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evildave69 -> Meh! (11/2/2009 12:14:30 PM)

Meh!




tonytheprince -> Anguish (11/2/2009 1:59:46 PM)

Anguish is a classic! why cant film stuidios just leave these classics alone!!!




crazymoviesdude -> (11/2/2009 3:11:47 PM)

Look, if it's a 'classic', and few people have heard of it, whether the remake is good or bad, it will provoke interest in the original.

And that's always a good thing, unless you like being one of the few who know about a great film, then I think you're a bit sad.




DocEmmettBrown -> Anguish! (11/2/2009 3:28:51 PM)

I'd forgotten I'd ever seen that film, they're really scouring the vaults now.
Not that it's a bad film, just pretty obscure.




vineethchacko -> RE: Anguish! (11/2/2009 5:12:12 PM)

Good point about wanting it to remain obscure as a sense of elitism ! Maybe because most of us havent seen these films... Remakes perform an essential function of a new vision and drawing attention to the original as well.




vineethchacko -> RE: Anguish! (11/2/2009 5:12:48 PM)

Good point about wanting it to remain obscure as a sense of elitism ! Maybe because most of us havent seen these films... Remakes perform an essential function of a new vision and drawing attention to the original as well.




wooz -> (12/2/2009 6:48:23 PM)

Remakes are essential in no way other than to line pockets. The quality of a remake has nothing to do with the quality of what it professes to have remade, and so inspiring interest in a remake's origins is purely coincidental.




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