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Spike Lee should go back to making Race-Oriented Movies
Just awful, plain awful... Hollywood's new abomination and a smear to Korean cinema. When the announcement first came out, I was infuriated. An American remake of yet another great Asian movie? C'mon... I built the courage to see it because my friends have never seen the original version, and their reaction, "ok... we're watching the Korean version, this sucks"
I can watch the Korean version over and over again, but THIS... hell naw
I voted one star instead of 0 because, I gotta give it to Josh Brolin for his solid acting, but I want to shoot the guy who wrote the dialogs.. it seemed pretty campy for this type of plot.
Having said all of that, Spike Lee should go back to making Race-Oriented Movies
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