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« Reply #30 on: October 06, 2009, 04:37:40 PM »

Also, is it just me, or is more enraging when they remake a fairly recent franchise (the 80's ain't that long ago, man, and the effect is only exacerbated by how long the the series lasted, as I said right up to Freddy Vs. Jason which is a VERY moden movie) than an older movie? I also don't understand the "let's remake a franchise that EVERYONE IS FAMILIAR WITH, and not just a little familiar... intimitately familiar" thing. After a certain point, these characters become iconic. It'd be like if someone proposed making Ronald McDonald more "hip" and "edgy" by making him a Jacka**-style stunt/prank junkie instead of a kid-friendly clown. As much as Circus might relish that, people all over the world was loose their dang minds.

Hey! That makes me mad too!!  I thought I was just getting old!  I've been hoodwinked! 

Speaking of Ronald McDonald though - he visited my McDonald's last month and he was pretty scary.
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