Basic Trope: Some scenes in a remake are exactly the same as the original.
- Straight: Many scenes in Troperoo (2005) are the same as the ones from Troperoo (1955).
- Exaggerated: Every single scene in Troperoo (2005) are the exact same as Troperoo (1955), down to minor details and sounds, which make it feel like a colorisation of the original than a remake.
- Downplayed: A few scenes in Troperoo (2005) are the same as in the original.
- Justified: The creators want to make the audience more familiar to the movie.
- Inverted: All the scenes and the script are entirely different from the original.
- Subverted: The establishing shot of one scene is the same as the original, but once the characters walk in, the camera position is different from the original.
- Double Subverted: However, the camera soon changes to the same shot as the original.
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- Averted: The plot is the same while the scenes are different.
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