Zeddemore was just a guy who responded to a help wanted ad, but while he wasn't a scientist, he also wasn't some "streetwise 'hood" stereotype like
they've made this reboot counterpart. Zeddemore as the everyman guy who just happened to also be black; he was simply the blue collar one.
Nope, this was already posted earlier in the week, but I'll say it again ... I couldn't stomach one watching of this thing.
The women of Saturday Night Live take over from the boys of SNL. Lorne Michaels seems to have a stranglehold on a fair portion of the comedy movie
industry. And it seems he has had no new ideas for the last ten years or so. Where his work used to be edgy and cutting edge comedy it is now
hackneyed and totally predictable. Take an old concept, fill it with familiar faces and attitudes and that is all he thinks it needs. No art here,
just looking for a buck.
Wow, it just got worse and worse as it went; didn't it? I suppose Harold Ramis has spun himself to the core of the Earth by now. I didn't expect it
to stand up to the original or even the sequel but I thought it would be funny. I hope they still make a second Bridesmaids after this dumpster fire.
When I heard the new team consisted of women, I was totally excited. I was thinking of what cool plots it could have... were they going to be the
original team's daughters? Students? Enthusiasts who get swept up in the saga by some unexpected circumstance? You know, a SEQUEL. And any of
those decisions would make an awesome movie.
But a reboot? Gah! Why?! It is such a waste... total missed opportunity for a fun and original plot, continuing the series. Really let down by
But... still going to watch it. Because Kristen Wiig.
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