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This is a poor remake of an already unexceptional movie.
A remake could make sense if there were significant cultural barriers or if the original was based on such old technologies that people wouldn't watch it anymore (like Metropolis - black and white, silent, old timey effects, etc, but still a story that can be made interesting to the public again if presented in a more modern format).
But they didn't remake 1927's Metropolis, they remade an average 2006 movie (itself already a sequel to a very similar and very average movie) which last aired on Portuguese TV's not that long ago. Not only did they not do a good job, but they resorted to what seems to be the reason behind the choice: getting a couple high profile Portuguese actresses to be semi-naked, which invariably attracts Portuguese viewers. It is a cheap shot in too many ways.
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