Hey, everyone, Cloverfield Monster here back again to talk about more things. The Ghostbusters remake is now in theaters, and is already proving to be one of THE most divisive movies in Internet history. Many fans of the original are upset that anyone would even DARE touch a beloved classic as the original Ghostbusters with Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Who knew a property as harmless and innocent as Ghostbusters could turn the Internet into a war zone, with one group of people defending this movie with their life, and the other ripping it to shreds and rooting for it to be a disaster, and making people debate whether or not remakes in general have ANY cinematic value. But, contrary to popular belief, NOT ALL remakes are bad. But, there are also some that REALLY are. So, now that the Ghostbusters remake is out, here's my list of the best and worst remakes.

Keep in mind, this list if COMPLETELY 100% MY OPINION!!! If you disagree, that's OK. With that, let's go.
Ghostbusters Official Trailer 2 (2016) - Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy Movie HD02:13

Ghostbusters Official Trailer 2 (2016) - Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy Movie HD

After a swirling vortex of hate and anger from fans, the Ghostbusters reboot arrives. Let's look at the best and worst remakes in honor of it.

Best Remakes

The Jungle Book (2016)

OMG! This movie was simply fantastic. Seriously, I loved it. Now, previously, I have had no interest in any of the live-action Disney remakes mainly because I never really had much interest in Disney Princess stuff, and Cinderella was coming out as well as Beauty and the Beast next year. But, I was interested in The Jungle Book, mainly due to my love for animals. And this turned out to be really good, as well as boasting some really great CGI. While there are some things from the 1960's animated original I wish were put in this, that did not detract  from my enjoyment of this film. If you haven't seen Jungle Book yet, I highly recommend you do.
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The Jungle Book Official Big Game Trailer-1

King Kong (2005)

Now, those who know me know very darn well I LOVE Kaiju films. I love Godzilla movies, King Kong, Pacific Rim, Gamera, you name it. As long as it's good. And King Kong will actually be getting yet ANOTHER reboot next year as part of a shared cinematic universe with Godzilla 2014. But, how was the Peter Jackson adaptation? I must say that, in my opinion, it is one of the best remakes ever. Perhaps not THE greatest, but it is at least in the Top 10. Peter Jackson had a deep love for the original 1933 King Kong, and that is made loud and clear as you watch the film, boasting sweeping battle scenes between Kong and The V-Rexes, and faithfully recreating the iconic Empire State Building climb, and portraying Kong as a tragic, sympathetic beast. I had a lot of fun and was never bored of the movie, despite its three-hour running time. I highly recommend King Kong 2005.

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King Kong v s T Rex (HD)

Little Shop of Horrors (1986) 

Believe it or not, for those who don't know, Little Shop of Horrors from 1986 I believe it was, was actually a remake too. It was a remake of a 1960's movie by B-Movie king Roger Corman. Though both the 60's original and the remake bare some differences, the obvious being that the 86 version was a musical while the 60's was not. I personally enjoy the 80's Little Shop of Horrors. The plant, Audrey II, was actually really funny despite being a creature that eats humans to fufill its goal of taking over the world. It actually succeeded in the original ending that featured an army of Audrey IIs destroying New York City, which was universally hated by test audiences and was scrapped in favor of a happier ending. However, the original ending was fully restored and you can watch it on Youtube. So, yes, Little Shop of Horrors. I liked it personally, and if you like musicals and monsters, you might enjoy this one.
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Little Shop Of Horrors - Mean Green Mother From Outer Space

Now, you know the remakes I like, here are some I HATE!

Worst Remakes

Fantastic Four (2015)

What the heck went wrong with this? It was a chance to reignite interest in the Fantastic Four, bring in new fans to the series, and maybe spawn massive amounts of merchandising for them and TV spin-offs, but it instead ended up being a total disaster. Critics hate it, audiences, the few that saw it, despised it, and it bombed financially. How? Why? No one really knows. There have been clues from Internet sources involving the director behaving weirdly on set and having disputes with Fox. It's a real shame. There were also 3 massive action sequences that were supposed to be in the movie, that could've at least made it fun, particulary one with the Thing destroying a military base, but they were cut entirely for unknown reasons. But, whatever the reason, with Sony teaming up with Marvel Studios to make Spider-Man movies, let's hope Marvel gets the rights back to Fantastic Four so that we can have a great adaptation of Marvel's first family once and for all.
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Fantastic Four Official Teaser Trailer HD 20th Century FOX

 Godzilla (1998) 

Oh boy! This one was a major disaster for various reasons. Roland Emmerich may be great at making aliens drop cities on other cities, creating movies about catastrophic events that were SUPPOSED to happen but didn't and making a movie about the effects of global warming, but Godzilla 1998 was easily, in my opinion, his worst movie to DATE! It ripped off a bunch of other movies, feature bad acting, cringeworthy stereotypes about New Yorkers, and worst of all, it was made clear that Emmerich had absolutely NO respect for the Godzilla franchise whatsoever. A creature that is supposed to be an unstoppable force of destruction is turned into a skinny coward who hides underground, lays eggs, and gets killed easily by mere fighter jets. That would never happen to the original Big G. Even a nuclear bomb can't kill Godzilla, let alone fighter jets. But, it's not a total loss. At least we had a good animated series that continued the story, and we had the awesome 2014 Godzilla reboot as well as the Japanese making their own reboot set to be released in Japan THIS month.
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Godzilla (1998) teaser A - 'Museum'

 And that's my list of best and worst remakes in honor of Ghostbusters. What is your favorite and LEAST favorite remake? Why do you feel this way? Do you agree with this list? If not, what would YOU put in instead.