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When Joe sneaks into Edwina Burke's (Evergreen Headmistress) home while she's talking to Marie, he pulls out a yearbook. He looks into the yearbook and the name says "Adrian Pryce". Then when the shot zooms in, it says "Adrian Doyle Pryce". When Joe and Marie return back to the motel, Marie takes a picture of the yearbook photo where it now returns back to just "Adrian Pryce". See more »
I swear, I don't know nothin'! I swear before God and eight motherfuckin' white people!
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As the title of my review states: Absolutely no reason for a remake I generously give two stars instead of none. ( if that was even possible) for the acting, and the few new ideas they added. But they had no excuse what so ever for remaking the Chan-wook Park masterpiece that is 2003's old boy This American idealism of remaking everything just to put the Hollywood stamp on it infuriates me, That said I would never recommend this movie to someone, and please go watch the original if you doubt me.
In conclusion i think there is nothing more one can do but vote down these insignificant attempts of fame I would go as far as to say shame on Hollywood, because there is: Absolutely no reason for a remake.
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