Should've gone before we left.
- Apr 4, 2020
It's 80's franchises in particular, because the 80's were very uncompromising. Even when it came to kids films. You bring anything from the 80's to this time and it's going to be watered down by the gallons.Alek_the_Great said:Fucking this. I don't think I can recall a single reboot of a decades old franchise that has ever been as good or better than the original and even if I could I'd probably end up counting them with a single hand. All a reboot does is attempt to resurrect a cash cow and take advantage of fans and their nostalgia while at the same time trying to "update" them and make them more "modern" to the point it loses the spirit of the original.
Can you imagine them remaking The Neverending Story for audiences today? *shudder*