Anonymous 2021-03-26 (Fri) 02:07:46 No. 14810
Is me kissing you on the fucking lips progress?
Anonymous 2021-03-29 (Mon) 12:17:48 No. 14869
Films are products and investments, remakes are safe investments because they are re-releasing a successful product which is already familiar to people.
Anonymous 2021-03-29 (Mon) 13:46:44 No. 14870
Money. They are doing it for money.
Anonymous 2021-03-29 (Mon) 19:35:30 No. 14872
Live action is usually much cheaper than animation
Anonymous 2021-05-28 (Fri) 23:23:45 No. 16022
> the thing is, also… every discussion about Whether The MCU Is Garbage or Is Disney Irredeemably Evil or Has Star Wars Gone On Too Long or Why Does It Feel Like There’s Been Just Three Shows On American TV For The Past 3 Decades inevitably ends up at “hey but don’t shame people for wanting to have fun and escape the continuous nightmare of late capitalism for 2 hours a night” and like. fair. being effortlessly entertained is a valid desire that deserves to be fulfilled. but the thing is. and I really don’t wanna be That Guy but. if you’re coming back home from your soul-crushing corporate job into your alienated nuclear household, tired from a busy day of doing some bullshit to make a living, and you feel dead inside, and your idea of escape is to tune into the next installment of something that’s not really cinema as much as like, a long serialized commercial for the fast fashion items with the popular character of the month, then I’m sorry bro but you’re not really going anywhere. you’re not escaping, you’re sinking deeper in. and look. it’s your god given right to watch schlocky TV and then go read fanfic about it. but if you’re wondering why all this dazzling entertainment still leaves you feeling so empty you just wanna scream and scream and scream, then you might actually have an acute case of going too long without consuming any media that has an intent beyond draining your money and time and a formula beyond regurgitating what sold best last year