Friday, 6 February 2015

Why the order allow movie remakes

There is no question that we have been seeing a huge increase in the number of movie remakes that are being made lately. There is actually a very good reason for this. The problem is that human creativity is hitting a peak in many ways and there is a huge lack of original material being made lately. The biggest problem with this is that it slows down the production of entertainment for the masses and this can always be a problem.

The main focus of the order is to make sure that the production of entertainment for the masses is always huge. This current trend is going to make it possible for people all over the world to continue to work and live their monotonous lives day by day without thinking about any kind of rebellion or revolution. Movie remakes will continue to exist as long as human creativity continues to be at a stand still.

16 comments:

  1. It's surprising how many people live the "pull the shades up, pull the shades down" kind of life.

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  2. But you're remaking Poltergeist! Why????

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    1. To scare the shit out of you. And that's before you even get to see the movie.

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  3. Human creativity is at an all time low

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  4. can you please make them stop...
    they are ruining my childhood...ha

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  5. Can we blame you'll for Nicolas Cage's wicker man

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  6. Let's hope it can goad those who have talents to compete!

    Hank

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  7. Remakes.... reboots.... I hate them more than my hump-happy neighbor.

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  8. Aww the remakes:)
    We have had a lot of remakes

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  9. Now there are remakes of remakes. I forget sometimes which was the original. ;)

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    1. Sometimes I look in the mirror and I feel the urge to reboot myself.

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  10. Seems like everything is a remake these days...

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  11. So that's the reason! Mind dulling video games and remakes definitely keeps the brain at bay. (reference Pat Hatt

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