Being skeptical about the film because it’s a remake, and because the original is such a classic, is understandable. Getting upset because it has a female cast isn’t. For the most part, the tweets featured here are specifically criticizing the fact that the cast is female, not the existence of the movie in general. Whether you think the movie sound good or not is irrelevant here—complaining about “gender pandering” because a movie stars a female cast is idiotic. One of the consequences of a group being treated like a minority is that people come to see over-representation of majority groups as being the norm. Why isn’t it “gender pandering” when a movie has a predominantly male cast?