at nice glove, bub.
where's your pass?
sound of goat bleeting
The Karate Kid remake
I bring that up every time we have this discussion and I will not back down
although it’s been a while since I’ve watched it
and I’ve never seen the original
I am a big fan of the original KK but thought the remake was just as good. @Ingram_I s head explodes.
Tina's mom: you gotta cut your finger nails or stop that kinda dreaming...it's one or the other
me: ......not even gonna try to make sense of this line
I've been trying to think of remakes but all I can think of is Spider-Man
One day you must watch it
they remade Kathleen Kennedy?
I think the same of you for liking the original, how about that!
Jk of course; agree to disagree. Trying to think of other stuff...imo the Hannibal Lector verse is a good example of varied folks taking a stab at that material. Not all of the works are as well done as others, but most of it is different enough & brings new aspects of the story to the table.
The Nightmare on Elm Street remake was good, although I'm clearly in the minority on that one.
Well this new title is gonna give me anxiety
Mad Max: Fury Road was a real good reboot on the other hand.
Oh you finally showed up
This guy is wise. They should make him a mod.
[insert something about mad max and australia]
Agree! I like both, they have different tones which I like, makes me appreciate each on their own.
Didn't quite finish editing my finale tonight, but only 3 sections left to wrap up tomorrow. I dunno, it works in general, but there's a slight spark missing. Not sure how to refine it as of yet, but at least it's a solid enough climax, something to build on.
Also, I'm trying to think of any reboot I've seen that I like. I guess I prefer Spider-Man in the MCU to how it was before... that's it for movies.
As for tv, I guess TMNT 2003 is a reboot, the second show of that franchise (and my favourite). It's more of a direct adaption of the comics though, while the 1980's show sort of did its own thing, so 2003 wasn't really a straight 'remake'.
That's why I don't like the live action Disney ones, they don't do nearly enough new with the concepts
I really liked the remake
was surprised at how panned it was.
That's great, it starts with an earthquake, birds and snakes and aeroplanes...
That's all I know, anyone else wanna fill in the rest?
I remember back in the day my brother got a PSP and it came with The Karate Kid and at first I thought it was like a game based on the movie but nope it was just an actual disc that you could plop in and play the actual movie (the remake)
Then when I bought the PSP from him cause he had a ton of music stored on there somehow (I didn’t have any other way to listen to music at that time and I wanted to listen to it in art class) I didn’t take the disc out and it kept starting up without me telling it to for some reason so I could just hear it loudly starting up through the headphones throughout the day (luckily it never happened when it would have been embarrassing)