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  • noun Plural form of reimagination.

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  • It's enough of a problem that British libel law is on its face as backward a legal form as can be found in the modern developed world, but the fact that the defendant can apparently be stuck trying to defend fanciful reimaginations of what he said is a twist I hadn't realized was layered on the foundation of crap that it starts with.

    BCA v Singh: An Astonishingly Illiberal Ruling

  • In terms of its place in this new wave of British horror reimaginations it therefore stands squarely in the middle between the extremes of very good (Shaun) and atrociously bad (LVK).

    Alex continues to be TORMENTED by British horror comedies! | Obsessed With Film

  • I think Scream 4 could really work if he did a parody of "Reboots" and "reimaginations."

    Dimension Confirm Details of Scream 4, Spy Kids 4, An American Werewolf in London Redux and More | /Film

  • (The only guy I ever thought got it right was Brian Wilson, who used the orchestra as an expanded palette — the exotic instrumental colors function as extensions or reimaginations of the sorts of sounds you'd find in a typical pop combo.)

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • (The only guy I ever thought got it right was Brian Wilson, who used the orchestra as an expanded palette — the exotic instrumental colors function as extensions or reimaginations of the sorts of sounds you'd find in a typical pop combo.)

    The Dangling Conversation

  • Though he was an admired composer, Hayes included only four songs on the 1969 release, two originals and lengthy reimaginations of Burt Bacharach and Hal David's "Walk on By" and Jimmy Webb's "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," which runs almost 19 minutes.

    Isaac Hayes: Much More Than 'Shaft'

  • Times the new version of Bad Lieutenant has a working title of Bad Lieutenant '08, which at least acknowledges where it's coming from rather than some remakes which pretend to be something new, reinventions and reimaginations.

    Filmstalker: Bad Lieutenant remake in development

  • That Renfield is not, as many adaptations and reimaginations of the story claim, made mad by Dracula.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • That Renfield is not, as many adaptations and reimaginations of the story claim, made mad by Dracula.

    11 Things You Might Not Have Known About Bram Stoker's Dracula

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