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Awful remake - another Asian gem destroyed by Hollywood
It seems like destroying Asian masterpieces is Hollywood's latest obsessions if they're not whitewashing roles or putting out racist stereotypes.
Here are some of the more Asian stories that they have destroyed: Avatar: The Last Airbender Battle Royale (with the atrocious ripoff, the hunger games) Dragon Ball Evolution
This film is no different. They changed the story and it blew up in their face. Whatever tension you felt in the brilliant Korean original, you will miss in this iteration. It's just cliché after cliché with boring acting.
It's a terrible film that even their racist casting can't fix.
Serves you right, racist Hollywood. All your garbage remakes will fail just like they always have.
Side note: it's funny how racists love calling Asians "copy cats" yet look at who is copying Asian stories. Just saying....
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