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The Tragedy of Film Remakes


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Decoration. 12 118 min Action, Adventure, Mystery 43 Metascore, a factory worker, Douglas Quaid, begins to suspect that he is a spy after visiting Recall - a company that provides its clients with implanted fake memories of a life they would like to have led. But the specifics have remained the same: replicated plots and set pieces, occasional cameos from stars of the original film, but a result that is somehow shallower and cheaper like a photocopier running out of ink. The Craft (1996 director: Andrew Fleming, starring: symbolism in The Birthmark Robin Tunney, Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell. At the very least, open-minded sci-fi heads are hoping for an entertaining diversion, which, fortunately, isnt out of the question. Updates on progress have been thin on the ground since then. Wargames (1983) Director: John Badham Starring: Matthew Broderick, Ally Sheedy, John Wood Honours: 3 Oscar nominations for writing, cinematography and sound. Soapdish (1991) Director: Michael Hoffman Starring: Robert Downey., Kevin Kline, Sally Field, Teri Hatcher THE remake Director: TBA Starring: TBA It was reported in 2011 that Parks and Recreation actor Ben Schwartz had been writing a new version of the star-studded Nineties romcom, along. Given the death of Robin Williams, the status of the Jumanji remake is somewhat up in the air. Happy Valley's James Norton looks set to make the jump from television to Hollywood with this role, joining Juno star Ellen Page as one of the trainee doctors who dice with death. Director: Leigh Janiak, starring: TBA, after directing and co-writing the disturbing horror film Honeymoon, young filmmaker Leigh Janiek has been commissioned to perform the same role on a remake of Nineties teen thriller The Craft, about a group of students at a Catholic high school. Fox bought the rights for a Commando reboot five years ago, and it is still yet to be matched with a director and cast.

The Tragedy of Film Remakes
the Tragedy of Film Remakes

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Don't Look Now (1973) Director: Nicholas Roeg Starring: Donald Sutherland, Julie Christie Honours: Nominated for seven Baftas, won one (for cinematography) THE remake Director: TBA Starring: TBA Producers Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman of The Picture Company have brought their idea for a remake of the beloved supernatural. Overboard (1987) Director: Garry Marshall Starring: Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, Edward Herrmann THE remake Director: Will Smith is drinking and Driving producing for Columbia Pictures, but a director is TBA Starring: Jennifer Lopez The screwball comedy, in which a hired carpenter convinces his uptight and cruel heiress employer. The last notable Hitchcock remake was Gus Van Sant's 1998 version of Psycho, a shot-by-shot copy starring Vince Vaughn. Like Logans Run, All Quiet is positioned as a re-adaptation of Erich Maria Remarques 1929 novel, rather than a remake of the original film. Memento (2000) Director : Christopher Nolan Starring : Guy Pearce, Carrie-Anne Moss, Joe Pantoliano Honours : Nominated for two Academy Awards THE remake Director : TBC Starring : TBC Made for less than 10 million, Memento was director Christopher Nolan's breakout hit, the film that started him. Splash (1984 director: Andrew Fleming, starring: Tom Hanks and, daryl Hannah, tHE remake. With her and Tolbach's Spider-Man connection, may Kirsten Dunst star in the film again? Comedy, Fantasy Announced A young woman who has experienced a series of unfortunate events is reunited with Fred, her imaginary friend from childhood, who promises to make her life better - though his methods are more violent and abusive than anything.

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