Unforgiven

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    Is being remade, it seems.
     
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    Personally looking forward to it. Watanabe Ken will be reprising the role played by Eastwood in the original classic.
     
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    You know you're getting old when they start remaking movies that you've already seen as an adult.

    And they're going to have to have their A Game on to make a better remake than the original.
     
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    I hear that.

    I'm hoping it will work the way that The Magnificent Seven worked as a remake of The Seven Samurai. In fact, I'm pretty sure that's the idea.
     
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    Unforgiven is my favourite movie of all time. I don't see a reason to remake it.
     
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    I dunno, it could be interesting with Watanabe Ken in the lead. A different take on the basic story. The reverse of what was done with The Seven Samurai. That remake - as The Magnificent Seven - turned out well.
     

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