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I would probably most like to see All Quiet on the Western Front re-booted. The book was originally made into a film in 1930, and was produced very well considering the time period. Then it was re-done as a made for TV movie in the late 70s. I would like to see it done using modern day writing style and effects.

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I would probably most like to see All Quiet on the Western Front re-booted. The book was originally made into a film in 1930, and was produced very well considering the time period. Then it was re-done as a made for TV movie in the late 70s. I would like to see it done using modern day writing style and effects.

 

Similarly, I wouldn't mind to see Sergeant York (1941) rebooted.

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Similarly, I wouldn't mind to see Sergeant York (1941) rebooted.

 

One of my ALL-TIME Favorite Movies!!!

 

Big shoes to fill when you replace Gary Cooper.

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Smokey and the Bandit

 

Bandit: Aston Kutcher maybe...could be sold on someone else though

Frog: Mila Kunis

Snowman: Chris Rock

Sheriff Justice: Tommy Lee Jones

Big and Little Enos: I thought Rob and Big would have been perfect (R.I.P. Big)

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I would probably most like to see All Quiet on the Western Front re-booted. The book was originally made into a film in 1930, and was produced very well considering the time period. Then it was re-done as a made for TV movie in the late 70s. I would like to see it done using modern day writing style and effects.

 

I think that's a great one. Sticking with a similar topic, I'd love to see a reboot of something like the Bridge of the River Kwai (1957).

 

Not really your thread topic, but I've said for a while I'd like to see a pretty graphic/realistic depiction of the Bataan Death March.

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