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- Fri, 12 Jul 2019 05:36:45 EST 79Ve8nqC No.408684
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Lion King 2019 seems like a pretty soulless remake of the 1993 version...
https://www.polygon.com/2019/4/10/18304867/the-lion-king-trailer-side-by-side-comparison
Boringer than the unedited footage of a nature documentary.
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Deanna Troi - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 13:46:51 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408690 Reply
Yeah, I knew from the jump that this movie was going to crash and burn by critic standards It's still going to make millions, though. It's literally a shot by shot remake. I'd be willing to watch it if I knew it had took the risk of having a personality of its own. No amount of A-list celebrities will do anything to save it from being good, and the original should have been left untouched.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7zAymon84Q
The guy in this review brings up a good point. A lot of things don't translate very well when you have a photorealistic movie like this. In the original movie, the characters showed emotion and facial expressions whenever they spoke. It's impossible to not make photorealistic animals look uncanny when they speak.

Example:
https://twitter.com/cartoonbrew/status/1149108647676522497

It looks so fucking lifeless, and I personally hate whenever filmmakers try to have animals move their jaws to speak.

/rant
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 20:35:36 EST RBdu29nx No.408693 Reply
I really don't care for Disney's "live action" remakes of their animated films since it's just a cash grab without having to develop new and original properties or at least repurpose a fairy tale. One time friend took me to go see Beauty and the Beast with her, which I wasn't that interested in but she loved the animated film. Ironically I ended up liking it although she ended up hating it. Given the reaction The Little Mermaid has gotten, I'd like to see what happens when they try to remake Pocahontas.

Mulan looks okay although they're eschewing the musical numbers and supposedly turning Mushu into a phoenix but of course it's just Disney pandering towards the Chinese market since they know China only allows a certain number of foreign films a year and most of their international box office would come from there.
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Daniel Dreiberg - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 08:42:59 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408703 Reply
>>408692

>A cut down garbage version of it performed by an excellent singer.

Honestly, I thought this version was interesting. I just don't understand why the song ended before it even began.
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Maggie Beckett - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 09:40:32 EST 0CBT7LWd No.408704 Reply
Am I the only one who hated Disney movies as a kid? They all seemed boring and gay.
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Marvin the Martian - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 13:11:58 EST kHYEezF8 No.408708 Reply
>>408704
I wouldn't go that far but I was sort of apathetic to a lot of them. Lion King stuck with me a lot, but maybe that's just because I really liked the sega game
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Gates McFadden - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 16:11:38 EST v4VROWkn No.408714 Reply
>>408704
Were you one of those psycho kids that tortured animals or something?
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Marvin the Martian - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 16:24:52 EST kHYEezF8 No.408715 Reply
>>408714
Must have been all the inane songs that drove him to it
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Shrabster - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 16:56:11 EST kkTD7daI No.408716 Reply
>>408714
I love animals and I never really liked Disney movies as a kid either because I hate musicals. All of their shit from when I was a kid had a song every couple of minutes.
>>408715
This guy gets it.
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Gates McFadden - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 16:59:24 EST v4VROWkn No.408717 Reply
>>408716
Not sure why people singing would set you off like that as a kid. Did your dad molest you while yelling at you to stop acting like such a faggot or something? Just seems really bizarre to not like Disney movies as a kid when, you know, you're a kid and not a jaded adult that would view children's musicals as being gay.
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Daniel Dreiberg - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 17:16:55 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408718 Reply
>>408717

If he didn't like the movies, he didn't like em. Let him be lol. You're being a bit of a douche.
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Shrabster - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 17:30:41 EST kkTD7daI No.408721 Reply
>>408717
Set you off? Where'd you get that from? I don't like steamed broccoli either, got a weird theory that tells us more about you than anything else for that one too?
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Kristen Cloke - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 17:35:45 EST Dio7FXw6 No.408723 Reply
>>408717
I wouldn't say it has anything to do musicals being gay. I was never big on them myself, even as a child, because I prefer "just a story" to "a story with songs."
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Gates McFadden - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 18:53:56 EST v4VROWkn No.408729 Reply
>>408721
It's embarrassing to try and get clout by claiming you didn't like something stupid as a kid. We all liked stupid shit when we were kids, because we were kids. Who are you trying to impress here? It's not like you're posting on /a/ conversing with pedophiles manchildren. You're in a thread of people talking about how fucking dumb this new CGI remake looks. You're in a safe space here, Shrabaster. Your dad isn't going to call you a pussy for saying you liked some Disney movies back before your balls dropped.
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Marvin the Martian - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 19:53:20 EST kHYEezF8 No.408734 Reply
>>408731
What you don't understand is that your chiseling away the foundation of his humanity, cartoons informed his whole life. Please stop tormenting him.
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Col. Wilma Deering - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 23:32:30 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408737 Reply
Anyway, how about Lion King?
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Inspector Gadget - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 01:14:56 EST ADUIPofj No.408741 Reply
>>408737
1994 cartoon version is better. Mostly facial emotions on animals and a brighter color pallet.
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John Sheridan - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:00:17 EST raDebc2T No.408745 Reply
>>408731
But Phil, how can strangers online know that you've always been cool unless you tell them that you didn't even like Disney movies when you were a child? You can't be a pussy, Phil!
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Ally Sheedy - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 04:14:22 EST kHYEezF8 No.408746 Reply
>>408745
Most of the movies when we grew up were about princesses or anthropomorphic furry stuff so yeah you were a pussy.
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Guinevere MacReady - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 05:09:52 EST v4VROWkn No.408748 Reply
>>408746
>Most of the movies when we grew up were about princesses or anthropomorphic furry stuff

