I know it's kind of "blasphemous" to want to reboot classics, since they are usually almost perfect the way they are to be deemed classics in the first place, but I personally am still curious to see how older movies would be translated in today's era anyway. Of course, the term "classic" is still fairly subjective, but obviously, there are movies that are considered to be so by the majority, so I'd say those are safe bets to consider classics. That said, of these films that most would consider a classic, I'm wondering which ones you guys would like to see or even which ones you would prefer Hollywood stay away from so as not to risk ruining the memory. As of now, the classics that were rebooted that have been most memorable to me are Robocop, Total Recall, and Planet of the Apes, and I really liked Rise of the Planet of the Apes, which gives me much more confidence in modern reboots even though some still turn out to be complete duds. Personally, I'd love to see 12 Angry Men done in a modern version. First off, it's a black and white movie, so it at least wouldn't feel like it's too modern to reboot like in the case of Robocop or Total Recall. For those who haven't seen it, it's basically a courtroom drama that focuses on the jury - particularly, their deliberation as to whether or not the man being accused should be considered guilty. I find it to be very smart and it was a good study on how logic and rationality works in all of us as human beings. I'd highly recommend it to anyone who hasn't watched it, and again, I'd love to see what a good modern director could do with it. How about you guys, which classic movies would you reboot, and which ones would you like Hollywood to stay away from?