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what is overall textual themes that are used in the 2010 film nightmare on elm street
Freddy Krueger embodies the horror of a recurring nightmare — literally. The villain of A Nightmare on Elm Street has been on the big screen before, beginning in 1984 with creator Wes Craven's version. [ Now it's time for the new kids on the block to take a stab at an old classic. Director Samuel Bayer makes his directorial debut with A Nightmare on Elm Street, and cast in the iconic role of
Freddy Krueger is Academy Award nominated actor Jackie Earle Haley. Krueger is an accused child-molester who was burned, torches-and-pitchforks-style, by the parents/vigilantes of a once-peaceful bedroom community. It seems the lowly preschool janitor wasn't missed by anyone after he met his demise in what was ruled a freak fire… Life went on as usual on Elm Street for a good, long spell. ............. ]
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how would you describe the acting of the cast throughout the 2010 film of nightmare on elm st
Weegy: The answer to your question , The acting of the cast throughout the 2010 film of nightmare on elm st , are just a bunch of young actors who can scream, bleed, run and die. Not that Gallner, Mara, Cassidy and Dekker have anything to work with. [ The script is a huge mess. It’s hard to sell lines like “[My therapist] thinks that all my problems come from my past” and “I didn’t kill her. I loved her, man!” The characters have no character to speak of. They let their Joy Division t-shirts, bohemian berets and guyliner do the talking. One boy wears a crucifix because “You’ve gotta believe in something, right?” He’ll never be an effective missionary with that attitude. Read more: ] (More)
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