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[*] Post 492884 posted on 14-1-2015 at 17:44 Reply With Quote
They should/have not made an up to date version of that show!



There is a lot of criticism of the updated version of "Stars in Their Eyes" on social media. The consensus seems to be that merging Harry Hill and an old format just hasn't worked.

What TV shows are you glad or disappointed in now that they have been remade?
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[*] Post 492891 posted on 15-1-2015 at 08:20 Reply With Quote


Rubbish TV remakes.adaptations =

The Forsythe Saga
Bouquet of Barbed Wire
Upstairs/Downstairs
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Dr Zivago

Rubbish Film remakes =

The Day the Earth Stood still
Brief Encounter
True Grit
The Body Snatchers
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[*] Post 492899 posted on 15-1-2015 at 13:33 Reply With Quote


I was very disappointed with the remake of Day of the Triffids.

I remember watching the now hokey tv show from the 80's. For me, those triffids were much scarier than the rubbish CGI ones.

The book was fab. The 80' version has dated. But the new one is just plain wrong.

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