Psycho original and remake

It may have been fun for Van Sant, but it was a chore for the rest of us. The change is significant for several reasons and the effects it has are rooted in the ways that an audience might perceive the characters. Norman went over the edge with jealousy and murdered both of them. Duane Duke Jeff Faheya sleazy musician in his 20s desperate for money, is offered the job of assistant manager at the Bates Motel.

He finds the cellar neat and orderly. Arbogast traces Marion to the motel and questions Norman, who lies unconvincingly that Marion stayed for one night and left the following morning.

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Original vs Remake: Psycho

Norman gets mysterious notes from "Mother" at the house and diner. Realizing Lila is not around, Norman knocks Sam unconscious with a golf club and rushes to the house. Marion returns to the road but, rather than drive in a heavy storm, decides to spend the night at the Bates Motel.

Because the creative margin is so small, the smallest changes of details become important statements.

Re-make/Re-model: Psycho (1960) vs. Psycho (1998)

A highway patrol trooper awakens her and, suspicious of her agitated state, begins to follow her. Tracy comes to find Norman and ask questions about his past and "Mother". This week's Original Vs. He tells Duane he doesn't have that kind of money, but Duane reminds him that Norman has made a lot of cash from his business, and if Norman doesn't give money for his silence, he will go to the police.

Mary listens in and discovers that nobody is on the line with Norman. Norman imagined his mother would be as jealous of a woman to whom he might be attracted just as he was of his mother's lover, and so Mother kills any woman for whom Norman has feelings.

Maureen convinces herself that Norman is her true love. Red heads down to the payphone to call a cab, where she realizes she is wearing her blouse backwards.

Norman is about to admit that something suspicious is going on, but Mary claims that she has cleaned up the basement herself. Realizing Lila is not around, Norman knocks Sam unconscious with a golf club and rushes to the house.

Van Sant's comments from the commentary track attribute many of the updates to the need to make the film more accessible to a new audience.Not only is it argued that this Psycho is just a pointless remake of a brilliant classic; it is fact.

There's no real reason for a shot by shot remake of 38%.

Psycho [1998]

Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Psycho [] - Original Soundtrack on AllMusic - - For his disastrous shot. Jul 11,  · The Gus Van Sant PSYCHO remake, which I saw in the theaters, struck me as being the kind of idea someone would get while stoned out of their minds at 3 AM.

In that context, the idea (remaking a movie shot for shot, scene for scene, word for word) might seem profound. Sep 08,  · Watch video · Undoubtedly, Psycho is the greatest horror film ever made, bar-none.

The story is incredible. The acting is near perfection.

Comparing The 1998 Psycho Remake with Hitchcock's 1960 Original

The cinematography is godly. The soundtrack is perfect. It's hard to find anything wrong with Psycho. Perhaps the only imperfection I can find with Psycho is the inability to stand /10(K). Dec 06,  · The most dramatic difference between Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho" () and Gus Van Sant's "shot-by-shot" remake is the addition of a masturbation scene.

Original vs Remake: Psycho

That's appropriate, because this new "Psycho" evokes the real thing in an attempt to re-create remembered passion/5. Dec 04,  · Watch video · Although this remake was critically panned, 19 years after the original shock of seeing one of the great Hitchcock classics massacred by one of the greatest living directors, I sat to watch it again.

if Vince Vaughn was more of a serious actor who understood the responsibility of his endeavor Van Sant's Psycho would have been a triumph/10(K).

Psycho original and remake
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