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‘Death’ Is Revived, and So Quickly
The film, which opens in theaters Friday, arrives just three years after the original was released in the United States. And the remake is directed by Neil LaBute , a white director and screenwriter best known for making misanthropic and, in the view of some critics, misogynistic indie films and plays. Rock as he drove to the Beverly Hills Hotel for a meeting with Mr. Culpepper did no such thing. Soon Mr.
Sign in. The star of " The Boys " has a great Watchlist that she can't stop re-watching. Watch now. Title: Death at a Funeral Chaos ensues when a man tries to expose a dark secret regarding a recently deceased patriarch of a dysfunctional British family.
Hollywood's chronic creativity drought will be familiar to readers of these pages. An imperfect storm of youthful inexperience in the executive ranks, collective animus toward that which dares to be different, and risk-averse corporate ownership has all but swallowed up the original idea in Tinseltown. And there are few sorrier manifestations of this dearth of ideas than the remake. Producers have taken a stab at pre-existing movies for decades and there have been successes — Scarface, The Thing and The Maltese Falcon, to name a few. But let's be under no illusion that by and large the remake business is a cynical money-making exercise.
Directed by Neil LaBute. With Chris Rock, Martin Lawrence, Keith David, Loretta Devine. A funeral ceremony turns into a debacle of exposed family secrets and.
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Death at a Funeral is a American black comedy film directed by Neil LaBute with a screenplay by Dean Craig , based on the British film of the same name that Craig also wrote. The film was released in the United States on April 16, Aaron, the older son, and his wife Michelle Regina Hall live at his parents' home. Aaron and Michelle have been trying to buy their own home and have children but have been unsuccessful. Aaron envies his brother because Ryan is a successful author, while Aaron has not yet had his novel published, and resents him because Ryan would rather spend money on a first class airline ticket than help him pay for the funeral expenses. To ease Oscar's nerves, she gives him a pill from a bottle labeled as Valium.