American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To make again or anew.
- n. The act of remaking.
- n. Something in remade form, especially a new version of an earlier movie or song.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To make anew; reconstruct.
- v. transitive To make again.
- v. transitive, video games To make an enhanced remake of (a computer or video game).
- n. A new version of something.
- n. A new, especially updated, version of a film, video game, etc.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To make anew.
- n. creation that is created again or anew
- v. make new
- re- + make (Wiktionary)
“This remake is a LOT of fun, and it is, without a doubt, the best 3D horror film ever made.”
“From the trailer, it seems that the remake is a dark, gritty drama.”
“The possibility of a King Kong vs Godzilla remake is a dream match and sounds too good to be true.”
“Sometimes, the remake is a stroke of genius ( "All in the Family" came from a similar British show, and the U.S. version of "The Office" at least equals its U.K. counterpart) but often, they just make us scratch our heads and wonder why television executives thought this would be a good idea.”
“Some snarkier pop culture purists still refuse to believe this TV truth: the new Battlestar Galactica remake is the best science fiction show on the small screen.”
“I've heard the budget for the remake is around 70 to 80 million, not bad.”
“Now five months later, McGowan not only denies that any of that was true to begin with, but says the Barbarella remake is actually still on track to be made this year.”
“Its just good no brainer entertainment. i'm sure if the remake is as funny, it has a good chance of making more than the last opening for sure.”
“The Hitcher remake is a film that I really had hoped was dead.”
“Maybe the remake is a good reason to re-read this classic as I always promised myself I would.”
Looking for tweets for remake.