Neatorama writer Remy Carreiro had a point about reboots in media presentations in his recent post. If Hollywood needs writers who aren't constantly napping, I'd be happy to help. It seems as if, when a movie is released with an original, stimulating premise, plot and dialogue, I'm grateful to the point of bursting into tears over my $65.00 stale, I-can-believe-it's-not-butter popcorn.
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