Welcome to the office, your appointment is now with Dr. Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die). The good doctor loves talking about cinema, so I'm sure he was pleased that someone asked him for his thoughts on Hollywood's obsession with remakes, etc. Dr. Keith also doles out his always-fantastic relationship advice. As always, these are real e-mails from real AP.net readers. If you want Keith to answer your question(s), make sure to shoot him an e-mail.
10/16/12 03:19 AM
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10/16/12 04:20 AM
Another great column. End was hilarious.
10/16/12 05:58 AM
some hilarious answers in there, as usual
10/16/12 06:10 AM
10/16/12 06:35 AM
“I will be behind you 100% of the time. Supporting.”
HAHAHAHAAAAHA Holy shit. That's great.
10/16/12 07:55 AM
Hahaha the second answer is great. These columns make my day every time.
10/16/12 08:04 AM
10/16/12 08:09 AM
Originally Posted by Drew Beringer
[fs=From The Office Of Dr. Keith Buckley: 10/16/12]Keith,
I've totally given up on the film industry. I simply cannot take yet another re-make, "reboot", sequel, or spin-off. As you may or may not know, they're in the process of remaking classics like Carrie & even The Evil Dead. I'd like to know what I should do to remedy my hatred toward superfluous remakes.
You slanderous pig! How DARE you make public your reservations about the ineffable cinematic redux! Have you not laid eyes upon Jaden Smiths recent masterful portrayal of one such L’Enfant du Karatie, a character originally ruined and thrust forever into obscurity by the proletarian known as Raphael Machio? I find that probability highly dubious, given your backwards view of show business and the artistic liberty master thespians have so boldly taken. Auteurs such as Russell Brand in his remake of “Arthur”, Elle Elle Cool Jaye in “Rollerball” or Dennis Quaid as the austere Reverend Shaw Moore in Portugals “A Música Está do Teu Lado” (Footloose, as it was wildly known in this simple country of ours) have spearheaded the resurgence of the Golden Age of Talkies and to them alone we are eternally indebted!
LMAO. Best answer yet.
10/16/12 08:11 AM
Sometimes I wonder what'll happen when somebody inevitably takes this seriously.
10/16/12 08:29 AM
2nd answer rules, this guy is too good
10/16/12 09:22 AM
"To be honest, I don’t know if my wife even knows I’m in a band. Its never really come up in conversation. I think she just assumes that when I’m not around for a month at a time that a new Call Of Duty has come out and I’m upstairs playing it."
10/16/12 09:52 AM
That last question was mine, holy shit hahahaha wow