wut
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Luke Skywalker - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 05:14:59 EST vpTpAiCq No.408749 Reply
>>408745
You think saying they don't like musicals is them trying to be cool? The fuck?
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Col. Wilma Deering - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 07:14:30 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408751 Reply
>>408741

Also, "Can You Feel the Love Tonight" was shot during the day in the movie.
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Beka Valentine - Sun, 14 Jul 2019 19:24:47 EST 9+WsdZ09 No.408764 Reply
im so fucking tired of disney remakes. they have all this money, power, and resources, and they REFUSE to continue making traditionally animated cartoon movies. You know, the things that made them what they are. Anyone can pump out CGI. Anyone can rehash old material. But NO ONE is doing traditional animation and it's kinda the only thing I want. It takes time, effort, resources, staff, everything Disney is more than capable of providing or procuring. There's a shitload of other cultures they can poach fairy tales and myths from. But they just fucking don't, and clearly refuse to with their current drive to just shit on all their old products.

>>408748
think he meant most of the disney movies, but still
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Rick Grimes - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 03:32:03 EST dS6FZwT+ No.408788 Reply
>>408764
Well, they had closed all their 2D animation studios about 10 years ago and many people had lost their jobs.
The majority of old Disney animators are now teaching 2D animation on thier youtube channels.
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Thick McRunfast - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 07:29:28 EST fBh7Tid8 No.408790 Reply
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>>408764

>they have all this money, power, and resources, and they REFUSE to continue making traditionally animated cartoon movies.

CGI animated movies are less time/cost efficient than 2D animated films to produce, and they make more money in the box office.

https://youtu.be/HoSThfmOyHA

Take a movie like Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse for instance: It literally took that movie four years to make. If you have any idea how fucking hard animators work, you'll know right away that this movie has blood, sweat and tears written all over it.

https://twitter.com/twilightsthorn/status/1150647768341458945
https://twitter.com/cartoonbrew/status/1149108647676522497

The Lion King remake looks like utter shit with none of the heart that the original had, but normies will eat this shit up anyway. It doesn't matter to Disney whether the movies they put out are good or not.
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Frankenstein's Monster - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 15:55:21 EST LXOnI3y7 No.408803 Reply
Why are big companies so scared of making classic cartoons? Everything has to be 3D animated and most humans in those movie look really creepy in an uncanny way. You'd expect to be able to create good stuff in flash without having to hire a North Korean drawing company.
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Davros - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 16:35:18 EST n+iDhdY4 No.408804 Reply
>>408803
With cgi they can turn out endless pointless sequels made to market new characters for merchandise by just reusing assets saved from the last movie and you can release it in theaters. With hand drawn animation you have to hire a cut-rate team of korean animators, cut cell counts for every scene down to Hannah-Barbera level and send it direct to video.
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Draco Malfoy - Tue, 16 Jul 2019 23:30:16 EST Hkws8XVE No.408808 Reply
>>408803
I was watching Akira last night and had the same thought. Yeah, traditional hand drawn cell animation requires a lot of resources. But Hollywood is nothing but money! All I want is a traditionally animated feature film :(
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Tinkerbell - Wed, 17 Jul 2019 02:06:21 EST eJE0Q4nR No.408809 Reply
Anything to make a buck off of a name - (2019)
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Benedict Cumberbatch - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 02:50:16 EST eJE0Q4nR No.408827 Reply
>>408822

Starring Young Man that paid his college tuition and actor's guild fees
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Kyle Broflovksi - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 07:37:50 EST 46i9cwiE No.408829 Reply
>>408790
spiderverse was fucking fantastic. Those comparison vids on the twitter links are eye opening. yikes.
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Kristine Kochanski - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 12:44:46 EST BCQm392s No.408831 Reply
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i was debating seeing this because i am a Leo without a father so the trailer made me tear up and cry a little but this thread makes me think i would be getting duped like the normies. I agree with everything yall said in this thread because corporate juggernaut disney blows and their blatant disregard for creativity by strictly making remakes and worse versions as that, is just disrespectful to the entire industry at this point. Im gonna post a copy pasta that made me really understand it.


