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5 Movies That Need to be Remade Now

Dick Ward writes "Ah remakes. Remaking an old film is a great way to make a movie without having to put a lot of effort into it. We’ve seen a few already this year, and there are plenty more on the way, including ‘Escape from New York,’ ‘Arthur,’ ‘The Birds,’ ‘Clue’ and even ‘They Live.’

“Dick,” you say, “why would you even think about encouraging the already remake-crazy film industry to do more?” Even if you don’t say that, let’s pretend for the sake of narrative.

“Well,” says I, “have you considered that even the worst movie may have a cool premise but suffer from poor execution?”

Some movies absolutely need to be remade, and these are they."

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Upload ending explained - What just happened?

Pros: Amusingly played out trends in the development of modern IT; mild satire; charming main character; sweet romantic story Cons: Some logical glitches and inconsistencies; general predictability of the plot; at times the series becomes overly cloying Upload / “Loaded” Genre fantasy, comedy Creator Greg Daniels Starring Robbie Amell (Nathan Brown), Andy Allo (Nora), Kevin […]

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Space Force: Season 2's Shocking Ending, Explained

Pros: Steve Carell and John Malkovich; some good jokes from time to time; soundtrack Cons: Most of the jokes in the series are overtly political, others are too abstract; unclear ending to the Space Force season Genre comedy, satire Creators Greg Daniels, Steve Carell Cast: Steve Carell (General Mark Naird), John Malkovich (Dr. Adrian Malory), […]

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The Vast Of Night Ending Explained: How did the vast of night end?

Pros: Stylized as science fiction films of the 70s-80s and radio shows of the 40s-60s. last century; The spirit of that era is perfectly conveyed; the atmosphere of approaching something unknown; the director’s fetishistic fixation on the technology of the 50s and 60s; dialogues Cons: General slowness of the narrative; almost nothing happens in the […]

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