4K-USA The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) (4K + Blu-ray) (Kino Lober) [USA]

Space Cadet

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Space Cadet

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I always thought tha one with D. Washington wasn't remake... :emb:
Will give this one a shot.

"The aliases of the four train hijackers were Mr. Blue, Mr. Green, Mr. Grey, and Mr. Brown." Does that sound familiar ? Some one, "little known" director may have had "borrowed" that idea ... :naughty:
 
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5t33lb0y

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The remake was dire. The original is a classic in so many ways.....

I didn't know and to tell the truth i'm sure many ppl don't know about original.
And i don't think this is lonely case. If originals aren't released/restored and in remake isn't any word about original then how the help should ppl know it's remake.
Figures... >.<
 

Lollard2002

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I didn't know and to tell the truth i'm sure many ppl don't know about original.
And i don't think this is lonely case. If originals aren't released/restored and in remake isn't any word about original then how the help should ppl know it's remake.
Figures... >.<
Sadly 90% of the time this happens. They have just released a film in the cinema called Operation Mincemeat and they are raving about it. Trouble is it's already been done as the superb 1956 film The Man who never was... I honestly don't see this new film even being in the same league for various reasons.