>2009: Disney buys Marvel
>2012: Disney buys Lucasfilms
>2017: Disney buys 21st Century Fox
>2019: Disney buys Fox
>2022: Disney buys Paramount Pictures
>2022: Disney buys Universal Studios
>2027: Disney attempts to buy Warner Bros, Warner Bros tells them to fuck off
>2028: Disney, being highly pissed off, acquires their own private military
>2029: Disney storms headquarters of Warner Bros, killing many, and taking the company by force
>2032: Disney buys nukes from black market terrorists
>2034: Disney buys Microsoft
>2036: Disney declares war against the entertainment industry
>2037: Skirmishes between private militaries occur in Hollywood and other places around the country
>2038: Disney nukes Hollywood
>2044: Disney buys the United States of America
>2045: Disney reorganizes the American government into a totalitarian dictatorship, deemed "The People's Republic of Disney"
>2047: People's Republic of Disney moves to annex Mexico and Canada with the military might of Mickey Mouse
>2051: PRD buys celestial bodies such as the moon and Mars
>2056: PRD colonizes Mars
>2059: PRD colonizes rest of the solar system
>2064: PRD starts construction of Dyson Sphere in the Sol System
>2075: PRD scientists discover a form of FTL space travel
>2078: First PRD voyage to Alpha Centauri system is successfully completed
>2079: PRD successfully establishes a one world government
>2080: PRD sends millions of military warships out throughout the galaxy, conquering extraterrestrial life on every planet and solar system
>2092: Dyson Sphere in Sol System is complete
>2100: PRD reaches type 3 civilization status, creating a Galactic Dictatorship under the people of Disney
>2104: Marvel and X-Men fans are still excited about new movies
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Charlie Kaufman - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 15:58:24 EST poBJQDzI No.408832 Reply
>>408831
Disney can’t control most of the market though or else the U.S. government will step in to dismantle them. Isn’t that the reason why Microsoft was in trouble when it looked like Apple was losing that lawsuit?
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Saruman - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 16:15:37 EST m/cHbnEJ No.408833 Reply
>>408832
That's the theory. And microsoft seems to be making another classic "Eat everything" comeback. Mark my words.
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Teal'c - Thu, 18 Jul 2019 18:24:42 EST 7+bpavB7 No.408835 Reply
>>408832
Disney already controls close to 40% of the film market and there's been absolutely zero moves made to even slow them down
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Galadriel - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 00:46:28 EST TqmZ6lSm No.408839 Reply
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>>408832
>the current administration
>intervene to do what's just
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Katy Manning - Fri, 19 Jul 2019 00:59:22 EST M7LZ0wy6 No.408840 Reply
I'm just going to say if that black person of fish junk isn't free trade I'm not watching this movie
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Chase Masterson - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 11:36:11 EST M7LZ0wy6 No.408937 Reply
>>408931
Well it's the first one that makes sense to do live action at least. It would be cool if Eddie Murphy returned but they will probably replace him with Kevin Hart.
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Kyle Gass - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 16:02:10 EST 5rCIK8P4 No.408942 Reply
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>>408684
After looking again at some previews of this, I think one of the biggest reasons why everyoen says it looks lifeless is the colors look like they went in the direction of like every PS3 generation shooter. I'm not saying they should've gone technicolor dreamjacket but realistic doesn't always equate to drab colors.
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Scatterbrain Jane - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 19:47:08 EST VczCbtil No.408944 Reply
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>>408684
Just utter shit.

Animals faces do not show emotion.

