Imagination Connoisseur, Jason Webster, asks why studios remake successful movies instead of remaking films that had great promise, but could have been made better. Jason proposes ten possible remakes - add your suggestion to the post in the comments section, below.
Imagination Connoisseur, William La Rochelle, provides a slightly different take on how we can view motion picture directors who might be a bit eccentric and the work they produce - which we may not like at first and grow to appreciate with additional viewings.
Imagination Connoisseur, Kenny Kraly, Jr., has more than one re-mastered DVD release with a sound mix that is underwhelming (to say the least). Why aren't re-mastered movies put out with high quality sound remixes that reflect the improved image on-screen?
Imagination Connoisseur, Pedro Ferreira, asks about the role of subjectivity in reviews of creatively-told stories like movies, TV programs and video games. If he feels a generally-beloved film is bad, or a generally-maligned program is actually pretty good - does that invalidate his critique?