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Remake

To make new; to reconstruct.
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Kim released a "Re-make" of Shin Hyo-bum's 1994 song "I Love You" last Thursday, marking the beginning of his project.
While the original struggles with a stilted relationship between the leads, this re-make has a likeable, if not quite as stellar cast, a sharp script and enough wit to keep viewers interested.
In fact the fad also found its way into Asian cinema, causing Bollywood to jump onto the re-make bandwagon.
In 2004 in the Oliver Stone re-make Alexander, it was Irish hell-raiser Colin Farrell who played the young general but another Port Talbot actor, Sir Anthony Hopkins, played Alexander's general Ptolemy.
The Fox re-make of a 1951 cult classic stars Keanu Reeves as an alien that comes to earth took in $10.1 million for a two-week total of $48 million.
"A possible title for the American re-make," was his comic riposte.
A re-make of the 1988 original, the songs are satirical and musicals are sent up but with great affection.
Historians debate a common misperception of elected officials known as the "great man theory," the notion that personal leadership can bend history, re-make reality and turn all events--economic, political, bellicose--toward a single outcome.
In contrast, packaging made from petrochemical resins can be complicated and expensive to re-make into containers, so when it is recovered from post-consumer use, it is primarily "downcycled." In contrast to recycling, downcycling can be considered the practice of converting a higher-use product into a lower-use product.
Fighting Words: A Toolkit for Combating the Religious Right a new (2006) publication by Robin Morgan offering a tool-kit for arguing with the religious right attempts to erase the boundary between church and state and re-make the U.S.
I bring them back to that moment and let them re-make that decision.
And only for a moment, the second it takes to inhale sharply, we have dropped the thread that connects us with the powers that made us and re-make us every moment.