The Exorcist is scheduled to return on October 13th, 2023, whether ardent fans like it or not. The movie will be the first in a new trilogy, continuing a trend in Hollywood that aims to revive great movies in an effort to capitalise on prior successes. Anything can be relaunched, of course, provided the quality isn’t an issue, but certain movies are timeless masterpieces when it comes to trying to recapture or keep the original charm and integrity of a movie. The list of classic movies that will never be relaunched is provided below.
1. Tootsie (1982)
Director- Sydney Pollack
Actor Michael Dorsey is unemployed and has an impossible reputation. He disguises himself as Dorothy Michaels to get a part in a daytime drama. In order to get employment and raise money for his friend’s play. In this female persona, Dorsey virtually becomes into Dorothy Michaels, losing himself completely. Also, inciting women all around the city to rebel against male authority and resemble Dorsey more closely. But in this new part, Dorsey finds himself caught between a female friend/’lover, a female co-star he falls for. Along with that co-father star’s who falls for him, and a male co-star who longs for his love.
2. Psycho (1960)
Director- Alfred Hitchcock
Marion Crane, an administrative assistant in Phoenix, is tired of the way life has treated her. They must meet during lunch breaks because Sam must pay the majority of his wealth in alimony. Hence, preventing them from getting married. Marion’s boss gives her permission to deposit $40,000 one Friday. Marion leaves town and makes her way to Sam’s store in California. After realising she can take the money and start a new life. She exits the main highway and enters the Bates Motel after a long. All exhausting drive while being caught in a storm. A quiet young guy named Norman runs the motel. It seems as though his mother has a lot of control over him.
3. E.T. the Extra Terrestrial (1982)
Director- Steven Spielberg
A harmless extraterrestrial is abandoned by his company of covert tourists and left behind on Earth. There, he is confronted by an unnervingly odd atmosphere. He is fortunate to be found by lone 10-year-old Elliott. He, after experiencing some shock, decides to take him in and gives him the name “E.T.” A bond will gradually develop, and as our friendly blue planet transforms into a prison full of threats and government agents. Elliott and his team of rescuers will need to act quickly to discover a method to reconnect E.T. with his extraterrestrial family. Elliott will lose an unexpected but beloved friend as a result of this, though.
4. The Godfather (1972)
Director- Francis Ford Coppola
The leader of the Corleone mafia family in New York is known as “Don” Vito Corleone. He is present at the wedding of his daughter. The wedding also includes Michael, Vito’s youngest son and a decorated World War II Marine. Michael doesn’t seem to want to work for the family company. Powerful and generous to everyone who shows him respect, Vito is brutal toward those who do not. Vito, however, refuses to sell drugs when a strong. Also, the cunning opponent wants to do so and needs the Don’s support. What happens next is a collision between Vito’s waning traditional values and the modern ways. It could lead Michael to go against his better judgement and start a mob war with all the other mafia families, which could split the Corleone family.
5. Casablanca (1942)
Director- Michael Curtiz
Rick Blaine is an exiled American and former freedom fighter. He is the proprietor of the most well-liked bar in Casablanca during World War II. Two priceless letters of transit end up in the hands of the cynical lone wolf Blaine. Captain Renault, a sycophantic police officer in Casablanca, does everything in his power to appease Nazi Major Strasser. Also, including imprisoning Victor Laszlo, a leader of the Czechoslovak underground. Rick is shocked when Lazslo and Ilsa, Rick’s ex-girlfriend, show up. Rick is quite angry with Ilsa for leaving him in Paris. But after learning that she had a solid cause, he decides that they should make another getaway using the letters of passage. That was, after all, their original plan.
6. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Director- Stanley Kubrick
“2001” tells the tale of evolution. By erecting a monolith on Earth, and perhaps elsewhere in the universe as well, someone or something pushed evolution at some point in the distant past. Then, because to evolution, people were able to go to the moon’s surface, where they discovered yet another monolith that served as a reminder to the people who placed the monoliths that humanity had come a long way. Now that mankind has access to AI like HAL, it must have the courage to confront the monolith placers. If we succeed, evolution will advance to whichever point it is next.
7. Schindler’s List (1993)
Director- Steven Spielberg
Oskar Schindler, a businessman, travels to Krakow in 1939 with plans to capitalise on the newly declared World War II. He largely joined the Nazi party out of political necessity, and he hires Jewish labour for his factory out of similarly practical considerations. Schindler sets up worker protection after the SS starts killing Jews in the Krakow ghetto in order to keep his factory open. But he soon discovers that by doing so, he is also saving innocent lives.
8. Taxi Driver (1976)
Director- Martin Scorsese
Travis Bickle, a sad former U.S. Marine and chronic insomniac lone wolf, prowls the nighttime streets of the city’s seedy underbelly in his yellow taxi in the shadow of the busy Big Apple. Travis descends deeper and deeper into his world of obsession and vituperative revulsion as an endless string of bitter rejections from unattainable objects of desire; condemned young souls, and even his colleagues, can only result in a flaming manifesto of violence. Travis is a nobody among nobodies against the backdrop of an increasingly distorted perceived reality. The hungry and deadly weapons Travis has at his disposal will now serve as the harsh messengers of his truth as he prepares to clean up this dirty metropolis.
9. Titanic (1997)
Director- James Cameron
When the Titanic sank on April 10, 1912, young Rose boarded the ship with the upper-class passengers, her mother, Ruth DeWitt Bukater, and her fiancé, Caledon Hockley. 84 years later, Rose DeWitt Bukater, now 100 years old, tells her granddaughter Lizzy Calvert, Brock Lovett, Lewis Bodine, Bobby Buell, and Anatoly Mikailavich the story about her life. Meanwhile, third-class tickets on the ship are won by Jack Dawson, a vagrant and artist, and his best friend Fabrizio De Rossi in a game. And she recounts the entire account, beginning with the Titanic’s departure and ending with its demise at 2:20 in the morning on April 15, 1912, on its first and final journey.
10. Jaws (1975)
Director- Steven Spielberg
The small beach tourist town of Amity becomes the exclusive feeding area for a great white shark. The local police chief is quite irritated by this because he wants to close the beaches in order to scare the shark away. The chief, a scientist, and an elderly fisherman with vengeance on his mind go to sea to kill the beast after the town’s mayor, who has been thwarting him in his attempts, finally gives in when nothing else seems to work.