In the spirt of the holiday that's quickly approaching, TheMoviePool takes a look at the things they are most thankful for this past year in the film industry.
That is a kind of a mean list. At least it says Robert Zemeckis passed on doing a Wizard of Oz remake.
Yeah I didn't exactly agree with the M. Night one. Even with all of the crap, I still want to have faith in him. It's hard for me, because his early films were a big reason I went to film school...it's not easy to admit what he's doing wrong.
Then I wonder if he will train himself to change. As soon as his movies fail to earn much then his chances to direct will vanish.
I know right! M Night movies would always engross me when they first came out. Now, I don't know why his movies stink so much. His ideas are pretty good, but he keeps executing them in the wrong way. I just hope he goes bac to making the great thrillers that he used to make compared to movies he's making now.
I'm thankful for The Last Airbender. Seriously. Now, M. Night has been exposed for what he is. Plot twist: he's a hack! I'm thankful the Justin Bieber movie doesn't open until next year. We can still stop it. We can still save humanity. I'm thankful for Predators. Finally, a Predator movie that's a worthy follow-up to the original. I'm thankful no one in Hollywood put Paris Hilton in a movie this year. Not even a cameo. Her only work? Voicing an animated character for a TV movie. The character? A dog. I'm thank-full for all of this stuff as well, Plus the (Scott Pilgrim) movie, it rocked as well.
That's a lot be thankful for.
I laughed so hard at the Paris Hilton one. Nice list, I agree with all of them. But, I don't think M Night is a total hack. Okay, he's like 99% a hack, but I still have a 1% hope that he gets pushed in the right direction and starts making classics like The Sixth Sense.
I myself don't want to dislike, M.Nigh, but his constant flops of epic proportion just doesn't seem to stop.
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