from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. Past tense and past participle of remake.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of remake.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- imp. & p. p. of remake.
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The film was remade from the original that came out in 1895!
The type of show that should be remade is one that wasn't very good to begin with.
I could see it being remade from a slightly more serious/subtle/less violent angle though – not to say I approve.
The Invisible remade from a Swedish film that was adapted from a book is directed by David S. Goyer.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the latest classic to be remade is John Carpenter's "They Live."
"The road to White House goes through _____________" (fill in the state), The democratic party is being remade from the bottom up right now.
One movie I’d love to see remade is the The Stand, the first one sucked and it could be done sooo much better now days especially with the ‘end of the world’ coming. somebody Says:
As classic as this film is, I definitely think it doesn't need to remade, which is the opposite of what I thought for Clash of the Titans - but that's a whole other story.
"All the dictionaries will have to be remade, which is good for selling the Royal Academy's dictionary, which they keep producing as though it's the Bible."
Schwartz also recalled the remade movie version of "Oceans 11" featuring the opulent