Top 10 Best Changes in Movie RemakesNov 22, 2021
talk about a good decision welcome to watchmojo.com pains that actually made the original number ten better by making it fun Ocean's eleven I original Ocean's eleven was less concerned with making an engaging heist
movieand was really just an excuse to get the Rat Pack on the screen together in Las Vegas, something that is reflected in the mixed reviews from critics. These are the 5 casinos we visited in the Sahara desert at the sands and the Flamingo, so when Steven Soderbergh decided to remake the
movie, he infused it with enough of his signature flair for people to forget. about the original 2001 Ocean's Eleven has become the blueprint for the modern caper movie now once we go down the shaft, though it's a piece of cake then, just two more guards with Uzis and the most elaborate vault door ever man-made essentially assemble a lot of the stars on the roster have it ready between planning sessions and give it a glamorous setting to do it in Soderbergh their version spawned two sequels and a spin-off validating their decision to update the original film for modern audiences.
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bestpictures and cinematography. as of 1998, the original simply titled ring was based on a book, and despite a minuscule budget of $1.2 million, was a critical and commercial success in Japan; however, it suffers from a distinct lack of visual flair due to its small budget. Fortunately, the new version received a budget. $48 million, add to that Verbinski's behind-the-camera skills honed over many years of shooting movies and music videos for the likes of No Effects on Bad Religion, the dynamic cinematography and visuals help make the world of the ring come alive. be more realistic and, by extension, more terrifying. number 8 a lavish production bram stoker's dracula calling bram stoker's dracula a remake is really an understatement the character has appeared in film do thousands of times since the 1920s with actors like max schreck bela lugosi and christopher lee bringing the character to life character over the years I am Dracula and I welcome you to my home I must apologize for not being here to greet you personally but I trust that I have found everything you need Bram Stoker's Dracula differed from these other poor trails in several ways , the most obvious being the over-the-top production and performances with their faces, so that the sets were big and brash and beautiful and the actors weren't afraid to give in to the more dramatic sides of their characters at the end, makes it one of the most visceral versions of the character ever seen on the big screen number 7 Kong and Anne King Kong's relationship The director's sequel to Peter Jackson's he Lord of the Rings trilogy was King Kong, the kind of movie that needs no introduction.
The film was a critical and commercial success, with many praising the graphics and Andy Serkis' performance. What really made the film stand out compared to its predecessors was the careful and delicate depiction of Kong's relationship with a 2005 King Kong that established a strong emotional connection between two characters, but the other films failed to realize this. that the big-budget epic also needed something. based on reality and that's precisely what this number six romantic film did by ramping up the violence Scarface even the most hardcore moviegoers are often surprised to learn that Brian De Palma's 1983 film about a Cuban refugee who becomes a blockbuster drug lord is a remake of the original. in Chicago and featuring an understudy for Al Capone played by Paul Mooney, Pray for Me, was released in 1932 and quickly drew the ire of censors for what they perceived as the glorification of violence. took brutality and violence to a new level by beautifully contrasting it with the color and vibrancy of 1980s Miami, it remains one of the most influential movies of the decades and has left its mark on everything from TV shows to and comics to video games and rap music number five Sam burying evidence Cape Fear in the 1991 remake of Cape Fear convicted rapist max Cady tracks down his former lawyer Sam Bowden whom he blames for his incarceration it turns out Bowden buried evidence he could have reduced or dropped the charges against Katie anyway.
I had a report on this victim and came back that she was promiscuous. This act heightens the motivations of both characters and creates enough drama to carry the film through from start to finish, however this crucial plot point was not in the original 1962 Cape Fear in that version, the reason why Katie hates Bowden is because the latter stopped Katie from sexually assaulting a woman and later testified against him. rise up and appear against him, witnessing director Martin Scorsese's decision to change Katie's reason for hating Bowden creates a more complex villain as we show Bowden to be a flawed protagonist number 4 who
changesthe look of the fly the fly while we hate to disobey Solely due to the fact that it came out during a time when Gore was frowned upon, there's simply no denying that David Cronenberg's 1986 take on flying is the better movie one of the main reasons for this is the decision to ditch the cheesy b-movie horror from the original in favor of something truly scary you've missed some good guys jeff goldblum slow gruesome transformation from man to bug hard to watch even today both movies culminate with the lead yelling help me to no avail but just the Cronenberg's version leaves you gagging there's a human number three changing the creature the thing similar to our input to nterior 1952's The Thing from Another World is a victim of the style of movies being made during that period in movie history, the villain just doesn't scare modern audiences and the drama is never intense enough to warrant a gasp. , let alone a scream of terror, in contrast John Carpenter's early '80s remake plays the invisible monster trope to maximum effect as the man from outpost 31, the audience has no idea who to trust because anyone can be a vessel for a terrifying alien life form in the world of carpenter remains one of the scariest movies of all time thanks in part to this brilliant turnaround number two the darkest and grittiest thread there are dozens of movies 80's and 90's action movies that don't hold up to today and rebooting them with a little extra guts is currently all the rage Judge Dredd got the treatment.
While the original has its moments, it quickly veers into a cheese fest thanks to the melodramatic performances. of Stallone and co-star Armand Assante, the remake decided to ditch the silliness of the original in favor of something a little cooler. Let's talk about which judge, the movie is dripping in st. yle and is host to a handful of solid characters played by actors who really managed to take the premise to heart. It's dark, gritty and so violent. How many cases on this list have you seen both the original and the modified remake? Tell us in the comments if you really think it's changed for the better.
In that case, our pick for number one was successful originally and with the remake, which is no small feat. feat, so let's take a look at some honorable mentions and then we'll see what we've picked as the
bestchange to a movie remake ramping up the drama Casino Royale I've got it in a jacket there's a tuxedo and a tuxedo this is the letter adding a director from first on Stars The Departed come with me I'm not the police I'm not asking you styling A Fistful of Dollars Rooney Mara trail of Lisbeth Salander The girl with the dragon tattoo I guess I must have loved you doing Frank Slade the most romantic scent of a woman I feel like you are being neglected well i wait for someone instantly before i continue make sure you subscribe to our channel and ring the bell to get notified about our latest videos you have the option to get notified for occasional videos or all of them if you are on your phone , be sure to go into your settings and turn on notifications number one to make it more faithful to the novel True Grit, the Tru The original Grit, which was based on a 1968 novel of the same name, starred John Wayne as Rooster Cogburn, the film was well received by critics, and Wayne won the Best Actor Oscar. when Joel and Ethan Coen decided to remake the movie in 2010 they took an approach more faithful to Charles Portis, his novel Pyg comb will keep that strand some of the things they kept The original dropout included Maddy narrating the movie Maddy losing her arm and Lebih surviving The
changesdon't necessarily mean one movie is better than the other, but they definitely improve the overall narrative, all stalwarts.
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