Movies that should be remade include movies that would benefit from a special effects facelift, films with outdated subject matter that could be updated, and movies that were just awful the first time around to the chagrin of their fans. Some of the worst Hollywood movies of all time could still be remade and saved with the right writer, director, and cast. It would be no small feat to make Supergirl fly, but it could be done with the right crew. There are plenty of movies ready for a remake on this films that should be remade list.
Movies that could benefit from a remake include some of the greatest movies of all time that weren't bad the first time around like The Usual Suspects and The Breakfast Club. Much of the appeal of tinkering with these classics is the talent that could be attracted to projects that are already revered.What movies have been remade? What movies should be remade? With the thousands of boring/unnecessary adaptations floating around Hollywood, there should be some room for great movie remakes on the desks of executives making decisions about which movies get made. If there's a movie you think deserves a remake not on this list of films that should get a remake, make sure to add it. And if you think of other reasons a movie should be remade (like specific casting choices or current relevance of subject matter) make sure to add them to the movies that should be remade list.
Dune is a 1984 American science fiction film written and directed by David Lynch, based on the 1965 Frank Herbert novel of the same name. The film stars Kyle MacLachlan as Paul Atreides and includes an ensemble of well-known American and European actors in supporting roles. It was filmed at the Churubusco Studios in Mexico City and included a soundtrack by the band Toto. The plot, set several millennia in the future, concerns the conflict between rival noble families as they battle for control of the planet Arrakis, which is the only planet in the universe that possesses the spice "melange", the most essential and valuable commodity in the universe. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Sting, Patrick Stewart, Alicia Witt, Sean Young, Max von Sydow, + more
Initial Release: 1984
Directed by: David Lynch
#30 on The Best Movies of 1984
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Spawn is a 1997 American supernatural superhero film loosely based on the comic book of the same name, by Todd McFarlane and published by Image Comics. Directed and co-written by Mark A.Z. Dippé, the film stars Michael Jai White in the leading role. Spawn is an origin story of the character, and begins with Al Simmons, a soldier who is resurrected as Spawn, a reluctant, demonic leader of Hell's army. Spawn eventually refuses to lead Hell's army against Heaven and turns against evil forces all together. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Martin Sheen, John Leguizamo, Melinda Clarke, Frank Welker, Michael Jai White, + more
Initial Release: 1997
Directed by: Mark A.Z. Dippé
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Green Lantern is a 2011 action fantasy film written by Greg Berlanti, Michael Green and Marc Guggenheim and directed by Martin Campbell. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, Angela Bassett, Tim Robbins, Mark Strong, + more
Initial Release: 2011
Directed by: Martin Campbell
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WarGames is a 1983 American science-fiction film written by Lawrence Lasker and Walter F. Parkes and directed by John Badham. The film stars Matthew Broderick, Dabney Coleman, John Wood, and Ally Sheedy. The film follows David Lightman, a young hacker who unwittingly accesses WOPR, a United States military supercomputer programmed to predict possible outcomes. Lightman gets WOPR to run a simulation, originally believing it to be a computer game. The simulation causes a national nuclear missile scare and nearly starts WWIII. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Matthew Broderick, William H. Macy, Ally Sheedy, Michael Madsen, Dabney Coleman, + more
Initial Release: 1983
Directed by: John Badham
#6 on The Best Movies of 1983