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    Re: What Movie(s) Would You Like to See Remade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Toad37 View Post
    No clue who that is lol. I personally think Jackson did an amazing job at the Tolkien series but I never read any of the books so idk what all the hype is about when people say he butchered them.
    Some of Guillermo del Toro's films include Cronos, Blade II, Hellboy, Hellboy II: The Golden Army, Pan's Labyrinth, and The Shape of Water. For a time, he was originally going to direct The Hobbit films as well.

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    Re: What Movie(s) Would You Like to See Remade?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skeptiball View Post
    When anybody says that all remakes are garbage, I tell them to hold my beer while I pop in John Carpenter's The Thing.
    Most good remakes people don't even realize are remakes. Mostly because the original is super old or they actually changed the name of the movie but kept the plot and characters.
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    Re: What Movie(s) Would You Like to See Remade?

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    I'm not familiar with that one. I'll have to look it up.
    It's definitely not suitable for younger viewers, but I enjoyed it very much. Here is a quick comparison of the visuals, although I just found out they may have actually improved the movie a bit with the blu-ray release.

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    What Movie(s) Would You Like to See Remade?

    Would be a great remake if done in the same caliber and quality as 3:10 to Yuma.

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    Re: What Movie(s) Would You Like to See Remade?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhompingWillow View Post
    Definitely the Golden Compass movie, but I'm stoked HBO is releasing it (the trilogy?) as a series. It will hopefully be much better. As for a director if they redid the film version, David Fincher
    Seriously. Let's not make it all PC this time. Stick to the books, they were phenomenal.
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