There are a few tired old flicks that could use a good dose of youthful vigor. Very youthful.
Look, movies like "Die Hard," "Being John Malkovich," "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" and "12 Angry Men" are great and all, but they're not getting any younger. In fact, a lot of classic movies are really starting to show their age. So how can a film of yesteryear stay relevant in today's youth-obsessed, ever-reinventing entertainment industry?
Well, the answer's pretty obvious, don't you think?
Ultimately, just think about how much money these productions would save on catering. Baby food's a lot less expensive than a three-course spread (with an alternate option for the vegetarians), after all.