Firestarter Review: A Stephen King Adaptation That Changes A Lot, But Keeps What's Important

Remakes can be amusing. Many cinephiles despise the word because it

conjures up images of executives simply remaking a previously released film

with a shiny new coat of paint in the hopes of cashing in on a well-known title.

It gives rise to new arguments for the demonstrably false belief that

"Hollywood no longer makes original films."

However, this is a misconception.

Obviously, there are many bad, pointless, and creatively bankrupt remakes –

but there are also those that can turn an original take into an asset rather than a liability.

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