There is nothing better than reminiscing about the good old days.
Certain senses can help trigger a childhood memory more than others. For example, a familiar smell or taste has the power to transport you back to a distinct moment in your life.
Watching an old favorite movie can also have that same mystical effect.
Seeing a classic movie from the past hits all the nostalgia feels. In this article you will discover 25 Classic Films We All Want to See Remade.
There are many benefits to refilming a classic movie. It gives the original version a second life; it also helps people see the reinvention of familiar characters they used to adore.
With technology improving more and more each year, the stories people loved when they were kids can now transform into modern adaptations.
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Annie Hall, an American romantic comedy, went on to win four Oscars including Best Picture in 1978.
The movie pushed traditional cinematic boundaries at the time by breaking the fourth wall and for its achronological storytelling.
It’s been almost 42 years since the big screen has seen New York’s neurotic comedian, Alvy Singer, fall in love with ditzy Annie Hall.
October just wouldn’t be the same without watching the fantasy movie Hocus Pocus.
Disney released the film in 1993 and it’s still as popular today as it was 27 years ago. The story follows the magical journey three kids and a cat go through to capture three evil witches.
Many Hocus Pocus fans are reaching out via social media asking for the remake to star Melissa McCarthy, Mindy Kaling, and Maya Rudolph as the three witches.
Live-action remakes of classic animated films are becoming more and more popular. Most recently, Disney’s 2019 reboot of The Lion King made over $531 million worldwide in the first 10 days.
Now, Disney fans are asking for a live-action remake of Pocahontas.
The movie follows a tale of forbidden romance between an American Indian princess and a captain who sailed to the New World.
When a movie version of the coming-of-age novel The Outsiders was released in 1983, there likely wasn’t a dry eye in theatres across the nation.
The characters are so relatable that it makes it easy to immediately get wrapped up in the storyline.
The movie revolves around timeless themes like family, friendships, loss, and hope. That is one of the main reasons why fans of The Outsiders are begging for a modern remake.
The Lost Boys
There have been recent rumors going around that The CW Network is rebooting a cult classic into a television series. It’s going to be hard to match the 1987 film version of The Lost Boys.
The movie revolves around two teenage brothers who had recently moved to California and find themselves getting involved with a local gang of vampires.
Even though many fans were hoping for a movie remake, it should be interesting to see how The CW’s adaptation turns out.