Disney’s remakes aren’t good because they don’t need to be

Credit: The Verge- Published on September 22, 2020
Blockbuster movies don’t get much stranger than the Disney live-action remake. Beginning in earnest with 2015’s Cinderella (2014 if you count Maleficent, which I do not), there’s been at least one new film every year, culminating in 2019 with a staggering four live-action remakes of animated classics. Just about every...
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