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Shaft Cops Out


bring back Richard Roundtree


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    This movie blows
    January 03, 2007 | 12:00 PM

    i waited for this movie with great anticipation having been a fan of the original. i thought Jackson was a good choice, but apparently the director never saw the original movie - or didn't like it.

    Shaft comes off as too detached. He's supposed to be committed to his community. here, he's just out for himself and only helps others when it furthers his own ends.

    Put this in with the "Wild, Wild West" remake where the originals are ashamed of their children.

    disappointed fan
    Carmel
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    Why so dark
    January 03, 2007 | 12:11 PM

    This was an opportunity to build on the original - Shaft was a cool character. Unfortunatlry, they decided to remold Shaft into a brooding, detached - and violent man.

    Shaft is supposed to be an urban hero - not someone to be feared. To quick with the gun - maybe it works for some, but i just saw a downtown Rambo.

    greg
    indianapolis
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