Some tricks can get better with time and technology, and there are some that cannot be repeated - the magic cannot be recreated. It's the same with good movies. There is something so fulfilling and majestic about these classics that their legacy must remain unsullied for generations to come.
Orson Welles at the pinnacle of his career in film-making gave us Citizen Kane, a powerful dramatic tale of Kane who beautifully and extraordinarily shows a man use and abuse his power and wealth while dealing with success, arrogance and a never ending search for innocence. Even the thought of rebooting this film will be a sin
Martin Scorsese's 1976 Taxi driver works every time you watch it. It never fails to draw us deep into Travis' world of anger, helplessness, alienation and bomb-ticking loneliness. Well if anyone is planning a remake, all the best with replacing anyone who could deliver "Are you talking to me? Well, I'm the only one here" better than De Niro