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creation that is created again or anew

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Reviewers are still under embargo, but some early viewers have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the re-make of the cult monster film.
Sparkle, which tells the story of three sisters who become Motown stars, is a re-make of the 1976 film of the same name.
The vampire comedy is a re-make of a soap that ran from from 1966-1971 with Pfeiffer saying she was a fan back then and used to race home from the bus stop to watch the show.
Brighton Rock (BBC2, 9pm) This gritty re-make of the 1947 film, is set in the criminal underworld of post war Brighton.
The work covers Fitch's role in national politics and his strong advocacy for policies that would benefit his constituents as well as his pro-immigrant stance and desire to re-make New York as an international cosmopolitan city.
Mice's narrative is engaging, and teens may find Mice's chance to re-live and re-make her past appealing.
There has been talk of a Whisky Galore re-make but there is no way that a new film could capture the charm and nave joy of the original.
I'm going to put my neck on the line and say that this re-make is even better than the original with Audrey Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart.
THE VERDICT This chilling re-make of a cult 1980s exploitation film is a tasty blend of home-invasion nastiness and brutal chills.
THE ITALIAN JOB, FILM4, 9pm Mark Wahlberg stars in this affectionate re-make of the British classic as Charlie Croker, who, after taking over from John Bridger (Donald Sutherland) as the leader of a gang of thieves, celebrates his new status with a multi-million-dollar job in Venice.
A re-make that overlooks the balancing act of the film, only ends up crashing and burning at the box office.
Another Welshman, Luke Evans, 31, of Pontypool, stars in the 3D cinema hit Clash of the Titans, a re-make of the 1981 movie of the same name based on the Greek myth of Perseus.
The Fox re-make of a 1951 cult classic stars Keanu Reeves as an alien that comes to earth took in $10.
Which footballer sang with Lindisfame in the 1990 re-make of Fog On The Tyne?
A re-make of the 1988 original, the songs are satirical and musicals are sent up but with great affection.