Yeah, funny thing is none of the hate is coming from me. Oh, and that saying, "Haters gonna hate!", it's an outmoded term that's nothing more than ghetto slang. It makes those who say it sound and look quite low-rent and uneducated. I'm not implying that you are but it's widely considered that those who say it are ill-bred white trash - or if they're not white, well, they're just trash. Just saying. Posters gonna post.
Mordensen wrote:Correction, Mr. Assumption, I'm getting that impression from others on here. Besides, it's a known fact that anytime anyone dares speak their mind, call a spade a spade, and not b/s around are immediately called negative terms by those who they themselves cannot handle people thinking outside their little world. Well, welcome to reality where not everyone is going to agree with you. Face it: remakes are considered a tired joke the world over and you're just going to have to accept that.
I didn't say all of you; don't go putting words in my mouth, little boy. You, like those kids on the other site, have arrived at Assumption Lane and now you're out of gas. You're misinterpreting someone who is strong-minded, strong-willed, opinionated (and by the way that is not a negative thing despite what PhD serpents spew out), and outspoken as some hostile bloke. There's a saying: assumption is the mother of all f--- ups. Nicely done. Oh, and this will be the last time I'll have to read your drivel because you're now officially on my ignore list along with two others. Goodbye, boy.
Mordensen wrote:Didn't I just ask you not reply to me?
Mordensen wrote:Oh, well. Uh, anyway, as much as I like Chloe - she gives me hope that the future of movies isn't completely lost - I won't be seeing this remake simply because the original is fine as it is.
Mordensen wrote:and I don't feel What younger people fail to understand is that those of us who grew up with these movies, they hold a special place in our hearts and memories, and that is just part of many reasons why we stand firmly against remakes as a whole. All the excuses and reasons people throw at us count for naught because they simply miss the point of why we are against them in the first place.
Mordensen wrote:The way I and millions of others see it is it's too bad for this new generation that they were born when they were, and missed out on the era when movies were worth seeing by the dozens!
Mordensen wrote:We actually cared to see more than one or two because there were so many good movies being released, we saw them in the theatre, and now own them on DVD. That is our saving grace from redundancy in film making. The late 70s/80s were the times for movies, especially horror!
Mordensen wrote:These days it's very difficult to find many worth watching... and most that are come from other countries...some which Hollyweird later butchers. It's their endless appetite of greed and they know they can count on a brainwashed society to go flock and see these fiascos only to walk out disgusted and disappointed as I have witnessed and overheard countless times.
Mordensen wrote:You see, it's these young people mostly who don't see how it affects us who saw the originals, grew up with them, and having them remade is like a mad scientist placing us in temporary comas, and tainting our fond memories with scenes of torture and lucid dreaming in mediocrity. You understand? It's insulting to us...
Mordensen wrote:But hey, if you want worse, I just saw the trailer for "Rock of Ages." Now, talk about absurd! They're basically combining "Rock Star", "Glee", "High School Musical", and "Chicago" with Broadway renditions of the worst genre of rock to ever exist that has been thankfully long dead: glam rock...
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