This week Invasion of the Remake share their memories of growing up with Richard Donner movies and what they meant to them. Donner's films defined a generation and helped shape who that generation would become. He entertained us by making us believe a man could fly, that buried treasure could be found, that Satan might be a small boy, that an odd pairing of police detectives could become family, and so much more. Join Invasion of the Remake as we celebrate the life and career of Richard Donner.
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