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3rd Apr '16 12:53:48 PM FuzzyBoots
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* The only changes made to ''Come Out and Play'', a remake of ''Who Can Kill a Child?'', is the removal of a handful of scenes, mostly the war footage.

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* The only changes made to ''Come Out and Play'', ''Film/ComeOutAndPlay'', a remake of ''Who Can Kill a Child?'', is the removal of a handful of scenes, mostly the war footage.
26th Mar '16 2:56:15 AM eroock
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The Shot for Shot Remake is a remake that is nearly identical to the original, in almost every way. It'll use most of the same dialogue, have the exact same plot, and change very few things.

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The Shot for Shot Shot-for-Shot Remake is a remake that is nearly identical to the original, in almost every way. It'll use most of the same dialogue, have the exact same plot, and change very few things.
12th Mar '16 8:33:11 PM Looneygamemaster
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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create its source material ''exactly'' the way it originally was. At best, this mindset simply leads to unimaginative direction; at worst, it leads to [[LeaveTheCameraRunning glacial]] [[{{Padding}} pacing]].
13th Feb '16 1:54:23 PM Looneygamemaster
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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create its source material ''exactly'' the way it originally was. At best, this mindset simply leads to unimaginative direction; at worst, it leads to [[LeaveTheCameraRunning glacial]] [[{{Padding pacing]].

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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create its source material ''exactly'' the way it originally was. At best, this mindset simply leads to unimaginative direction; at worst, it leads to [[LeaveTheCameraRunning glacial]] [[{{Padding [[{{Padding}} pacing]].
13th Feb '16 1:54:02 PM Looneygamemaster
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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create its source material ''exactly'' the way it originally was. At best, this mindset simply leads to unimaginative direction; at worst, it leads to [[LeaveTheCameraRunning glacial]] [[{{Padding pacing]].
13th Feb '16 1:49:09 PM Looneygamemaster
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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create what it's adapting ''exactly'' as it originally was.

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* In general, anime adaptations suffer from a need to re-create what it's adapting ''exactly'' as it originally was.
13th Feb '16 1:48:25 PM Looneygamemaster
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* Anime adaptations in general suffer from a need to re-create what it's adapting ''exactly'' as it originally was.

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* Anime In general, anime adaptations in general suffer from a need to re-create what it's adapting ''exactly'' as it originally was.
13th Feb '16 1:47:41 PM Looneygamemaster
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* Anime adaptations in general suffer from a need to re-create what it's adapting ''exactly'' as it originally was.
5th Jan '16 6:49:27 PM PaulA
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* ''Film/{{Grizzly}}'' (1976) starring Christopher George and Andrew Prine, was a scene-for-scene remake of ''Film/{{Jaws}} (1975), complete with an explosive finish!

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* ''Film/{{Grizzly}}'' (1976) starring Christopher George and Andrew Prine, was a scene-for-scene remake of ''Film/{{Jaws}} ''Film/{{Jaws}}'' (1975), complete with an explosive finish!



* ''Film/TheOmen2006'' for [[Film/TheOmen1976 the original film]], apart from changing the dates and adding a bit at the beginning which included modern signifires of the apocalypse. They can be practically synced into one another as they are word for word the same.

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* ''Film/TheOmen2006'' for [[Film/TheOmen1976 the original film]], apart from changing the dates and adding a bit at the beginning which included modern signifires signifiers of the apocalypse. They can be practically synced into one another as they are word for word the same.



* A common target for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s SeasonalRot has been how most, if not all, of their ManateeGags have become these: the scenes are ''so'' identical to their source material, both visually and [[OverlyLongGag in length]], that whatever joke was intended (if one was even intended at all) is completely lost. A clear example of this would be "Oceans 11 And A Half," where Stewie creates a music video for a song he wrote, which turns out to be an identical remake of Music/BryanAdams' video for "Everything I Do (I Do For You)" ''in it's entirety!!!''

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* A common target for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s SeasonalRot has been how most, if not all, of their ManateeGags have become these: the scenes are ''so'' identical to their source material, both visually and [[OverlyLongGag in length]], that whatever joke was intended (if one was even intended at all) is completely lost. A clear example of this would be "Oceans 11 And A Half," where Stewie creates a music video for a song he wrote, which turns out to be an identical remake of Music/BryanAdams' video for "Everything I Do (I Do For You)" ''in it's entirety!!!''in its entirety.
4th Jan '16 4:13:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* A common target for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s SeasonalRot has been how most, if not all, of their ManateeGags have become these: the scenes are ''so'' identical to their source material, both visually and [[OverlyLongGag in length]], that whatever joke was intended (if one was even intended at all) is completely lost. A clear example of this would be "Oceans 11 And A Half," where Stewie creates a music video for a song he wrote, which turns out to be an identical remake of BryanAdams' video for "Everything I Do (I Do For You)" ''in it's entirety!!!''

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* A common target for ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'''s SeasonalRot has been how most, if not all, of their ManateeGags have become these: the scenes are ''so'' identical to their source material, both visually and [[OverlyLongGag in length]], that whatever joke was intended (if one was even intended at all) is completely lost. A clear example of this would be "Oceans 11 And A Half," where Stewie creates a music video for a song he wrote, which turns out to be an identical remake of BryanAdams' Music/BryanAdams' video for "Everything I Do (I Do For You)" ''in it's entirety!!!''
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