Straw Dogs (Remake) – Poster


Poster zum Remake von Sam Peckinpahs „Straw Dogs“. Genau wie der Trailer sieht dieses Poster vor allem überflüssig aus. Eine weichgespülte, lahme, verdummte Version des Originals. Das zum Vergleich nochmal nach dem Klick.

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  1. 42

    Reflection fail…

  2. Yona

    james marsden ist so ein öder schauspieler. und auch nich gerade ein hempfling… was ja auch irgendwie der reiz bei straw dogs war.

  3. CineMan

    Hmm, (erneut ein) unnötiges Remake. Die sollten lieber das Original erneut ins Kino bzw. auf die “grosse Leinwand” bringen. Aber viele jüngere Kinogänger usw. werden wohl weder Peckinpah noch seine Filme kennen.

  4. Haina

    die spiegelung im nicht vorhandenen brillenglas ist echt der hammer!
    wie kann man nur so dumm sein, ich ralls nicht :D

  5. Haina

    Und in wie fehrn kann man den Film eigentlich mit “Deliver us from Evil” von Ole Bornedal vergleichen? Ist das auch sowas wie ein Remake?

  6. Renington Steele

    @ Haina: „Deliver us from Evil“ spielt mit demselben Setting: Bande terrorisiert Pärchen im Haus, die jemanden vor der Bande schützen…

    Ich persönlich halte Deliver für ein inoffizielles (und sehr gelungenes) Remake…

  7. Claas

    schnarch gähn pups!
    postet lieber nochmal den dustin

  8. Claas

    ach so habt ihr ja.

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