Original ‘Space Jam’ Director Rips Sequel: ‘LeBron Ain’t Michael’

Original ‘Space Jam’ Director Rips Sequel: ‘LeBron Ain’t Michael’
Space Jam: A New Legacy,” despite reigning as king of the box office last weekend, has been hit with some pretty harsh reviews. But no critic has hit where it hurts quite so hard as the original 1996 film’s director Joe Pytka, who shredded the film in a recent interview with TMZ, telling the outlet that it took him five different viewings to make it through the film’s two-hour running time.

“The truth is that LeBron ain’t Michael,” Pytka said comparing the new film’s star, LA Lakers basketball player LeBron James to the original film’s lead, Michael Jordan, one of the biggest celebrity athletes of all time.

Also among his complaints were the film’s “insignificant” soundtrack and Bugs Bunny’s “heartbreaking” new role (and not in a good way). Pytka said that the new version of Bugs Bunny “looked like one of those fluffy dolls
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