It has seemed, these last few years, that remaking a classic movie has become a Hollywood tradition for those months when they have nothing better to release. I dunno if studios think that rushing out a product with a well liked name will cause a movie to be financially successful; at one time maybe, but surely not anymore. For every successful remake, there are dozens of hastily thrown out movies that have no idea what made the original successful, and instead are content to just throw out little nods to the previous movie and hope that it causes fans of the original to pay some money to remember the far superior classic.
The universe was speaking to me. The wind was blowing, the trees were swaying and I have no idea how, but I knew what they were saying. Dragonflies were sent to me, more than I've ever seen, they never seemed so beautiful. Butterflies dancing, in my head I was asking it to take a chance on me. She said, "Dear, dear, you've got it all mixed up. I have the power, but I run on your hour. There is nothing that you don't conduct." I laughed and I smiled, closed my eyes for a while, and denied everything that seemed vile. The clouds waved goodbye, they promised to try and visit once again come tomorrow. Told me not to cry, that the sun will always rise, and not a day will I live in sorrow.
There are times when we all think "can’t we have this one good thing." What this "thing" is differs from person to person, and more often than not you will find yourself second-guessing why it isn’t a "good thing." Chances are, it’s because that good thing is deeply flawed, and said flaws need to be called out.
It's time to shine your samurai sword and cock your gat because Deadly Class is coming to Syfy. Taking place during the 1980s, Deadly Class is about a group of misfit teens recruited to serve as lethal assassins. If haven't read the comic book, and are wondering what to expect from the show, thinkBreakfast Club directed by Quentin Tarantino.