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    Quote Originally Posted by Gaius View Post
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    Going into anime here. Casshern Sins is better than the original 1973 Casshan. Even with the slower pace and having so much edge you can cut yourself if you touch it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Writer View Post
    Casino Royale.

    Period. Point Blank.
    Could a novel adaptation technically be considered a remake though? Or a re-adaptation?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Immortal Weapon View Post
    Going into anime here. Casshern Sins is better than the original 1973 Casshan. Even with the slower pace and having so much edge you can cut yourself if you touch it.
    Hellsing Ultimate over the original Hellsing.
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    Captain America: The first Avenger is way better than Captain America (1990) film with the Italian Red Skull in it.

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    The musical Little Shop of Horrors with Steve Martin and Rick Moranis absolutely blows the original superlow budget Roger Corman Little Shop of Horrors out of the water in ever possible way.

    Also, as much as I love Boris Karloff, the MUmmy with Brendan Frasier was far more entertaining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisIII View Post
    Could a novel adaptation technically be considered a remake though? Or a re-adaptation?
    I was sitting here wondering the same thing, re: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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    If a previous movie was made, it's a remake for the purposes of this thread. Adaptation or not.
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    Karl Urban's Dredd is better than Sylvester Stallone's Judge Dredd

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    Remakes I can't think of any

    Sequels on the other hand...

    Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan: Better than the Motion Picture
    Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home: Personally, that's my favorite Star Trek Movie

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters: My personal favorite Godzilla movie made so far

    The Dark Knight: I liked it more than Batman Begins

    Hobbit Desolation of Smaug: If I ranked the Hobbit Movies: 3,2,1. Same with the Lord of the Ring Movies
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    I don't know if we can say LOTR, since they were shot as one long movie, much like the book. It is really one long work. It was edited to give a big battle at the end of each, but they aren't true sequels, just continuations.
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    John Carpenter's The Thing over the 50's The Thing (from Another World).

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    Peter Jackson's Return of the King was better than the animated Rankin-Bass version.

    Peter Jackson's The Hobbit was not, however, better than the Rankin-Bass version.

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    +1 for john carpenter the thing

    also similarly the 80s Scarface better than 1932 vers

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewCrossett View Post
    Peter Jackson's Return of the King was better than the animated Rankin-Bass version.

    Peter Jackson's The Hobbit was not, however, better than the Rankin-Bass version.
    You mean "Lord of the Rings" for the first one, yes? Because the Rankin-Bass version never actually got to the Return of the King part.

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