Category: Inevitable Remakes
Dog Day Afternoon was a masterpiece of 70s cinema. Could it be remade today?
Could the 1971 dark comedy counterculture classic HAROLD AND MAUDE be remade successfully? Here’s how it could work.
There are some good reasons to remake GONE WITH THE WIND. Here’s a guide to making us give a damn.
LABYRINTH is a beloved 80s property, but would nostalgic 30-somethings do the Magic Dance over a remake? If it follows these guidelines, they might!
Is there any possible way a complete reboot or remake of Jaws could work?
“Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid ” featured charismatic leading men, a unique score by Burt Bacarach, laugh-out-loud humor, and an ending that left audiences slack-jawed. Would a version created today be held in as high regard?
Inevitable Remakes is a new series of articles that pose the question: what if a classic or popular movie was first released in today’s film world? This time we look at how a modern version of “Gremlins” might turn out.