I've been alive nearly fifty years. I had never heard the word 'adaption' used EVER-- not in books, not in films, not on television, in classrooms, in casual conversation, etc.-- until I discovered this particular YouTuber's channel.
Every time I see someone post that John Wayne "Life is hard" meme, I just shake my head in frustration as I realize so few have seen the motion picture it originated from.
While there are certainly well-made classic movies I find unappealing...The Graduate...I don't believe I've ever attempted to scold anyone else for enjoying them. I've certainly never advocated a movie be banned or censored. The idea of criminalizing a piece of art or entertainment, if only in peoples' minds, is one I find totally repellent.
Interesting how the cheapskate condemns the business owners as 'Greedy Bastards' perpetrating a 'get rich sceem' (sic), when those business owners are, at least, providing goods and services, while the cheapskate/thief provides...what, exactly?...apart from further incentive for the business owners to raise their costs on honest/actual customers?
Reading through several reviews of this picture, I noticed each reviewer had the same gripe with the film. Namely that what started off as a keenly observed teen angst story "disappointingly" wandered into "Slasher" territory for its finale. This gripe is what convinced me to check it out.
My opinion of what I've seen so far of the Suspiria remake is...[shrug]...why'd they bother?
It's all meant to be heavy because the story's loaded with unanswered questions and minimal exposition, but this just felt like inept storytelling glammed up with a glossy polish. And a lot of droning, jangly noise.