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Whatever the case may be, the re-make mania is very much in progress and how successful it is only depends on the initiatives of the filmmakers and the response they get from the viewers and critics.
Her argument is that the Second Empire crackdowns on ambulatory vendors and the reform of the Halles and Temple used clothing market were driven by suspicion of women retailers, by fear that female vendors sold their bodies on the side, and by the desire to re-make market women into more virtuous merchants.
Now, to go back a step: If, after the playside guard makes his call, the defensive line begins stemming (moving), the offensive line will stay in their two-point stances, while the two guards re-make their calls.
The idea is to re-make a secretive law-enforcement culture that tends to view every taxpayer as a potential cheat into a problem-solving, customer-oriented enterprise.
Welsh director Gareth Edwards took time out to talk to fans and sign autographs at the Hollywood premiere of his $160m Godzilla re-make this week.
Best track to my way of thinking, though, is James Torm's re-make of his dad's own 1963 hit single, Comin' Home Baby.
It was while filming the re-make of Planet Of The Apes that she met her partner, director Tim Burton, and she has gone on to star in several of his films including Charlie And The Chocolate Factory and Alice In Wonderland.
He was there with co-stars Rooney Mara, Joely Richardson and Christopher Plummer as they launch the re-make of the massively successful Swedish film.
The critics weren't very kind to this re-make, mainly because it doesn't live-up to the atmospheric 1974 original.
The Trainspotting actor was previously tipped to be cast in the re-make which has been given the green light.