That's a bit of a sweeping statement and you'd miss out on some great movies. Apart from this, which I thoroughly enjoy, three other remakes I would highly recommend would be The Thing (1982), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978) and Ben Hur (1959). I would agree that most remakes are poor compared with the original Ben Hur (2016) and Papillon (2017) being recent examples.I will pass on this remake bit. I have the real one.
That is all I need.
I'm not a fan of the remakes.
Same here, going to be one for an price dropOn repeat viewings I usually watch this until the point at which Justin Chatwin disappears over the hill and we have the scenes with Tim Robbins, then for some reason the film just loses me.
Without doubt it’s going to be a great disc but more likely than not something I’m hoping will be in a Zoom 3 for £30 deal come Black Friday week.
I doubt a disc manufacturer could be easily re-configred to start making medical equipment and plenty will still be manufacturing as normal including where I work, from a business perspective nothing has changed for us accept all office staff are now working from home, the rest of us are still doing our normal 9-6 production shifts.UK physical disc announcement is taking a while are we even getting one as the whole UK industry seems to be shuttered right now probably making medical equipment instead of pressing discs!
Trust me I have been wondering the same thing the last few weeks, think going forward many businesses will be reevaluating a great many things, bad timing all round really as we only just moved into the new premises two weeks ago after spending a lot of money on fitting the new place out, been up to the office several times and it all looks very nice but have to wonder if it will ever be used as originally invisioned as the world is a much different place than it was 6 months ago.I have to ask if all your office staff can work from home why were they going into work before?