Okay I have done a post like this before, but nothing says beating a dead horse like this topic itself. This is Cinematic Drought Part 2/reboot/let’s do this again!!
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Okay! This time I’m including REBOOTS because to me that is a BS work around of a remake. “oh we’re just CONTINUING the story we’re not remaking it”……… BULL! Other than that, SAME PERIMETERS AS THE LAST POST!! I take the top 20 grossing films in the US of the year (this one being 2015, so far) and remove the films that (in my opinion) have been deemed originally made.
Anyone who has done a production of any sort knows that money is a difficult thing to get if you don’t have it, even with all the crowd funding sites, it’s still a pain in the ass.
Guest Writer: Kaylania Chapman How many of you out there who watch movies and shows, notice the little things that aggravate you? Want to know mine? Well…here they are. 1. You never see people go to the bathroom. 2. You hardly see people eat breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 3. You
It has already been discussed how Hollywood likes to recycle themes, plots and characters. It seems like that if one person creates a project that people really enjoy, then Hollywood believes we want to keep seeing that for a decade. There are a number of examples of this, but I will focus on the three that annoy me the most.
There is more than one drought happening in California! We all know they have been running low onwater for the past few years even with the rain trying to make up for lack of in one week (our hearts go out to those that were negatively affected by the flooding);