Sylvester Stallone, attacks the fashion of remakes and tackles this Steven Spielberg film

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Renowned actor known for his roles as Rocky Balboa or John Rambo, Sylvester Stallone recently spoke out about the remakes, and has tackled; one of the last works of Steven Spielberg.

Sylvester Stallone, takes it out on; the fashion for remakes and tackles this Steven Spielberg film

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At 76, Sylvester Stallone remains a big name in Hollywood cinema. Currently promoting the Paramount+ series Tulsa King, in which he stars as Dwight “The General” Manfredi, he recently granted a long interview at; our colleagues from The Hollywood Reporter. He was then asked the question of the film he finds the most underrated; his career. Surprisingly, this is a remake.

Believe it or not, I think Get Carter was really underrated. It was a big disappointment. I learned how to the hard way than with remakes, even if you do better than the original, there is immense nostalgia attached to it. [this one]. Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone, go after remake fashion and tackle this Steven Spielberg movie

Get Carter is the story of Jack Carter, a gangster who collects unpaid debts and decides to embark on a vehicule. ritable vendetta following a the suspicious death of his brother.This is the remake of the film The Law of the Middle (1971), itself drawn from a novel by author Ted Lewis. It would seem, however, that this is one of the few remakes that finds thanks to his eyes.

West Side Story: An error in Steven Spielberg's filmography?

If he regrets the lack of success by Get Carter, Sylvester Stallone is not kind to the concept of the remake itself.He indeed finds that these are very often useless, both incapable of surpassing the works they reproduce and unsuited to a modern audience. For this, he takes the example of West Side Story Spielberg version, musical comedy released in 2021, 64 years after the original work, ;ià suitable for the screen in 1961.

A lot of times [remakes] aren't done as well. Like the last West Side Story. Why would you waste such a thing?Not just because of the qualities of the original, but because people's tastes are changing.Musicals don't work anymore. Kids can't relate by this kind of music. So who is your audience? This is crazy. Sylvester Stallone

Sylvester Stallone, attacks the fashion for remakes and tackles this Steven Spielberg film

After the comments made by Stallone, we are curious to hear your opinion. annoyed for their lack of risk taking, that of West Side Story had generally received very good reviews and had even won; numerous awards, such as “Best Musical or Comedy Film” at the Golden Globes.