This was like watching homeward bound.
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Jason Voorhees - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 20:16:59 EST M7LZ0wy6 No.408946 Reply
>>408944
Milo & Otis is GOAT even with all the dead cats, White God is also a good children's film.
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Theora Jones - Tue, 23 Jul 2019 20:50:56 EST RUf2lQUR No.408947 Reply
>>408946
Fuck Milo & Otis, and fuck that piece of shit Masanori Hata.
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Tabitha St. Germain - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 10:18:24 EST 0ykqvyYF No.409000 Reply
>>408944
>Animals faces do not show emotion.
You mean those animals face's show no emotion. My dogs all have very expressive faces.
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Lucy Lawless - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 14:30:39 EST oa2mmJAW No.409006 Reply
>>409004
honestly it's the fault of the casting director they never hire animals that have gone to real acting schools
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Rigby - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 21:46:12 EST 1KcJaJcq No.409016 Reply
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does the remake have the sex dust?
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Dr. Miles Bennell - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 07:50:54 EST fBh7Tid8 No.409032 Reply
>>408937

>It would be cool if Eddie Murphy returned but they will probably replace him with Kevin Hart.

Mulan (2020) is going to be based on the more badass original source material, not the cheesy Americanized version. So, there won't be a talking reptile that has a black man's voice. So far it's the only remake I'm actually cool with. The source material will allow it to be something different and not a carbon copy of something we've already seen.
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Cersei Baratheon - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 07:58:12 EST zNWYaT9u No.409033 Reply
>>409032

keep telling yourself that bro. just like we kept telling ourselves lies about all the remakes one by one
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Dr. Miles Bennell - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 09:10:46 EST fBh7Tid8 No.409035 Reply
>>409033

>The source material will allow it to be something different and not a carbon copy of something we've already seen.

>lol keep telling urself that bro xD

Okay.
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Saruman - Sat, 27 Jul 2019 11:03:38 EST M7LZ0wy6 No.409038 Reply
>>409032
No jive talking dragon? That sounds boring as shit. They must really want to appeal to the chinese market.
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Leela - Sun, 28 Jul 2019 18:41:17 EST czenFRXn No.409076 Reply
I'm glad I'm not into movies and never have been. The whole industry seems a shit. Everything is either some shitty remake of a mediocre 80's movie, a turbonerd comic book turned into a predictable action movie for normies, or some some avant-garde steaming turd disguised as "2deep4u."

Also, Disney has always fucking sucked and only girls and the sissy boys watched that shit coming up. It is no wonder their movies are fucking god awful. I have always said and always will:

>Disney: Future flaming homos who will sit to piss and whiny feminazis.
>Nickelodeon: Boys.
>Cartoon Network: Men.
>Boomerang: Rich kids.
>PBS Kids: Fuckin broke niggas like I was.
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Joy Peters - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 10:05:59 EST /PG9zOTB No.409113 Reply
>>409076

If you didn't enjoy the original lion king, or jungle book, or at least a few other good old Disney movies you can't really appreciate movies. You have to understand the history.

I agree though that all movies now are shit and not worth watching. I only go to the old theatre in my city to watch classic movies (just saw tombstone, was awesome).

Remakes and cash grabs from old IPs are the whole scene now. None of them are good. The better ones are just not as bad.
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Polly - Tue, 30 Jul 2019 23:37:03 EST pu3U9BlY No.409133 Reply
>>409113
I think that poster is pretty young based on his post. Boomerang is pretty new.
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Tyrion Lannister - Wed, 31 Jul 2019 04:15:36 EST czenFRXn No.409136 Reply
>>409133
Boomerang launched in 1992 fam. I remember it being a thing in the mid 90's or so because these rich black kids I knew watched it all the time and it had a lot of old cartoons on it but it was on the cable channels or whatever. All we had were the typical antenna VHF-UHF channels.

If you were a kid in the mid 90's that means you're around 30 now. I remember the lion kind coming out vaguely as a kid but never watched it until years later on vhs tape from the library.
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oh no i pooped my pants - Sun, 04 Aug 2019 22:58:18 EST FRIBDkvO No.409203 Reply
i wanna fuck simba
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oh no i pooped my pants - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 22:05:44 EST kXA71/i1 No.409211 Reply
>>409208
i'll make higher quality posts if you buy me a videogame
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Skwisgaar Skwigelf - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 00:35:37 EST dY2mozkC No.409214 Reply
>>408803
TV animation seems to actually doing that. Shows like Rick and Morty have their animation done in western nations like Canada
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John Locke - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 06:21:54 EST bffxl4fD No.409321 Reply
>>409319
not surprised. they're just printing money with these remakes
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Ellen Barkin - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 07:40:59 EST gVFiet/2 No.409323 Reply
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These live action/cg remakes of Disney classics just look horrible to me. I don't know why they are making money.
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Vince Masuka - Mon, 12 Aug 2019 07:45:59 EST gICWYWMq No.409324 Reply
>>409323
Because people have been trained to respond to brands and reject new things out of laziness. Attention spans are low, so something familiar and predictable is accessible. Something that makes people think or feel they're experiencing something new takes effort and feels risky, and people are cowards.

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