Sylvester Stallone is already 76 years old but he is not thinking of retiring at all. Last summer we could see him in ‘Samaritan’ and this week opens ‘Tulsa King’, the first television series that he stars in throughout his career. This has led her to grant several interviews and in one of them she has had no problem saying what do you think is the most underrated movie of all in which you have participated.
Until now, the actor has had no problem making it clear that his favorite movie is ‘Rocky Balboa’ and that the worst thing he has done is ‘Tall! or my mother shoots’. Therefore, the journalist The Hollywood Reporter He surprised him with that question, something that Stallone also took the opportunity to criticize ‘West Side Story’the recent movie steven spielberg:
Believe it or not, I think Get Carter was really underrated. It was a big disappointment. I learned the hard way that remakes, even if you make them better than the original, there’s tremendous nostalgia attached to the original. And often they are not done so well. Like the last ‘West Side Story’. Why would something like this be done? Not only because of the quality of the original, but because people’s tastes change. Musicals are no longer successful. Kids can’t relate to that kind of music. So who is your audience? It’s crazy. Also, I thought ‘Cop Land’ was going to do a little better.
Surely I’m not the only one who has been surprised that Stallone has highlighted ‘Get Carter’, a new version of the novel by ted lewis which had already been brought to the big screen in 1971 with Michael Cain in the lead role. For my part, I think she would have stood out as the most undervalued ‘assassins’action tape that failed at the time and received quite harsh criticism, what about you?
On the other hand, the attack on ‘West Side Story’ seems a bit out of place, but perhaps Stallone is a big fan of the legendary film directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins in 1961 and that inevitably marks his opinion of Spielberg’s. A bit of the same thing he complains about in the case of ‘Get Carter’, really…
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“It was a big disappointment.” Sylvester Stallone picks his most underrated movie and explains why Steven Spielberg flopped ‘West Side Story’