Television likes to reuse ideas, which can be good and bad, depending on how it's handled.
The (dated) '90s animated reboot returns.
A prequel to a classic that feels a bit like a remake.
There is a lot to like about Choplifter HD.
A rare remake - funny and fast-paced - that lives up to the original.
The two versions of True Grit, viewed back to back, allow insight into the evolution of the Western.
If someone tries to make you watch this, just pretend to be dead.
What's with Hollywood's ongoing love affair with remakes and reboots?
Dreadfully boring aside from a handful of quips and the always saving grace of Helen Mirren.
Hey, if Kurosawa can re-imagine Shakespeare, I suppose Yimou Zhang can remake a Coen Bros. film.