After seeing what filmmakers did with 2018's "The Meg", which was one of the year's top films, an updated "Jaws" with a CGI killer shark would make the film more intense then it already is.
'Stand By Me'
A remake of Stephen King's beloved tale could kickstart the careers of its actors, like the original did for the late River Phoenix.
'The Princess Bride'
While the original 1987 "Princess Bride" is practically perfect, a modern remake would introduce the beloved story to a new audience.
And we think fans of the original would love to return to the fictional kingdom of Florin for a new take.
'Bedknobs And Broomsticks'
A modern CGI remake of this fantasy Disney film from 1971 - complete with its many plot holes filled in - would perhaps garner more critical acclaim than its predecessor.
'My Sister's Keeper'
2009's "My Sister's Keeper" caused quite a stir with its amended ending.
A remake that stays true to the Jodi Picoult book upon which it is based might be the olive branch between Hollywood and Picoult's ardent fans.
'To Kill A Mockingbird'
With "To Kill A Mockingbird"'s important message, a revamp would prove relevant in today's climate.
Kids in school are still reading Harper Lee's important words and with an updated film, the message would reach more kids.
'The Breakfast Club'
A modernized version of John Hughes' 1985 film "The Breakfast Club" would have an impact on today's generation of high school kids.
To touch on important inequalities such as racism, sexism, and LGBTQ rights would be ideal in 2019.
Like "To Kill A Mockingbird", this book is still being read in the classroom.
We can already see Timothee Chalamet and Lucas Hedges play the iconic roles in this ensemble cast.
'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang'
With "Mary Poppins" coming back to life, why not bring another Dick Van Dyke classic back. 1968's "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" is a favourite among many.
Ideally, Tim Burton would take the reins on this remake and bring the film's eerie undertones to the max.