- v. present participle of remake.
- n. creation that is created again or anew
“And so what he did is outline what I would consider to be a very ambitious plan for what he called remaking America.”
“The studio had successes in remaking the original Friday the 13th last year and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre in 2006.”
“There's no point in remaking what has already been addressed in earlier movies etc.”
“I feel also that if you have to remake a film because its British-ness wont be understood by American audiences, then there is no point in remaking the film as lose the essence of the film.”
“We need renewables developed, we need to invest billions in remaking the grid.”
“On the other hand I can see the upside in remaking this film; Some say the original is a vision and larger than its time, so why couldn't the remake do the same thing?”
“Of course, the left is interested in remaking the world according to their beliefs as well.”
“In those circumstances America substantially succeeded in remaking the entire international order along Wilsonian lines.”
“I think that the same is true of Bush's adventure in remaking the Middle East in America's image.”
“I’m just not that intellectual when it comes to my forms of entertainment; however, I have to admit I don’t see the harm in remaking a movie.”
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In keeping with my other Prosies (like this one). There were a number of phrases as well as words in this speech that I found particularly compelling.
My fellow citizens: I stand here ...
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