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What films deserve to be re-released in cinemas?

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    (Original post by ak137)
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    Really? REALLY?

    Avatar is 1 percent acting and 99 percent special effects. (Not that special effects aren't awesome). Plus he basically took the story of Pocahontas and changed the names...and made them blue of course.
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    The Original Star Wars Trilogy.
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    I wish Casablanca had a wider re-release this year for the 70th anniversary, i.e. was showing somewhere I could have reasonably gone and seen it.
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    I'd love to see a Hitchcock, Wilder or a Lynch film in the cinema and of course Citizen Kane.
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    The matrix!
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    Metropolis
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    Inception, because it's just not quite the same on DVD.
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    Twilight.

    Lol, jk.
    But I would actually love to go see something like Calamity Jane in the cinema.
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    I wish Casablanca had a wider re-release this year for the 70th anniversary, i.e. was showing somewhere I could have reasonably gone and seen it.
    This, 100 times this. It's one of my all time favourite films.
    Some years ago they showed a number of old films at my local cinema, I don't remember why. One of them was "The Dambusters." Another good film.
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    (Original post by BigMoz93)
    2001: A Space Odyssey
    I saw it on a huge screen in at the National in London - amazing. Even more cool was that the original production company took off the soundtrack so there could be a live orchestra and choir doing the music throughout. Best night of my life. Oh, and Kubrick's widow gave an introduction!
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    All Disney classics so we can see them on the big screen. And for the kids aswell
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    Armageddon
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    (Original post by more tea vicar?)
    I saw it on a huge screen in at the National in London - amazing. Even more cool was that the original production company took off the soundtrack so there could be a live orchestra and choir doing the music throughout. Best night of my life. Oh, and Kubrick's widow gave an introduction!
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    Well, I'm totally jealous.
    I've never seen it on anything but my tiny TV.



    I'd love to see the first three Wallace and Gromit films (A Grand Day Out, The Wrong Trousers, A Close Shave) out in the cinemas, perhaps as a ~film night~ type thing, seeing as they're only 30 minute features.
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    Full Metal Jacket as well.
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    (Original post by DontWantYourBloodMoney)
    Goodfellas, The Dark Knight, Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon, V for Vendetta.
    Yesss..!

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    The Original Star Wars Trilogy.
    :vader: Definitely. Empire Strikes Back would be epic. :starwars:
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    No idea if it's even possible to do it, but I'd love to see the original Evil Dead in full 3D, tree rape and all.
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    Shame
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    Braveheart. I imagine it would be amazing on the big screen.
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    (Original post by iheartplums)
    All Disney classics so we can see them on the big screen. And for the kids aswell
    This. Except the cinema would be full of teenagers and twenty year olds reliving their youth while the little kids outside due to lack of space. Like Toy Story 3.
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    The Killing Fields.

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