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retread

1. another word for remould
2. a film, piece of music, etc. which is a superficially altered version of an earlier original
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15 7(6) The Hangover Part II THE original will surely be regarded as one of the best stag comedies ever made but the sequel is a re-tread of the same winning formula but with half as many good jokes.
A LIVERPOOL museum curator is to re-tread the footsteps of pioneering explorers in Australia's outback.
Car and farm tyres are made at the factory as well as re-tread truck tyres.
15 5(4) The Hangover Part II THE original will surely be regarded as one of the best stag comedies ever made but the sequel is a re-tread of the same winning formula but with half as many good jokes.
Milroy has been a fashionable artist for years, although her work has always struck me as a re-tread of some of the minor currents of 60s Pop, her rows of shoes recalling Wayne Thiebaud's way with slices of cake.
15 4(2) The Hangover Part II THE original is one of the best stag comedies ever but the sequel is a re-tread of the same winning formula .
NEARLY 25 years after the franchise first started, the eighth in the stalker- slaughterer series proves to be a disappointingly tired re-tread of the old horror film cliches.
His puffy face glistening with sweat looks like it could do with a re-tread, his wet poodle perm is strictly for 60s time warped and with his stout form barely restrained by a groaning leather get up, he's part black pudding and part super-annuated pitbull.
MOODY BLUES Hall of Fame (Threshold): Essentially a re-tread of the mid-90s Red Rocks set this LP suffers from a surfeit of inferior 80s and 90s cuts that all manner of orchestral decoration can't elevate above the purely mundane.
Yet compared with the groundbreaking TV series this tortured drama about the interweaving London lives of seven twentysomethings seems a pale re-tread.
THE original will surely be regarded as one of the best staged comedies ever made but the sequel is a re-tread of the same winning formula but with half as many good jokes.
Despite knowing in-jokes and ever more inventive methods of murder, there's a sick undertow to this gory re-tread.