Remakes have always existed, like sequels, prequels you and other productions that have emerged as a result of an already pre-conceived idea; However, is a fact since a few years, occupying virtually the whole of the Billboard. Personally I have nothing against remakes, always and when they offer something new with respect to its predecessor (no I mean Visual effects); see for example Halloween: origin (Rob Zombie), the endless saga film, which finally shows us comprehensively and more or less detailed childhood and evolution of Michael Myers. We now come to the other end; in 2008 arises a Swedish film of vampires, even to this day, in mouth of all Yes, of course I speak of let me enter. The tape became with favor public criticism and the specialised press. Because in spite of all this, two years after its premiere, its American remake is about to reach the rooms. Is it really necessary to shoot the same movie again? If both liked the original, why not have spent money on promoting it, display it, and distribute those dollars? Also begins the reboots fashion (starting again the saga) with Spider-man in the front row, among other Oh my God finally discover how acquired good Peter Parker his powers! again the question, is that when we go to the cinema these days, almost always we know the end of the film, its turning points, if the boy stays with the total girl, as years earlier we will have seen the same story only that under different firm pardon!, forgot is that now we can see it with more special effects Miss fewer original ideas, stories of which we know nothing and make us cling to the armchair before the uncertainty of where the plot will result. There are few occasions where we through Billboard and we wonder what will be this or that film. Danny Meyer has similar goals.
Now, with the 3D fever, is expected to the remakes and sequels no sense will increase, readapting (and destroying) classic, relatively recent titles and also some minted just a couple of years. UPSm8R2%2f6Um%2f1It7oQ%3d%3d’>Kevin Ulrich. Anyway, that to close these lines, no me queda but thank the producers that have given me the opportunity to see again the same first part of Freddy Krueger, amaze me with the undoubtedly necessary Psycho Gus Van Sant and allowing me to enjoy the original pace than Friday the 13th innovative? (2009). So, to all of you, with all my heart thank you… Jhonny G.